Hower House History 101: Behind the Scenes
Saturday, April 22, 2017 10:00-11:45 am
Like similar programs we’ve offered in the past about Hower House Museum, this event is free and fun! It is open to the public for anyone who is interested in
more information about Hower House. This includes our latest research on the Hower Family and the Hower collections! There will be time for questions and answers, a chance to discuss future topics, and to visit the exquisite Cellar Door Store after our session (see photo to the right).
Cost: FREE! But you do need to Pre-Register because we are planning to serve refreshments and provide printed materials.
Location: Hower House Museum, 60 Fir Hill, Akron, Ohio.
Free Parking available onsite or at nearby UA lots.
For more information or to make reservations, please contact us: Hower House Museum (330.972.6909) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: 60 Fir Hill, Akron, OH 44325. Hower House Museum is a Victorian Mansion built in 1871 by John Henry Hower and his wife Susan, one of Akron’s leading industrial families. Historically, the house is the last remaining mansion from Akron’s first “Gold Coast” and was home to three generations of a family that shaped local history.
Architect Jacob Snyder designed the distinctive, elegant Second Empire Italianate style structure. It has been called one of the finest examples of this style in Ohio and it is on the National Register for Historic Places. Hower House Museum is owned and operated by The University of Akron. Free Parking is available on-site or at nearby UA lots.
Call 330.972.6909 for more information. Visit www.howerhouse.org for additional information about other upcoming events, more about the history of Hower House, and the impact the Hower Family has had on the Akron Community. Find us on Facebook under: Hower House – the University of Akron.