Exhibits

Monday, October 2, 2017

There's nothing like a school dance to make students' minds wander. Classroom concerns fall away in the face of decisions about what to wear and who to ask. With school in full swing, let's take a whirl through popular school dances from Worthington's past.

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Remembering Harvey Minton

As Worthington's mayor for 14 years, Harvey Minton made a lasting impact on the community and its residents. Our September exhibit is a tribute to his many contributions to Worthington. Read more »

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Worthington Loves a Parade

From Halloween to Memorial Day to (of course) the Fourth of July, Worthington knows how to throw a parade. Grab your lawn chairs and find a good spot for July's exhibit on parades from Worthington’s past. Read more »

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Worthington's Justices of the Peace

Before there were police forces, early Ohio towns relied on justices of the peace to maintain law and order. Our June exhibit explores some of these early representatives of the law. Read more »

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Down on the Farm

Today, the Worthington area is surrounded by miles of residential subdivisions, housing and strip malls, but for most of its history, it consisted of woodlands and farm fields. Our May exhibit takes you on a farm tour from Worthington's past. Read more »

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Worthington, in Style

Whether wearing starched collars, handlebar mustaches or plaid, the people of Worthington have always been stylish. Lace up your boots for a stroll through a gallery of fashions from decades past. Read more »

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The Women of Worthington

What better way to celebrate Women's History Month than by recognizing the remarkable achievements of the women of Worthington? Read more »

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Weathering Worthington's Seasons

Brr! With winter upon us in earnest, this month's exhibit focuses on scenes of dramatic January weather from Worthington's past-- from snowstorms to floods. Read more »

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Before the days of orange barrels

Road construction slowing you down? Take a spin through our November exhibit for a look at Worthington's major thoroughfares before they were paved. Read more »

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Worthington: the home of Choplets and much more

Did you know that Worthington was once home to Worthington Foods, the world’s largest producer of vegetarian meat substitutes? Step inside our October exhibit for a look at the history of this innovative company. Read more »

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Score a touchdown with Worthington football

With the crisp, cool days of autumn just around the corner, it’s time to gather up your banners and seat cushions and head down to the stadium to cheer on your favorite football team: Worthington! Read more »

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The Harding Hospital

For over 80 years, Worthington was home to one of the country’s most cutting-edge residential psychiatric treatment programs. Celebrate the 100-year anniversary of the founding of Harding Hospital by browsing our August exhibit. Read more »

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Slow News Day

Even before the days of 24-hour news cycles, editors sometimes had to stretch their imaginations to find topics on which to report. As the sleepy days of summer set in, kick back and relax with this gallery from Worthington’s past newspapers of odd, silly or just plain funny headlines. Read more »

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Celebrate Fathers with Worthington Memory

Happy Father's Day from Worthington Memory! From founding fathers to local beloved dads, this month's exhibit honors fathers from throughout Worthington's 200-year history. Read more »

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A Spring Fling

Prom season is upon us! Take a stroll through this month's exhibit to view the finest fashions from decades past. Read more »

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Worthington in the Great Depression

From 1929 to 1939, the Western world was plunged into the deepest economic downturn in modern history. Our March exhibit delves into how Worthington weathered this grim decade. Read more »

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A Tale of Two Cities

Since 1999, Worthington has been sister cities with Sayama, Japan. Our February exhibit celebrates this cross-cultural friendship. Read more »

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