Katie Buesch, executive director and curator of the Clarke Historical Museum, recently brought an early redwood curator to life through a new California State Parks hologram project. For the project, first-person interpreters — people claiming to be historical figures — tell a brief story of who they are and theRead More →

PHOTO PROVIDED Ginny Darby, Pete Darby and Sherry Halleran, Volunteer Update presenters. The Sanibel Historical Museum and Village recently added a Volunteer Update Conference, “Algiers”, to its website. Starring village board members Sherry Halleran and Ginny Darby, joined by member Pete Darby, it tells the story of what has beenRead More →

As things heat up in the High Plains and the vaccination rollout continues, many organizations are launching community outreach with educational programs, entertainment and fundraising rallies. Today we had the general manager Steve quakenbush from Finney County Historical Museum to share information about their upcoming events, conferences, exhibitions and presentations.Read More →

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) – Members of the Metro Council Planning and Zoning Committee examine the historic designation of the Odd Fellows Building in downtown Louisville. The building, located at the corner of Third Street and Muhammad Ali Boulevard, was constructed in the late 1800s and recently received a Historic LandmarkRead More →