Finding the Differences presented by Mary Jamba at the next Geauga County Genealogical Society Meeting on May 14

Mary Jamba will present “Will the Real Warren Harris Please Stand Up” at the May meeting/program for the Geauga County Genealogical Society. Many family history researchers have experienced the following problem: you know your ancestor’s name, town where he lived and his approximate age. You find two men of the right age in the town … Read more

Climbing Higher on Your Family Tree is the Topic at the Next Meeting of the Geauga County Genealogical Society of Ohio, Inc.

“Climbing Higher on Your Family Tree” presented by Sandra Milton Beane will be the topic at the next meeting of the Geauga County Genealogical Society of Ohio, Inc. on Tuesday, April 9th following the 7:00 p.m. business meeting. The meetings are held at the Chardon Library, 110 E. Park St. Chardon, OH. The meeting and … Read more

Business Principles are the Focus of April GEL with Dan Ruminski – The Cleveland Storyteller

Geauga Economic Leadership programs are designed to equip business leaders with tools they need to succeed and sustain. On April 5th, Kent State University and Geauga Growth Partnership are partnering to present Mr. Dan Ruminski, the Cleveland Storyteller, who will use stories from Cleveland’s past to shine a light on critical business values that can … Read more

“Words on Fire” is just around the corner when Lit Cleveland Hosts a free staged reading of Original Work for third consecutive year at the Cleveland Humanities Festival on March 16 and March 17

For the third consecutive year, Lit Cleveland will host a free staged reading of original work by Cleveland writers at the Cleveland Humanities Festival! This year’s performance, titled “Words On Fire: A Remembrance of the Cuyahoga River Fire, 1969,” will be held Saturday, March 16th and Sunday, March 17th in Cleveland State University’s Student Center … Read more

Staged Reading to Ignite Memories and Hope Inspired by the Infamous Cuyahoga River Fire

Cleveland’s infamous Cuyahoga River Fire in 1969 triggered a lot of change, accelerating the environmental movement in Cleveland and around the U.S. On the 50th anniversary of the fire, 20 creative writers from Northeast Ohio will share their thoughts about that event, with their words performed by three professional actors at the 2019 Cleveland Humanities Festival. … Read more