We are proud to welcome Ted Dudra, Civil War reenactor and speaker, to present Alvin Coe Voris!
Alvin C. Voris was a Brevet Major General in the Civil War and a Bath Township resident. Voris became the highest ranking officer from Summit County during the Civil War.
Join us for this free event on October 17th at 7 pm at the Bath Township Historical Society Museum .
Copies of The Century Homes of Bath are available for sale at the Bake Shop in Ghent!
You can also purchase copies in the Bath Historical Society Museum during regular hours.
Join us for a very special event! Libby Bauman will be signing her fascinating book ‘Century Homes of Bath’ on Wednesday, September 19th at noon. See you at the museum!
September 9th, 2018- Ice Cream Social from 1-3 pm at the Stony Hill Schoolhouse (49 N. Hametown Road)
Join us for a day of ice cream and comradery! This is a free event, and we look forward to sharing the day and opening up the schoolhouse for tours.
Following the ice cream social, the Bath Business Association will hold a road rally!
In honor of Bath's 2018 Bicentennial, rally participants will be given a photo sheet depicting a dozen or so historic buildings from days of yore in the township. The mystery this year will be to find and identify the locations of those buildings which may (or may not) still be there. Following the road rally, dinner will be served in the tent on the schoolhouse grounds, with prizes awarded for the most locations found and accurately identified with addresses.
Cost for the road rally is $10 per vehicle; dinner is $10 per person, $5 for children under age 12. Registration for the road rally and dinner is required by Sept. 7. Registration forms can be downloaded here or will be available at The Bake Shop in Ghent, 800 Wye Road, starting Aug. 14. For details, call 330-666-3347.
Last day to get tickets is July 31st!!
This old fashioned picnic will be held from 1:00 to 3:00 pm in the Bath Community Park as part of the Bicentennial celebration. The meal will include chicken, potatoes, salad, dessert, and lemonade. Tickets will be for sale for $10 at the Bake Shop in Ghent, Garth Andrew's, and at the Bath Township Historical Society Museum.
Bath Township used to have the annual pioneer picnic for several years. It is believed to have started in the 1860’s to commemorate the Perry Victor on Lake Erie on September 10th, 1813. The picnic also celebrated Civil War veterans in later years, and the tradition continued into the 1930s. We hope you’ll join us for this community event!
October 17th at 7 pm at the Bath Township Historical Society Museum (No cost)
Ted Dudra will be portraying Alvin C. Voris, Brevet Major General in the Civil War.
The Museum will be open on Memorial Day
10 am - 1:30 pm
Come visit before or after the Memorial Day Observance at Noon!
Join us for our spring program!
Melissa Arnold presents- The Hale Family Homestead
Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 at 7 p.m.
Bath Township Museum 12491 N. Cleveland-Massillon Road
Join us today and tomorrow for the Rummage Sale!! We'll be here from 9 am to 3 pm.
March 9th and March 10th at the Museum - 1241 N. Cleveland-Massillon Road.
The Annual Rummage Sale will be on March 9th and March 10th from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Museum, 1241 N. Cleveland-Massillon Road;
Donations welcome! Drop off times are Monday and Wednesday from 9-11 am. Please call Gail at 330-285-4840 or Cindy at 330-697-7208 beforehand. Please no clothing or large furniture.
For more information, call 330-697-7208 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Bath Township Historical Society