The Delaware County Historical Society will again this year conduct walks through our history and people on an
Oak Grove Cemetery Walk
Take a guided tour and see actors portraying the lives of:
Gov. Frank Willis (47th Governor of Ohio)
Dr. Hiram Perkins (namesake of Perkins Observatory)
and ten other prominent Delawareans.
Sunday, Oct. 8, 2017 (Rain date Oct. 15, 2017)
Continuing tours start at 2 pm. Last tour starts at 3:30 p. Tours last approximately 1.5 hours.
Parking will be available at the cemetery. No handicapped accessibility.
For a map and directions to Oak Grove Cemetery, click here.
This event is a Ticketed Event
Tickets for Adults* are $15 and for Children (ages 6-15) $8, *Adult Society Members $10.
Register and purchase tickets online at Eventbrite (<– Click for ticketing)
or mail check with your Name, Address, and Phone to DCHS, 2690 Stratford Rd, Delaware, OH 43015.
For more information, email email@example.com
Oak Grove Cemetery
Oak Grove Cemetery is located at 334 South Sandusky Street in the City of Delaware. Oak Grove was established in 1851 and is the largest cemetery in Delaware County, encompassing about 80 acres and approximately 22,000 interments, including those in the adjoining St. Mary Cemetery. The City of Delaware began operating Oak Grove Cemetery in 2012.
About The Society
The Delaware County Historical Society is a non-profit organization funded by donations and fueled by a marvelous corps of dedicated volunteers. We collect, conserve, research, and catalogue artifacts of historical import. We obtain, maintain, and make available to the community historic places including The Barn at Stratford. We support county school history teachers and students. We prepare and present programs (like this one) and exhibits year-round to educate and promote Delaware County History.