Delhi Antiques Road Show
you have antiques you are eager to get appraised? Hurry and reserve
your spot at the DELHI ANTIQUES ROADSHOW with Frank Loomis today!
(Reservations are limited. NO GUNS, JEWELRY OR COINS).
September 10, 2016: 1pm-3pm at the Glen Carder Lodge.
$15 for member appraisal, $20 for non-member appraisal, and $7 if you just want to attend or bring a guest.
Reserve your spot here or send a check to 468 Anderson Ferry Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45238.
Frank Farmer Loomis is esteemed throughout the USA for his trustworthy
appraisals of antiques and collectibles. He is a newspaper and magazine
columnist, appraiser for the Antiques Roadshow, and writer and host of
numerous local antiques programs on television and radio.
Questions? Call us at 513-451-4313.
Bicentennial Cookbook available now at the Farmhouse or online
Family History Scanning Station
200th birthday and share your history! The Delhi Historical Society
will host Family History Scanning Stations at locations around Delhi. Our
historians will use Delhi Historical Society’s safe scanning equipment to
digitally collect family photographs and documents to preserve our town’s
history and visit us at the location most convenient for you!
- Aug 11 2016: Bayley Wellness 9am - 12pm
- Aug 13 2016: Delhi Public Library 1pm - 4pm
- Sept 13 2016: Bayley Wellness 9am - 12pm
- Sept 14 2016: Delhi Senior Center 9am - 12pm
Questions? Contact The Delhi Historical
Society at 513-451-4313
Delhi in Bloom
The Language of Flowers
Visit the Delhi Historical Society as we tell the history of Delhi Township through its floriculture with the opening of two new exhibits.
- Delhi in Bloom explains how grapes, growers and greenhouses shaped the history and development of Delhi Township.
- The Language of Flowers explores the use of flowers as symbols over the centuries, the Victorians’ enchantment with flowers and a “flower language,” and how that helped to fuel a demand for blooms that gave rise to Delhi’s many greenhouses.
The exhibits include educational panels, flower displays, images of many Delhi greenhouse owners and families, and an interactive craft for all ages.
Delhi Township will celebrate its bicentennial beginning in 2016. The Delhi Historical Society launches the beginning of its celebrations with these exhibits exploring Delhi’s early history as a wine-growing region and its transformation into “the Floral Paradise of Ohio.”
The Delhi Historical Society is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from 12:30-3pm. The exhibits are on display during visitor hours and are free and open to the public.
Delhi Historical Society
468 Anderson Ferry Road
Cincinnati, Ohio, 45238
Museum Hours: Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday, 12:30-3 p.m.