Sunday, November 25th, 2:00-4:00
Join us at the historic Vance-Tousey house at 508 West High St., just before the Lawrenceburg tree lighting ceremony, for a family-friendly FREE event.
*A Visit & Pics with Santa by the fireplace at the Angevine Cabin
*Door Prizes include gift certificates for DJ's Bakery, Hickory House BBQ, Strong's Pizzeria/Sugar Shack, Whiskey City Sweet Retreat, & Wang's Hot Chicken
*Crafts at the Boy Scout Cabin
*Vintage Gifts at our holiday shoppes
Have you ever wondered about the stately homes that line Ridge Avenue in Lawrenceburg? Don't miss this exciting chance to tour 4 of these homes.
The homes will be open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on September 22. Visitors should check in at the City of Greendale building and are free to visit the homes in any order they wish. The owners and volunteers, including members of the Dearborn County Historical Society, will be on hand to answer question and give directions to the next destination.
For more information on the event and the houses click the article below.
The DCHS April Board meeting will be held on Thursday, April 19th, at 7:00 pm at the Lawrenceburg Boy Scout Cabin, 461 West High Street. We will be honoring Eagle Scout George Beiderhake and his Eagle Scout Project that he completed at the Angevine Cabin.
The Dearborn County Historical Society was invited to participate in the 3rd Annual Whiskey City Festival in Lawrenceburg on November 4, 2017. Our collection on brewing and distilling in Dearborn County includes photos, memorabilia, collectibles, signage and much more. Thanks to all the attendees who stopped by to talk and look at our resources. Didn't make it to the Whiskey City Festival but have questions regarding the history of distilling in Dearborn County? We'd love to answer your questions - email us at email@example.com, call us at 812.537.4075, or stop in and see us!