Stories of Cleveland's history from 1875 – 1929
Hear the Cleveland Storyteller share the entertaining stories of Cleveland's past, including John D. Rockefeller, Samuel Mather, Laura Mae Corrigan and other notable personalities.
Dan Ruminski tells stories that illuminate what made Cleveland great in the last decades of the 19th century and the first three decades of the 20th century. He is motivated by more than the glamour or nostalgia associated with the history of this region. He wishes, with stories of the past, to help discussion on how we can renew our civic greatness.
Cleveland's history is rich in stories of creativity, imagination, determination, and courage. I want to celebrate individual Clevelanders and the great families who changed this area and the world. I want to inspire audiences and light up the hearts and minds of Cleveland's younger citizens, help our community find its way to a future that honors and learns from achievements of our past. I want to promote the community I loved as a boy and still do.
Dan's live interview with "Driving Cleveland"
Dan Ruminski creates a spellbinding entertainment experience—The Storyteller in his chair, sharing unique stories of Millionaires' Row. His carefully researched stories are constantly updated, fresh, and shared at events and venues throughout the Cleveland area. His presentations are ideal for corporate events, fundraisers, and groups seeking a unique glimpse of Cleveland's past.
His goal is to entertain while promoting Cleveland nationally, rebuild Cleveland pride, and overcome outdated, uncomplimentary stereotypes.
|Title of Talk||Date & Time||Location|
Title of Talk: A Stroll Down Millionaires’ Row: 1875-1929
|June 29, 2019 5:30 pm||Historic Mather Mansion
2605 Euclid Ave, Cleveland - Directions
Heavy hors d' oeuvres, wine & beer; live auction
For additional details, call Nikki at 216-420-6253
Title of Talk: Millionaires’ Row
|July 19, 2019 10:00 am||Bay Village Senior Center
Not Open to The Public
|As part of the corporate keynotes series, Dan offers presentations from these historic locations.|