Due to construction, our local office is closed to the public. All activities are online until further notice.

Adventures at the Aegis with S. Todd Holden

Brooms Bloom Dairy 1700 S. Fountain Green Rd., Bel Air, MD

Todd Holden, celebrated photographer, writer, journalist will share tales of his years as an Aegis reporter and photographer in Harford County.  Todd’s memories and photographs of the famous Rapp Brown trial, the fury of Agnes, the storm that threatened the Conowingo Dam and the many charming characters, along with some villains, that he encountered in... Read More >

Genealogy Research Resources for African American Ancestors

Online Event

The Wednesday, June 8th, 7 pm Genealogy program will feature Genealogist Mary Schweers in a special program honoring Juneteenth just a bit early. The presentation will provide information on the locations of Genealogical Research Resources for African-American Ancestors. Ms. Schweers will highlight areas of research that might otherwise be overlooked in your genealogy search and... Read More >

Harford’s Suffrage Movement Leads to the League of Women Voters

Little Falls Friend's Meeting House 719 Old Fallston Rd, Fallston, MD

Amy Rosenkrans is a noted expert on the Women’s Suffrage movement in Harford County. Rosenkrans is a lifelong resident of Havre de Grace and has served as an educator in Prince George’s County, Baltimore City and at Havre de Grace High School. In 2021, she was elected to the Board of Directors of the Maryland... Read More >

The Environmental Movement in Harford County

Online Event

In 1972, Bob Chance founded the Susquehannock Environmental Center, a recycling facility that operated for more than 30 years. The Center was the nation’s oldest continually operating recycling center, surviving fire, unfavorable political climates and more, before closing in 2004. Chance served as a beloved teacher at Bel Air High School and C. Milton Wright... Read More >