Grand Opening of Harmon Museum
Did you know we have yet to have a ribbon cutting and Grand Opening for Harmon Museum and its new entrance? It's only been a year and a half... Join us on Thursday, February 13th at 5:00pm for our Grand Opening of Harmon Museum (formally the Warren County History Center) and the new handicapped accessible entrance located at the rear of the building. Food will be on-site as well as musical entertainment from the Lebanon High School Jazz Band! This is a free event.
When: Thursday, February 13th at 5:00pm
Where: 105 S. Broadway
Lebanon, OH 45036
Craft Class: Holiday Centerpiece Workshop
On November 15th, 2019, guests set the mood for their Holiday gathering with a handcrafted floral centerpiece they made themselvers with a little help from Donna and the team at Aretz Florists.
All materials (including fresh flowers and candles) were included in the ticket price.
Art Class: Ambigrams with Beth Gully
On June 20th, 2019, author / Illustrator, Beth Gully, taught a class on how to create ambigrams at Harmon Museum. An ambigram is a word, art form or other symbolic representation whose elements retain meaning when viewed or interpreted from a different direction, perspective, or orientation. In Beth's case, when you flip one of her drawings upside down, you see a whole new image that was hidden there all along!
Art Class: Bob Ross Painting
Bob Ross certified painter and instructor, Nick Reynolds, gave two classes in the style of Bob Ross himself on March 16 of 2019. Attendees were given the supplies and instruction to make their very own "happy trees".
Haunting at the Farm: Preview Dinner
Lights. Camera. Action! For the first time ever, WCHS brought guests behind-the-scenes of an upcoming feature film with a special preview event. On Oct. 19th, 2019, attendees enjoyed a catered dinner as the cast of Lebanon: the Farm, the upcoming film by writer/director Mark Donahue, perform key scenes from the script.
Featuring ribs, chicken and pulled pork from City Barbeque as well as a variety of craft beers, this event filled them up and left them hungry for more (of the film that is).
Living w/ History: Bus Tour
Guests went mobile as they joined Harmon Museum Curator and Associate Professor of Fine Arts, Dr. Michael Coyan, on March 23rd, for an architectural survey of the area. This 90 minute bus tour looked at 19th and early 20th century designed building in Lebanon, Harveysburg, Waynesville, Springboro and Turtlecreek Township.
Arts Alive Gala
On March 16, 2019, guest came to celebrate the arts with a night of dinner and art when the Warren County History Center opened its doors for Art Alive! A cocktail hour led to a catered, locally sourced, dinner by The Garden Gourmet. The night was rounded out with painting lessons, gallery tours, an art showing, live auction, raffles, games (and more)!