During the months of January and February the Moore House Museum and Gift Shop are closed to the public. This time allows us to freshen up our exhibits which we will be doing, especially on the first floor. The Lorain Historical Society will be open by appointment. So, if you wish to do research or want to make a donation of artifacts to the society, please either email or call ahead to make an appointment. Email email@example.com or call 440-245-2563. We will re-open to the public on Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
Our first member meeting of 2014 will be on Monday, March 24. We welcome Guillermo Arriaga from the Museum of Hispanic and Latino Cultures and Alma de Mexico (Mexican Folkloric Dance Troupe) to educate and entertain us! The meeting will begin at 6:45. Location "to be announced". The program is open to the public. A member meeting will follow the program.
Effective November 7, 2013 the Black River Historical Society of Lorain, Ohio is now the Lorain Historical Society. Members of the historical society selected the Lorain Historical Society as the new name on October 30, 2013 and this was approved by the Ohio Secretary of State on November 7, 2013. We are pleased to formally announce this change and hope that this is the first of many steps that the historical society is taking toward increasing awareness of the rich history and tradition of the City of Lorain.