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Solstice Watch


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One function of the large earthwork complexes, such as the one found at Marietta, was to track the passage of seasons through astronomical observations. Aligned along the parallel walls of “Sacra Via” is the winter solstice sunset. On December 21st at 4pm we will hold a solstice sunset watch at Sacra Via Park (between Third… Read More

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8th Annual Appalachia Heritage Luncheon


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  Columbus, OH – Heritage Ohio and Ohio Hill Country Heritage Area will hold the eighth annual Appalachia Heritage Luncheon on Tuesday, Dec. 18 at 10 a.m. at the Ohio Statehouse Atrium, located at 1 Capitol Square. The luncheon’s focus is to give Appalachian businesses and organizations that have done remarkable work to the benefit… Read More

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Christmas Tea & Tour


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Come celebrate Christmas at The Castle. Enjoy Victorian Christmas sweets and tea with friends and family. A tour of The Castle decked out in all of its Christmas finery is included. Reservations required by December 11th.

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Gingerbread House Workshop


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Come celebrate the holiday season with gingerbread house making at The Castle! In this workshop, adults and kids (ages 8 and up) will be guided in making a gingerbread house of their own. Materials and instruction booklets provided. Seating is Limited. Reservations required by November 13th.

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“There Was Quiet Today:” 100yrs After WWI


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On November 11th, 1918 at 11:11am an armistice was declared ceasing the First World War. Embroiled in this conflict since April 1917, Americans served at home and overseas. When the U.S. went to war, Washington Countians went to war. Join us for a slate of activities including cemetery illumination and themed tours commemorating the end… Read More

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Food History War Fare


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The First World War affected all aspects of American culture, especially our approach to cooking and food, some of which still lingers 100 years later. “Save the Wheat!” drives, “Meatless Mondays”, and victory gardens led to the acceptance of innovative recipes coming out of necessity. While “Over There” American Doughboys experienced new food culture which… Read More