Puppet Theater two-week camp

Children's Summer Camp

Grades 1-6
Two-weeks, 1-4:30 p.m., weekdays
July 13-17, 20-24
Register now

Join us for two weeks of afternoon fun while we build large wearable puppets and 3-D scenery, then write the script for a comical version of the Russian folktale of Baba Yaga. There will be plenty of excitement as the children outwit the evil witch! We will be working with a local artist, mural designer and art instructor to build the puppets and the scenery. There will be a performance on the last afternoon on the lawn with hand-cranked ice cream to follow. Space is limited, so don't wait to sign up!

Download our flyer. See online signup and payment options.

Hooray for That Day in May parade!

Upcoming Events

May 26-28 - Rediscover Oakwood. Longtime residents meet with high school seniors to share memories and photographs. See below.

July 13-17, 20-24 - Registration open: Children's Summer Camp. Puppet Theater! Afternoons, two weeks, for grades 1-6. More information. Register now!

Aug. 23 - Classics on the Lawn car show

Full calendar

Contact Us: Directory
Long-Romspert Homestead
1947 Far Hills Ave.
Oakwood, Ohio 45419
(937) 299-3793
info@oakwoodhistory.org
Tours by appointment.


Help our High School Seniors
Rediscover Oakwood

The Class of 2015 at Oakwood High School wants to hear your stories!

Sheeleigh Jackson has designed a new service project for her fellow seniors this year. It is called "Rediscover Oakwood." What we'd like from you are your stories. Oakwood residents have so many stories to share and we would love to have the students gather them. If you are interested in participating in a 30-minute oral history please contact Harrison Gowdy at membership@oakwoodhistory.org.

Cosponsored by the Oakwood Historical Society, Oakwood High School, and Wright Memorial Public Library.

Students: Information about how to participate.


Many photos throughout this website by Leah Konicki, ©2014.


©2014 Oakwood Historical Society
1947 Far Hills Avenue | Oakwood, OH | 45419
(937) 299-3793
info@oakwoodhistory.org