Poking fun at ourselves, skits, songs and talented local people were all part of the annual event that was held at what is now Visintainer Middle School each spring. The Brunswick Historical Society will present a program about the shows that raised money for school projects that couldn't be funded in other ways. Many of the curtains that were on school stages, for instance, were paid for with those funds.
The program will be held at 6 p.m. April 25 in the fellowship hall of Brunswick United Methodist Church, 1395 Pearl Road, Brunswick. Programs, scripts and lots of funny memories are on the agenda. It's free and open to all. If you were involved with the shows and would like to join in the presentation, call the Historical Society at 330-441-0292 and leave a message. Someone will get back to you.
Our plan is to save the front entrances of the Edwards building and move them to Heritage Farm. We will incorporate them into a new building where we will recreate an old classroom and house historic school documents. UPDATE: We have received approval on the new building and plans are moving ahead at full speed. We will be announcing some fund raisers in the near future, but you can help any time by donating using the Donate Now button below.
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The weather is finally warming up a bit so it's time to start thinking about the Farmers Market. It will open on June 9th and run through Oct. 13, 2019. Most, if not all of the vendors will be returning and we've added some new folks as well. See you all soon!
If you are interested in becoming a vendor, please call 330-441-0292 or send an email to brunswickAreaHistory@gmail.com.
Our regular meeting will be held at the Brunswick United Methodist Church, 1395 Pearl Rd in Brunswick. At 6pm, before the meeting starts will be a presentation about the Brunswick Entertainment Company.
Brunswick Farmers Market will be up and running from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Sunday at the farm, 4613 Laurel Road, starting June 9.
Yes, we’ll have those root beer floats back again.
Come and see trucks of all kinds for kids and vehicle lovers to get up close and personal. We’ll couple that with our children’s Costume Parade so the kids can wear those Halloween costumes or come as their favorite princess or hero. It’s all free, so families can’t go wrong.
Dress up your puppy or just come to watch. Last year’s event was absolutely amazing – those pet owners know how to get those doggies dressed to the nines!
It’s a special event we know everyone looks forward to. We’re hoping to have our belly dancers and the Brunswick Rec Line Dancers back again – they were a big hit last year. The event is held rain or shine. Let's all hope for better weather than last year!
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and provide more to the citizens of Brunswick (including the school project.)
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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.
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