The last time the Caledonian Society Pipe & Drums played at the Museum’s campus.

You won’t want to miss this family friendly event featuring the Cincinnati Caledonia n Society Drum & Bagpipes Band on the front lawn of Bonaventure.

Member Robert Reid will lead the band playing popular Scottish tunes everyone loves. Light supper fare will be served on the veranda with adult beverages available for a donation (half the proceeds go to the performers).

Bring a friend, a lawn chair or blanket for seating, take a tour through the museum and log cabin, and enjoy the music and meeting old and new friends.

The Loveland Museum Center is located in the West Loveland Historic District on the bank of the State and National Scenic Little Miami River.

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  1. Bonaventure: Completed in 1862 as the home of Dr. John S. Law, father of Loveland’s first mayor, Bonaventure is the setting for the permanent exhibitions featuring a slice of life from the Victorian era. The home has been lovingly refurbished and renovated to include formal and family parlors, a dining room, two bedrooms, and a kitchen. The kitchen has been decorated with items from the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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