A Big Night 2015

December 1st was a big night for our very own J-me Braig! J-me was awarded the Tourism Partner of the Year Award by Explore Licking County at the Midland Theatre! This award is a very high honor that celebrates community leaders that create an IMPACT for tourism to our county! Well deserved J-me.  Carol Thress, Explore Licking County  ​

Bulletin Board

The Societies Museum is always closed in February for Maintenance and Display Changes. Shown here, in 2016 sorting and filing archival photos and articles are: Sonny, Marrianne, ​J-me, Donna, Mary, and Bob. Thanks members, for all your dedicated work.
Photos by Brenda.

Local Flavors of Perry County 2015

Our Inland Tour 2015 was a Wonderful Success.
Hosted by Luann Cooperrider at her beautiful home.
Dinner by Chef Alfonzo. Organic food. Many entrees to choose from. Dessert provided by Weldon's Ice Cream.
Thank All of You who Participated

Warbler Seminar 2015

Christopher Tonra presented a wonderful program, in June, on the Prothonotary Warbler. Christopher is an Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University, as a conservation biologist. The Historical Society has had a Cranberry Bog Warbler Nest Watch Program in existence since 2012.

Wander Through the Orchard

The opportunity of a lifetime is happening on Buckeye Lake on July 31, 2014, for those that would like to visit three private homes on Orchard Island. The Douglass Family of Columbus has resided on the island for 18 years and restored two of the three cottages to their original state. For information on reservations and tickets call J-Me Braig 740-929-1998.


What's Happening around Buckeye Lake

Interpretive Signs Placed on the North Bank.
Graphic Designer Philip Vaughn displays the signs done for the Greater Buckeye Lake Historical Society. They explain the history of the “Queen of the Lake” tour boats and the famous Cranberry Bog on Buckeye Lake. 

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The Greater Buckeye Lake Historical Society​​

Cranberry Bog Cleanup 2016

It was a cool and windy April day when the cleanup crew arrived at the bog. Volunteers, called "Bog Buddies," keep the marsh healthy year around.

Chain saws cutting down trees, weedwhacking, pulling noxious weeds and tending to the Prothonotary Warbler nests, are typical chores. 
"You" are invited to join in, call J-me: 740-929-1998. 

Thank you Susan, Al,  J-me, Mary and Brenda... ​ 

saving history one day at a time