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VIRTUAL EVENT History Conversations: “Unpacking Laurel’s Past: 150 Years (+1) on Display!”

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VIRTUAL EVENT History Conversations: “Historic Canals Today: Education, Recreation, and Tourism”

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August Office Hours with Dr. Stonestreet – The Human Skeleton as a 19th Century Medical Tool & Instrument

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VIRTUAL EVENT History Conversations: “Painting Style of the Dentzel Carousel Company and Restoration Techniques”

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VIRTUAL EVENT REWIND: Paths to the Present, History of Montgomery County Barns

VIRTUAL EVENT REWIND: Paths to the Present, History of Montgomery County Barns

VIRTUAL EVENT REWIND: Paths to the Present, History of Montgomery County Barns

VIRTUAL EVENT REWIND: Paths to the Present, History of Montgomery County Barns

VIRTUAL EVENT REWIND: Paths to the Present, History of Montgomery County Barns

VIRTUAL EVENT REWIND: Paths to the Present, History of Montgomery County Barns

VIRTUAL EVENT REWIND: Paths to the Present, History of Montgomery County Barns

VIRTUAL EVENT REWIND: Paths to the Present, History of Montgomery County Barns

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Paths to the Present: History of Montgomery County Barns
Premieres Monday, August 16 @ 10:00 a.m. Available to watch through Sunday, August 22

Join us for a REWIND exploring Montgomery County’s agricultural past, in honor of the annual Montgomery County Ag Fair! Learn about the wide variety of beautiful farm structures that still dot our landscape in this look at the evolution of barns in Montgomery County. Then, explore our our Lewis Reed online exhibit to catch a glimpse of what the Ag Fair was like at the turn of the 20th century.

This is not a live talk and there is no registration link. The video will be posted on our website at 10:00 a.m. Monday, August 23 and will be available through Sunday, August 29.

Plus, you can learn more about Montgomery County’s rich agricultural history by visiting the Agricultural Fair and the MOOSeum.