The Reflector The Clark County Historical Museum will continue its “(Her) Story: Rebel Women of Clark County” series on Thursday, March 3. During the presentation, April Buzby will tell the stories of “two extraordinary women,” Elizabeth Jane Herrington Irwin and Mary Ellen Bates, who served in World War I andRead More →

Aspects and relics of the Greek War of Independence bring the most historic moments of modern Greece “to life” before the eyes of its visitors. The National Historical Museum, indissolubly linked to the modern course of the country, was organized by the Historical and Ethnological Society of Greece on MarchRead More →

Join Linda Ostrand and Orange County Historical Museum for a cooking demonstration on Thursday, February 24, from 7-8 p.m. EST. A trained historical interpreter, chef Linda Ostrand will demonstrate 17th-century open-hearth cooking with recipes that use ingredients available during the winter months. This program will take place virtually. Ostrand wasRead More →

By The Staff of The Chronicle A volunteer position to represent County Commissioners on the Lewis County Historical Museum Board is open to applicants. The Lewis County Historical Museum offers collections, exhibits, preservation efforts, public programs, and volunteer opportunities to highlight an appreciation for the area’s past. “The Historical MuseumRead More →

The 1971 “Black Thursday” protest aimed at improving conditions for black people at the University of Florida will be part of the focus of a new exhibit at the Matheson Historical Museum. Titled “We’re Fated of Asking: Black Thursday and Civil Rights at the University of Florida” was researched andRead More →