By request, Darlene West will return to tell us about some of the many known and lesser known women who called Ohio their home. Annie Oakley needs no introduction, but have you heard the name Cassie Chadwick? or Victoria Woodhull? or Mary Ellen Woodruff? Dr. Janet Ebert? Darlene has done extensive research on many topics and she will entertain you with her stories. Darlene is a member of the Ohio Society Daughters of the American Revolution in Harrison, Ohio and a trustee for the Christian Waldschmidt Homestead and Civil War Museum in Camp Dennison. Come and enjoy a delightful lunch and interesting talk in the History House about Ohio Women. Reservations are required for this event. Cost is $10.00 for members, $15.00 for non-members. Please send name(s) and check to GLHSM by October 20th.
The museum will be all decorated and ready for the annual Christmas in Loveland. Come enjoy our train operated by Dick Shaver, hear Christmas music, find some last-minute gifts in our gift shop, enjoy some punch and cookies, and get some pictures of our Victorian Christmas display, including the refurbished sled on the front porch. We hope to have the train outside for children to ride and our parking lot will be available for your first stop before going across the bridge to other activities.