As the MHF Board restructures, the Fall Community Meetings are going on
hiatus. We are discussing new programs and events for our members and
the Matthews history community. Please check the Special Interest column
to the right for upcoming events. We hope to announce some new ideas
for the spring and next fall.
Thank you for your continued interest and support of the Matthews Historical Foundation. By investing in the past, we can insure the future.
Read the latest issue of Foundations, MHF newsletter.
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In this issue:
- Haunted Night at the Museum
- 19th Annual Autumn Dinner
- Community Meetings Updates
- Matthews Heritage Museum Docents and Volunteers
- Museum News
- more . . .
The R.F. Outen Pottery in Matthews opened in the early 1950s. In the Matthews-Mint Hill Weekly, MHF President Paula Lester states that "it is the last piece in the Matthews history puzzle". The Town of Matthews along with the Arts and Science Council and the Charlotte Mecklenburg Historic Landmarks Commission conducted a feasiblity study focusing on the property. Read the
Matthews-Mint Hill Weekly article and follow the button link for photos and information about the Outen Pottery.
Let me welcome you to the updated Matthews Historical Foundation (MHF) website. If you’re a member of MHF, we thank you for your support of Matthews history. If you’ll like to become a member, please click on our membership form. If you’re new to MHF, we want to offer you the opportunity to be part of the history activities in Matthews.