“Old Homes of Waterville” offers a look at several dozen of the city’s most interesting landmarks. Selections were based upon historical significance, who lived there, changing architectural styles and availability of “before and after pictures,” that is, both vintage and current photos. The program is free and open to the public.
Local historian Jim Conrad is a native of Waterville. He taught American history in the Toledo Public School System for thirty-five years and currently serves as President of the Waterville Historical Society. The programs are free and open to anyone 50 years or older. Reservations are required and may be made by either visiting Browning’s Registration Event on the campus from 2:00 to 4:00 on Tuesday, March 5. OR by simply calling Molly Good at 419-360-5141.