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From Medieval To Modern: The Marche Of The Three Towers

23 Apr , 2018  

The Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary define s anachronism as “something (such as a word, an object, or an event) that is mistakenly placed in a time where it does not belong in a story, movie, etc., or a person or a thing that seems to belong to the past and not to fit in the present.”

Some twenty-first century residents of north central Ohio put that concept into practice through membership in the Society for Creative Anachronism. Through the Society, over 30,000 members research and recreate and skills, arts, clothing, and lives of pre-seventeenth century Europe. They do so through workshops, social events, tournaments, and even royal courts and feasts in some 20 “kingdoms.” More…


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Eighteenth Century Christmas Planned

10 Dec , 2016  

Ever wondered how many current holiday traditions have their roots in the ways that previous generations of Americans commemorated the Christmas holiday?

Here’s one way to gain some insight into that question. Richland Early American Center for History, or “REACH,’ will be presenting an Open House and “18th Century Christmas Celebration” next week. More…

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