Historic Dublin
We encourage everyone to walk through the Historic District to begin to gain an appreciation for what life might have been like in a simpler time when only 100 or so families called Dublin "home"....
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The twinkle of candles, the aroma of hot cider and the sounds of the season will put you in the holiday spirit. Tour the 1860s era home dressed up with festive period decorations created by...
Coffman Homestead
Open to the Public 1:00 to 4:00 the first Sunday of the month in May, June, July and September. Free Admission. Donations gratefully accepted. Families or groups in town for a weekend? Contact the Society...

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The Dublin Historical Society is organized for the purpose to discover, collect and preserve documents and materials relevant to the history of Dublin and the surrounding area. The Society displays these materials at the Fletcher Coffman House and barn, 6659 Emerald Parkway, adjacent to Coffman Park. Further, the Society plays a role to identify, mark and encourage preservation of historic sites and buildings in and around Dublin. Additionally, the Society encourages study of and an appreciation for Dublin history.

For many years, the Historical Society has enjoyed a partnership with the Dublin City Schools, such that the Society is asked to participate on the committee to name the schools. It is interesting to note that in the Dublin City School system:

  • Elementary buildings are often named for landmarks and for historic persons, (Indian Run, Deer Run, Eli Pinney, Glacier Ridge, Dr. Albert Chapman, Mary Emma Bailey, Olde Sawmill, Riverside, Scottish Corner, Daniel Wright, Wyandot, Griffith Thomas),
  • Middle Schools tend to be named for historic persons from the community, (John Sells, Willard Grizzell, Ann Simpson Davis, Dr. Henry W. Karrer), and
  • High Schools are named for geographic locations (Coffman Road, Scioto River, Jerome Township).

 

Upcoming Events:


An Old Fashioned Christmas at Coffman Homestead

Join us on December 2 or 9 from 2-5 pm. The twinkle of candles, the aroma of hot cider and the sounds of the season will put you in the holiday spirit. Tour the 1860s era home dressed up with festive period decorations created by The Muirfield Village Garden Club. Enjoy musical entertainment, hot cider and cookies. Visit the barn and capture a memory with a photo by the gaily decorated sleigh or by the large picturesque wreath.


Members and Guests Christmas Dinner

Morgan House will open for a private dinner for our members and guests on Tuesday, December 11. Executive Chef Shannon Terry has created a menu with delicious selections for us to enjoy. If you need a few last minute gifts or decorations you can shop in the store which will be open exclusively for us that evening. If you didn’t receive your invitation in the mail, contact Gayle at gayle@holtondesign.com.