4729 Walnut Road, Buckeye Lake, Ohio 43008.
Great job on the presentation at the Buckeye Lake Museum, 29September18
The 2016 Bogtoberfest really rocked with The Paul Clark Party Band. Music and conversation made for a fun filled evening.
Local businesses and volunteers helped to make this another successful fund raiser, for the Buckeye Lake Historical Society Museum’s Cranberry Bog Project.
Queen of the Lake III tour boat.
Beautiful day for the First Hebron Pie Festival.The food trucks and the pie was great. Nice line up of music, as well as craft venders.
First Bliss Series 2019
PizzaMike.comfrom Westerville, brought his truck over, to join the pie festival fun.
Pizza Mike made a donation to the Buckeye Lake Museum, Queen lll Sternwheeler.
2019 Car Show
The 2019 Jim Matheny Car Show was Spectacular!!! Why...
BECAUSE IT DIDN'T RAIN.
“Judge Cooperrider, Left, spoke to the Historical Society, in May, 2019, on the trials of Perry County in our first BLISS Series of the season. We had our largest crowd ever over 45 people. Join us for the next one.”
The Millersport Corn Festival had a terrific year in 2019, thanks to lots of beautiful weather. Our "Big Money" 2019 booth brought in needed cash, to support the Buckeye Lake Museum.
Headliners this year were Ronnie Milsap on Friday, and John Anderson on Saturday.
The Judges: Dave & Brenda
The Buckeye Lake Museum, in conjunction with the Buckeye Lake Library, hosted a Veterans Day Presentation focusing on WWII, Saturday, November 11th. The museum laid out a few of the WWII military uniforms it has for the public to view, some complete with all the medals and honors. The museum docent, Brenda, even dressed up in a Naval W.A.V.E.'s uniform.
The Buckeye Lake Museum's 19th Annual Fall Dinner 2018
Brenda Bellis, in a Naval W.A.V.E.'s uniform.
There is volunteerism in the air around the 2020 Queen of the Lake III tour boat. Over 35 people attended the first training and informational meeting. They will learn to be a Pilot and Crew on the Museum’s long awaited sternwheeler. Some familiar faces and lots of new faces. Classes will be held 8 weeks to train anyone who wants to volunteer to work on the boat.
If you are interested in volunteering, contact the Museum.
Our 2018 Summer Tour last year followed the wonderful idea of a Night Picnic. The event took place at the Buckeye Lake Historical Museum. Themes followed the methods used in the Fish Fry picnics of the 50’s and 60’s. Click Here to see the Event
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.
A presentation was viewed about Ohio's WWII Veterans, with some stories being told by the servicemen. Afterwards, J-me Braig, Director and daughter of the founder, Donna Braig, read aloud some of the names of the BL men that went off to war during that time. Some had generations of servicemen and servicewomen. Then, J-me opened it up to everyone to tell their personal stories and many did. Stories from WWII and other conflicts like Korea, Viet Nam and the Cold War. Refreshments were served.
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.