FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
BOB ROTATORI - 216-635-3263 - or -
KALI FENCL - 216-635-3284
Put the smartphone down and pick up the butter
churner! Make history come alive for a day at Cleveland Metroparks
�Cedar Valley Settlers Celebration & Music Festival.�
Women, find your best bonnet and men, find your snazziest
suspenders for the free �Cedar Valley Settlers Celebration &
Music Festival� on Sunday, September 16 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at
Frostville Museum in Rocky River Reservation in North Olmsted.
Everyone is welcome to experience history come to life with
hands-on activities such as candle dipping, pioneer toys, a two-man
saw, butter churning, and much more!
And, tap your toes to live music at the Frostville stage! Live
local performers will entertain throughout the day and headliner,
Valerie Smith performs at 3:30 p.m.
Pioneer-costumed folks will also be on hand to share stories
from a by-gone era. A mini-encampment of a pioneer excursion camp
is also a part of the festivities. And, a Storytelling Tent and a
Dancing Tent are also featured.
Frostville Museum is located off Cedar Point Road in Rocky River
Reservation, between Valley Parkway and Columbia Road/Route 252 in
North Olmsted - just off the I-480/Clague Road exit (westbound) and
I-480/Columbia Road exit (eastbound).
Parking is available at Frostville Museum, Little Cedar Point
Picnic Area, Rocky River Nature Center, and Lagoon Picnic Area.
Visitors are encouraged to bike over from the Lagoon Picnic
For more information, call 440-734-6660 or visit
Have a blast from the past with activities and entertainment
from a simpler time at the �Cedar Valley Settlers Celebration &
Music Festival� of Cleveland Metroparks - part of your life,