January 2017 News

Next Meeting: Monday March 20th 7:30 p.m. - "The Bark Park"
Sue Anderson will be presenting "The Bark Park" at our March meeting.  Program is open to the public, free of charge. It is at Station Five, Conneaut Lake Park Fire Hall, which is smoke-free and handicapped accessible. 

Conneaut Lake Cuisine
Our annual Conneaut Lake Cuisine is set for Monday, May 1, at 5 p.m. at Station 5,Conneaut Lake Park Fire Hall.

Tickets remain at $14 nd are limited to 250. Tickets will be sold at The Berry Basket on Water Street Conneaut Lake, by mail at PO Box 425, Conneaut Lake; or by calling Jane Smith at 337-6377 or by email at  grandmagjane@zoominternet.

When your order six or more tickets, you will have reserved seating.

This is always a fun event and is always a sellout. We will announce our vendors as soon as we confirm who all is attending.

This is a major fund-raiser for us and we thank all the businesses in advance for their support.

New Hoodies
We have had several requests for hoodies, so we have added those to our gift shop.

They have Conneaut Lake inscribed on the front. They are very nice material and look very nice.

Cost is $25.

We also have them available with a zipper front at a cost of $30.

You can special order whatever color you would like! We have a supply of various colors and sizes at the museum
but if we don't have your size,let us know!

They can be ordered on-line here.  

New Tour Contact
After many many years of being the contact person to arrange special tours, George Rutherford has given up that task. He will lead tours, just has too many things on his mind and often forgot to go down so asked the board to name somebody new!

Anyone wishing to arrange a special tour may now contact Julia Catalano at 724-9841 or Chuck Groger at 814-382-8722.

We still have some 2015 and 2016 calendars -- both featuring some great pictures -- available.

Pictures now Available
The board has voted to allow reprints of any picture in our museum. Cost is $1 for 4 by 6; $3 for 5 by 7; and $5 for 8 by 10. Stop at the museum and check out our vast array of pictures. Larger sizes may be ordered as well.
Our 2015 and 2016 calendars have 13 8 by 10 colored pictures – all suitable for framing once the month is over. They are a mixture of pictures – some old and some new.Each has scenes as well as photographs at Conneaut Lake Park and local businesses.