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The Bellevue Historical Society’s signature fundraising event, The Tremont House Block Party, will be held on August 4, 2018 from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.
on North West Street. We’re excited to again host this celebration!  The Party will feature food from Bone Boys, wine  from Ski Lodge Winery (Mike is introducing 2 new wines), beer from Catawba Island Brewing, and Copper Top Bake Shop Twisted Tremont tea. Entertainment is in the capable hands of Arica Pfirsch of OCM, with Anthony Gardner serving as emcee. There will be artisans, games, raffle baskets and more at this family friendly event.  


 

 

For the second year, The Bellevue Historical Society and Historic Lyme Village are partnering to offer you a chance to “kick up your heels” and do some dancing. 

Come to the Schaeffer Barn at Lyme Village on Saturday, October 6 from 6 to 10 P.M. for the fun. 

Tickets are $10 and may be purchased at The Golden Acorn, Hunter’s Needs, Russell’s or at the door. 

Your ticket includes a hearty soup and sandwich meal with dessert, so come hungry! 

If you don’t know how to square dance, caller Jerry Wittman from Oak Harbor will provide instruction and some other dance choices as well. 

There will also be raffle prizes and a bonfire. 

What a great way to celebrate fall! 

“BELLEVUE REMEMBERED” at Historical Society Annual Meeting

The Bellevue Historical Society’s Annual Meeting is on Thursday, April 5, 2018 at 7 p.m. at Bellevue Society for the Arts, 205 Maple St., Bellevue.  
All are welcome to join us.“Bellevue Remembered”, organized by Program Chairman Mary Mitchell, will feature reminiscences from 2002 oral histories, recorded as part of the Ohio Bicentennial’s Wallpaper Project. 

Hear these voices from Bellevue’s past:  Original participants Peggy Missler, Historian Bill Oddo, and Patricia Sullivan will share their memories from that time.  Hazel Decker’s memories will be read by her daughter April Bickel; Police Chief Russel Hetrick’s by Police Chief Mark Kaufman; Willis Lodge’s by daughters, LeRose Meadows and Sue Andrews; and Bob Wagner’s by his daughter, Gail Coe.

A brief business meeting and election of Directors will precede the program.

Historic Lyme Village and the Bellevue Historical Society are working together to sponsor a Harvest Barn Dance on Saturday, September 30, 2017, from 6 to 10 p.m.

The dance floor will be in Lyme Village’s newest ‘old’ building, the Schaefer Barn.   Area residents are invited for an evening of fun, food, dancing, and weather permitting and a bonfire singalong.

Join us for square dancing (with a short dance ‘class’ for all who would like to learn the steps), line dancing, two-step, and more, maybe even a chicken dance.  Cider, soft drinks, and a light meal will be available. 

Doors open at 6:00pm for a social hour; dancing begins at 7:00pm; and the evening will close with a singalong.

Admission is $10 per person for this old-fashioned Saturday night dance party, co-hosted by Historic Lyme Village and the Bellevue Historical Society.  Tickets are available at the Lyme Village Gift Shop, Hunter’s Needs, and from Board members of both organizations.

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Proceeds will be shared by both organizations.

Event Sponsorship Forms

Get involved with this years 2018 Taste of Tremont Block Party!!!

Below you will find information about sponsorships to this great Bellevue community event !

2018 Taste of Tremont Sponsorship Letter

 

Sponsorship Levels and Form