exhibits - Edmond Historical Society

Young at Art: A Selection of Caldecott Book Illustrations

Through picture books, readers embark on visual journeys that engage all of the senses and encourage curious, imaginative, and thoughtful interactions with the world around them. Since 1938, the Association […]

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50 Years of LibertyFest

Join us as we commemorate 50 years of LibertyFest, showcasing artifacts, photographs, and memorabilia from the festival’s long history. The exhibit will explore the origins of LibertyFest, how the festival […]

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Kyle Dillingham & Horseshoe Road: America’s Musical Ambassadors

Edmond Historical Society & Museum is proud to present America’s first full exhibit dedicated to Kyle Dillingham, Peter Markes, and Bent Saulsbury. This exhibit explores the musical expression of these […]

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From Athens to Atlanta: An Olympic Collection 1896-1996

Opening on July 16, the Edmond Historical Society & Museum is proud to host a temporary exhibit that will highlight the history of the modern Olympic Games. On loan from […]

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I Remember That! Edmond In The 1980s

The Edmond Historical Society and Museum presents I Remember That: Edmond in the 1980s, which runs from now until March 2022. The 1980s were at time of big hair, spandex, […]

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Virtual Exhibit: Edmond’s African American History: Land Run to Integration

This exhibit was originally developed as a companion piece to the traveling exhibit The Power of Children, which EHS&M hosted in the fall of 2017. It has been expanded and […]

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What’s Cooking, Edmond?

October 9, 2020 – August, 2021 The Edmond Historical Society and Museum presents the new exhibit,What’s Cooking, Edmond? from Oct 8, 2020 thru Aug 2021. Whether eating off the land or […]

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Darci Lynne’s Got Talent

The Edmond Historical Society and Museum presents the new exhibit, Darci Lynne’s Got Talent from August 11 thru January 30, 2021. A virtual ribbon-cutting and live performance by Darci Lynne […]

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Apron Strings: Ties to the Past

Although taken for granted by many social and art historians, the apron is the subject of a fascinating reevaluation in this exhibition. Apron Strings: Ties to the Past, opening on […]

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Back to the 1950s

It was the era of the be-bop, the sock-hop and bibbity-bopity-boo! The 1950s were a time of great prosperity in America. New technological advancements were sweeping the country as men […]

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