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The Garden and Front Porch Tour has unfortunately been canceled.

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June 13 from 10 am to 3 pm

Enjoy strolling through gardens of Old Town on the Carmel Clay Historical Society’s Garden and Front Porch Tour! Learn about the history of Carmel, delight in the ambiance of the homes and lush gardens of Carmel’s oldest streets, and get to know some of  Carmel’s most unique characters.

Maps for this self-guided tour will include historical information about some of the homes and biographies of some interesting figures in the city’s past. Tickets can be purchased for $10 on the day of the event on the Monon Greenway just outside the Monon Depot Museum, 211 1st Street SW, Carmel.

Yoga on the Lawn will start Friday June 5th!

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DreamAlive Kid’s Xmas Party

December 10, 2014

It is good to see our board members volunteering for a good cause! Nick Davis, Don Allen and Whitney Dennis volunteered at this year’s DreamAlive Kid’s Christmas Party.  For more information about DreamAlive, click here.FullSizeRender FullSizeRender1

The 18th annual Holiday Home Tour was a lot of fun!  The tour began at the beautiful Coxhall Mansion. From there participants toured four gorgeous homes in Carmel: the 1999 Indy Dream Home, the oldest residence in Old Town, a charming ranch home on Main Street, and the historic McShane Home on Range Line Road.

We’d like to thank all those who attended, and we hope you enjoyed it and will come back again next year! A special thanks to all the volunteers who worked so hard to make this year’s tour the best so far!10848054_878060602225410_7532904616793942686_n 10154388_878067598891377_2802270727695252565_n 10404252_874319842599486_5504920431226236868_n 10411202_878073595557444_8426170434084326407_n 10425482_873407476024056_5407390638436874339_n

Volunteer Sessions

December 3, 2014

Did you know that the Carmel Clay Historical Society is the sole repository for all of the documents, photographs and stories pertaining to the history of Carmel?

If you want to learn more about your local history and make friends with similar interests, (while doing some good in the community!) then consider becoming a CCHS volunteer. The time commitment is….whatever you make it! And we have opportunities for everyone.

 

Stay tuned for more information about upcoming volunteer information sessions.