Regular 2nd Thursday meeting at 107 Union St, the speaker Jenny Larmouth shared memorabilia from her aunt Garelyne Sights.
Ann Gipson will be the featured speaker on the history of Earlington School
Speaker Sid Easley of Murray will talk about his book A Courthouse Tragedy- Politics, Murder and Redemption in a Small Town. Programs are open to the public. -
Attended by 100 visitors and several volunteers, the Open House showcased new TV and video equipment in Carl Veazey’s presentations.
The HSHC would like to thank Richard Frymire, Bill Corum, and Dave Litchfield for their specified donations in helping the Historical Society of Hopkins County obtain a 50″ TV and Blue-Ray player to use in meeting functions and in the Library to showcase our growing historical videos about Hopkins County. Their contributions enhance our ability to achieve our goal of sharing Hopkins County’s history. Thank you gentlemen so much for your donations. Photo provided by Gina Munger
Thursday March 13, 2014 starting 6:00 pm at The Depot, Historical Society meeting will feature Steve Ray who will present The Kennedy Assasination: The Cars, The Caskets, and the Funeral directors.
Regular meetings are second Thursday of each month and due to a consistent large attendance have been moved from the museum to the Depot on West Arch St for plenty of seating. Come and bring a friend. Meetings and programs are open to the public.
April program will Feature Bill Corum and the construction of Highway 62. And coming soon will be programs by Sid Easley, Ann Gipson and Virginia Larmouth.
Weather permitting, the Historical Society will have its regular second Thursday monthly meeting at the museum. Our program will be presented by Barry Duvall of Muhlenberg County, whose subject will be the Browder Mine Disaster of February 10, 1910.
Meeting will be at 6 pm. Please check if you have doubts before traveling and remember if school is out for weather the museum is closed too!
Celebrating it’s 40th Anniversary, the Society typically follows the
local government holiday schedule and is closed on Martin Luther King Day,
A special display added will highlight the life and impact Martin Luther King had from a Hopkins County viewpoint.Being hosted by Historical Society member Margie Bowman, the open house event is the first of several special 40th Anniversary events scheduled for the Society this 2014 year.