[ad_1] The interior of the original Fillmore Historical Museum. Courtesy of Fillmore Historical Museum Join us Thursday, November 17, 2022 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. via Zoom for A Hidden Gem: The Fillmore Historical Museum, sponsored by the Historical Society of Southern California. The Historical Society of Southern California highlights the FillmoreRead More →

[ad_1] November 3—The Barton County Historical Society Village and Museum features several World War I and World War II artifacts, including Great Bend Army uniforms and airfield information. Researcher Linda McCaffery has added to the exhibit and people continue to donate military items, said Richard Lartz, the museum’s executive director.Read More →

[ad_1] November 3—The Barton County Historical Society Village and Museum features several World War I and World War II artifacts, including Great Bend Army Airfield uniforms and information. Researcher Linda McCaffery has added to the exhibit and people continue to donate military items, said Richard Lartz, the museum’s executive director.Read More →

[ad_1] Three North Fork projects have received Suffolk County Town Center Revitalization grants, according to County Executive Steve Bellone, who said a total of $500,000 would be split among 15 organizations. The county had received 24 applications for funding. “As we move forward with our economic development agenda, we willRead More →

[ad_1] Three North Fork projects have received Suffolk County Town Center Revitalization grants, according to County Executive Steve Bellone, who said a total of $500,000 would be split among 15 organizations. The county had received 24 applications for funding. “As we move forward with our economic development agenda, we willRead More →

[ad_1] (Left to right): Jennifer LaMaina, Aliyah Holzhauser, Karyn Cooper and Ashley Barton at the Northville Turnpike location in Riverhead. (Credit: Melissa Azofefifa) The daily update is a briefing on what’s happening across the North Fork. Get the daily update straight to your inbox every weekday morning by signing upRead More →

[ad_1] A new historic museum across from a beloved beach has opened on Maine’s mid-coast. The Lincolnville Historical Society has spent the past two years renovating an old schoolhouse, transforming it into a space for the city’s archives and a multi-purpose, intergenerational learning center, a first for the small townRead More →

[ad_1] A new historic museum across from a beloved beach has opened on Maine’s mid-coast. The Lincolnville Historical Society has spent the past two years renovating an old schoolhouse, transforming it into a space for the city’s archives and a multi-purpose, intergenerational learning center, a first for the small townRead More →

[ad_1] RIYADH: A new digital platform aimed at bringing together Saudi communities through leisure clubs has been launched in the Kingdom. The Hawi initiative, part of the Saudi Quality of Life program, was unveiled at a ceremony in Riyadh’s King Abdullah financial district on Wednesday. Via the platform, a nationwideRead More →

[ad_1] SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — The city of Santa Barbara has taken a historic step to recognize the rich history of its black community. The city’s Historic Landmarks Commission finalized its African American and Black Historical Context Statement this month, highlighting contributions and buildings of historical significance to the localRead More →

[ad_1] SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — The city of Santa Barbara has taken a historic step to recognize the rich history of its black community. The city’s Historic Landmarks Commission finalized its African American and Black Historical Context Statement this month, highlighting contributions and buildings of historical significance to the localRead More →

[ad_1] Published: 08/12/2022 18:35:17 Modified: 08/12/2022 18:32:03 HATFIELD – With time running out to secure storage space for much of the historic Hatfield Museum collection, including furniture from Smith College founder Sophia Smith, city officials are moving forward with a plan to consolidate items into a mixed-use building on ElmRead More →

[ad_1] Published: 08/12/2022 18:35:17 Modified: 08/12/2022 18:32:03 HATFIELD – With time running out to secure storage space for much of the historic Hatfield Museum collection, including furniture from Smith College founder Sophia Smith, city officials are moving forward with a plan to consolidate items into a mixed-use building on ElmRead More →

[ad_1] The Marshall Lions Club hosted Harrison County Historical Museum Executive Director Becky Palmer. In his current role, Palmer oversees the efficient operation of the Harrison County Historical Museum inside the 1901 courthouse; the Service & Sacrifice: Harrison County at War exhibit inside the Memorial City Hall Performance Center; andRead More →

[ad_1] JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – A local Jacksonville historic church gives it back to students by distributing more than $100,000 in scholarships. Bethel Church has been part of the Jacksonville community since 1838 and has helped over 10,000 people over the years. The church distributed checks to more than 100 studentsRead More →

[ad_1] BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) – The “Oregon’s Landmark Legislation” exhibit is open through Sept. 6 at the Deschutes Historical Museum, 129 NW Idaho Avenue in downtown Bend. Oregon has repeatedly led the nation in creating, revising, and implementing laws that shape the quality of life for its citizens. Although Oregon’sRead More →

[ad_1] Posted on August 2, 2022 | 3:18 p.m. A Fiesta shawl and posters are displayed during Project Fiesta! (Julia McHugh) With the return of Santa Barbara Old Spanish Days Fiesta in 2022, Project Fiesta!, the Santa Barbara Historical Museum‘s annual exhibit that celebrates the traditions of the citywide celebration.Read More →

[ad_1] Posted on August 2, 2022 | 3:18 p.m. A Fiesta shawl and posters are displayed during Project Fiesta! (Julia McHugh) With the return of Santa Barbara Old Spanish Days Fiesta in 2022, Project Fiesta!, the Santa Barbara Historical Museum‘s annual exhibit that celebrates the traditions of the citywide celebration.Read More →

[ad_1] A 1947 photo of the Cutchogue labor camp (Courtesy of the Southold Historical Society) The Southold Historical Museum is applying for a grant to air-condition the barn at the Maple Lane complex, where they have planned an exhibition on the ‘untold stories’ of 20th century immigrant farm workers inRead More →