Mark your calendars for this wonderful event presented by Ed Neal!
The Historical Society’s annual summer picnic will be held on Thursday, August 9, 2018 at the Elmwood Cabin in Elmwood Park. Be sure to bring your family and friends!
You are invited to the 50th anniversary of the Rocky River Historical Association.
The Theatrical Grill and its Notorious Neighbors
By Alan F. Dutka
While police raided Short Vincent's seedy bars, celebrities like Frank Sinatra, Milton Berle, Jimmy Durante, and Judy Garland gravitated to the legendary Theatrical Grill for dinner or drinks.
Perry Como and Dean Martin launched their careers there. Resident bookies, career gangsters, and wide-eyed tourists roamed the infamous street, once the center of Cleveland's bawdy behavior and edgy entertainment.
Author Alan Dutka's nostalgic tour and pictorial history of this celebrated Cleveland hotspot paints a vivid portrait of the city most notorious neighborhood and its colorful denizens.
Enjoy Rocky River Historical Society member Stephanie Kramer’s program on former First Lady, Edith Wilson.
In 1915, Edith Bolling Galt and President Woodrow Wilson engaged in romance that scandalized Washington. This relationship, and later marriage brought the president great happiness, but no one could have dreamed that the fate of the county would eventually fall into her hands when Wilson was struck with a debilitating stroke during his second term. You don’t want to miss this exciting event!
You don’t want to miss this exciting event!
A beginner’s guide to historic shipwrecks of Lake Erie
The cold fresh waters of the Great Lakes preserve the wood, metal, and cargos of the schooners and steamers that have plied these waters for two hundred years. They are time capsules of life in the 1800's and 1900's, and these remnants of tragedy number in the thousands. - http://www.greatlakeswrecks.info/index.htm
Presented by Kevin Magee