FOURTH OF JULY FIREWORKs 2017

Granville's Fourth of July Fireworks are made possible through the support of the Granville Community Foundation, which covers the entire cost of the fireworks. Organized by Granville Kiwanis, Granville's Fireworks Celebration is one of the most anticipated and memorable events of the year, bringing together families, friends, and neighbors in celebration of community and our nation’s heritage. (Photo Credit: Emma Mortellaro).

GRANVILLE SETTLERS EXHIBITION OPENING

In May, 2017, the Granville Historical Society celebrated its opening of a new exhibit featuring a Conestoga wagon used by early Granville settlers. The Foundation is proud to have helped fund this exhibit. (Photo Credit: Emma Mortellaro).

 

THOREAU BICENTENNIAL

The Granville Community Foundation is proud to have helped fund the Granville Public Library’s Henry David Thoreau bicentennial celebration in May, 2017. This included tie-in programs for ages 7 to adult, a One-Book-One-Community Read, and a performance by nationally-known Thoreau portrayal artist, Dr. Kevin Radar. Read more. (Photo Credit: Emma Mortellaro).