2018 Sunday Speaker Series

In conjunction with the Warren Heritage Center * Sponsored by Paige & Byrnes Insurance

All programs will take place at The Kinsman House unless otherwise specified

303 Mahoning Ave * Warren, OH 44483

Up Next: Sunday, June 3rd @ 2pm

The Architecture of Segregation: How Redlining Reshaped Warren In partnership with The Raymond John Wean Foundation, Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership, and the YWCA.

Presented by Dr. Jason Reece, Ohio State University Asst. Professor of City & Regional Planning

LOCATION: YWCA, WARREN 375 N Park Ave Warren, OH 44481


Coming Soon:

All programs begin at 2pm and last approximately 1 hour.

Sunday, July 1st

WOW Factor: 150 Years of Collecting Bold Clothes

Presented by Patricia Edmonson, Museum Advisory Council Curator of Costume and Textiles, Western Reserve Historical Society

Image courtesy of the Western Reserve Historical Society

Sunday, August 5th

Terrorizing Immigrants and Catholics: The KKK in the 1920s

Presented by Dr. William Trollinger (right, University of Dayton

Sunday, September 2nd

The Franklin and Warren Railroad: The Backbone to the Erie Railroad

Presented by Andy Olson, Amateur Historian and Author of "Forging the Bee Line Railroad."

The Franklin & Warren Railroad c. 1863 in Kent, Ohio.

Sunday, October 7th

Big, Heavy, & Brightly Painted: The Decorative Arts of Ohio's Germanic Communities

Presented by Andrew Richmond (right), President & CEO, Wipiak Consulting and Appraisals

Sunday, November 4th

Carrie Green Mountain: The Great Migration & Emancipated Slaves in Warren, OH

A Panel Discussion

Right: Carrie Green Mountain, right, while working for the Packard family

Sunday, December 2nd

West Side & East Side: Warren's High School Rivalry

Panthers & Raiders

*Location: Warren G. Harding High School Library, 860 Elm Road, Warren, OH 44483