The Harmony Historical Society will meet at 6 p.m. Tuesday for a dinner meeting.
The dinner will be a tureen-style dinner with a program to follow. The speaker will be Florence Fisher Boozel, whose program will be about her doll collection. The public is invited to attend. Anyone attending should bring a dish to pass and their own table service. Coffee and a cold beverage will be provided.
The previous dinner meeting was held May 15. The program was given by Dan Thomas, North Harmony historian, who spoke about local Indian artifacts. He shared his knowledge of the Erie Indian Nation that once called the area home.
The society also met for a business meeting on June 5. Minutes of the previous business meeting were read and financial report was given. One of the upcoming events being planned is the dedication ceremony of a World War II bomber plaque, which will be held Sunday, July 15. The plaque is in memory of the men who were in a plane that crashed in Blockville during World War II. All of the buildings will be open for viewing at 1 p.m. The dedication ceremony will be at 3 p.m. The public is invited to attend.
The Harmony Historical Society is located on Open Meadows Road in Blockville.