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Westerville Walking Tour with Columbus Brew Adventures

  Westerville Walking Tour with Columbus Brew Adventures

Craft Beer and Spirits are booming in Central Ohio today however our community suffered a long dry spell even before prohibition. Westerville in particular started on the path of temperance early and finished very late (2006). Today, Westerville’s dry spell has ended with the recent addition of new craft beverage destinations. On this tour we […]

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Columbus After WWI: Local Historians Consider WWI’s Impact at the Centennial

  Columbus After WWI: Local Historians Consider WWI’s Impact at the Centennial

Panel Moderator: Dr. Megan Threlkeld, Denison University Panelists: Nancy Recchie, Jeff Darbee, Barbara Powers, and Dennis Keesee This event features four prominent local historians, who will discuss the impact of WWI on the built landscape of Columbus. The event is free, but registration is required. THIS PROGRAM IS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY OHIO HUMANITIES, […]

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WWI Exhibit Grand Opening

 

MARK YOUR CALENDAR! Columbus Historical Society is thrilled to announce the Grand Opening & Reception for EIGHT new World War I Exhibits. We have been working hard on these exhibits and they shed light on the war in ways you have not seen before! Come explore the postwar world of Columbus, Ohio, and learn about […]

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Travel: Geneva on the Lake – A Vacation Destination for over 100 Years

Randi Walle Randi Walle Travel: Geneva on the Lake – A Vacation Destination for over 100 Years

Located in Ashtabula County on Lake Erie, Geneva on the Lake has been a vacation destination for over a century. In 1795, the Connecticut Land Company purchased the territory along the lake from the state of Connecticut, and soon a group of surveyors set out to explore the land. After months surveying and mapping the […]

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The Ancient American Indian Mounds of Central Ohio

Kylie Harwell-Sturgill Kylie Harwell-Sturgill The Ancient American Indian Mounds of Central Ohio

Brad Lepper, curator of archeology at the Ohio History Connection, will speak on the topic of central Ohio earthworks at the Shrum mound in Campbell Memorial Park, 3200 McKinley Avenue. Lepper, who writes a monthly archeology column in the Columbus Dispatch, will talk about the Shrum mound, which is named for the family who occupied […]

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Join us for the Beer & Pretzel Pairing Party on November 3rd featuring Combustion Brewing & Happy Little Treats!

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