The Detroit Historical Museum’s “Hudson’s Holiday” exhibit showcases the toys and decor that made vacations magical at Hudson’s. // Courtesy of the Detroit Historical Museum Our summary of the latest news from Detroit and Michigan metro companies as well as announcements from government agencies, including updates on the COVID-19 pandemic.Read More →

COLOMA – North Berrien’s second annual pumpkin carving competition, hosted by the North Berrien Historical Museum, encouraged creative carvers to purchase squash from one of three local businesses – Jollay Orchards, Silverstone Gardens and Watervliet Fruit Exchange – and get them ready for Halloween. A dozen participants submitted images ofRead More →

The 37th Annual Vaquero Gala, Show and Sale will take place at the Santa Ynez Valley Historical Museum and Parks-Janeway Car House in downtown Santa Ynez from Friday November 12 through Sunday November 14. The annual event, which honors the unique culture of California’s vaquero – the cowboy – isRead More →

Protocol signed for the restoration of the historic Church of Saint-Eusthatios The Mayor of the Metropolitan Municipality of Kayseri, Dr Memduh Büyükkılıç and the Mayor of İncesu, Mustafa İlmek, signed a protocol for the restoration of the historic Saint Eusthatios Church in the district as part of the works ofRead More →

The Freeborn County Historical Museum, Library and Village will host “Hooded Minnesota History: The KKK in 1920s Minnesota” with Nancy Vaillancourt at 7 p.m. Thursday at the museum, 1031 Bridge Ave. to Albert Lea. This event is $ 5 for non-members and free for members. Nancy Vaillancourt is a historianRead More →

The Kuhns Memorial Blacksmith Shop, a showcase of craftsmanship passed from pages of Oelwein history, received a much appreciated gift this week from Tim and Denise Wilson. The local couple donated cladding and other building materials to the Historical Society Museum of the Oelwein Region to repair / renovate theRead More →

GRAVETTE – Amanda Price attended the Oct. 11 meeting of the Gravette Historical Museum Commission and donated an official tally book dated 1943. The score book completed an item already in the museum’s collection, a chalked bulldog with the inscription “Relic of the trip to State Tourney of Jonesboro 1940”.Read More →

GRAVETTE – Amanda Price attended the October 11 meeting of the Gravette Historical Museum Commission and donated an official dashboard dated 1943. The dashboard completed an item already in the museum’s collection, a chalk bulldog with the inscription “Relic of the Journey to State Tourney of Jonesboro 1940.” Amanda isRead More →

If you don’t have enough cash on hand or in your rainy day fund to cover an emergency expense, using an emergency loan can be a good option. Most types of emergency loans can provide you with quick access to cash. Plus, some have flexible repayment terms that allow youRead More →

Posted on October 23, 2021 | 11:02 The Bellosguardo Foundation is pleased to announce the first exhibition of works of art by Huguette Clark since 1929 at the Santa Barbara Historical Museum from early February to May 2022. As beneficiary of Clark’s estate, the Bellosguardo Foundation received an extensive collectionRead More →

CORK from Ireland, November 3, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Johnson Controls (NYSE: JCI), the world leader in smart, healthy and sustainable buildings, has been awarded the Terra Carta label. The Terra Carta Seal is a clear indication that businesses must work together to create a sustainable future for allRead More →

HISTORICAL VILLAGE Opening of the new pavilion in December. The Sanibel Historical and Village Museum has a full schedule of events coming up this season. There will be a special exhibition, “Trees, chronologies and special memories”, with holiday decorations and timelines describing each building’s past, including interesting little-known facts. ThereRead More →

Lincoln County Historical Museum’s new exhibit will chronicle the patriotism of Japanese Americans during World War II Lincoln County Historical Museum executives needed little time to wrap up a quick $75,000 fundraiser to add an exhibit about Japanese American families in the county. Hershey’s John Frels donated the last $300Read More →

“I said, ‘Yeah, I should,’” Griffin said. “Then another of our volunteers said the same thing, unrelated to each other. “ Support local journalism Your subscription makes our report possible. {{featured_button_text}} He called Kay, who “was really excited about it and wanted Roy Yanagida to talk to me.” The museumRead More →

HISTORICAL MUSEUM The Sanibel Historical and Village Museum will reopen to visitors for the season on October 19. Highlights this season include two Twilight Talks and the annual fundraising gala, which this year will have a film premiere on February 22 at The Community House on Sanibel. The feature film,Read More →

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 →

The Virginia Department of Historic Resources has announced the designation of Liberty University’s Mead’s Tavern as a State Historic Landmark. The circa 1763 building in Campbell County, as well as the Royster C. Parr House in Amherst County, joined six other sites added to the Virginia Landmarks Register this month,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 →

VERSAILLES, Ohio (WDTN) – A historic Darke County church that closed over 100 years ago is reopening them this weekend. A homecoming service and an open house celebration will take place at Saint-Pierre Lutheran Church in Versailles on Sunday, September 19 at 2:30 p.m. The church is considered the oldestRead 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 →

According to the calculations of the National Expropriation Agency, the expropriation of the villa “Sarajet”, one of the last historic monuments in Tirana, will cost around 4.8 million dollars. The request for expropriation was filed on August 19. The Municipality of Tirana has announced that the building will be transformedRead 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 →

Kurt Cobain’s childhood home in Aberdeen, Washington has been approved as a Historic Landmark in Washington State. Through Rolling stone, “Last week, the Washington State Department of Archeology and Historic Preservation announced that the one-and-a-half-storey house in Aberdeen, where Cobain lived from 1968 to 1984, had been officially approved toRead 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 →

Photo: Kevin Mazur Archive 1 / WireImage Last week, the Washington State Department of Archeology and Historic Preservation announced that the one-and-a-half-storey house in Aberdeen, where Kurt Cobain lived from 1968 to 1984, had been officially approved for inclusion in its “Heritage Register” of buildings of cultural significance. Current homeRead More →

MIAMI (WSVN) – Fire crews battled fierce flames at a century-old home in Miami’s Shenandoah neighborhood that has been designated a historic landmark, and for community members, the damage it sustained really touched the home. . City of Miami Fire Rescue Units responded to the scene of the fire nearRead More →

Leevy’s Funeral Home is booming after more than 90 years in business. The family-owned business is located on the corner of downtown Taylor and Gregg Streets, near Columbia’s historic Waverly district and nearly a mile northeast of the Statehouse, since 1928, first as a station- service, then as a morgue.Read 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 →