History on Tap: A CLE Speakeasy

Celebrate the Jazz Age as you enjoy a craft cocktail and bourbon tasting in our historic Bingham-Hanna Mansion!

We’ll be exploring how Prohibition closed many Cleveland breweries, while also sparking a Speakeasy boom and the rise of the MOB era. Dress to impress, wear your dancing shoes and enjoy an evening out in the Roaring 20s.

 

ADMISSION:

$15 member open bar wristband  (Advance online purchase only)

$25 non-member open bar wristband (Advance online purchase only)

 

DAY OF – Regular admission prices

$10 adults

$9 seniors

FREE for WRHS Members

 

Beverage Cost:

$7 cocktail

$5 wine

$4 GLBC bottle beer

TBD- Bourbon Tasting and/or Premium Craft Cocktail

 

Click here for a full list of upcoming History on Tap dates

Crawford, Coffee & Cars

Join us for Crawford, Coffee & Cars at the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum at the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum’s Preservation & Storage Facility in Macedonia Ohio.

Saturday, September 14, 2019 | 8:00am to 11:00am

Experience the Crawford Auto-Aviation Collection like never before

  • Enjoy coffee and pastries
  • Admission includes access to the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum Preservation and Storage Facility
  • $5 for WRHS Members, $10 for Non-Members

 

Proceeds from this event benefit the Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum at the Cleveland History Center.

 

Questions? Contact Whitney Stalnaker at 216-721-5722 x1307 or wstalnaker@wrhs.org.

EVENT ADDRESS: 7950 Empire Parkway, Macedonia, OH  44056
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EXHIBIT OPENING! The Soul of Philanthropy

 

 

 

 

 

The Soul of Philanthropy (TSOP) reframes portraits of philanthropy. It comprises highly innovative presentations of over a dozen vignette stories and more than 50 black-and-white images. Created by Valaida Fullwood and photographer Charles W. Thomas, the exhibition conjures philanthropic musings across generations.

A robust offering of talks, panel discussions and public forums accompany the exhibition. It allows groups to explore a broad range of topics igniting a movement of conscious philanthropy by empowering a generation of Americans to recognize their power and responsibility to give back.

 

More info about The Soul of Philanthropy & Celebrate Those Who Give Black 

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Talk & Tours: Garret Morgan Invents

Join us at 2:00pm every Wednesday and Saturday from June through August at the Cleveland History Center to enjoy highlights from some our favorite Cleveland stories followed by a short gallery tour to learn more about some of the real-life artifacts that inspired these programs!

FREE with museum admission; Members FREE.

This Talk & Tour: Garret Morgan Invents

Do you know about Cleveland’s Civic-Minded inventor Garret Morgan? Learn about the man whose inventions helped a city and would shape a nation—despite intense racial discrimination.

 

Interested in learning and hearing more about Cleveland’s Cuyahoga River or other fascinating pieces of Northeast history? Click here to book a Speaking of Cleveland program today.

Talk & Tours: Garret Morgan Invents

Join us at 2:00pm every Wednesday and Saturday from June through August at the Cleveland History Center to enjoy highlights from some our favorite Cleveland stories followed by a short gallery tour to learn more about some of the real-life artifacts that inspired these programs!

FREE with museum admission; Members FREE.

This Talk & Tour: Garret Morgan Invents

Do you know about Cleveland’s Civic-Minded inventor Garret Morgan? Learn about the man whose inventions helped a city and would shape a nation—despite intense racial discrimination.

 

Interested in learning and hearing more about Cleveland’s Cuyahoga River or other fascinating pieces of Northeast history? Click here to book a Speaking of Cleveland program today.

Euclid Beach Park Day

Celebrating 50 years of fond memories and history

For nearly 75 years, Euclid Beach Park was one of the most prominent amusement parks in Northeast Ohio. Today, 50 years after closing, the memories created there continue to live on.

This annual event, now in its fifth year, invites audiences of all ages to enjoy a community celebration of Cleveland’s iconic amusement park.  Museum guests will enjoy fun family activities including unlimited rides on the Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel, Rocket Ship rides, Laughing Sal, lawn games, delicious treats and so much more.

 

Regular admission

Adult: $10

Senior: $9

Child: $5

 

Lolly the Trolley rides return for their second year with additional tours. This year the Lolly the Trolley Tour Package includes a guided walking tour of Euclid Beach Park. Slots are limited and sold on a first come, first served basis. If you have questions, contact Shannon Stewart, Program Coordinator, at 216-721-5722 x1502.

Lolly the trolley package | WRHS Members: $15* | Non-Members: $25*

*Includes admission to Euclid Beach Park Day and complimentary goody bag

 

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Talk & Tours: Euclid Beach Park

Join us at 2:00pm every Wednesday and Saturday from June through August at the Cleveland History Center to enjoy highlights from some our favorite Cleveland stories followed by a short gallery tour to learn more about some of the real-life artifacts that inspired these programs!

FREE with museum admission; Members FREE.

This Talk & Tour: Euclid Beach Park 

This unique highlights tour with Euclid Beach Park expert John Frato focuses on stories and memories from the famous park while highlighting many pieces in the museum collection—including the 109 year old Grand Carousel from Euclid Beach Park! This tour is offered on Wednesday 7/17 only, in preparation for the Euclid Beach Park Day on Sat., July 20th.

 

Interested in learning and hearing more about Cleveland’s Cuyahoga River or other fascinating pieces of Northeast history? Click here to book a Speaking of Cleveland program today.

Talk & Tours: Cleveland Shops

Join us at 2:00pm every Wednesday and Saturday from June through August at the Cleveland History Center to enjoy highlights from some our favorite Cleveland stories followed by a short gallery tour to learn more about some of the real-life artifacts that inspired these programs!

FREE with museum admission; Members FREE.

This Talk & Tour: Cleveland Shops

Cleveland’s Department stores enjoyed an era of glamour, beauty, and power. Explore their stories through the artifacts that were bought and sold in the city—including some of the beautiful dresses & accessories in the brand new Si Jolie exhibit!

 

Interested in learning and hearing more about Cleveland’s Cuyahoga River or other fascinating pieces of Northeast history? Click here to book a Speaking of Cleveland program today.

Talk & Tours: Cleveland Shops

Join us at 2:00pm every Wednesday and Saturday from June through August at the Cleveland History Center to enjoy highlights from some our favorite Cleveland stories followed by a short gallery tour to learn more about some of the real-life artifacts that inspired these programs!

FREE with museum admission; Members FREE.

This Talk & Tour: Cleveland Shops

Cleveland’s Department stores enjoyed an era of glamour, beauty, and power. Explore their stories through the artifacts that were bought and sold in the city—including some of the beautiful dresses & accessories in the brand new Si Jolie exhibit!

 

Interested in learning and hearing more about Cleveland’s Cuyahoga River or other fascinating pieces of Northeast history? Click here to book a Speaking of Cleveland program today.

Exploring Cleveland’s Hidden Waterways – SOLD OUT

Presented in Partnership with CWRU Baker Nord Center for Humanities and Cleveland Water

Full agenda available here

Program is sold out.  

The names Kingsbury Run and Walworth Run denote decayed Cleveland landscapes. In 1820, nevertheless, such areas were places of growth. Here, spring-fed streams gave clean water for drinking, brewing, refining and slaughtering. Yet as they also received noxious wastes from those activities, the runs became fouled. By 1900, all of Cleveland’s small waterways were buried as sewers and forgotten. Now, even as Lake Erie and the Cuyahoga River are improved, the runs languish. The tour explores the city’s hidden waterways with an eye to history and restoration. We will consider the means to rebalance natural and human demands for our place.

Tour begins & ends at Cleveland History Center.

Parking is available in the Cleveland History Center Parking Lot located in back of the building off Magnolia Drive.

Tickets are $20 each and include admission to the Cleveland History Center before tour. 

Tour Google Map available here

Tour will be give by Roy Larick of Bluestone Heights

 

Please email info@wrhs.org or call 216-721-5722 x 1502 to be placed on a waiting list

Behind The Wheel: RADwood Fashion

 

This month’s Behind The Wheel event at the Crawford Auto-Aviation continues the celebration of RADwood: Cleveland Goes Rad.
Get nostalgic as we explore 80s & 90s history, pop culture and fashion.
Ticket includes admission the the Cleveland History Center.