The Hayes Library & Museums offer a variety of educational programs

Learning about YOUR Past – Genealogy, photos, and House History
  • The Hayes Presidential Library’s staff gives monthly classes, usually on Saturdays, on a variety of topics dealing with family history.  Learn how to get started, how to use online resources and even how to trace your house’s history.  See the annual listing of classes.
  • Contact Kristina Smith 419-332-2081, ext. 217 or [email protected]
 History Roundtable with Mike Gilbert
  • Historian and educator Mike Gilbert leads a series of History Roundtable discussions. 
  • Contact Nan Card 419-332-2081, ext. 239 or [email protected] for further information. 
Presidential History Book Club
  • Once a month at noon the Hayes Presidential Library features a book discussion over a presidential biography. This chronological study of the presidents is a recent addition to the Hayes Library’s offerings, so pack a brown bag lunch and join the discussion. See the schedule here.
  • For more information please contact Dustin McLochlin at [email protected] or (419) 332-2081 ext. 230.

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