My Town: Richfield Cabin Fever Tour

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Emmaline Overacker in front of her home, circa 1910. It was located on the north side of Streetsboro Rd. (303) abut 1/4 mile east of the intersection with Brecksville Rd. (21). The house burned in 1923, due to spontaneous combustion of painting materials. Photo on loan to the historical society.

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RICHFIELD, Ohio – Travel the rolling hills of Peninsula, Richfield and Hinckley during the Cabin Fever Tour on March 24, beginning at 9:00 a.m.  You’ll find three historical museums and specialty shops full of history, art, antiques, crafts and food, all along a 12 mile stretch of Route 303.

You can pick up a map which lists the tour participants’ locations and hours at the Historical Museum of Richfield, 3907 Broadview Road.  Many of the following participants will also have special events and deals during the tour.

Richfield:

  • Benedict’s Antiques
  • Country Maid Ice Cream
  • Countryside Florist
  • Cornerstone Yarns
  • Farnam Manor
  • Historical Museum of Richfield
  • John Muni Jewelers
  • POC’s Pierogi Market
  • Polka Dot Pincushion
  • Richfield Art Studio
  • Richfield Library
  • Somerville Antiques
  • The Taverne of Richfield
  • Wild Class Nature Center

Peninsula:

  • Log Cabin Gallery
  • Cuyahoga Valley Historical Museum
  • Peninsula Library & Historical Society

Hinckley:

  • Hinckley Historical Society
  • Greensmith Landscaping & Gift Shop                   

For additional information about the Cabin Fever Tour, call the Historical Museum of Richfield at 330-659-0336 or email rhs@richfieldohiohistoricalsociety.org.

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