To bridge the gap between the present and the past through public education, social functions and the preservation of local landmarks.
The Miamisburg Historical Society is a volunteer organization dedicated to the collection and preservation of data, artifacts and memorabilia relating to the history of the Star City and Miami
Township. The Miamisburg Historical Society invites others who love and appreciate Miamisburg to join the Society in its search for our past as a means of enhancing our lives today, and the lives of
future generations. It is your town. It is your Society. Join today!
The Executive Board of the Miamisburg Historical Society meets the third Thursday of the month at the Market Square Building. Meetings are open to the public.
MIAMISBURG HISTORICAL SOCIETY RECEIVES 2019 OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FOR BICENTENNIAL VIDEO
Since 1960 , the Ohio Local History Alliance, in partnership with the Ohio History Connection, has led the state in recognizing excellent projects, publications and programs produced by Ohio’s local museums and related organizations. This year the Miamisburg Historical Society was selected as the recipient of the 2019 Outstanding Achievement Award in the category of “History Outreach: Media and Publications” for organizations operating on a budget of under $25,000 for the Bicentennial DVD project “The River Runs Through: 200 Years of History in Miamisburg, Ohio”. The award certificate will be presented at an annual meeting luncheon of the Ohio Local History Alliance at the Crown Plaza in Dublin, Ohio on October 5th. Co-producers Bobbye Sweny and Dr. Carol O’Connell along with videographer-editor John Warrington and narrator Kevin Scheuller will accept the award on behalf of the Miamisburg Historical Society. Nearly a year in the making, this project involved many people and countless hours of research, script writing, photography and video editing along with generous help of the staff at the Miami Valley Communications Council who provided their facilities and talents to enhance the program. It is a great honor for the City of Miamisburg to be recognized by the OLHA and the Ohio History Connection for this Bicentennial program. <
We are a non-profit organization and always encourage volunteers. If you have a particular area of interest or simply want to serve your community, contact us for a list volunteer opportunities.
Miamisburg Historical Society
4 N Main St
Miamisburg, Ohio 45342
Phone: (937) 859-5000