|Clearwater Historical Society ||The Clearwater Historical Society promotes the appreciation and preservation of historical Clearwater, and operates the Plumb House Museum (1380 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave, Clearwater). It is open 8:30-11:30am the first and third Thursdays from November through April.
|Greater Largo Library Foundation ||The GLLF is a non-profit organization that cultivates funding resources and advocates for the Library to enhance innovative library services for the community's educational and social enrichment.
|Largo Area Historical Society ||Meets the 2d Monday of the month (except March, July, and August) at the historic Feed Store (295 Central Park Dr., Largo, FL). Meetings start at 6:30 pm with potluck and speakers.
The Feed Store is open for public tours from 10-2pm every 1st Saturday (except July and August).
The mission of the Society is to provide historical education, promote Largo’s rich heritage, and strive for preservation of historical documents and places of interest.
In the early 1970s, an idea for a historical society evolved from the Area Development Committee of the Greater Largo Chamber of Commerce. Largo Area Historical Society, Inc. was granted a charter on October 17, 1973. Early preservation projects of the Society included saving approximately 28 of the City’s original 1915 brick streets, the Lowe Barn, and the historic Feed Store which was moved to Largo Central Park in 1992, to name just a few.