Shaker Historical Society
UPCOMING EVENTS & PROGRAMS
Click on the Gracious Gardens poster or the Knife Skills poster to purchase tickets for these events on EventBrite
DUE TO OUR 14th ANNUAL GRACIOUS GARDENS of SHAKER HEIGHTS GARDEN TOUR WEEKEND we will close the Shaker Historical Museum at 2pm on Friday, June 15th. If you reserved Garden Tour tickets on EventBRite, you will be able to collect them on SUNDAY, JUNE 17th from about 1145. The tour is SUNDAY, June 17th NOON to 5pm RAIN OR SHINE!
You may purchase tickets at these fine community partners - Appletree Books, Bremec on the Heights, Gali's Garden Center, Juma Gallery, J. Pistone Market, Shaker Hardware. Please note their opening times!
Please excuse us as we work to upgrade this site. As ever, if you have any questions about visiting the Shaker Historical Society's Shaker Historical Museum, Elizabeth Nord Library & Archives, Lissauer Gallery, or Spirit Tree Gift Shop, just ask! Our contact information is on the bottom of every page.
For 71 years the Shaker Historical Society has been working to preserve the history of this place, which has witnessed some exceptional changes and noteworthy people who have called this place home. From the Native Americans who bent saplings along Doan Brook, to the North Union Shaker Settlement and their neighbors of Warrensville Township, to Shaker Village and the Van Sweringens' annexing of East View Village and portions of Newburgh, Idlewood and Cleveland Heights to form the City of Shaker Heights today, we are interested in all of this and, particularly, in the people who were significant to the history of this place but also to their impact beyond our borders. In the coming weeks we will be adding new features to the website that highlight the PEOPLE of Shaker Heights, their biographies, homes and businesses.
Although we do receive encouragement and cooperation from the City of Shaker Heights and enjoy their crucial endorsement of grant applications, we are not funded by the City or by any levy on the residents of Shaker Heights or Greater Cleveland. We do receive generous financial support from a grant earned from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, but that is funded by cigarette taxes, which are reducing. We rely very much upon memberships, donations and earned income from our gift shop and our exhibits and programs to continue our education mission and to maintain this extensive and historic property. With visitors from across the globe coming to Cleveland to learn about this community, we call upon residents especially to help us tell these unique Cleveland stories! Join us and support us!
Ware Petznick, Executive Director
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We welcome visitors from across the globe to Shaker Heights who come to learn about this community and the Shakers of North Union!
Shaker Eats! exhibit & Jennifer Adams' A View of My Neighborhood will be on display until July 6, 2018