First Lady & Red Dress exhibit-NOW
The Hayes Museum combines White House history and the timely issue of women's heart health in its newest exhibit, Dressed for Life: First Ladies' & Red Dress Collection exhibit.
Presidential History Book Club
Pack a lunch and come to the Hayes Presidential Center to learn about U.S. Presidents during the Presidential Book Club series.
GroveFest - July 25
The Hayes Presidential Center offers a summertime family event with two components - free daytime activities for all ages that focus on nature and the outdoors - and an evening adults-only auction fundraiser.
Free outdoor concerts at the home of 19th U.S. President Rutherford B. Hayes.
Hayes Croquet Club
The Hayes Presidential Center Croquet Club was established March 30, 2009. Equipment and croquet courts (on the lawn of the Hayes Home) are provided by the Center.
1860s Base Ball - season
The Hayes Presidential Centers Spiegel Grove Squires demonstrate how baseball was played in the sport's earliest years - the 1860s.
Second Saturdays series
The Hayes Presidential Center presents a series of interactive fun-oriented history sessions designed for children and adults.
The Hayes Presidential Center combines its children's exercise program with its hands-on educational series for a Saturday full of fun for kids and parents/adult companions.
The Hayes Presidential Center offers genealogy classes to help you uncover your family roots.
Unearthing Your Roots with Ohios Papers on Chronicling America
Saturday, July 18
10:30 - 12:00
Over 318,000 pages of historic Ohio newspapers covering 1836-1922 are available for free online, representing 58 counties and over 70 newspaper titles! Learn how you can use this content on the Library of Congress website Chronicling America and find clues to your family history.
Dressed for Life exhibit
The new exhibit in the Hayes Museum focuses on White House history and the timely issue of women's heart health.