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Chagrin Documentary Film Festival

Village of Chagrin Falls Chagrin Falls, Ohio

Ohio Humanities is proud to serve as the presenting sponsor of the 13th annual Chagrin Documentary Film Festival. The Festival is a five day celebration of the art of documentary film, at venues in and around the century village of Chagrin Falls, Ohio. This inspiring event draws audiences from all over Northeast Ohio, the US and the world to experience ... Read More

Portage Path Community Archaeology Project Opening Reception

Summit ArtSpace 140 E Market St, Akron, Ohio

Do you enjoy art, archaeology, or Akron history?  If so, then don’t miss the Portage Path Community Archaeology Project exhibition, which will be on display at Summit ArtSpace (located at 140 E. Market Street) from October 7 through December 17, 2022. This exhibition is free and open whenever Summit ArtSpace is open. The exhibition will focus on the history of ... Read More

Explore the Little Smokies with Scioto Historical 4.0

Shawnee State Park Lodge 4404B State Rt 125, West Portsmouth, Ohio

Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the creation of Roosevelt Game Preserve and explore the history of Ohio’s Little Smokies. This free, public program marks the official launch of the new Scioto Historical Little Smokies Tour and will be led by Dr. Andrew Feight, professor of History at Shawnee State University, and Jenny Richards, Park Naturalist with the Ohio Department of ... Read More

CDFF On Demand

Ohio Humanities is proud to serve as the presenting sponsor for this year's virtual Chagrin Documentary Film Festival. The virtual festival, held on the Festival's online streaming platform, will open the festival to nationwide and global audiences, allowing a virtual glimpse into the 91 films presented during the annual in-person festival in early October.For more information, visit chagrinfilmfest.org

Serpent Mound — An Icon of Ancient Ohio with Brad Lepper

Springboro Area Historical Society 110 S Main St, Springboro, Ohio

Serpent Mound in Adams County is one of the largest and most spectacular earthen sculptures in the world. The age of the serpent is a subject of much current debate with some archaeologists arguing that it was built by the Adena culture at around 300 B.C.E. and others favoring the Fort Ancient culture at around 1100 C.E. Although much about ... Read More

Lit Youngstown Fall Literary Festival

Youngstown, Ohio Youngstown, Ohio

The in-person, 6th annual Fall Literary Festival will be centered around the theme “The Places That Make Us,” a conversation about writing, publishing, teaching, community outreach, and inclusion. Supported by Ohio Humanities, the conference aims to sustain and enhance discussion on real and imagined literary places that shape our memory, experience and identity. This year's featured presenters are film scholar ... Read More


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