If you share an interest in Euclid Beach Park or in old amusement parks you are invited to join Euclid Beach Park Now. Annual dues are $16.00, November 1st to October 31st. With membership you will receive our quarterly newsletter THE ARCH, named after the main entrance gate to Euclid Beach Park. Send a check or money order in the amount of $16.00 to:
Euclid Beach Park Now (EBPN) honors and preserves the memory of Euclid Beach Park, Cleveland, Ohio's most beloved amusement park which operated from 1895 through 1969.
P.O. Box 19535
Cleveland, OH 44119-0535
Are you a member of a club or organization interested in a presentation about Euclid Beach Park? Euclid Beach Park Now's resident historian and former park employee James Seman will gladly come and speak to your club or organization. Call 440-946-6539 or send an e-mail to email@example.com. A nominal fee is charged.
As part of its' "Images of America" series Arcadia Publishing has released "Euclid Beach Park" on September 24, 2012. The 127 page book contains 228 black and white images, many of which have never been published before.
In 1895, five Cleveland businessmen opened Euclid Beach Park. Located on the southern shore of Lake Erie, on the east side of Cleveland, this parcel of land would become a magical place that was more than just an amusement park-it was an institution of the community. However, in 1900, "the Beach" faced financial collapse under the original owners. After being rescued by the Humphrey family, Euclid Beach began its ascendancy in the 1901 season. during its 74 years of operation, particularly the "Humphrey years," Euclid Beach Park offered a vast array of major rides and attractions and also utilized industry innovations, in ride design, construction, and park management. Few amusement parks have garnered the affection, memories, and respect that surround the wondrous spot called Euclid Beach Park.
Euclid Beach Park Now honors and preserves the memory of Euclid Beach Park by supporting historical education and preserving physical items and memorabilia of the park. Members of Euclid Beach Park Now joined together to create Images of America: Euclid Beach Park to tell the story of this great park and its managing family and to present vintage images of this unique place in Cleveland history.
Copies of Images of America: Euclid Beach Park are $21.95 each, add $4.50 shipping and handling (via USPS) for each book ordered and finally add 8% Ohio Sales Tax, Cuyahoga County. Make all checks payable to Euclid Beach Park Now, and include Name, Address, City/State/Zip Code, Phone Number and E-mail Address. Send to Euclid Beach Park Now, P.O. Box 19535, Cleveland, OH 44119-0535.
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Euclid Beach Park Now (EBPN) honors and preserves the memory of Euclid Beach Park. The eastern part of the original ninety acres the amusement park occupied is a public park: Cleveland Metroparks, Euclid Creek Reservation, Euclid Beach. For information on the park and to reserve the picnic pavilion contact Cleveland Metroparks, at 216-635-3304.
November 23, 2014
The carousel will be fully operational and open to the public on November 23, 2014 in the glass pavilion at the Western Reserve Historical Society in Cleveland's University Circle.
Want to be part of the excitement? Donate Now, www.clevelandcarousel.org
We are in the process of updating our website. Some of what now appears may be changed or altered. Under the navigation drop down "About," Club History is not yet completed. Other topics that will be added under "About":
Euclid Beach Park
1895 - 1969
It is with great sadness that we must report that long time friend and Euclid Beach Park Now board member, Rudy Nagode passed away Sunday, October 12th at age 94. Rudy was a long time EBPN member having joined soon after the organization was founded in 1989. Rudy was very interested in the history of Euclid Beach Park and the Collinwood neighborhood in which it was located. Also the history of the East 185th Neighborhood and Euclid, Ohio being a member of the Euclid Historical Society. At many EBPN board meetings he would bring along scrap books of historical news clippings and photos he collected over the years to share. Rudy was very outspoken and shared his opinions at EBPN board meetings.
Arrangements are being handled at the Jakubs & Son Funeral Home, 936 East 185th Street, Cleveland, OH 44119. The family will receive friends Friday, October 17th from 2-4 and 6-8 P.M. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, October 18th at the funeral home at 10:00 A.M. Interment will be at All Souls Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Euclid Beach Park Now. firstname.lastname@example.org
At EBPN events Rudy would set up his Euclid Beach Park memorabilia. He loved engaging attendees and talking about old Euclid Beach Park.