Public Programs – 2018

Monon Wednesdays

Check our website to see where we will be on the last Wednesday of each month at 5:30pm.  It’s a great time to gather with friends and talk about… whatever!

Art from the Carmel Clay Historical Society’s Collection – Exhibit Opening March 30, 5-7pm

Artwork from the CCHS collection that will be on display at the Children’s Art Gallery (40 W. Main St) from March 30 – April 29. All are invited to attend an open house for the exhibit on April 13 from 5-7pm.

The Great War – Exhibit Opening April 14, 1-4pm

CCHS members are invited to preview our exhibit commemorating the WWI Centennial on April 13, 5-7pm!

Spring Luncheon – April 15, 1-3pm

See old friends, make new ones, and share your love of local history and community at the Carmel Clay Historical Society’s Spring Luncheon at Woodland Terrace. This year’s presentation will showcase men’s and women’s fashion throughout history.

Cycling Through History – Exhibit Opening May 19, 1-4pm

CCHS members are invited to preview the exhibit on May 18, 5-7pm!

Remembering Dale Graham – September 27, 7pm

Carmel Clay Historical Society is partnering with the Carmel Education Foundation in a fundraising event that will celebrate the legacy of Dale Graham with a multi-media presentation on his life as a youngster, a college student, a young educator, and a respected principal of CHS. The event will be held in Carmel High School’s Dale E. Graham Auditorium. Click here to purchase tickets.

Holiday Home Tour – November 30 – December 1


Speaker Series

Thursday, April 12, 7pm: Honoring Indiana’s Special Role in WWI by Jim Corridan at the Carmel Clay Public Library’s Program Room

State Archivist and Chairperson of the Indiana World War I Centennial Committee, Jim Corridan, will discuss the Hoosiers that made notable contributions to the War. He will also describe upcoming events in Indiana commemorating WWI.

Tuesday, May 15, 7pm: The Geology beneath Carmel by Dan Kelleher at the Carmel Clay Public Library’s Program Room

Geologist Dan Kelleher shares his findings from recent drilling in Carmel that uncovered a geologic record of past glaciations that tell a story about depositional history and associated engineering properties.

Sunday, September 16, 2-4pm: Screening of OMNI Centre for Public Media’s Historical Farms of Clay Township documentary at the Carmel Clay Public Library’s Program Room

OMNI Centre presents documentaries about Cricklewood Farm and Block Farm.