Clermont County Historical Society
Welcome to the Clermont County Historical Society. We strive to preserve and interpret Clermont County, Ohio's history. CCHS has the unique role of being the keeper of the County's memories and heritage. Founded in 1958, we have been active for over 50 years. We are a non-profit, 501(c)3 organization. Please explore this website, and feel free to reach out to us, please Contact Us.
Clermont County Historical Society March Meeting
The CCHS will meet Friday April 17 at 7:30 pm in room S143 , Clermont College, 4200 Clermont College Drive, Batavia. The featured speaker will be Mary Campbell of the Clermont County Historical Society. On April 9, 1865, General Robert E. Lee surrounded to General Grant at Appomattox Court House, Virginia to end the Civil War. Mary will discuss this meeting and what happened to the men that attended.
The meeting is free and open to the public.
If you have an idea for a PROGRAM for our meetings in 2015, please let us know at Clermonths@aol.com.
"Grassy Run Heritage Rendezvous"
Celebrating twenty-four years of historical education, the "Grassy Run" organization will kick off this annual event on Friday April 24, from 9 am till 3pm with its highly successful school day program. Children from all over the Greater Cincinnati area will converge on Williamsburg, Ohio, Clermont County, for this one of a kind historical and educational event.
Saturday April 25 from 10 am till 6pm and Sunday April 27 from 11 am till 3 pm the event opens up to the public. The Lock, Stock, and Barrel children's area will be open along with many demonstrations and entertainment each hour of the day!
With approximately one hundred participants in period dress, this is an event you will not want to miss. Come and experience Greater Cincinnati's most family friendly and unique Historical festival!
We are 38 miles east of Cincinnati, off of State Route 32 in Williamsburg, Ohio. The encampment is located on 150 East Main Street Williamsburg
Do you struggle to think of gift ideas for friends and family who seem to have everything? Don't panic. We've come to the rescue with unique gifts for people who are hard to buy for. You might even find a few presents you'd like to purchase for yourself.
Visit the General Store for books and other historical items from Clermont County. Please order early as it take a couple weeks for delivery. We are sorry but we are not able to process credit card and only accept checks or money orders.
Another great gift for those hard to buy for is a membership to the Clermont County Historical Society.
1) Receive 10 monthly issues of our 6 page Clermont Historian", with news about current Society happenings, and historical stories of interest.
2) Attend 10 monthly meetings, with guest speaker programs. Normally, Winter meetings are at 12:30 pm. on the 4th Saturdays, Summer meetings at 7:30 pm. on the 3rd Fridays. Consult the "Calendar of Events" page.
3) Shop our General Store and take a 10% discount on all orders.
4) Receive discounts at other associated Ohio Historical Societies.