Brunswick Area Historical Society - 4613 Laurel Road, PO Box 714 - Brunswick, OH 44212 - email - firstname.lastname@example.org
February 23, 7pm – Membership Meeting at Goodyear’s Big Barn, 691 Pearl, featuring a presentation on Party Lines and the good old days of early telephone service
March 23, 7pm – Membership Meeting at Goodyear’s Big Barn, featuring a presentation on the Brunswick Youth Club, former BYC Members welcome!
April 29, Noon-1:30pm (check website for updates) Native Americans in Medina County History, presented by John Burke and Leadership Medina County
June 10 – Crafts in the Park, 10am-4pm A special craft fair to mark the opening day of the Farmer’s Market. Vendors needed, for info, please email email@example.com
Heritage Farm and Museum
Our mission would not be possible without our members, please click below for our membership application form!
We still need your help to keep our renovations and restorations on track. Please consider making a special gift in memory of your family’s history. Please keep your membership status current, and corporate sponsorships are always welcomed. We are so appreciative of the Greater Brunswick Community and the support they have demonstrated so far. Heritage Farm is YOUR museum, and each and every day you call Brunswick and Brunswick Hills Township your home, you are contributing to the historical fabric that makes for a strong community. Thank you for your support, and enjoy making history with your family!
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THE MUSEUM IS OPEN AGAIN!
Please join us as we celebrate a milestone…the Heritage Farm Museum is once again open to visitors. You will marvel at the artifacts donated by our local residents, some dating back to the earliest settlers.
Special group tours of the museum are available by contacting the Society for more information. Admission to the museum is free, however a donation toward keeping our Society operational is always welcome! We hope to see you soon!
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Thanks for a great 2016, Brunswick!
Your participation in this year’s Farmers Market and especially the attendance at our weekend on the Fall Foliage Tour, and our annual Country Pumpkin Festival, with more than 20,000 visitors was just amazing! We hope you enjoyed your time at the farm and look forward to your visits next year.
We made great progress in replacing the barn roof and painting the sides, as well as numerous other small repair projects throughout the complex. Your continued support of our regular events helps us finance these costly projects. Once again, thank you!
Learn about the Party Lines of Brunswick
If you lived in Brunswick in the 50s through 70s, you will remember the telephone service that now seems improbable. The eight-party lines were always good for a laugh during a conversation with anyone who had moved from a big city. The Northern Ohio Telephone Company and the early days of GTE when it took over, will be the topic of discussion at the 7pm meeting of the Brunswick Area Historical Society at 7pm on February 23rd at Goodyear's Big Barn, 691 Pearl Road. Come share your experiences, or learn about the times gone by. For more information, call 330-441-0292 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. A short meeting will be held after the discussion.