Heritage Museum Open House, presented by Brownhelm Historical Association (BHA), will be offered on Saturday, August 24 at 2 pm, Wednesday, August 28 at 2 pm and Wednesday, August 28 at 6 pm.
The Brownhelm Historical Association maintains the Brownhelm Heritage Museum at 1355 Claus Road in Vermilion. Built in 1870, it was formerly the German Evangelical and Reformed Church and was given to the association by its last 3 remaining members. The church was restored and it now houses many artifacts of Brownhelm history.
BHA Historians Marilyn Brill and Tammy Perry have put together new displays at the Heritage Museum about historic pastimes and recreation.
The Brownhelm Historical Association works to preserve the rich history of Brownhelm, Ohio. The mission of the Brownhelm Historical Association is to honor Brownhelm’s rich heritage by collecting, preserving, and interpreting the history of its people and the area. The Brownhelm Historical Association currently maintains three historic sites.