After 30 years, longtime Southold resident Peggy Murphy is retiring from her position as chair of the Southold Historical Museum Youth Education Committee. (Credit: Brianne Ledda) After more than 30 years, longtime Southold resident Peggy Murphy is retiring from the youth education program at the Southold Historical Museum. Ms. MurphyRead More →

As of October 1, the Powell River Historical Museum and Archives has implemented a moratorium on new acquisitions of artifacts for a period of one year. This temporary suspension of artifact collecting is necessary for museum staff to begin an inventory of their current artifact collection, process previously uncatalogued collections,Read More →

Catherine Wessling: Louisville Historical Museum: a necessity, not a pleasure I was disappointed to hear members of Louisville City Council and Mayor Stolzmann discourage investing in improvements to a City of Louisville facility, our Louisville Historical Museum, at a recent council meeting. The hardworking Museum staff have dramatically improved theRead More →

NOLENSVILLE, Tennessee (WKRN) – The Nolensville Police Department is investigating the vandalism of the Nolensville Historical Museum on Monday evening. For decades, the museum preserved small pieces of history, but it only took a few minutes for some hard work to be destroyed. “What a mess, what a mess toRead More →

The works of a Longview native will be highlighted during this weekend’s 21st Annual Longview Monuments Tour, which benefits the Gregg County Historical Museum. BW Crain Jr., born in 1914, traveled a path from Longview at the University of Texas at Austin to Harvard University, where he earned degrees inRead More →

September 8, 2021 The Franklin Historical Museum is honored to welcome Franklin native Paul Faenza as the presenter of our second Sunday Lecture Series, Sunday, September 12 at 1:15 p.m. Anyone old enough to remember can recall their whereabouts when they heard about the events of September 11, 2001. RetiredRead More →

The church was built in 1910 by Emanuel Jensen, a carpenter from View, Washington The North Clark Historical Museum will be the site of a 110 + 1 anniversary celebration of the United Brethren Church building on September 25, 2021 with an open house from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.Read More →

A new show examining how some of the Nazi’s favorite visual artists were able to successfully continue their work in post-war Germany is set to open in Berlin this week. “Gifted God. The Favorite Artists of National Socialism in the Federal Republic ”opens Friday at the German Historical Museum. ItRead More →

Over the past 35 years, the city of Louisville has gone through many changes. New businesses, restaurants and developments have been created over time. But inside the Louisville Historical Museum, time seems to have stood still. Upon entering the main building, the visitor is immediately transported to the origins ofRead More →

The latest exhibition at the Marco Island Historical Museum (MIHM), Creation of the house: illustration by Jessica Osceola, reflects the experience of the artist who grew up in the Seminole Indian village of his great-grandmother in Collier County. The exhibition is open now October 9, 2021. Self-portrait of Jessica Osceola.Read More →

Detroit – The stars of Aretha Franklin’s new biopic “Respect” joined family members to honor the life of the music icon at the Detroit Historical Museum on Sunday. The Detroit Historical Museum unveiled Franklin’s handprints in Legends Plaza, making her the 31st person included. Franklin’s handprints, which were created duringRead More →

The Elk City Wagon Road Celebration is an annual event taking place this year July 17-18 in Clearwater. This is the year of the 30th anniversary of Wagon Road Days. Activities include a parade, quilts and vendors show, lunch, raffles, historical presentation, old-fashioned gospel hour, and a variety musical showRead More →

[Sun Gazette Newspapers provides content to, but otherwise is unaffiliated with, InsideNoVa or Rappahannock Media LLC.] After reopening its museum to the public on the country’s 245th birthday, leaders of the Arlington Historical Society are now planning to complete a complete renovation and reinvent the facility in time for the country’sRead More →

All of these guys have the ability – with the right amount of marketing and promotions – to turn a small town museum like Wagoner’s museum into a national treasure. Furnas, who works for Halsey, said the museum’s flair, coupled with its exclusive exhibits of musical and historical content, isRead More →

The National History Museum proudly inaugurates an exhibition on the Greek Revolution. Photo courtesy of the National History Museum. An exhibition from the National History Museum, titled “Revolution ’21 Reframed,” celebrating 200 years since the start of the Greek Revolution, will visit 12 cities across Greece this year. The travelingRead More →

By Mackenzie Dahlberg The Heritage Festival on June 12 and 13 offers many activities that everyone can enjoy and even learn about at the Lincoln County Historical Museum. “We’re trying to bring more practical and interpretive stuff this year,” said Jim Griffin, director and curator of the museum at 2403Read More →

(CBS DETROIT) – The “2000/2020: Celebrating 20 Years of the Electronic Music Festival in Detroit! The exhibit at the Detroit Historical Museum is coming to an end and they will be hosting a closing celebration. Detroit Historical Museum 2000/2020: Celebration of the 20th anniversary of the electronic music festival inRead More →

The Worcester Historical Museum is celebrating what would be the smiley face’s 100th birthday on July 10 with a contest calling for logos resembling the iconic Harvey Ball design. The museum is looking for artists and designers aged 1 to 100 to create a commemorative anniversary logo in honor ofRead More →

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Posted: 04/27/2021 10:15:07 AM HATFIELD – Most communities in the area, regardless of their size, have dedicated buildings to display and store their historical artifacts. While the Hatfield Historical Society oversees the Hatfield Historical Museum on the upper floor of the City Library, members of the Hatfield Historical Commission areRead More →

The DuPage County Historical Museum Foundation is pleased to welcome Philip Buchanan from Naperville, Susan Benjamin from Carol Stream and Daniel Wagner from Wheaton to its volunteer board. • Philip Buchanan’s passion for historic preservation led him to a career as a project manager for exhibition companies that focus onRead More →

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 →

PROVIDED PHOTO Kenneth and Eugene Gavin with Board Member Annette Hendrick. The Sanibel Historical Museum & Village has added educational entertainment to its website. Recently, the Gavin brothers – Eugene and Ken – spoke about black history in Sanibel at a volunteer update event. Officials describedRead More →