2014 Founders' Day Banquet
A Very Special Event
Thursday, Sept 18, 2014
Pickerington Senior Center
$25.00 per person (includes full-course dinner)
Program: Steve Ball, Civil War Musician and Historian, will perform Civil War era music on vintage instruments from the period as he explains the origin of the music and what was happening in the war.
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Reservations required by Sept. 12, 2014.
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For more information, call 614-382-5989 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Newest Publication
We are pleased to announce the publication of the newest book to be offered by the Historical Society.
Get your copy today. $20.00 plus tax
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E.D. Kraner opened a mercantile store in 1872 at the corner of Columbus Street and Lockville Road in Pickerington. It offered a little bit of everything, including groceries, dry goods, and even Pickerington's official post office. Seen in this early 1900's photo are, from right: Orlie fisher, Charles H. Kraner MD, E.D. Kraner, Jess Stemen and Olde Sport the family dog.
2014 Fairfield Federal
Family Scavenger Hunt Program
Our first hunt of the year begins Saturday, April 5, 2014.
Child and adult versions available.
Receive a small gift for playing AND register to win a prize in our drawing in December.
One lucky child will win a $50.00 savings account from Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan.
One lucky adult will win a woven throw from our gift shop.
New hunts begin:
Play all three hunts and enter three times to win the drawing.
All clues are within the museum. No charge to play.
FREE FAMILY FUN!
2013 Scavenger Hunt Winners
Winner Lauren Giamei (right) and sister Kylie. Lauren won a woven, cotton throw from our museum gift shop.
Winner Abby Marquardt (not pictured) won a $25.00 savings account from Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan.
November Coloring Contest
4 years old and under
5-7 years old
8-10 years old
April 3, 2014 Member Meeting
Stephanie VanHorn (left) and Mary Rogers (right) presented an engaging program about their mother Sallie Durrett Farmer, a WWII nurse held as a POW in the Philippines.
Rogers and VanHorn speak to Society
member Dorothy Peterson (right).
Dorothy was a nurse during WWII.
Society members Joyce Avers
and Maggie Arendt.
Gary Taylor (kneeling) assists museum
EVENTS from other Societies:
Sherman House Museum
Open Now for the 2014 Season
105 E. Wheeling Avenue
Lancaster, OH 43130
Bremen Area Historical Society
Museum Now Open for the 2014 Season through December
Saturdays and Sundays 2:00-6:00 PM
161 Carter St
Bremen, OH 43107
Click HERE for more info
Ohio Glass Museum Opening Night Gala of
bed, bath & boudoir...
September 20, 2014
124 W. Main St, Lancaster, OH 43130
RSVP by Sept 8th
$10 donation appreciated
Click HERE for more info
Sherman Civil War Roundtable
October 15, 2014
At the Sherman House Museum
137 E Main St, Lancaster, OH 43130
Speaker- Bill Brubach
Program- "The Battle of Glendale-The Day I Almost Died"
740-687-5891 or 740-654-9923