Early People From Aurora Who Helped Make Cincinnati Famous

Talk about Aurora History is a roundtable discussion held four times a year at the Local History Library at the Depot. This program is conducted by Roy Lambert who recently presented his 100th Talk.  This program has proven to be very successful, and it may be that this is the only library in the area holding this type of historical roundtable.

This is quite an interesting event for those who are local history buffs and is also helpful to those new to the community searching for details of Aurora.  And, of course, it provides humor, as the attendees share their own folklore.

Various subjects are discussed.  Some past events have included churches, doctors, schools, ferries, businesses, World War II, even caves and the Underground Railroad. Our topic this month is Early People From Aurora Who Helped Make Cincinnati Famous.  Talk About Aurora History begins at 6:00 P.M., is open to the public, and is free of charge. New topic suggestions are always welcome.

Come and join us for an educational, but also entertaining evening on Tuesday, July 23, 2019.  Remember Talk About Aurora History is held at The Local History Library @ The Depot located at 510 Second Street.  For more information you may phone the History Library at 812-926-0646 ext. #3.