Celebrate Black History month by visiting the Historic Odessa Foundation’s National Park Service Network to Freedom exhibit, “Freedom Seekers: the Odessa Story”. With your guide, follow in the footsteps of Sam, a fugitive slave escaping bondage in Maryland who sought refuge in 1845 in the National Historic Register Corbit-Sharp House.
History Comes Alive! The Historic Odessa Foundation’s school program offers educators a well-documented, interactive and hands-on sampler of 18th century life in colonial Delaware. Although designed specifically with Delaware teachers in mind, our program is broad enough to accommodate school from other states, homeschoolers, youth organizations and summer camps.
2017 promises to be an exciting year for the Historic Odessa Foundation!
Please join us for a Welcome Back Brunch on Monday, February 27th at 10am in the Bank.
By Invitation Only!. RSVP via email or phone.
Meghan will guide you through a Vinyasa Flow (breath linked movement) class each Tuesday evening in the beautiful Visitor's Center, 201 Main St., Odessa. Beginners are always encouraged to try their first class here in our non-judgmental and welcoming community.