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County Line Historical Society of Wayne/Holmes

330-567-2344
The museum is open the 2nd Saturday of the month
281 N Market Street Shreve
ABOUT
 
Membership open to the public:
Membership year; January 1 to December 31
Due Fees; $15.00 - Individual/year
                  $ 25.00 - Couples/year
                  $ 30.00 - Organization and Business/year
Please submit name, address, phone & email to:
                CLHS
                P.O. Box 614
                Shreve, Ohio 44676
With all membership you receive a quarterly newsletter, free admission to CLHS museum.

You can see more information on the blog about the historical society!

You can also view our Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/CountyLineHistoricalSocietyWayneHolmes/

NOTIFICATIONS
 
County Line Historical Museum is open the 2nd Saturday of each month from 12PM- 3PM
Entry:
CLHS Museum- $2
CLHS Members-Free
Children 12 and younger are admitted FREE
 
 
 
April 17, 2021, 1PM- "Fashion and The Conquest of North America" Robert Haag of Doylestown. Mr. Haag is the Economic Development Associate for the Village of Doylestown, Ohio and Director of the Doylestown Area Development Corporation. He retired as Direcor of Facilities and Housing for the County of Summit Board of Developmental Disabilities. Description: Beginning with the beaver trade, how fashion drove the expolration and settlement of North America. Location: Historic Shreve Presbyterian Church, 343 N. Market St., Shreve. Hosts: County Line Historica Society of Wayne/Holmes. Public Welcome and No Admission Fee. Parking is across Market St.
 
June 5, 2021, 10:30 till Sold-Out. Drive-Thru "Wayne Co. Fair-Style BBQ Chicken" Fundraiser at Shreve Auto Repair, 298 N. Market St., Shreve. Enter the drive-thru off of Robinson St.
 
June 5, 2021, 9:00-3:00 PM, "Bake Sale" Fundraiser. Location: County Line Historical Museum. 281 N. Market St., Shreve.
 
June 19, 2021, 1PM- " One Giant Leap For A Man" Portayer Chris Hart of Newscomerstown interests of history and storytelling. Chris is a member of the Ohio Order of Storytellers. He portrays Neil Armstrong. On July 20, 1969 the world stood still. The first man to step on the moon. Neil's early love of space, astronaut training. Yet in the years that followed, this Ameridan hero, became a bit of a recluse. In this rare interview, join Neil as he dicusses his early love of space, astronaut training, his quiet lifestyle after fame and most importantly, the question that we all want to know. what was it really like to stand on the surface of the heavenly body. Location: Historic Shreve Presbyterian Church, 343 N. Market St., Shreve. Hosts: County Line Historical Society of Wayne/Holmes. Public Welcome and No Admission Fee. Parking is across Market St.
 
August 21, 2021, 1PM- "History of The Recipe Boxes" Speaker Michael Amstutz. Have you ever wondered about Grandma's recipe box that sat on the kitchen counter? Was it wooden, metal or did it have advertising on it? Recipe boxes date back to the early 1870's in America. We invite you to learn about the history of recipe boxes in the U. S. with Michael, who has amassed a collection of nearly 500 recipe boxes and has published a book on these now collectible items. You'll see a display of over 100 boxes from his collecion and hear the fascination history from the earliest boxes at the turn of the century to modern day boxes. You can even bring an old recipe box and have it evaluated. Location: Historic Shreve Presbyterian Church, 343 N. Market St., Shreve. Hosts: County Line Historical Society of Wayne/Holmes. Public Welcome and No Admission Fee. Parking is across Market St. 
 
October 2, 2021, 10:30 till Sold- Out. Drive-Thru "Wayne County Fair Style BBQ Chicken" Fundraiser at Shreve Auto Repair, 298 N. Market St., Shreve. Enter the drive-thru off of Robinston St.
 
October 16, 2021, 1PM- "Seasonal Lighting" Speaker Chris Montsilos of Shreve. The history of early lighting and the companies and the introducion of minature lighting. He will have a display table and hand-outs. Location: Historic Shreve Presbyterian Church, 343 N. Market St., Shreve. Public Welcom and No Admission Fee. Parking is across Market Street.
 
Further information on the events can be found on the main calendar page under the correct date, or by visiting the County Line Historical Society Facebook Page.
 
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