Andrew L. Tuttle Memorial Museum
Archaeology and Fort Defiance Artifacts
Defiance During Times of War and Conflict: 1638-1843
F.C. Duerk Passenger Car Patent Model
Refreshed - B&O Railroad Depot and Defiance Train
2017 EVENT SCHEDULE
Tuttle Special Event
The Andrew L. Tuttle Memorial Museum presents
DEFIANCE DURING TIMES OF WAR AND CONFLICT: 1638-1843
This major exhibition at the Tuttle focuses on the conflict of cultures and
the impact that our nation's wars had on the history of Northwest Ohio and
The Grand Opening of this exhibition will be held on
Thursday, March 23, 2017, at 7:30 pm
and will begin with a program presented by Randal Buchman and Richard Witteborg
at the Stroede Center for the Arts, 319 Wayne Avenue, Defiance.
The new exhibition will be available to view at the Tuttle Museum
after the program.
Defiance College Event
Thursday, April 20
"Becoming a Futurist"
Presenter - David J. Stanley, Ph. D., Director of The Harvey
Goldberg Center for Excellence in Teaching at The Ohio
Schomburg Auditorium - Defiance College Campus
Hall of Fame
Friday, May 12
Stroede Center for the Arts
319 Wayne Avenue
The Tuttle will be open following the induction program.
Saturday, May 13
10:00 A.M to 4:00 P.M.
Fifty and Still Going
June - Date to be announced
McDonald Design and Build, Inc.
There is an easy accessibility entrance to the Stroede Center for the Arts on Third Street.
All programs sponsored by the Andrew L. Tuttle Memorial Museum are open to the public and are free of charge.