Area story will be on arrangement during open house
September 17, 2014 - storage organizer
Do we know who James C. Reynolds was?
Or when a initial schoolhouse was built in Reynoldsburg?
Or when Alexander Livingston introduced his “Paragon” tomato, that became a world’s initial fast accumulation of tomato?
The Reynoldsburg Truro Historical Society is prepared and peaceful to yield those answers and hopes residents will attend a giveaway open residence from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20, during a Reynoldsburg Truro Historical Society Museum, 1485 Jackson St., opposite from Hannah Ashton Middle School.
Organizer and multitude member Mark Myers pronounced visitors might travel by a museum, where they will be means to see countless artifacts from colonize life and learn some-more about their city and a history.
Admission is giveaway and giveaway refreshments will be served.
Myers pronounced a eventuality offers tours of 3 buildings on a skill — a museum, a storage arrangement stable and a storage arrangement garage.
“People can go on tours, revisit a present emporium and travel around a grounds,” he said. “We will also have some activities for children, such as handling a selected telegram appurtenance or a primer typewriter, along with puzzles and other children’s games.”
The giveaway refreshments will embody cookies, coffee, soda, chips and cheese plates.
“Our museum has displays on famous people from Reynoldsburg and famous events that happened in Reynoldsburg,” Myers said. “It is unequivocally a best place to get a feel for a story of Reynoldsburg.
“We have a vast collection of cinema and artifacts — we even have Indian artifacts and many things that are historically profitable that we save and protect,” he said.
The multitude will also unite a giveaway module during 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 30, during a museum. Myers pronounced Rhonda Frum will pronounce about a lady who acted as a male to quarrel in a Civil War.
Frum presented her program, “Echoes in Time Theatre: Sarah Edwards Edmonds: Our Woman, Civil War Nurse and Spy” in Jan during a Ohio History Center in Columbus. She portrays Edmonds in a one-woman performance.