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PRESERVING AND INTERPRETING THE HISTORY, SIGNIFICANCE AND TRADITIONS OF THE STRONGSVILLE AREA

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​​Strongsville Historical Society Harvest Festival on the Historical VIllage grounds.  Many live performances and hands on activities.  Something for all members of the family, free admission!  Tickets for the quilt raffle are $1 each or 6 for $5.  Tickets for the cow pie lottery are $5 each, win up to $2,000 if the entire grid of tickets for this lottery is sold in time for the cow to "make her deposit" in one of the squares on the lawn!  Contact Dana Martin at (440) 572-1353 for cow pie tickets.


​Strongsville Historical Society Old Fashioned Chicken Dinner at the Strongsville United Methodist Church at 13500 Royalton Rd. This great Sunday dinner includes chicken, side dishes, rolls, beverage and dessert.    Adults $10; Children 5 to 10 years $6; Children under 5 are free.  Please call 440-572-0057 for tickets and reservations.  Tickets go fast for this event so order early.  


Trick or Treat at the Historical Village


October General Meeting - The Strongsville Branch Library in collaboration with the Strongsville Historical Society present a stroll down memory lane to Strongsville in the 1860s.  Relive early farm life and see how one family happily lived and survived on a dairy farm, which was recognized in 1976 by the national bicentennial as the only century farm remaining in Cuyahoga County owned by the same family.  Carol Maatz will share family and local photos, history, and memorabilia in this fascinating presentation.  A short Strongsville Historical Society meeting will precede the presentation. Registration is requested by calling 440-238-5530.


Strongsville Holiday Lighting Ceremony - the Historical Village will be decorated and open to the public


Christmas in the Village and Christmas Teas in the Lathrop House great room.

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