Celebrating 200 Years!
The history and heritage of our three communities -Twinsburg, Twinsburg Township, and Reminderville- are connected on a level that makes their separation all but impossible. We are a community of one, sharing one story, one narrative. Twinsburg200.com is the home of all these shared stories as well as upcoming events and volunteer opportunities. Designed to continue on beyond the 2017 celebrations, this website is a collection point for all of your stories, new and old. Share your thoughts and comments on the stories being posted, suggest new ones, or email pictures and documents to be added. Be a part of the celebration and be a part of history!
Check here as dates, times, and locations become available:
August 5 &6 - Twins Days
September - Old Tyme Faire
October - Chamber Clambake / Halloween Event / Historical Society Tales of Locust Grove
November - LuminoCity Holiday Lighting Event
December - Winter Wonderland
High-Quality Commemorative Photo Blanket
Purchase a commemorative t-shirt, sweatshirt, or quarter zip pullover from RDP Sports! Details here.
Three Communities, One Heritage Book
If you haven't already, don't forget to pick up your piece of Bicentennial history ! Books are limited, pick up your free copy while supplies last. Vouchers only guaranteed until July 31st. To be put on a waiting list to purchase the book beginning in August at a cost of $15 visit bit.ly/BicentennialWaitlist Being on the waitlist does not guarantee a book, but does hold a spot.
Time Capsule - Submit your piece of history!
For his Eagle Scout Project, Michael T. Turle from Boy Scout Troop 223 is collecting submissions from the community for a new time capsule! The current time capsule at Crown Hill will be excavated and presented at Founders' Day! Want to leave your mark and purchase a binder sleeve? View the details here and purchase your sleeve online!
Our shared experiences and history are irreplaceable once lost and their preservation is the responsibility of everyone. Invaluable contributions to the posterity, publication, and promotion of the Three Communities, One Heritage bicentennial project were made by the following generous entities. A complete list can be found on our Sponsors page.