2022 Fun & Free Lecture Series

ARCH lecture series wrapping up ARCH’s 2022 Fun & Free Lecture Series wraps up May 16 by with an exploration of "Urban Farmhouses." The 11 a.m. lecture at The History Center will be presented by ARCH's popular researcher and lecturer Karen Richards who will share what she has learned looking for these special residences. Our [...]

Built Heritage ABCs

ARCH Inc. presents its Built Heritage ABCs for children of all ages to enjoy and learn from. We hope our hometown ABCs will be a good electronic book to share while you learn about the wonderful, rich, beautiful variety of buildings and places in our home, its cities, towns and countryside. We hope you [...]

Rankin House: Little House, Big History

Welcome to the newest tour created by ARCH Inc. It's a virtual, video tour of all 180 years of the history and heritage of the Alexander R. Rankin House, our home, where the walls should be bursting at the seams with all the stories. ARCH is able to share this tour with the help [...]

Virtual program: By the Numbers

Here it is! ARCH's first foray into virtual programming is an exploration of "Historic Preservation: By the Numbers," led by Executive Director Connie Haas Zuber, who was going to present this topic on our lecture series. But it's a virtual lecture, a video, instead. We hope you enjoy it, are impressed by the immensity [...]

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2020 Fun & Free Lecture Series

Explore how our past makes our present and future better The ARCH Inc. Fun & Free lecture series kicks off in January with an exploration of how Petula Clark’s classic song “Downtown” is a valuable guide to understanding our city today. Its four following monthly installments through May cover topics ranging from our [...]