Upcoming Events

    • Tuesday, August 03, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • Tuesday, August 24, 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 4 sessions
    • Cleo Redd Fisher Museum 203 E. Main Street Loudonville OH 44842
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    The popular Ohio Archaeology Workshop series returns in 2021 for an intermediate study of archaeological materials found in Ohio.  This series will focus not only on finished Native American artifacts, but also delve into identifying unfinished preforms, rough tools, flint micro-tools, pottery, and other hard to identify artifacts.

    Unlike the first Ohio Archaeology Workshop series, this will be limited to a small-group setting, allowing for close up and hands on study of materials as well as the ability to bring in your own discoveries and discuss with the group.  A four-part event, each night will continue and expand on earlier discussions and help you hone your skills.

    The workshop and discussions will be led by Jeff Zemrock of the Ohio Archaeological Society. This series is free to attend, but registration is required (one registration covers all four nights).

    • Friday, September 24, 2021
    • 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
    • Cleo Redd Fisher Museum (203 E. Main Street Loudonville OH 44842)

    From the glacier-flattened northwest to the Appalachian hills and valleys to the east and south, barns dot the Ohio landscape. Built with wooden nails and mortise-and-tenon joints and assembled with beams hand-hewn from nearby trees, some of these magnificent structures have witnessed three centuries. Many display the unique carpentry of masterful barn builders, including “mystery” wooden spikes and tongue-and-groove two-inch flooring. Sadly, a number of these barns, neglected for years, risk crumbling any day.

    Join artist and author Robert Kroeger as he demonstrates his technique behind documenting barns in all 88 of Ohio's counties, with a demo painting and stories, followed by a book signing.

    Dr. Robert Kroeger, a second generation artist, is the author of "Historic Barns of Ohio," including his personal paintings of barns from every county along with essays about them. Dr. Kroeger paints with a palette knife in oils and in thick impasto, a method that gives his paintings a luscious texture.  He also makes his own frames, using reclaimed weathered barn siding, often framing the painting in wood from that specific barn.

    The event is free to attend with books available for purchase ($25) and raffle tickets sold for the opportunity to win the painting from the demonstration. Kroeger will begin at approximately 10:00 am with the demonstration painting, followed by storytelling around 12:00 and a book signing at 1:00.  Guests are welcome to come and go throughout the day as they wish.

  The Cleo Redd Fisher Museum is a subsidiary of the Mohican Historical Society.  All rights reserved.   

The Mohican Historical Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 203 East Main Street  Loudonville, OH 44842

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