Explore, experience, and celebrate Cleveland’s rich history during the 3rd Annual Cleveland History Days from June 25 – July 4. Cleveland History Days kicks off on Thursday, June 25 with a virtual opening ceremony from the Cozad Bates House. Over the next ten days, a variety of in-person & virtual events, self-guided tours, and art installations give you the chance to discover Cleveland’s cultural heritage.

Tremont will be the focus of the “Epicenter of Immigration” self-guided tour and chalk art-walk on Friday June 26. This self guided tour will lead you around the perimeter of Lincoln Park in Tremont and features many of the churches and other institutions built by (and for) successive waves of immigrants from the mid-19th century to the mid-20th century. As you stroll through the neighborhood, you’ll read fascinating facts and learn about the central role Tremont played in the Cleveland’s story of immigration. Along the way, you’ll encounter local artists creating chalk artworks inspired by Cleveland immigration stories.

For a complete list of Cleveland History Days events, visit Canalway Partners’ website http://canalwaypartners.com/clevelandhistorydays/