History Series at Wolcott Heritage Center

. September 3, 2015.
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Do you want to know about Toledo’s Innovators, Industry and Immigrants who made Northwest Ohio their home? A history series is being presented by the Maumee Valley Historical Society and takes place at the Wolcott Heritage Center in the Church, 1035 River Road. They will be held on Tuesdays beginning September 8th and continuing to October 20th. The talks will begin at 4PM. The speakers: Donna Christian, Larry Michaels PhD, Barbara Floyd, Renee Jayne, Shirley Green, Jacqueline Koralewski-Konwinski and Seamus Metress PhD will be presenting stories about local neighborhoods – Toledo’s East Side, Toledo’s Polish Community, Irish in Toledo, Toledo’s African Americans and Local Innovators, Entrepreneurs and Industries.The cost is free.

For more information call 419-893-9602 or www.wolcotthouse.org

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