Sept. 30 - Every Good Story Has a Plot: Main Street Memories

Shopkeepers, business owners, families, and con artists have all walked Oberlin’s Main Street. Join the Oberlin Heritage Center and meet some of these familiar faces at our Every Good Story Has a Plot: Main Street Memories program on Saturday, September 30 at 1:30 PM or 4:30 PM. Walk through Westwood Cemetery for this 60-minute experience and talk to a few of the many interesting individuals who have impacted Oberlin’s history. Reservations are required in advance as space is limited to 20 people per time slot. The tour will remain on paths, but some may be uneven or contain loose gravel.  For mobility concerns or questions, please reach out to Liz Schultz at [email protected]. In case of rain at start time, the tour will be cancelled, and fees refunded. Full Story

Oct 17 - Redlining Program At The Oberlin Public Library

OHC has developed a program examining the history of redlining in Oberlin and the Oberlin Public Library will be hosting it Tuesday, October 17 at 6:30 p.m. Redlining is the discriminatory practice in which services, often financial services like loans, are withheld from neighborhoods often occupied by minorities, low-income, or otherwise marginalized groups. It is also a term used to describe many forms of housing segregation. Full Story

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