The October meeting of the Searcy County Historical Society will be held at 7 p.m., Friday, Nov. 3 in the First Christian church. The topic will be Searcy County Properties on the National Register of Historic Places. Currently there are 52 properties located in Searcy County listed on the National Register of Historic Places and two on the Arkansas Register of Historic Places. Two sites are pre-contact archeological sites and the rest are buildings and houses, and all of them contribute significantly to Arkansas’ rich history. This talk will explain what characteristics a property needs to be included on the Registers and what being on the Registers means. A few properties will be highlighted, and you are encouraged to visit arkansasheritage.com to search for Searcy County properties and come with contributions of your personal knowledge of these properties to be added to the record.