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Annie's G.A.LA. is Back!
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Thank You G.A.LA. 2022 Sponsors!
May 2022 Garst Museum Store Specials
Thank You, Coppock-Hole Trust!
Ring-a-ling! Take a look at our brand new phone system just installed, and much needed, at the museum! We want to give a massive thank...
Garst Receives Ohio Humanities Council Grant
Garst Museum is pleased to announce that it is the recipient of Ohio Humanities SHARP grant funds. Currently, the Museum is welcoming...
2022 Garst Museum’s Heritage Award Honors John Marchal
Serving nearly twenty years on one board might be enough for some individuals, but John F. Marchal contributed to other organizations...
Greenville—Dick Brown’s Hometown
After graduating from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and working for a year in Systems Analysis for United Technologies/Pratt and...
Remembering Freedom: James Clemens and The Longtown Settlement
Longtown was a predominantly African American settlement in Darke County that included people of African, European, and American Indian...
Park National Bank Donates to DCHS Capital Campaign
Exciting news! The Garst Museum has officially received our first corporate donation toward our Capital Campaign. A huge thank you to...
The Garst Museum Reopens February 1, 2022
The Garst Museum reopens for regular business hours on Tuesday, February 1, 2022, at 10:00 am. The museum is open Tuesday through...
Garst Museum COVID-19 Policies (Updated March 01, 2022)
As a public venue, the Garst Museum is closely following the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) recommendations...
Dec 8, 2021
Greenville, My Hometown Is Here
It is on the shelves at Garst Museum, it is being shipped to your delivery address, and it is under the tree just in time for Christmas!...
Nov 11, 2021
Remembering the Past for the Holidays
Perhaps for the Gathering at Garst, the Great Darke County Fair, or the Holidays, coming home is special. Maybe you even take a drive to...
Sep 15, 2021
Don Mong "Greenville My Hometown" Artwork Now Available Online at The Museum Store at Garst Museum
We just adore the ways in which artist Don Mong captures and illuminates the familiar places in Greenville and the surrounding area. You...
Sep 15, 2021
Garst Museum Welcomes New Development Director
The Garst Museum is pleased to announce Nancy Hegemier joined the museum staff in early August. Garst Museum CEO Dr. Clay Johnson stated...
Sep 1, 2021
A Penny for Your Thoughts…
And any of four images associated with Darke County! Yes, you can add to your collection of smashed pennies from the Empire State...
Aug 18, 2021
Don Mong to Attend Darke County Fair
Artist Don Mong will be greeting people and promoting the sale of his images of Greenville and Darke County at the Great Darke County...
Aug 18, 2021
The Gathering at Garst 2021
Thank you for making this year's Gathering a success! Check out the Gathering's Facebook page for lots of great images of the weekend.
Jul 13, 2021
Don Mong Artwork: The Passion Behind the Print
What is your favorite hometown memory? There are so many, yet a few stand out in our hearts forever. Donald Mong, a Greenville native,...
Jul 1, 2021
The Darke County Research Center is Now Open to the Public
Effective June 02, 2021, the Darke County Research Center is open to the public during regular Garst Museum hours. For those wishing to...