Strongsville Historical Society
PRESERVING AND INTERPRETING THE HISTORY, SIGNIFICANCE AND TRADITIONS OF THE STRONGSVILLE AREA
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
In celebration of the city of Strongsville's 200th Birthday, the library is offering a free genealogy workshop. Join expert genealogist, Barbara Griffith, as she shares information on how you can get started researching your family history. Learn about all the wonderful resources available to the amateur genealogist.
Program sponsored by the Friends of Strongsville Library and the Strongsville Historical Society. Registration is requested and begins on July 14th. Call (440) 238-5530.
Harvest Festival at Historical Village - demonstrations, hands-on activities for the kids, petting zoo, live music performances, food, and the opportunity to tour the village. Free admission!
Antiques, Arts and Crafts Show at the Harvest Festival
Vendors Click here for more details
Chicken Dinner at Strongsville Methodist Church
13500 Royalton Road, Strongsville
This fundraiser supports ongoing projects at the Strongsville Historical Village!
Adults - $10
Children 5-10 years - $6
Under 5 years - free
Menu: Baked chicken, gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, corn, and more..plus fabulous homemade desserts!
Call 440-572 0057 to make reservations....we will call you back!
Trick or Treat at the Village - Pre-school and Kindergarten children welcome. Register for the event starting October 1st by submitting a general information form from this site, or by calling 440.572.0535. Bring a bag or pumpkin to gather goodies. Admission is $1 or one food item per person, all for the Strongsville Food Bank.
General Meeting at Strongsville Library
Program: Down by the Old Mill Stream Run
Presented by Cleveland Metroparks Historian Judy MacKeiga
Legends of Christmas Ornaments presentation at the Lathrop House meeting room in the Strongsville Historical Village
Christmas Lighting Open House at the Historical Village - most buildings will be open. Free admission but donations are always appreciated. Free shuttle to and from the Commons where other Holiday Lighting Festival activities are taking place.
Christmas Teas at the Lathrop meeting room
Christmas in the Historical Village
Gingerbread house making for children at the Lathrop meeting room on December 10th and 11th.
Sep 24 and 25
Dec 3, 4
Dec 3, 4, 10, 11