The Village of Galena Ohio, in Delaware County, invites you to join their Heritage Day celebration.
The feature of the celebration is the Grand Opening of the Galena Museum
The celebration will take place at the Galena Village Hall at 109 Harrison Street in Galena Ohio.
Refreshments will be served.
This Galena Museum and this event are sponsored by the Galena Historic Foundation.
About The Galena Historic Foundation
The Galena Historic Foundation has a mission “to keep the history of Galena Ohio alive”. It does this through an active Facebook page with historic photographs and lively discussions of Galena’s past. The Galena Historic Foundation is listed on the Delaware County Historical Society website Historic Resources page.
About The Village of Galena Ohio
Galena sits at the confluence of the Little and Big Walnut Creeks, the headwaters of Hoover Reservoir, just north of Columbus, Ohio. Established in 1809 as a milling center, the Village is best known for the Galena Shale Tile and Brick Company which operated from the 1890s until 1983. Galena’s historic New England style downtown still boasts structures built in the 1820s and bustles with restaurant and pub activity today. Galena’s 2010 Census population was 687. Much of the original Village includes older homes, while newer subdivisions began being built in 2005.