Licking County Historical Society
Upcoming Events:

May
See You On the Bus!
Saturday, May 26
Northern po
rtion of the Ohio & Erie Canal
$40 members/$50 non-members/$30 for 12 &
under.*
Join LCHS & tour guide Doug Smith on a
scenic tour along the original path of the Ohio
& Erie Canal. End the day with a stop in
Roscoe Village and a ride on the Monticello III.
*Price includes ticket, box lunch, snacks & water, and
canal boat ride ticket.


July
Veterans' Park Flea Market
Fri. & Sat., July 14 & 15
$20/$15 for vendor booth space
Join LCHS for an open-air market at Veterans'
Park. Find antiques, collectibles, arts & crafts,
jewelry & more.
Vendors, reserve your booth space now!
All items sold by LCHS are donated.
All proceeds benefit LCHS.
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Calling all High School Seniors!

The Licking County Historical Society is proud to offer once again the D. Robert Tharp Scholarship for 2018!
This one-time $500 scholarship will be awarded to one Licking County graduating senior with a grade point average of 3.0 or
higher who plans to pursue studies in education, history, historic preservation, or religion.

To apply, please complete this form:
2018 application.

Once you have completed your application, gather an essay detailing your career goals and interests as well as your financial
need and a letter of recommendation for a teacher, guidance counselor, or other pertinent adult. Mail your full application to:

The Licking County Historical Society
c/o Scholarship Committe
P.O. Box 785
Newark, OH 43058

Deadline to apply is April 27, 2018.
Listed below are several of the canal tour's highlighted "on-the-ground" site
locations:

  • Canal Lock #9 and Locktender's House, Newark
  • Guard Lock 16 near Black Hand Gorge
  • Triple Locks at Dresden
  • Locks 15 &16 Tuscarawas (Upper Trenton)
  • Roscoe Village Locks 26 & 27
  • Triple Walhonding Locks
  • Canal boat ride on the Monticello III

In addition, we will view a number of additional locks, historic buildings and
towns, and other significant and interesting locales from the bus. In many places,
the canal sites have been supplanted by roads and highways such as Ohio route  16  
and U.S. route 36, as well as county and township roads and village streets.

Fresh  boxed lunches, snacks and bottled water will be provided for our guests.

Please wear comfortable shoes and clothing. For the most part, the sites we'll visit are
cleared and accessible, although several of the sites could be muddy, with twigs and
small branches on the nearby ground. By their nature, some of the sites are hilly, wet
or muddy and not handicap accessible.
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