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Milford's Community History Brown Bag Series

Rachel Podnar
Noon-1 p.m. , Thursday August 14 | Free.

 The Greater Milford Area Historical Society presents on a local history topic each second Thursday of the month June through September. RSVP by email to info@milfordhistory.net encouraged but not required. 

August 14: GMAHS Quilt chairperson Diana Kuhnell presents on the history of GMAHS quilts. 



Where: Promont House Museum
Phone: 513-248-0324
Address: 906 Main St.
Website: www.milfordhistory.net

Promont House Museum

906 Main St.
Milford, Ohio
45150
 
Ohio Gov. John M. Pattison lived in this stately home from 1879 to 1906. The house is now operated by the Greater Milford Area Historical Society and special exhibits are offered.
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