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Far Hills Speaker Series for May

101 Triangle Ave, Oakwood

Your House's History

Sunday, May 4
2 p.m.
Wright Memorial Library

If you live in an older home, you may have wondered who lived in your house before or who is haunting your attic. Researching your house can give you a view into its past. Come and learn how to research the history of a house. This workshop will provide a guide to architectural and historical facts using resources both locally and online.

Only 15 spots are available. RSVP by calling the library at 294-1717. You will be asked for the address of the house you are researching. This is not required but may help the presenters pull information from the Oakwood Historical Society arachives.

Photo above: 101 Triangle Avenue.

Wright at Home

Saturday, April 27
12 - 5 p.m.

Anniversary of the Wrights moving into Hawthorn Hill

$20; $15 in advance;
$15 for Dayton History or OHS members. More

293-2841 Advance tickets
Dayton History

Get your tickets now

Our Annual Wine Tasting is May 17

For a $25 donation you can relax at the beautiful Long-Romspert Homestead with a glass of fine wine, a plate of hors d'oeurves, and get to know your Oakwood neighbors. Tickets on sale now.

winetasting sign

Upcoming Events

April  - October - Children's Gardening Program, Register now

April 26 - Members Only: Free treat at Ben & Jerry's

April 27 - 2 - 5 p.m., Wright at Home: Oakwood 1914, with Dayton History, RSVP 293-2841

May 4 - 2 p.m. Far Hills Speaker Series – Your House's History: A How-to Workshop, Wright Memorial Public Library. Space limited. RSVP to 294-1717.

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Contact: Directory
info@oakwoodhistory.org
(937) 299-3796
1947 Far Hills Ave.
Oakwood, Ohio 45419

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Our headquarters are at the historic Long-Romspert Homestead. Hours: Quarterly Open Houses and by appointment.

What we're up to

Blog: Read about our current archival work on the Costas papers. Also read about the Costas home.

News: The Wright Memorial Library is now on the National Register of Historic Places.

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