Catawba Museum spotlights ‘History in Union Chapel’ on Sept. 16

Sep 9, 2020 | Around Ottawa County | 0 comments

On Wednesday, Sept. 16, the Catawba Island Historical Society will present an Ohio Open Doors display, “History in Union Chapel,” from 10 a.m.-noon on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at the Catawba Island Historical Society Museum and Cultural Center, 5258 E. Porter St., Catawba, a renovated non-denominational church build in 1888.

The Ottawa County Museum had planned an Ohio Open Doors display on Saturday, Sept. 19, but had to cancel because of illness, said Curator Peggy Debien of Port Clinton.

The special showing at Union Chapel on Catawba Island is part of a program featuring Ohio’s amazing heritage through Sunday, Sept. 20 as historic buildings and landmarks across the state open their doors for virtual special tours and events during Ohio Open Doors.

Explore fascinating places that reflect Ohio’s rich heritage, some planned especially for Ohio Open Doors events or offering behind-the-scenes looks that aren’t ordinarily available. All Ohio Open Doors events are free. Most are special one-day-only opportunities.

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