Brunswick Area Historical Society - 4613 Laurel Road, PO Box 714 - Brunswick, OH  44212 - email -

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Brunswick Area Historical Society

Heritage Farm and Museum

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Our mission would not be possible without our members, please click below for our membership application form!

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We still need your help to keep our renovations and restorations on track.  Please consider making a special gift in memory of your family’s history.  Please keep your membership status current, and corporate sponsorships are always welcomed.  We are so appreciative of the Greater Brunswick Community and the support they have demonstrated so far.  Heritage Farm is YOUR museum, and each and every day you call Brunswick and Brunswick Hills Township your home, you are contributing to the historical fabric that makes for a strong community.  Thank you for your support, and enjoy making history with your family!

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Please join us as we celebrate a milestone…the Heritage Farm Museum is once again open to visitors.  You will marvel at the artifacts donated by our local residents, some dating back to the earliest settlers.  

Special group tours of the museum are  available by contacting the Society for more information.  Admission to the museum is free, however a donation toward keeping our Society operational is always welcome!  We hope to see you soon!

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Farmers Market returns on Sunday, June 10th

Join us as we kick of the new summer season at the Farmers Market with the official grand opening for the year on Sunday, June 10, 2017 at 10:00am at Heritage Farm.  We kick off this year with a special craft theme, so come out and enjoy the outdoors and support your local vendors.  

Click here to read our April quarterly newsletter,

The Curator.

Burning River presentation

At 6 p.m. May 25, at the Brunswick Library, Ed Kelly will present a program in conjunction with the Brunswick Area Historical Society about the “burning river” – the Cuyahoga River in the 60s. Kelly was manager of the field teams that investigated sources of water pollution on the Cuyahoga River and its tributaries along with area streams that discharge into Lake Erie after the big fire in 1969.


Ed’s association with the Cuyahoga River began at a get- together with John Moore, who was a friend and a former chemist with the City of Cleveland, Division of Water Pollution Control, Bureau of Industrial Waste. John indicated that the city was in need of field investigators who would seek out potential polluters of the Cuyahoga River. The river had recently caught fire due to the oily and sometimes colorful wastes that continually flowed from unknown sources along the river.”

Kelly said, “I told John back then that I had no experience in industrial pollution investigations” He replied, “No one else has experience either! We need people that will do what is necessary to identify sources of pollution to the river and other streams that discharge to Lake Erie.” I accepted the challenge and was soon hired by the Bureau of Industrial Wastes to assist in investigating reported water pollution problems.

Come to the free program at the Brunswick Library and hear first-hand stories about the polluted river and how it was improved.

The program is free and open to all. Thursday, May 25, 2017, 6:00pm

Brunswick Community Library