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Author Ruth Hanford Morhard: Mrs. Morhard and the Boys

As the Great Depression brought America to the brink of disaster, a devoted single mother in Cleveland, Ohio, wrestled triumph out of adversity by creating a community activity that would inspire the nation. Josephine Morhard never waited for something to happen. At twelve years old, fiercely independent Josephine left her family’s Pennsylvania farm to start a new life. Coming of age during one of the most devastating times in America,…

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League Park Stories at Goldhorn Brewery

The Baseball Heritage Museum is excited to partner with Goldhorn Brewery to offer  free presentations by the authors of League Park: Historic Home of Cleveland Baseball during All Star Week. Come learn the fun and even quirky stories that make up the history of the ballpark while enjoying great food and beer (available for purchase). Full schedule and registration here    

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Common Ground 2019: Brunch at the Ballpark with the Baseball Heritage Museum

Cleveland Foundation Common Ground is a region-wide day of community conversation in Northeast Ohio. On June 30, residents, neighbors, families, and organizations across the region will host mealtime conversations about the future of our shared home. United by a common question, all Common Ground conversations have the same goal: to create spaces where meaningful connections are made and purposeful actions begin. This year’s conversation My environment was… My environment is……

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Pride Day at the Baseball Heritage Museum

In honor of LGBTQ Pride Month, the Baseball Heritage Museum is excited to announce it’s first Pride Day! Please join us on Sunday June 23rd from 1-4. All are welcome to learn more about “America’s Favorite Pastime”, explore our exhibits and mingle with friends and allies. Refreshments, a raffle  and a complimentary “The BHM has Pride” item. An All Star Year Program presented in part with the support of Cuyahoga Arts and…

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