FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
BOB ROTATORI - 216-635-3263 - or -
KALI FENCL - 216-635-3284
Ever wonder how people lived without cell phones,
televisions and Facebook? Experience how life was for early
settlers in Ohio at 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.
Visitors can wander the grounds of Frostville Museum and enjoy
old-fashioned crafts, games and hands-on activities. Learn to weave
a rug and make a candle, or write with a quill pen, just as our
forefathers did! See how wood was cut by using the two-man saw and
They can also taste the food of pioneer days including creamy,
fresh-churned butter; slow-cooked, tart apple butter; fresh-pressed
cider, and more!
And, characters in pioneer costumes and storytellers will tell
tales of days gone by. A pioneer excursion camp is also a part of
A fusion of Americana, country, and bluegrass music will be
heard throughout the day by some of the area's top musicians. Don't
miss this year's nationally-known act, Valerie Smith at 3:30 pm
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)
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
Experience a simpler life at the free �Cedar Valley Settlers
Celebration & Music Festival� of Cleveland Metroparks - part
of your life, naturally!