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Presidential History Book Club

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Read and discuss books about the U.S. presidency with this free book club.

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Mark your calendar for summer Verandah Concerts at Hayes Presidential

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A string band, a boogie piano player and vocalists performing songs from the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s are among the performers featured this summer during the Verandah Concert series at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums.

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Behind Enemy Lines: An escape room experience at Hayes Presidential

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Assemble your troops and join Lt. Col. Webb C. Hayes as you descend on Vigan Island during the Philippine Insurrection during the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums’ next escape room. The escape room will be offered at 5:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 26 – Saturday, March 28. Tickets are $20 for Hayes Presidential

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Legends of giants uncovered during talk by local historian

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Local Historian Mike Gilbert has researched these stories and will share his findings during a special program on Sunday, March 22, at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums.

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Lake Erie monster, dogman, other legends, Ohio folklore featured in special exhibit

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 “In this exhibit, we are going to look at what folklore is and why it’s important,” said Kevin Moore, curator of artifacts. “We’re going to profile several mythical creatures and urban legends and appreciate the rich collection of folk tales, both old and new, that have developed in Ohio.”

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Enjoy a White House Easter tradition at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums

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Kids are invited to an afternoon of fun on Saturday, April 11, at the annual Hayes Easter Egg Roll, which replicates the White House Easter Egg Roll that Rutherford B. Hayes started when he was president.

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Special exhibit features women’s history, from suffrage to #MeToo

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Take your picture in a women’s suffrage scene, record your own video about your experiences with women’s history and immerse yourself in historically important speeches by women at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums’ next special exhibit.

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Read and discuss books about women’s history with “Finding Her Voice” program

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Read about women pilots who won high-stakes airplane races in the 1920s and ‘30s, America’s first women soldiers and more during  the “Finding Her Voice” book club at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums.

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Learn to trace your family history with genealogy classes at Hayes Presidential Library

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Learn how to get started on tracing your family history with “Learning About Your Past” genealogy classes offered in 2020 at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums.

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President Hayes among the top presidents for the economy, researcher says

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Rutherford B. Hayes was one of the top presidents in U.S. history for having a positive effect on the economy, an associate professor at the Georgia Institute of Technology said.

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