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Hooked on History-A Cincinnati Private Eye Protecting Princess Di

April 16, 2014 – April 16, 2014 919 Main Street Map and Directions | Register Description: Join Cincinnati private investigator and author, Rich McDonough for a look at “A Fascinating Footnote in History.” This true story details the adventures of Princess Diana, her friend Juli, and McDonough as they traveled through Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee on Princess Di’s own undercover investigation. Presented by Rich
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Lake and Calvert: The Forgotten Entertainers of Franklin County

October is magic month, and it is only appropriate that we celebrate by remembering two forgotten Franklin County men, Lester, “Marvelo” Lake and John Calvert from New Trenton! Both men had tremendous influence in the magic and entertainment business.  Not only was one a prolific inventor whose tricks and illusions are still used today, but the other was an actor and had the longest-running
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The BROOKVILLE HISTORY DETECTIVES #6. A two-part program

Wednesday October 30, 2013 – Wednesday October 30, 2013 919 Main Street Map and Directions | Register Description: Join our team of local “History Detectives” to help solve the mystery of what your family heirloom or questionable antique is, its age, or its significance in history.  Bring your object on Wednesday, October 2nd so our team can photograph the item and discuss it with
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Hooked on History-Lake and Calvert: The Forgotten Entertainers of Franklin County

Wednesday October 16, 2013 – Wednesday October 16, 2013 919 Main Street Map and Directions | Register Description: October is magic month and it is only appropriate that we celebrate by remembering two forgotten Franklin County men, Lester Lake and John Calvert.  Both men had tremendous influence in the magic entertainment business.  Not only was one a prolific inventor whose tricks and illusions are
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Whatever Happened To…in Laurel, IN?

Tuesday September 24, 2013 – Tuesday September 24, 2013 200 N. Clay St. Map and Directions | Register Description: Whatever happened to that old flour mill?  Bring your old photo albums and other memorabilia and join us for an evening of fun local history at the Laurel Library on Tuesday, September 24th at 6pm.  This is a great program for anyone interested in our
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