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History and STEM partner with hands-on activities at kids' summer program

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Kids can design their own roller coasters, discover how airplanes fly and experiment with algae during a new summer program at the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums.

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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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Hayes Presidential Library & Museums hires new business manager

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The Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums has hired a local resident with experience running a non-profit organization as its new business manager.

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Experts to discuss poverty, housing, opioid epidemic at HPLM

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A panel of experts in social service issues will discuss poverty, housing and the opioid epidemic during a public event Tuesday, April 24, at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums.

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2018 Spiegel Grove Squires schedule

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See how baseball was played in its early days with the Spiegel Grove Squires, the vintage team at the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums.

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Head librarian to retire after 34 years at Hayes Presidential Library & Museums

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Head Librarian Becky Hill will retire May 19 having realized goals she set for the library when she arrived in 1984.

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Watch: Video of Easter activities

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Watch a video from the 2018 Hayes Easter Egg Roll activities.

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Learn to play croquet at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums Croquet Club

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The Croquet Club at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums has matches scheduled May through October on the lawn of the historic Hayes Home and is looking for new members.

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Share a historic family item, tell its story at Retro Roundtable

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Do you have a family heirloom, letter, photograph, piece of clothing, game or toy or any other artifact that has special meaning to you? Bring it to Retro Roundtable at the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums, and share its story.

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Region II History Day winners headed to state competition

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Winners chosen in various individual and group project categories will move on to the state competition April 21 at Ohio Wesleyan University.

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