Three events take place this week that are worth attending. These events and others of a similar nature may be found by logging onto / bookmarking www.News-Herald.com/calendar, www.lakehistoryalliance.org, wwwfairportlighthouse.com, or www.morleylibrary.org
Monday, September 24th -- Flying with the First Families
7pm at Morley Public Library
John L. Haigh Sr., former chief steward of Air Force One will be on hand to share his program titled 'Flying with the First Families: My Honor to Serve the Presidents.' His talk will share his experiences flying with our U.S. Presidents and their families. Unique anecdotes and primary source tales will be shared with the audience from Chief Steward Haigh's insider perspective.
Thursday, September 27th -- Fairport Harbor Profiles
7pm at Harding High School Auditorium
The sixth installment of Fairport's Bicentennial Year Lecture Series will highlight three notable figures in the Village history. Family members will be the keynote speakers as they share the histories of N. Rasmussen, USLSS Chief circa 1900, Dr. Amy Kaukonen - First Women Mayor in Ohio, and Donald Blakeslee - WWII Flying Ace.
September 29th -- Perry Historical Society Plans 20th Anniversary Party
2-5pm at Perry Historical Museum
This Saturday will mark the 20th anniversary celebration for the Perry Historical Society. the museum will be open for tours, children's musical entertainment and games. The highlight of this free afternoon will be a historical appearance by Confederate General Jeb Stuart and wife Flora, portrayed by Dan and Ruth Frazier.
Once again as you travel the roads of Lake County, its past history permeates from all corners of its landscape. Stop by one or all of these events this week and take the time to learn the stories from your hometowns.