HERITAGE EVENTS

Sherman House Ad
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CIVIL WAR


Visit the Sherman House Museum in Downtown Lancaster, birthplace of Civil War Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman and U.S. Sen. John Sherman. See the home where they grew up and visit our interactive Civil War exhibit. Tours at 12, 1, 2 & 3pm, Tuesday through Sunday.
Georgian Slide
IMAGES OF THE GEORGIAN


The newest exhibit in the Goslin Room of the Georgian Museum brings together photos, paintings, three-dimensional models and wonderful kitsch honoring this Downtown Lancaster landmark.
Georgian Exhibit Details
Fairfield County Heritage Association Bus Tour
HERITAGE & HOLLYWOOD TOUR: SOLD OUT
The seats are filled, but we're building a waiting list for our Heritage & Hollywood Tour to Augusta, Kentucky. The trip features a visit to the Rosemary Clooney House and a guided walking tour with Miss Lily through the most picturesque town in Kentucky. This one-day adventure is presented by the Fairfield County Heritage Association. Cost is $59, which covers Fun Bus transportation & tickets. Lunch and shopping are on your own. To join the waiting list, please call 740-654-9923 or email our staff at office@FairfieldHeritage.org.
Tour details
Roundtable Slide
ED SHOWMAN PRESENTS OHIO'S CIVIL WAR GENERALS


Ohio provided a lot of men to the U.S. Army in the American Civil War. Many of them became generals. Roundtable member Ed Showman will talk about them and their impact on the war. The Sherman Civil War Roundtable will meet Oct. 20 at the Sherman House Museum, 137 E. Main St. $5. All welcome to attend.
Vintage Halloween Party
VINTAGE HALLOWEEN PARTY SET FOR OCT. 22
You'll have a hauntingly good time at Fairfield Heritage's Vintage Halloween Party at the Georgian Museum on Friday, Oct. 22, 6:30-9pm. Meet the residents who passed on while staying in this grand, old house. Tarot card & psychic readings available. Vintage costume party dress welcomed but not required. $35, including light refreshments. Seating limited. Call 740-654-9923 to order.
Fall Meeting
FALL MEETING FOCUSES ON VOTING RIGHTS FOR WOMEN
Join us Thursday, Nov. 4, as we present "Belle Coit Kelton: 100 Years a Suffragist." Historian Leslie Blankenship will portray the Columbus woman who helped lead the fight for the right to vote. Fairfield Heritage's Coronet Awards will also be presented. $38, including dinner at the Knights of Columbus Event Center in Lancaster, Ohio. All are welcome. Reservations due Oct. 25. Call 740-654-9923 to order or pay online.