Year-long personal discovery and learning program to replace event due to pandemic AMBOY – A woman broke social norms to bring people together for the betterment of a community. A massive pandemic has swept the world; even reaching the corners of this small community. People from very different backgrounds haveRead More →

By Jennifer Corr After the North Shore Historical Museum closed in March due to the coronavirus pandemic, members of the museum’s board have been looking for a way to help residents continue to learn about the history of the area. They created an alternative to in-person experiences with “pop-up tours”.Read More →

To document the lives of Louisville residents experiencing the coronavirus pandemic, staff at the Louisville Historical Museum have initiated a project to collect memories of people’s experiences. The museum is researching photos and writings on daily life in Louisville when ordering a stay-at-home for its COVID-19 Experience project. “Our roleRead More →