Olmsted Historical Society - Frostville Museum
Preserving the Past and the Present for the Future
Frostville Museum Events 2014
If you are into Military history, Frostville Museum's Military Timeline was the place to visit.
Military re enactors graced our grounds. Displays were set up representing every military time period from the Civil War to the Korean War.
We offered hands on displays, military talks and re-enactments to engage all age groups.
Look for more exciting events being presented this year at Frostville Museum.
Olmsted Historical Society
Frostville Farm Market
May 3 rd to October 25 th
Saturdays 9 am to 1 pm
Military Encampment/Military Time Line
Frostville Ladies Tea
Musical Production of
2014 Events Videos
Frostville Museum held Good 'Ole Summertime on June 29th. The event had good old fashioned games, food and music. Max's Farm and Front Porch performed for guests from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.
On July 13th, Frostville Musuem held a program presented by Lea Trainer, President of the Fairview Park Questors, about the life and times of Tasha Tudor. Tasha was an eccentric who lived her life in the 19th century, living by candle light and surrounding herself with nature. She was a children's author and watercolor illustrator depicting an old fashion vision of the 19th century. The program was presented in the Frostville Village Church, followed by tea and lite refreshments. There was a silent auction of two lovely baskets. The program was a sellout in less than 5 weeks.
The putter of an engine, a cold ice cream bar and a stroll through Frostville Museum. What a Great way to spend a summer afternoon. The LaGrange Steam, Gas Engine, Tractor & Antique Car Show returned to Frostville Museum for another Gas Engine Show on August 3rd. Great weather and lots of Gas Engines made this show a success.
Frostville Museum hosted the Olmsted Festival of the Arts. This annual festival brought Art, Crafts and Music to the outdoor, park-like setting of Frostville Museum.
Frostville Museum and the Cleveland Metroparks Rocky River Reservation present the annual Cedar Valley Days. A day filled with live music, crafts, story telling and folk dancing. Visitors enjoyed beautiful weather, food and entertainment in the outdoors.
Fall fun including, live music, face painting, balloons, hay maze, and horse rides were found at the Frostville Museum "Pumpkinville in the Valley. Add a little food, a sunny day and you have a great Frostville Museum event.