Carole Starre-Kmiecik, who portrays many women of history, will bring her one-woman show, portraying Clara Barton, founder of the US Red Cross, to the National McKinley Birthplace Memorial Auditorium on Saturday March 18, 2017 at 2PM. Admission to this family event is free. This event is the first in the series of centennial events we have planned for this year.
Our Curator, Trish Scarmuzzi, wrote the next in the Tribune Chronicle’s weekly series. http://www.tribtoday.com/news/local-news/2017/12/mckinleys-mother-remembered-as-a-robust-woman/
One hundred sixty-two people enjoyed McKinley Christmas 2017 at the National McKinley Birthplace Memorial.
Mike Wilson as President William McKinley spoke and led tours.
Pianist Clay Colley entertained us with jazz arrangements of popular Christmas tunes.
Guitarist Phil Monren entertained with classical stylings of Christmas carols.
And members of Natalie’s Dance Company danced for the attendees.
We hope all enjoyed the show. We certainly did!
The National McKinley Birthplace Memorial announced the jury of architects who would choose the design of the building on this date in 1914. http://mckinley.advantage-preservation.com/Viewer/?pt=31188&by=1914&bm=12&bd=5&pbd=12/05/1914-12/05/1914&fn=the_niles_daily_news_usa_ohio_niles_19141205_english_4&page=1&df=1&dt=8&tc=8&cnt=United%20States%20of%20America&sn=Ohio&cn=Niles&pn=The%20Niles%20Daily%20News
Thanks to Michelle Alleman for writing this week’s article for the Tribune Chronicle.
The next in the Tribune Chronicle’s weekly series. http://www.tribtoday.com/news/local-news/2017/11/teddy-roosevelt-picked-for-navy-job/
Here is the next in the Tribune Chronicle’s weekly series about William McKinley: http://www.tribtoday.com/news/local-news/2017/11/mckinleys-are-joined-for-thanksgiving-dinner/
With thanks to Patrick Finan, here is the next in the Tribune Chronicle’s weekly series. We knew the White House was in bad shape when the McKinley lived there. And ironically, we were just discussing the state of the White House when the Roosevelts moved in with Theodore Roosevelt recently. Here is the article: