MUSEUMS AND HISTORIC SITES OF GREATER CINCINNATI
Working Towards A Brighter Future
ABOUT MUSEUMS AND HISTORIC SITES OF GREATER CINCINNATI
Who We Are
The Museums and Historic Sites of Greater Cincinnati (MHS) is a community of small to mid-sized historic sites, libraries and museums that keeps the region’s history relevant through programing, collaboration, education and professional development for MHS member organizations. Every MHS member has unique stories and experiences to share with the public- teachers, students and history buffs alike. Museums and Historic Sites of Greater Cincinnati promotes:
Cultivation of identity and critical skills.
Creating the foundation for strong communities and promote economic growth.
Encouraging citizen engagement and leadership.
Preservation of our legacy.
MHS proudly supports the American Association of State and Local History’s History Relevance Campaign.
Benefits of joining MHS include:
We meet on the second Monday from 10 a.m. to noon, save July and December. Our meetings are held at a different member site every month. Interested in Joining MHS? Our annual membership fee is only $35 per organization! Learn more about how you can get become a member by reaching out to our Vice President, Kelsey Stryffe at firstname.lastname@example.org or by contacting us below. Also, keep up with the latest news about meetings, events and opportunities by subscribing to the MHS List Serve.
Monthly meetings and networking opportunities where you can share your successes and challenges.
Receive advice from your talented and knowledgeable MHS colleagues on topics common to our organizations.
Take part in effective and empowering professional development sessions that increase your organizational efficiency so you can do more of what you love to do.
Increase your organization's exposure through marketing opportunities, including digital and other opportunities.
Making A Difference In Our Community
"The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members."
Coretta Scott King
Interested in learning more about Museums and Historic Sites of Greater Cincinnati? Drop us a line to learn more about our work and how you can get involved. Don't forget to keep up with the latest organizational news by subscribing to our MHS list serve!