Exhibits

Monday, August 31, 2020

As Worthington residents continue to social distance, many may pine for adventures considered commonplace, or at least more attainable, in years previous. Worthingtonians are no strangers to finding zest in life whether it be distant travel, or finding fun closer to home. While our real-life travel options are limited this year, that's no reason to miss out. Our September exhibit features travel in all its forms-- from residents’ trips abroad to school field trips to Worthington attractions we may have missed this year.

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Worthington Hometown Heroes

Superman was born on Krypton. Wonder Woman hails from Paradise Island. Who are some of Worthington’s hometown heroes? Step inside our May exhibit to find out!

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Celebrate Spring with Worthington Memory

Spring is in the air! We invite you to celebrate both National Poetry Month and the long-awaited arrival of spring buds and blossoms by looking through some of our scrapbook and news items that feature gardens and poetry.

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Volunteer Spotlight: Joe Miracle

Joe Miracle, member of Boy Scout Troop 365 proposed a method to acquire content from individuals in the community for Worthington Memory and organized the launch of Worthington Memory's call to the community as a service project to advance to the level of Eagle Scout.

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Memory Makers Contest: Honorable Mention

"Colonial Hills Elementary Fourth Grade Students Appreciate Worthington," created by students in Ms. Riedmiller's class.

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Memory Makers Contest: First Place

The results for the fall 2004 My Worthington Memory Makers Contest are in! Congratulations to the following students in Mrs. Riggs' and Mrs.

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Sesquicentennial - 1953

Worthington's Sesquicentennial was celebrated October 5-11, 1953.

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Bicentennial Celebration

The community of Worthington's pioneering spirit has been showcased throughout the yearlong Bicentennial Celebration with a series of signature events that honor the past and will create a legacy for the future.

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FolkFEST 2001

Worthington Libraries invited the community to share their earliest memories and fondest recollections of life in Worthington at the Worthington FolkFEST, July 28, 2001. Several individuals told stories about their experiences in the community from both long ago and the recent past.

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Bicentennial School Projects

This collection features the ways in which schools in the Worthington School District celebrated the 200th Birthday of Worthington and Ohio. Special Bicentennial projects were completed by students in the Worthington School District during the City's year-long celebration.

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