Ohio Living History Society Society member Chandra Blazek (pictured here in costume) presented a fascinating program – “Oh No They Didn’t- Debunking Myths About History That Just Won’t Die” at our October 28th members meeting. Audience members learned how to separate the fact from fiction concerning some of the most common misconceptions about history. President of OLHS, Shelley Kamlowsky, then provided an overview of the group’s mission and goals, focusing on possible projects with Stow Historical Society.
The mission of the Ohio LIving HIstory Society is to educate the community by preserving, developing, and interpreting local history. This enthusiastic group of historical reenactors have hosted a series of dinners and programs at the Farnam Manor in Richfield, as well as a children’s summer camp – A Child’s Life in the Wild West-ern Reserve. Visit the OLHS website at www.olhs.org or connect with OLHS on Facebook.
Ohio LIving History Society members participated in the recent Harvest Festival by greeting visitors to the Heritage House Museum and the Mary Starr House.