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“It Happened in Ohio”: Fascinating Facts About a State with an Extraordinary History

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Belmont
Meeting Room
For a smallish state, Ohio has had an enormous impact on the history of our country. From prehistoric times to today, an amazing number of important things have started here, been invented here, happened here, and gone on from here to change the world. Come and learn about Native American Ohio, Ohio as the first frontier, Ohio and the Civil War, Ohio and important social movements, famous and memorable Ohio men and women from Annie Oakley to General Grant to Jesse Owens to Paul Newman, Ohio and the Amish, Ohio triumphs and tragedies, and weird and unusual Ohio facts and trivia. You‘ll even learn (in case you ever wondered) why Ohio is called “The Buckeye State.”
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Street Names of Dayton

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Belmont
Meeting Room

If you’ve ever driven through Woodland Cemetery you may have noticed that many of the monuments have the names of many of the streets in Dayton. In this program, we’ll introduce you to the men and women whose streets bear their name and how they contributed to the history of Dayton.


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Wild Edibles and Foraging Class

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Belmont
Meeting Room
Edible Plant Basics:  For over 2 million years humans have fed and healed themselves by harvesting plants. Learn to identify and harvest local wild edibles. Visual and hands-on identification will help you feel confident in correctly locating and utilizing our natural bounties. Start tasting what you're missing while improving your self-sufficiency in the wild. Join David Harper Jr, an American naturalist, tracker, survivalist and author from Dayton, Ohio where he runs the Elk Trail School of Self Reliance.
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