The 2016 Bucyrus Historical Day is happening on July 30.
The annual event will take place from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the home of the Bucyrus Historical Society, 202 South Walnut St.
Both the Societyʼs museum, Scroggs House, and the carriage house behind will be open for all to enter free of charge and view the numerous artifacts from Bucyrusʼ past. See new and recent acquisitions or take another look at old favorites.
A local version of “Antiques Roadshow” will be set up on the carriage house porch. Bring your favorite family treasure for a gratis evaluation and appraisal by local experts. In addition, there will be various artisans and vintage reenactors set up on the grounds making history even more alive.
The folks from the local Air Explorer Post 117 will have plenty of food available on site for purchase with your generous donations together with freshly made kettle corn made by the Price family on sale to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Come one come all—spend and hour or two taking in those sights, smells and artifacts which have helped make Bucyrus the great city, county seat and home for many, some famous, others ordinary, that it is today and has been over the years since its founding by Samuel Norton in 1822.