Come and visit our expanded location!
The Enon Community Historical Society (ECHS) has moved into its new headquarters at 45 Indian Drive, Enon, Ohio, formerly the Enon Branch of the Clark County Library. Now ECHS can expanded its services to the community! Please stop by for a visit. Our current hours of operation are listed below. Parking is available in front of the building.
Over 35 Years of Serving the Community of Enon!
Since 1977 the Enon Community Historical Society has been bringing the best to you through many special events, services and projects.
Since 1980, hosts community organizations and local area citizens' specially chosen crafts, foods, arts and entertainment. The Festival features actual demonstrations of our ancestors' work -- apple butter making -- done the old fashioned way.
The second largest conical Native American Mound in the state of Ohio has been one of the society's main thrusts. Located east of downtown, the Adena Mound clearly shows Enon life of a different kind.
Restoration of an 1830 Log Home, one of the earliest homes in Enon, has become a feature location for re-living history at its best through story telling sessions, demonstrations, and even talks with Saint Nicholas.
The home of the society is the Mike Barry Research Center, just behind the Village Government Building. Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday, and by appointment, this headquarters provides members with an extensive genealogy library as well as interesting history books of the area. From ancestor books to special collection exhibits and audiovisual documentation, the society's center comes alive for the whole family.
March - December
Tuesday 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Wednesday 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Closed Monday, Thursday, Friday, Sunday and Holidays
Closed January & February
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