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Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM   
Event Title: The Gilded Age of Haviland China
Event Description: In the early 19th century, Americans looked to Europe when purchasing china. When importer David Haviland no longer could satisfy his customers' tastes for embellished fine china, good-old American ingenuity came into play. Haviland built his own factory in Limoges, France, to turn out the finest china in the world with artistic flourishes to satisfy his U.S. customers. Numerous examples of some of the earliest pieces of Haviland China (1850-1890) are on display in this unique exhibit sponsored by the Randolph J. & Estelle M. Dorn Foundation.

Time: 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM   
Event Title: Internet Genealogy II Class - How to Make the Most of Paid Subscription Sites
Event Description: Becky Hill, Head Librarian, leads the new, expanded Internet Genealogy II Class exploring the massive subscription genealogy sites available at the Hayes Presidential Center Ancestry.com, HeritageQuest, Footnote.com; NewEnglandAncestors.org and NewspaperArchive.com. Learn the tricks of how to search efficiently and print out and share what you have found. Pre-registration required. Cost is $10/adult, $5/students through high school.

Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM   
Event Title: Vintage Base Ball Match
Event Description: The Hayes Presidential Center's vintage base ball club, the Spiegel Grove Squires, compete with the Wyandotte Stars in a match of 1860s style base ball. All equipment, uniforms, and rules follow those in place during base ball's early years (when the game was spelled as two words, not one.) Free admission. The Squires are sponsored by the Randolph J. & Estelle M. Dorn Foundation.