On Saturday, November 6, 2021, the Sutliff Museum will be hosting a Celebration Dinner at the Trumbull Country Club in celebration of the Sutliff Museum's 50th Anniversary.
The Sutliff Museum's 50th Anniversary Celebration Dinner will be an evening to remember! Arrive when doors open at 5:30pm to sip a cocktail, mix and mingle and get your silent auction bids and raffle tickets early! Enjoy dinner at 6:30pm with a performance by Robin Pease as Sarah Lucy Bagby, the last fugitive slave to be surrendered to the South.
As a part of our celebration, we are asking for our members to share a special memory, a favorite event, pictures, etc. These stories and pictures will be shared through out the year on our social media and compiled into a video to be shared in November.
Presenting our first digital exhibit featuring videos and artifact photographs from the Melnick Medical Museum at Youngstown State University. Dive into the 19th century and learn about the various questionable habits and product usage during the Victorian era, miasma versus contagion theories, and some diseases that were raging the population in those years. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the exhibit!
All events are subject to change. Please see our Facebook page for the most up to date information.
**The Sutliff Museum will be temporarily closed beginning 9/7/2021 for inventory and construction. Stay tuned to our website and social media channels for updates and information for our upcoming programs during this closure.