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  • Stone Academy Historic Site and Museum 115 Jefferson Street Zanesville, Ohio (map)

Enjoy the last days of summer weather along historic streets as you draw and paint images inspired by the freedom seekers of the Underground Railroad. The Underground Railroad was a network of people helping escaped slaves make their way north to freedom. Putnam is home to six buildings important to the Underground Railroad and ending slavery, including the Stone Academy and the Putnam Presbyterian Church. The ZMA is proud to partner with On the Same Page Muskingum and Muskingum County History to present an afternoon of art for the whole family in the Putnam Historic District.

Additional Information:
   Free and open to the public.
   All materials provided.
   Recommended for all ages.
   No registration required.

This program is hosted by Muskingum County History at the Stone Academy Historic Site and Museum, 115 Jefferson Street, Zanesville.

Earlier Event: September 9
DOODLEBUGS | Discovery Hour
Later Event: September 17
ART ADVENTURE | Engineering for the Birds