Olmsted Historical Society - Frostville Museum

Preserving the Past and the Present for the Future

Frostville Museum Events 2015



2015 Calendar of Events

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FROSTVILLE FARMERS MARKET
MAY 2 ND THRU OCTOBER 31st, 2015
SATURDAY 9:00 – 1:00PM


CRUISE IN CAR & ANTIQUE GAS ENGINE SHOW

Sunday May 31 st 11:00 – 4:00 PM
Contact: George & Angie Cadwallader
Tel: 440-779-4355
Email:
amcad@wowway.com
Buildings Open & Food


TRASH N’ TREASURE
JUNE 13 TH Saturday 9:00 – 1:00 PM
Contact: Bob Lamb Tel: 440-292-7822
Email:
lambsx5@msn.com

MILITARY HISTORY DAY CANCELLED
Sunday June 28 th 11:00 – 4:00PM
Contact: Lee 440-243-2894 Email: lbrenneison@gmail.com
Buildings Open & Food


SQUARE DANCING
Friday Nights 7:30 – 9:00PM
June 12 th , 26 th
July 10 th , 24 th ,
August 7 th , 21 st


FROSTVILLE TEA
SOLD OUT!
"Wives of the Eight Ohio Presidents"
Sunday July 12 th 1:30 – 3:30PM
$15.00 Ticket

Must Preregister Limited Tickets
(Program, Lite Lunch, Raffle & Door Prizes)
Contact: Angie Amato 440 779-4355
Email:
amcad@wowway.com

RESCHEDULED
CRUISE IN CAR &
ANTIQUE GAS ENGINE SHOW

Sunday August 9th, 11:00 – 4:00 PM
Contact: George & Angie Cadwallader
Tel: 440-779-4355
Email:
amcad@wowway.com
Buildings Open & Food


MODEL T JAMBOREE
Friday, September 4th @ 1:30
Approximately 50 cars will arrive at
Frostville Museum around 1:30.
Expect a 2 hour stay for viewing of vehicles.
Contact: Carol Henninger at cahenninger@aol.com

Cedar Valley Settlers Day
Sunday Sept. 20 th 10:00 – 5:00PM
Buildings Open, Food & Music


PUMPKINVILLE IN THE VALLEY
Sunday October 4 th 11:00 – 4:00PM

Pancake Breakfast 9:00-1:00PM
Family Fun for Everyone
Buildings Open & Food


NORTH OLMSTED BICENTENNIAL HISTORY
ANTIQUE QUILT DISPLAY
Sunday October 11 th 11:00 – 4:00PM
Buildings Open & Food


HOLIDAYS AT FROSTVILLE
Sat. Nov. 21 st
. Candle Light Walk 4:00 – 8:00PM
Sunday Nov. 22 nd 11:00 – 4:00PM
Saturday Dec. 5 th 11:00 – 4:00PM
Buildings Open, Bake Sale & Food

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.

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.

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