Fairfield County Heritage Association Civil War Rountable Event
Civil War RoundTable Presents: "The Final Ride for the Fairfield Five"

APRIL 19 | 7:00PM

Join FCHA Marketing Director Michael Johnson as he tells the story of 5 Fairfield County men who survived the Civil War but tragically died on the way home.

Program begins at 7:00pm
Cost is $5 and open to everyone!

Held at the Sherman House Museum | 137 E. Main Street, Lancaster, OH
Fairfield County Heritage Association Spring Meeting
FCHA Spring Meeting: Dineh Tah' Navajo Dancers

APRIL 14 | 7:00PM

Join us for the 2023 FCHA Spring Meeting!
This meeting will be FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! It will be different than other meetings to accommodate our special guests.
We will have a brief meeting and then turn it over to the Dineh Tah' Dancers led by director, Shawn Price. They will be performing traditional Navajo dances.

Why are they coming? The Navajo signed a treaty in 1868 with the U.S. Government, represented at that time by William T. Sherman. It was the only treaty that gave Native Americans BACK any of their land.

There will be NO dinner served at this meeting as it is open to the public. The free event is possible due to a grant from the Diversity, Inclusion, and Empowerment Fund of the Fairfield County Foundation. Valerie Hamill will be presenting the incredible story of Pauline Cushman. Cushman was an American actress and spy for the Union Army during the Civil War. You won't want to miss this presentation!

Crossroads Event Center | 2095 West Fair Ave, Lancaster, OH