Geauga County Conversations: The Cuyahoga River Fire: The Use And Abuse Of Waterways

Lecturer(s)
John Grabowski
Krieger-Mueller Joint Professor, History, CWRU; Senior VP for Research and Publications, Western Reserve Historical Society
Location
Ohman Family Living at Holly
Date
Wednesday May 06
Time
noon-1:30 p.m.

Fifty years have passed since the infamous fire on the Cuyahoga River. Dr. Grabowski will discuss the historical importance of the river to the development of Cleveland and Northeast Ohio and the gradual transitioning of the river from a transportation artery for industry to a lifestyle amenity. Geauga County Conversations Join us for this monthly luncheon series. Led by local university faculty and laypeople, this program provides participants an opportunity to engage in meaningful conversation on contemporary topics. 

Member of Lifelong Learning Cost
$10
Nonmember Cost
$20
Fee includes lunch