Cleveland History Days Schedule - Sunday July 2


Take A Hike® - Playhouse Square Tour 

10 – 11:30am at Bulkley Building, 1501 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44115

Enjoy a 90-minute guided walking tour of Playhouse Square theaters and district. Playhouse Square is the largest performing arts center in the country outside of New York and a fully developed mixed-use neighborhood.

Event is free to attend; however, registration is requested.



Bicycle Tour to Where the River Burned

1 – 4 pm  at Ohio City Bicycle Co-op, 1779 Merwin Ave., Cleveland, 44113

Casually paced, 13-mile group ride on quiet streets and the Towpath Trail, led by the Ohio City Bicycle Co-op. Visits historic landmarks on both sides of the Cuyahoga River shipping channel, including the sites of the 1969 Cuyahoga River fire, the 1952 fire pictured in Time magazine, the east steel mill, and the Canal Basin. Refreshments and sag service provided; rental bikes available, email or call:;  216-830-2667

The cost to participate is $19.69 per person, registration is required. 

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Photo by Dan Musson

Cleveland's Sacred Spaces, led by Architectural Historian, Tim Barrett

2 pm at St. Coleman Catholic Church, 2027 W 65th St., Cleveland 44102

Cleveland's melting pot of cultures has given us places of worship that rival those found in great European cities.  Often called God's jewel box, the Church of St. Colman was intentionally built as a status symbol visually proclaiming the the Irish could build with the best of them.  It houses some the region's finest marble, alabaster and mosaic works made by Irish artisans in Dublin, Ireland.

Free to attend. Registration is requested.



The Lantern Theatre presents, “Declaration Exploration”

2 – 3 pm at Dunham Tavern Museum & Gardens, 6709 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44103

A Reading of The Declaration of Independence with excerpts from Poor Richard’s Almanac and hits from the 1700’s. The Lantern Theatre is dedicated to producing theatre for the whole family that reveals and celebrates the history of our region, state, and country.

Tickets $20/person.

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Photo by Dunham Tavern Museum & Gardens


Cleveland History Days Closing Ceremony

4 - 6 pm at Bohemian National Hall, 4939 Broadway Ave, Cleveland, OH 44127

Join us for a Cleveland History Days closing celebration and ceremony. The event will began with a Cleveland History Days social mixer with live classical music from Opus 216, light appetizers, cash bar, and tours of Bohemian National Hall and will conclude with conclude with closing remarks from the Cleveland History Days team.  

Event is free to attend. Advance registration is required.


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