Once again, the market will be held every Sunday from June 13th until October 3rd. The market is open from 11am to 2pm. We also have special days on the following Sundays:
There will be a $1 per person admission fee for the petting farm only.
The Fall Foliage tour will take place from noon to 5 pm on Oct. 9 and 10 with vendors, food, demonstrations and more. Farmhouse museum will be open and there will be food in the big red barn. There will also be music and our favorite dance troupe, Third Tent From the Nile bellydancers will perform on both days (4pm Sat, 3pm Sun). https://www.facebook.com/thirdtentfromthenile/
Starting in August, we'll be featuring historic Brunswick families at our regular meetings. The next will be the Benjamin family on September 30th, 2021 at 7pm at the Spring Mist farms.
Click below for videos / pictures from past talks.
It’s a 60x80 tablecloth hand sewn by Lin Crane with colorful fabric collected over several years filled with little surprises. She has been kind enough to donate to us. We are raffling it off for only $5 per entry. Tickets are available at the Farmer's Market every Sunday from 11-2pm. Come see it and enter the raffle!
This documentary will share a brief history of Brunswick's (OH) city and schools followed by interviews from many individuals who share their stories about Maude Edwards, Lou Visintainer, and Jack Willetts for which Edwards, Visintainer, and Willetts Middle Schools were named.
Carl Bilski, president of the Brunswick Area Historical Society, has found a way to personalize the bricks, sales of which are helping to fund the new building at Heritage Farm that will house artifacts from 200 years of Brunswick Schools history.
Bilski has made up samples with the Blue Devil logo and class year -- his was Brunswick High School Class of 1959. He emphasized that even if you have already purchased a Visintainer brick ($10 with a certificate of authenticity), you can bring it back to be inscribed and your $10 will go toward the $100 cost of an inscribed brick. Another way to help, if you’re not a BHS graduate or want to commemorate a special person, is to have names inscribed. You can keep the brick or, if you donate the inscribed brick, it will be used as part of a “tower.”
The society has been chosen to preserve the 1852 bell that came from the First Christian Church adjacent to Towslee Elementary School. That congregation sold its building after a 174-year history in the community. It is hoped that some sort of tower structure will be built to preserve the bell and those columns could be used to display the engraved bricks.
Each brick donation is $100 for one with the logo and class year as shown in the photo. “If you want names on it,” Bilski said, “it’s $145. People can see on my sample bricks, that the more lettering there is, the smaller the print, so they can judge from the photo.” Bilski is encouraging classmates to chip in for a brick for their class. He will take orders via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Please share with other Brunswick High School alumni and order soon, as there are limited number of bricks,” he said. “They would make great gifts, too.”
You can also come to the Brunswick Farmers Market from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sundays through Oct. 4 at Heritage Farm, 4613 Laurel Road, where the remaining Visintainer bricks are being sold. The $10 price per brick will still be in effect for those not wanting to engrave them.
The auction to raise funds to complete our new building is online. New items coming every week. Great items from local artists, vendors and crafts people. Bid now!
We were recently asked by the Longmeadow Historical Society if we had any information on a resident who had come to Brunswick from Longmeadow. We were able to fill in some blanks and this article was the result. Glad we could help!
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Sadly, First Christian Church on Center Rd recently closed after 184 years. The church has been sold to Tri-C, which is good, but it is going to be demolished. However, the pastor and members have generously donated a number of precious artifacts to the Historical Society.
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Over the years, many articles about the vast history of the Brunswick Area have been written in local newspapers.
We found this book while cleaning out some old files. View the scans of pages of Alumni Association meeting notes from the early 1900s.
Our mission would not be possible without our members. Please click below for our latest brochure which contains a membership application form and more information about what we do! Join today!!