Mahler Museum & History Center is open for tours Sundays and Tuesdays from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., April through December, or by appointment. Office hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday through Friday.

All programs will be at the Mahler Museum & History Center unless noted.

Museum ClosedDue to the COVID-19 outbreak, Mahler Museum & History Center is closed until April. The March 18 meeting and the Old World Pasta & Meatball Dinner have been canceled.
Wednesday, April 15
7 PM
Valerie Mattingly will present When Strongsville Was a Frontier Town.
Saturday, April 25
9 AM–2 PM
Our annual Spring Sale always has plenty of treasures to choose from. Please consider donating your spring cleaning cast-offs.
Sunday, May 3
12:30 PM
Join us at our Spring Luncheon for great food and a presentation by Gary Croy on The History of Berea High School.
Sunday, May 17
2–4 PM
Our new exhibit for 2020, Berea’s Influential Women, opens in the History Center.
Wednesday, May 20
7 PM
John Hemsath will present The History of Playhouse Square.
Saturday, July 4
1–4 PM
Celebrate Independence Day at our Ice Cream Social! Enjoy ice cream, cake, pie and popcorn, and take one of our popular trolley tours of historic Berea.
Wednesday, August 19
7 PM
Ralph Pfingston will present The Trolley Parks of Northeast Ohio.
Wednesday, September 16
7 PM
Craig Schermer returns with his representation of Queen Mary I.
Saturday, October 17
9 AM–2 PM
Our annual Fall Sale with more treasures to purchase. Please donate your gently-used items.
Wednesday, October 21
7 PM
Posthumous Heritage Award
Saturday, November 7
1–3 PM
Our fifth annual Teddy Bear Tea will be a lot of fun for children ages 10 and under and their parents.
Wednesday, November 18
7 PM
Dan Karp will present Baldwin Wallace University’s 175th Anniversary.
Sunday, December 13
2–4 PM
Victorian Christmas Tea
Thursday, December 17
12 PM
Volunteer Luncheon
Friday, December 18
11 AM–4 PM
The last day the Mahler Museum & History Center office will be open until spring 2021.