Job Opening: Communications Assistant

Communications Assistant  Posted August 2019   Communications Assistant Job Duties Communications Assistant responsibilities include assisting in organizing campaigns and developing marketing strategies.   Responsibilities Collaborating with the Executive and Educational Directors on marketing strategies and understanding the museum’s products and brand Support staff in organizing various projects Help identify trends

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The DAR Reception at The Castle

The following is a transcription from an undated newspaper column (likely The Marietta Times) describing a grand reception held here by Lucy Davis for the Marietta chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR.) “Society” D.A.R. Reception The Marietta Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution celebrated Washington’s birthday with

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The Castle and Marietta College History & Education Departments Welcome Cheyney McKnight

On Saturday, July 14th at 6pm The Castle and Marietta College History & Education Departments are happy to host the special presentation “Interpreting the African American Experience” by Living Historian Cheyney McKnight in Room 124, Thomas Hall at Marietta College. Cheyney will be discussing her experiences interpreting slavery throughout the

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Annual Betsey Mills Corporation Member Meeting

The Castle Historic House Museum is a division of The Betsey Mills Corporation. All members of The Castle and the Betsey Mills Club are invited to the corporation’s annual member meeting. This meeting will be held on: Monday, December 18, 2017 at 6pm at The Betsey Mills Club Due to

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Archaeology Field School

Castle’s Archaeology Field School

(From The Marietta Times // by Peyton Neely) Learning about the people that once made Marietta their home was the focus of the Kids’ Archaeology Camp at The Castle in Marietta this week. Several young, eager archaeologists dug their way through the dirt Wednesday, discovering pieces of pottery, glass and other

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History Campers Transported

History Campers Transported

(From The Marietta Times // by Erin E. O’Neill) It was a flashback to the time of hula hoops and bobby socks during The Castle’s first day of History Camp on Monday. About 28 campers from grades three through six were treated to a game of bowling at Pastime Lanes on

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The Castle in Marietta Offers Summer Camps, Series

The Castle in Marietta Offers Summer Camps, Series

(From The Parkersburg News and Sentinel // by Wayne Towner) The Castle in Marietta will be offering a series of summer camps aimed at people of all ages. Information about any of the upcoming programs is available by calling 740-373-4180 or by emailing Education Director Kyle Yoho at mariettacastle@gmail.com. The first

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Renovations at The Castle

State Preservation Clinic Coming to Marietta

(From The Marietta Times // by Erin E. O’Neill) A state preservation clinic coming to The Castle on June 8 gives new meaning to the phrase, “is there a doctor in the house?” The Ohio History Connection’s Building Doctors will be in Marietta to teach owners and trustees of older buildings

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Food History: Nifty 50s in Norwood

(From Clutch MOV // by Rebecca Rhodes) Clear the clutter, arrange the pillows, comb the children’s hair and most importantly, have dinner ready. This is just a small list detailing the ways a wife should act and be the best partner and mother. Of course, this is according to a

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