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The RunOhio Summer Cross Country events brought nearly 100 athletes to participate in the 3Ks and over 50 (mostly Granville Grade School Running Club members) ran the children’s run.
BRYN DU ART SHOW HAS PICKED ITS 2022 JUROR!
Alexandra Nicholis Coon, Executive Director for the Massillon Museum, will be the 2022 Annual Bryn Du Art Show juror.
The entry system for art submissions will be open from October 15 through January 15 for next year's show.
PLEASE SAVE THE DATES FOR MARCH 3 through 26, 2022.
WHAT'S HAPPENING TO THE HISTORIC BARN?
Thanks to donations from some caring community members and a generous grant from the Granville Community Foundation, the century-old Bryn Du Barn has gotten brand new windows! They arrived on site in May and were placed one at a time in addition to some other needed repair work. Next up, finish painting the back half of the barn exterior.
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About Bryn Du
The historic Bryn Du Mansion has dominated the landscape of this 52-acre estate in the charming village of Granville, Ohio, east of Columbus, since 1905. It’s colorful history, and the legacy of the families that lived here, add to the rich environment and unique facilities. The Bryn Du property, once known as "McCune's Villa," has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1982.
The total property consists of 52.78 acres. The front field, known as the Great Lawn or Polo Field, is 32.24 acres. There are a total of eight buildings on the remaining acreage including the Federal style Mansion, circa 1905, the 7200 sq ft Field House built in the 1990's, the 1920's Mission style Carriage House meeting space, an Art Center in the former pool house/power house, Spring House green room for performers with its own outdoor stage area, the Laundry House which is home to the Artist-in-Residence, historic Horse Barn and the Gardener’s Cottage, along with beautifully landscaped patios and gardens, including a newly designed prairie garden.
The property is managed by the Bryn Du Commission established by the Village of Granville in 2004.
The historic preservation of the property and providing facilities for the cultural, recreational and educational benefit of the community.
Bryn Du Mansion
Spring House & Stage
Laundry House, Artist-in-Residence
We look forward to your visit!