The Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland Play House Young Professionals, and the Western Reserve Historical Society Young Professionals invite you to walk within the rooms of the historical Drury Mansion (now the Cleveland Clinic Foundation House), one of the last remaining homes from the famed Millionaire’s Row, and settle in to hear the fascinating story of the Drury family as told by renowned Cleveland storyteller Dan Ruminski. Frances and Julia Drury were not only instrumental in early Cleveland society, but a core reason Cleveland Play House exists today. Dan recounts the amazing history behind the Drury family, their influence, and the spectacular story of the mansion following the Drurys’ departure. Network and enjoy light snacks and cocktails beginning at 7:00pm. Tickets are just $10 for this unforgettable opportunity! Click below to purchase tickets.
Schedule of Events
7:00pm | Networking/Cocktails
7:30pm | Program with Storyteller Dan Ruminski
8:45pm | Q&A/Networking
After the event, be sure to check out Susan Hill’s The Woman in Black at Cleveland Play House from September 15 – October 7th in the Allen Theatre.
To learn more about the Western Reserve Historical Society Young Professionals, click here.
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