To Protect And Preserve Since 1929

Board Members wanted

January 25th, 2020 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Are you living in Wyandot County and interested in preserving the history of the county?  Are you willing to work to preserve that history?  If the answer to these questions is yes, we are looking for you!  We need people to serve on the Historical Society Board.  This is a Board that works to preserve the museum, Charlotte’s Schoolhouse, Anderson General Store, the Overland Inn, and oversee the daily operations of the Indian Mill. To become a member of the board, simply write a letter telling of your interest and give it to any board member or take to the museum.

Christmas at the Museum

January 6th, 2020 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

   Almost 400 people came to the museum to enjoy the decorations, music, and refreshments.  I hope you were able to come and enjoy the beauty of more than 30 decorated Christmas trees!  The trees were decorated by various organizations and individuals.  Also adding to the celebration was the “Cookies with Clara” with characters from “the Nutcracker” provided by Simple Dance Studio.  A big thank you goes out to all the volunteers that made this event so successful.

Open Meeting for the Public

November 20th, 2019 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

If you are interested in the happenings at the museum and would like to meet the members of the board that work to make the museum a success, come to the basement of the Upper Sandusky Community Library on Nov. 26th.  The museum board will be holding their annual open meeting at 6:30.

Veteran’s Day

October 6th, 2019 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Veterans’ Day was a very special event this year. Each of the down stairs rooms had a special display and the museum was open Sat. Sun. and Mon. from 1:00 – 5:00.  It was interesting to see the differences in the uniforms beginning with the Civil War to those of the modern day.  The winning ticket for the Ithica shot was drawn on Veterans’ Day.  Andrew Mathias from Westerville was the lucky winner!



The Overland Inn Dinner!

September 28th, 2019 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

On October 5th, the Wyandot County Historical Society  hosted it’s annual dinner at the Overland Inn in McCutchenville. The meal was a great success and was a good time to visit with old and new friends.

Silent Auction in the Log Cabin

September 9th, 2019 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

The Wyandot County Historical Society would like to thank all those that donated items for the silent auction as well as those bidders who took the time to make a bid on items. Your participation and donations are greatly                                             appreciated!

August events at the Museum

August 7th, 2019 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Don’t forget the August 10 walking tour of Neil Armstrong sights and there are 3 Thursday Evenings at the Museum this month.  On Aug. 8th, Sean Martin will be speaking on “How the West was Walled.”  On Aug.16, Judy Gilliland will be speaking about “Teaching in a one room schoolhouse”. On Aug. 22, you can meet “Rosie the Riveter” portrayed by Charlette Leeth.  Come and enjoy the cool air in the museum and learn some new thing about history!

Free Movie at Shawshank Woodshop

July 10th, 2019 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Because of the heat the bicycle ride was rescheduled and the movie was shown at the museum.  It is a good movie and helps you to understand Neil Armstrong a little better. Those in attendance munched on cookies and popcorn as well as participated in a drawing for an Apollo commemorative coin and a framed poster from the movie!

Annual Ice Cream Social

June 22nd, 2019 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Even though it was a hot, steamy day, many people came to enjoy the goodies and music on the museum lawn.  It was fun seeing old friends and meeting new as they enjoyed the treats of the day.

Tour Oak Hill Cemetary, Saturday, Oct. 27

October 13th, 2018 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Even though it was a misty day, Mr. Marvin conducted and interesting and informative tour of Oak Hill Cemetery.