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.

Frostville Museum 
Military Timeline

Olmsted Historical Society
Frostville Museum
2014 Schedule of Events

Frostville Farm Market
May 3 rd to October 25 th
Saturdays 9 am to 1 pm


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printable version of our Events.

Military Encampment/Military Time Line
May 17 th – May 18 th
11 am - 4 pm

Good ole Summer Time
Bluegrass music and Kids Games
June 29 th
11 am - 4 pm
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Frostville Ladies Tea
SOLD OUT!
Life of Tasha Tutor
July 13 th
1 pm - 3 pm
Contact Angie at
440-779-4355

Antique Engine Show
August 3 rd
11 am – 4 pm

Musical Production of
Godspell
August 7th, 8th & 9th
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Olmsted Festival of the Arts
August 10 th
10 am – 5 pm

Cedar Valley Settlers Day
September 14 th
10 am – 5 pm

Harvest Festival
October 19 th
11 am - 4 pm
Petting Zoo

Holidays at Frostville
November 29 th
4 pm – 8 pm
November 30 th
11 am – 4 pm

Olmsted Historical Society
Cleveland Metroparks - Rocky River Reservation
Cedar Point and Lewis Roads
North Olmsted, Ohio

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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.

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