Thank You Festival Sponsors

Thank You Festival Sponsors
Thank you to the following sponsors for donations made to our annual Harvest Festival:

Bruegger’s Bagels (four years) 4963 Darrow Road, Stow

Gardner Pie Company (three years) 191 Logan Parkway, Akron, Ohio 4431

North Hill Donuts (five years) 662 E Tallmadge Ave Akron, Ohio

Stow Giant Eagle stores (five years) – 1700 Norton Road and 4300 Kent Road (five years)

Lots of Harvest Festival Outdoor Vendor Spaces Available

Lots of Harvest Festival Outdoor Vendor Spaces Available

The Heritage Barn is now full for Festival vendor spaces, but – we still have lots of outdoor spaces open (bring your own tent and setup) for $40 for both days of the festival – September 29th and 30th. See http://www.stowhistory.org/harvest-festival/vendors/ for more information if you are a crafter/artisan. Hand crafters only, please.

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New Roof

New Roof

Heritage House Museum received a new roof June 6th. Read more about this project in our upcoming Newsletter.

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Community Showcase

Community Showcase

Come see us at this weekend’s Stow-Munroe-Falls Community Showcase, sponsored by Stow-Munroe Falls Chamber of Commerce. The Showcase will be at Stow Munroe Falls High School Saturday, April 7, 2018 10am-5pm and Sunday, April 8, 2018 11am-3pm. Contact President John Baranek if you are interested in greeting people and sharing information about our organization.

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Harvest Festival!

Harvest Festival!

Our 39th Harvest Festival had a great weekend with lots of sunshine – thank you to all who participated and helped with this special event. See photos on our Facebook pages at https://www.facebook.com/shsfestival/ and https://www.facebook.com/StowOHHistoricalSociety/

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New signs!

New signs!

darrow signThank you Emily and Paula Wisniewski and Leo Reiger for making, painting, and installing the beautiful new signs for  our historic buildings.

Festival Page

Festival Page

Our annual Harvest Festival is fast approaching. Invite your family and friends to enjoy the festival 9/30 and 10/1 from 11:00 to 4:00 p.m. The Houston family will be stirring apple butter, the crafters will be selling, the schoolhouse will be open, and the hay wagon will be running. We now have a Facebook page just for the Harvest Festival. Click here for updates and news on our annual Harvest Festival.

Meet our Crafters!

Meet our Crafters!

Click here to meet our 2017 crafters and artisans. Still lots of room for outside vendors with tents. Go to http://www.stowhistory.org/harvest-festival/vendors/ for vendor info and application.

Barn is full

Barn is full

There are no more vendor spaces available in the Heritage Barn for this year’s Harvest Festival. There are plenty of spaces outside. See http://www.stowhistory.org/harvest-festival/vendors/ for more info and application. We are looking for hand crafters and artisans.

Howard W. Corathers

Howard W. Corathers

Stow Historical Society has lost a good friend and long-time member of our organization. Howard Corathers passed away April 7, 2017. Howard and his wife LaVerne, married nearly 67 years, have been active with the Society for many years. Howard served on the Board of Trustees for several terms, including as President. He most recently served as Secretary. Howard was always generous with his time and with his knowledge. He and LaVerne have been some of our most dedicated volunteers. He will be greatly missed.

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