Please join us on Wednesday, December 5 at 7p to hear our West Park History author, Ralph Pfingsten, remind us of particular Christmas memories of our region. How many do you recall or share with your family to this day?
Still don’t recognize the above Santa? You’ll get your wish when we tell you at this next West Park Historical Society event,***Christmas Time***!
That same Santa image will be for sale, suitable for display!
Our 2019 Calendar, featuring the Tyler estate will also be available for purchase, along with all of our other publications. Every one of them make great holiday gifts!
We all enjoy the great outdoors. But few know the history that surrounds us. Join us at 17401 Lorain Ave. on September 12th at 7p to learn methods to take care of our natural history and preserve it for generations to come!
We look forward to seeing you there.
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Dear West Parkers and friends,
Thank you for making a great Independence Day for us all.
Hearty greetings and cheerful crowds lining the streets painted the perfect picture of a slice of Americana, namely -West Park.
No doubt, most of you received a piece of our red, white and blue cherry candy, or one of our flyers with information about how to become a member of the West Park Historical Society – backed with a notice about our Community Room for rent.
We sincerely appreciate your enthusiasm and support and we look forward to hearing from you.
Thanks for making it a day to remember!!
Historical Note: One of our parade goers was seen seated on a row of seats from the old Municipal Stadium. Hooray for that history sighting!
Come celebrate with us at our Open House at the West Park Historical Society Community Room.
Enjoy a ‘walk’ through the history of
West Park via our displayed photos.
Join us for lively conversation and light refreshments.
Sunday April 29 from 2p to 6p
17401 Lorain Ave. Parking is available behind the building.
(17401 is on the South side of Lorain, directly East of Citizens Bank & across from the flashing crosswalk at Kamm’s Plaza)