The Perry County Historical & Cultural Arts Society, The Perry County District Library, Little Cities of Black Diamonds, and The Tecumseh Theater Present Dr. William Condee’s Coal and Culture: Opera Houses in Appalachia. The event will be Saturday, May 7, at 6:30pm. See flyer for more details.
The Glenford Fort Hike will be held on July 9, and registration is now open. The cost of the event is a suggested donation of $10, which will be collected on site. The donation is to offset the cost of a hot lunch, which is prepared over an open fire within the fort. More information… Continue reading Glenford Fort Hike
Over 55 people attended the presentation on February 27 at the New Lexington, Perry County Senior Center. Participants learned from Karen Newlon, RN how resourceful Appalachians were with their health care in the past. They saw a poultice made, all had a chance to shake a jar of whipping cream into butter, and lastly what was stress in… Continue reading Appalachian Health Care 1900’s Presentation a Success
Appalachian Lecture series deemed a success for the full house at Joseph Snider’s program on the Mitchell House restoration.
The Perry County Historical and Cultural Arts Society is more than pleased to announce that Perry County’s own, Joseph Snider, will speak on the topic From the Shenandoah to the Ohio: the Trans-Appalachian Journey of Randolph Mitchell as part of the Phil Sheridan Lecture Series. The lecture will commence at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, January 30,… Continue reading APPALACHIAN LECTURE TO FOCUS ON PERRY COUNTY