The Streetsboro Heritage Foundation’s Fall Festival Sept. 29 from 1-4 p.m. at the Singletary House will be an opportunity to get a taste of the history on display at the Singletary House, which is located on Singletary Drive behind Walmart.
In addition to tours of the museum, there will be live music, antique quilts on display, a bake sale, someone selling homemade honey and maple syrup, demonstrations on how to make wreaths from dried flowers, arrowhead carving in a teepee, homemade ice cream, antiques for sale and more displays of traditional handiwork.
There will also be a “parade” of toasters and chairs. Streetsboro Heritage Foundation President Sarah Fast said this will be a sort of timeline, displaying the types of toasters and chairs which would have been used at different periods in history.
Fast referred to the museum as “Streetsboro’s best-kept secret,” which is something she said she wants to change.
“Our goal is to let the general public know we’re back here and that the house is filled with displays,” she said.