Explore the rise and the fall and the spirit of a gritty city that clawed its way back featuring more than 200 photos and 65 lost landmarks from the 1800s to today. Author Laura DeMarco will take guests on a visual and oral tour through Cleveland’s glorious past and the ghosts that inspire us today.
Tuscarawas County, just 90 miles south of Cleveland, is home to several signature attractions that have become traditions for locals and visitors alike. In Dover, the JE Reeves Victorian Home celebrates Christmas by decorating each of the 17 rooms of the home as the Dover Historical Society welcomes visitors from November 11 through December 22,
Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens announces that it has been chosen as a 2016 Best of the Best winner by the American Bus Association (ABA). A list of all 2016 Best of the Best appears in a special section of ABA’s September/October issue of DESTINATIONS magazine. Stan Hywet is located at 714 North Portage Path in Akron,
As relevant today as they were half a century ago, more than 150 black-and-white images chronicling the Southern Freedom Movement are featured in This Light of Ours: Activist Photographers of the Civil Rights Movement, on view September 29, 2016 through May 14, 2017, at the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage (2929 Richmond Road, Beachwood, OH
Tickets are on sale for Medina’s annual “Walk with Spirits of the Past” scheduled for September 8, 9, and 10, 2016. Tickets will be sold during business hours at Ormandy’s, 10 Public Square, Medina. The total number of tickets available for each night will be limited. The entire walk will be wheelchair accessible. The Medina
Who doesn’t love a good treasure hunt?! Following a map, searching for clues and discovering “treasure” is exciting stuff, no matter your age. A modern-day version, otherwise known as geocaching, has grown in popularity over the years. The new Explore the Shores Geotrail gives geocachers and newbies a chance to discover the beauty of the Atwood Lake Region.
Friends of the Maltz Museum Presents a May 15th Event for the Community (CLEVELAND, OHIO) “Because I remember, I despair,” said Nobel Peace Prize winner and Holocaust survivor Elie Weisel. “Because I remember, I have the duty to reject despair.” On Sunday, May 15, Friends of the Maltz Museum celebrates World War II liberators, Holocaust
Creek Bend Ranch is proud to host Ohio’s first All American Cowboy Gathering on Saturday, September 5, 2015 in Burbank, Ohio. Join us for a fun-filled day of Cowboy musicians, storytellers, live animal demonstrations, artisans, and activities for the whole family. Watch as saddle makers, silversmiths, leather makers, and others share their craft. Experience life on the ranch
Nestled in Northeast Ohio, 31 miles southwest of Cleveland, Medina County offers features to fit everyone’s interest (festivals, shopping, outlets, history, antique, stone carving and a Christmas entertainment museum). Castle Noel, the newest attraction, offers holiday window displays from Bloomingdales in New York, toys, photos, the Santa Squeeze (experience what Santa does when he goes down a chimney), Blizzard
Experience Youngstown’s rich culture at festivals and fairs that showcase the melting pot of ethnicities that make up our community. During the summer months, there are festivals nearly every weekend. Ethnic festivals include Simply Slavic Heritage Festival, Greater Youngstown Italian Fest, Spanish Heritage Festival and Arab American Festival. You can feast on ethnic delights from across the world right