Our museums will be closed on Saturday, July 2. Enjoy your 4th of July holiday!


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Sunday, July 24.

July 22 -24
Lombard Civil War Reeanactment
Four Seasons Park, Lombard

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Sun, August 21
History Book Discussion
2pm

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Registration forms are now available for the 2016 Lombard's Civil War Encampment! Read details about the July 22 - 24 event.


Community Memorial to Bill Mueller

The memorial gazebo to remember long-time Village President William "Bill" Mueller has been built!

Contributions are still being accepted at the Community Memorial Site web site.


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July 22 -24
Lombard's Civil War Reenactment
Living History for all ages!
Skirmishes! Battles! Talk to the reenactors!
New this year: Trivia Game on Friday night!
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Carriage House Capital Campaign

Why did we expand the Carriage House?

  • The Society received a $70,000 grant provided construction was completed in 2012. We met that goal on time!
  • To bring this village-owned property into ADA-compliance
  • To enhance our ability to tell Lombard’s stories through exciting and interactive exhibits
  • To add the capacity to host classrooms of students, and to offer expanded tours

Why did the Village of Lombard give money to this project?

  • Capital improvement of a village-owned property (sidewalks, sewer/water, and fire/burglar protection)
  • The village has maintained the carriage house since 1980 when it was placed on the Maple Street property
  • The Village also loaned money to the Historical Society..

I love Lombard! How can I donate to this project?

  • Thank you! Visit our donation page for details.
  • We are looking for $17,000 more to fulfill the loan.


 
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