Payments for museum events are now accepted online using PayPal. A PayPal account is not required and most credit card types are accepted.
Christmas in Loveland was celebrated at the Museum Center on Saturday, December 17th. Special thanks go out to Rachel Bierkan and her string orchestra students and Richard Sellers and his grandchildren who provided musical entertainment for visiting guests.
Back by popular demand, a winter wine tasting event at the Loveland Museum ($15/person). Enjoy light appetizers, great wine, local history stories from Loveland's past, tour the museum and visit the gift shop! Local story tellers promise to keep you entertained as you sample red and white vinos. RESERVATIONS required by 2/13/23. Send the names of attendees and check to LMC, 201 Riverside Ave, Loveland 45140. You may also use Paypal above. For questions, call the museum center at 513-683-5692.
The Loveland Museum Center will be closed to walk-in guests during during the months of January and February and will reopen Sat. and Sun. from 1:00pm to 4:00pm beginning March 4th. We will still be taking reservations for private tours during this time. Additionally, the Museum office and Library will remain open part time during the week for appointments. The JoAnn Richardson History House will be available for rent by small groups.
Fire Chief Otto Huber will enlighten attendees with stories about the colorful history of the fire department. Cost is $10 for museum members and $15 for non-members. To sign up, send participant names and check to LMC, 201 Riverside Ave, Loveland 45140 or use Paypal above. For questions, call the museum center at 513-683-5692.
Popular story teller Rick Roesel returns to regale listeners of the historic WWII air raid on Japan. This was America's first response to the bombing of Pearl Harbor. None of the pilots and crew of this daring mission were expected to survive ... Cost: $10 for members, $15 for non-members. Send participant names and check to LMC, 201 Riverside Ave, Loveland 45140. Or use Paypal above. For questions, call the museum center at 513-683-5692.