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Heroines of Our History

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Heroines of our History
Celebrate some of the extraordinary women who lived in our region and made history! Meet reenactors in historical clothing portraying the following historical figures: Lillian Wald, Lucy Stone, Theda Bara, Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, Victoria Woodhull, Laura Anne Fry, Etsu Inagaki Sugimoto, Katharine Wright, and Regina Berger Graeter. There will be vendors, hands on activities and concessions available at this event. We hope you will join us in celebrating some of the heroines of Ohio history on April 23! Admission is $10 per adult, $5 per child ages 5-11, and free for members and children ages 4 and under.

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