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.
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This year we celebrate the 50 years since Euclid Beach Park closed.
Euclid Beach Park was one of the most prominent amusement parks in Cleveland, and the memories created there were so strong, stories about the park live on today. Though Euclid Beach Park closed its gates in 1969, generations of Clevelanders create new memories every day when riding on the Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel here at the Cleveland History Center.
Audiences of all ages are invited to enjoy fun, family activities including unlimited rides on the Euclid Beach Park Grand Carousel, lawn games and so much more.
Buy your tickets in advance and save! Discounted tickets will only be available until June 1, 2019.
Adult: $10 ($8 in advance if purchased by 6/1/19)
Senior: $9 ($7 in advance if purchased by 6/1/19)
Child: $5 ($3 in advance if purchased by 6/1/19)
Presented in Partnership with CWRU Baker Nord Center for Humanities and Cleveland Water
Full agenda available here
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
On Saturday, April 6, the Cleveland History Center’s biannual Historic Pub Crawl invites you to discover Gordon Square’s rich history as you explore four of the favorite local watering holes. Each stop will feature historic tales, anecdotes, and trivia, as well as ample opportunities to enjoy libations and network with other guests.
Check-in will begin at 1:00pm at Stone Mad Pub. The tentative tour schedule is as follows:
1:00-2:20pm | Stone Mad Pub
2:30-3:30pm| Ninja City
3:40pm-5:00pm |Happy Dog
This pub crawl is presented by the CHC Young Professionals Auxiliary, and will be led by Cleveland History Center staff.
General Admission (Advance): $8
WRHS Members: $4
CHC Young Professionals Members: Free
Buy your tickets below!
For more information, please call 216-721-5722 x1502. To learn more about the CHC Young Professionals, click here.
BREAKFAST WITH SANTA IS BACK!
Pack your sleigh with your family of elves and enjoy breakfast($) and face-time with the man in the red suit. This event includes:
- Meet and greet with Santa
- Delicious food
- Unlimited carousel rides
- A reading of the holiday favorite ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas
Get your tickets now. This event is always a crowd favorite!
*No refunds on signature events
A City Worth Fighting For: Cleveland’s Role in WWI is a new exhibition opening on April 7, 2018.
This exhibition uses artifacts from the museum’s rarely seen military collection to tell the story of a city at war. It showcases the many ways, both civic and industrial, that Cleveland supported the war effort, and it shares the stories of men and women from Northeast Ohio that served in the trenches in France.
A City Worth Fighting For also illuminates the ways that World War I changed Cleveland forever and helped to create the city we live in today.
Celebrate fashion, mothers, daughters, and friends on Saturday, May 9th. Kick off your day with a brunch amid the exhibits of the Crawford Auto Aviation Collection before shopping the trunk show and learning about the historic garment industry in Cleveland. Top off the day with a look at how prominent Clevelander’s dressed at the turn of the 20th century with the exhibition In Grand Style.
Admission gains access to all events of the day:
10:00 am– Trunk Show Opens
Vendors include: Donna Marchetti Design, NOTO Boutique, Little Sweet Pea Closet, Lindsay Jean-Marie, What a Great Hat!, B, Carter Design, Designs by Dawson
11:00 am– Brunch
1:00 pm– “Off the Rack” Presentation of fans from the WRHS Collection with Leanne C. Tonkin of the Cleveland Museum of Art
Leanne Tonkin earned her BA in Fashion from the University of Leeds and worked for 10 years as a commercial fashion designer in the United Kingdom. In 2007, she graduated with distinction with a Master of Art in the History of Textiles and Dress, followed in 2009 with a Master of Art in Textile Conservation from the Textile Conservation Centre. In January 2014, she became an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in Textile Conservation at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Fresh Fruit Salad
Assorted Mini Quiche
New Potato Filled with Whipped Boursin Cheese and topped with Caramelized Bacon
Spinach and Feta Cheese in Crispy Phyllo Dough
Assorted Deviled Eggs
Mimosas & Bloody Mary’s
Coffee, Assorted Hot Tea, Water
Please pre-register in advance online below or by calling Sara Gross, (216) 721-5722 ext. 1502. Admission is $25 for WRHS members and $35 for general public attendees.