Enjoy the warm breezes of summer with a tea party on the front porch of the historic Hull House! This event is for children ages 4-12 with an accompanying adult. Guests are encouraged to bring a doll, wear an apron and come dressed for the occasion. Participants will enjoy tea and treats served by the […]
Celebrate Independence Day with an old-fashioned ice cream social on the front porch of the Hull House! The museum is an easy walk from the Main Street parade route and facilities will be open with family friendly activities! Featuring Dietsch Brothers Fine Chocolates and Ice Cream scoops for $2, ice cream bars for $2, and […]
In honor of the Hancock Historical Museum's new exhibit, Findlay Rocks! 1960s Garage Bands, the Museum will be spending an evening celebrating the swingin’ decade. Join them for a free outdoor movie on the Hancock Historical Museum’s campus. Bring your lawn chairs and they’ll provide the popcorn. They'll have cars and music from the era, […]
Enlighten your lunch hour! Join the Hancock Historical Museum for the "Photography and the Great Depression: Dorothea Lange" presented by Dr. Andrew Hershberger. Lectures are free for Museum members and the cost of regular admission for nonmembers. Please call the Museum at (419)423-4433 with questions.
Enlighten your lunch hour! Join the Hancock Historical Museum for the "The Experiences of Local People in the Closing Months of WWII" presented by Ron Ammons. Lectures are free for Museum members and the cost of regular admission for nonmembers. Please call the Museum at (419)423-4433 with questions.
Don't miss out on Hancock Historical Museum's monthly Classic Movie Nights! Scheduled for the third Fridays (unless otherwise indicated) – 7 p.m. at the Museum. Historical information before and discussion after. Popcorn and refreshments provided. BYOB. Free to the public. Call 419-423-4433 for more information. March 18: 42nd Street (PG) 1933 – Starring Ruby Keeler & […]