Thanks to our Show Volunteers

We’d like to thank by name all the volunteers who made the Antiques Show such a success.

Amy Scott, Andrew Hohenfeld, B Koglman, Barb Kudley, Barbara Lebit, Betsy Wolschleger , Bob Luckay, Bob Mason, Brenda Elkin, Byron Brown, Carole Jo Moroney, Chuck Davis, Craig Moore,..

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From the President

The Antique Appraisal Fair, Consignment Shop and Café was one of the most exciting and successful undertakings of the Aurora Historical Society.  Under the talented leadership of Kathlyn Brown, Diane Oberle and Ruth Studer the event far surpassed the financial goals that were established.  More..

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Photos From The Appraisal Fair

To all of you who helped to make the Antiques Appraisal Fair, Consignment Shop, and Cafe an overwhelming success….
a heartfelt THANK YOU!
Kathlyn, Diane, and Ruth
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Upcoming Dinner Meeting

Save the Date:

Aurora Historical Society Annual Meeting:
Thursday, November 15, 6:00 p.m.

Bertram Inn, Paws’ Cub House

Speaker: Thomas Eakin, Founder and President, Ohio for History
“Touching All the Bases”

Details and reservation from to follow..

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Buy a Signed Book!

Save the Date: Sunday, September 23. Betts Colebrook will sign her memoir, “Digging Up Grandpa,” in a special event jointly hosted by Aurora Historical Society, Friends of Aurora Memorial Library, Portage County District Library and Aurora Community Theatre. The event will be held in the Aurora..

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Members Enjoy Picnic

The Moebius Nature Center was once again the location for our annual picnic. Beautiful weather, good food and friends made for a wonderful day.
Here’s a few photos of the day.

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Karen Borth wrote an email and donated this scan of a postcard of Geauga Lake that was in her mother’s collection.

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Videos of Sea World Donated

We got an email several weeks ago about a collection of videos from Sea World and they arrived today. We will soon have them digitized and available for viewing.

Mike Rink wrote us–

I was an Aurora resident and year-round Sea World employee from 1996-2000… I was part of the..

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Fourth of July 2012

Once again, we sponsored a booth at the festival. Marcelle had put together a nice display of Civil War items from our collection for visitors to view. We had some candy to hand out as well. Information about the years’ Lincoln events was there as well. Dick had planned out a visit to the cemetery..

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