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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.
Meghan will guide you through a Vinyasa Flow (breath linked movement) class each Thursday morning 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.
This presentation covers watersheds and the connection between actions on land and water quality and quantity. The introduction includes information about water resources, current human impacts, simple hydrology, and ecosystem connections in our waterways.
Due to the impending snow storm, Historic Odessa will be closed on Tuesday, March 14. Please check back for an update on Wednesday's hours. Stay safe!
Plan to meet the renowned Delaware photographer, Kevin Fleming at his photography exhibition of beautiful Delaware photographs at the Historic Odessa Foundation. In conjunction with the photography exhibit, Definitely Delaware: Photographs by Kevin Fleming, the photographer will be in attendance to give brief remarks and take questions related to the exhibition.
The Board of Directors have announced that the Historic Odessa Foundation just recently acquired the forty-two acre field in front of the Corbit-Sharp House adjacent to the Appoquinimink River. The land was originally acquired by H. Rodney Sharp during his restoration efforts in Historic Odessa in the first half of the 20th-century.
This presentation outlines the results of an archeological research project conducted during the past 4 years by John Bansch, Coordinator of Archeology Projects at Historic Odessa.
Learn about the latest research discoveries concerning the elusive Robert May & Company, the late eighteenth century contractor of the grand William Corbit House on the Appoquinimink.
On exhibit for the first time in historic Odessa are the outstanding Delaware photographs by the renowned Delaware photographer Kevin Fleming. Explore Delaware’s three counties through the highly detailed and perfectly composed photographs of iconic scenes and hidden treasures.
Discover the fascinating registry of visitors who autographed their names and often included their hometowns and states to H. Rodney Sharp’s The Corbit House guest book.
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.
The crackle of logs on the fire, the sweet smells of apples and cinnamon, a mouthwatering chicken roasting over the coals….top off your holiday tour at the Collins-Sharp House as the Historic Odessa hearth cooks prepare delicious 18th century recipes typically enjoyed during the holiday season.