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​​10 points of interest have been marked by QR codes around the Historical Village.  Download a free QR scanner on your smartphone or find them using this paper.  See if you can find them all!

​Nov 19

​Dec 2, 3

Dec 2, 3, 9, 10

​Dec 12

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​​​​The Strongsville Historical Society will be participating in Strongsville's “Winter Wonderland Lighting on the Commons” on Sunday November 19, 2017.  Our Historic Buildings will be open from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm decorated for their period in history, and there will also be a holiday sale in the Lathrop House.  Please take advantage of this special time to celebrate the beginning of the Holiday Season.  Call 440-572-0057 for more details.

Have tea in the beautifully restored Lathrop House in the Strongsville Historic Village, 13305 Pearl Road (just North of Rte. 82) on Dec. 2 & 3, 2017,  from 2 to 4 pm.  Enjoy Tantalizing Teas, Sumptuous Sandwiches, Designer Desserts, Boutique Baskets and Engaging Entertainment completing this year’s Holiday Theme.  Tickets are $20 per person.  Peruse the Historic Village that is all decked out in vintage Christmas décor.  Parking is free.  Call (440) 572-4967 for reservations.

The GIFT of an Olde Fashioned Christmas is waiting for you in the Strongsville Historic Village!  The eight buildings and the grounds in the Village will be decorated in the style that covers the 150 years the village represents.  Tell Santa your wishes, view the Model Railroad display, buy some presents at the Olds General Store, or enjoy Mrs. Claus’ refreshments.  Participate in a settler’s celebration with the pioneer family in the Log Cabin on Dec. 2 and 3 from 2-5 pm.  Make a gingerbread house guided by Girl Scouts on Dec. 9 and 10 from 2-5 pm in the Lathrop House Great Room.  Free parking is provided.  Call 440-572-0057 for information.  This is a free event but donations are delightfully welcome. 

Join the Historical Society at the Strongsville United Methodist Church at 13500 Royalton Rd for a presentation by Don Shearer and Carl Fernstrum to learn more about the history of Christmas carols.