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Watch: Kids make ice cream during Second Saturdays R 4 Kids

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Kids learned about the bygone ice harvesting industry in the special exhibit "Ice for Everybody" and then made their own ice cream at Second Saturdays R 4 Kids, a monthly educational program.

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Frederick Douglass would have turned 200 on Feb. 8

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Hayes valued and respected Douglass' opinions and consulted him at various times during his administration.

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Bluegrass, barbershop, big band and more featured in summer Verandah Concerts

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Bring a lawn chair or blanket for seating on the Hayes Home lawn and listen to a variety of musicians perform two Wednesdays a month on the spacious verandah of President Rutherford B. Hayes’ beloved and historic home.

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"Art of Photography" show and sale features staff members' photography

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This free special exhibit opens Feb. 2 and features photography of different subjects by Gil Gonzalez, head of photographic resources. Then on May 1, Lake Erie nature and wildlife photos by Kristina Smith, marketing/communications manager, will be added.

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Special exhibit features Bhutanese-Nepali refugees in Ohio

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A special exhibit coming the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums on Feb. 2 features the stories of one of Ohio’s largest current-day refugee groups, the Bhutanese-Nepali community.

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Genealogy Class Schedule

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Learn to trace your family history and more through classes at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums.

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Sleigh rides through Spiegel Grove offered Dec. 26-31

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Ride through the wooded estate of President Rutherford B. Hayes in a horse-drawn sleigh, just as Hayes did when he lived here.

 

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Watch: Hayes Presidential Library & Museums featured on Columbus TV show

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"Out n About Columbus" featured the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums and its winter activities.

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Gateway to the Future raises money for special projects, daily operations

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Offering more hands-on kids’ programs, becoming an official arboretum and putting UV windows in the library, home and museum are among the goals of the annual Gateway to the Future appeal.

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Watch: Hayes staff member reads service members' names on Vietnam Wall in Washington, D.C.

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Julie Mayle, associate curator of manuscripts, shares what the experience meant to her. See the video here.

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