You saw us at the parade...come check out the open house...
Make plans to join the Crooked River Local Longhouse and learn more about the Native Sons & Daughters program at one of this year’s Recruiting Rally & Cookouts. September 20th or 21st. You can attend either one. We offer two options since everyone has busy schedules.
We will provide hot dogs, drinks, and dessert. Our officers will give a brief presentation about the Native Sons and Daughters program. We’ll also have music, activities, crafts, and displays highlighting our events. Join us anytime between 6:00 and 8:00 PM.
The William J. Green Lodge Picnic Area is located off the Valley Parkway in the Mill Stream Run Reservation, south of Bagley Rd and north of Eastland Rd in Berea. It is located near the center of the physical fitness section of the all purpose trail.
Campouts, Tobogganing, Bowling, Roller Skating, Pinewood Derby, Naval Park, Horseback Riding, Archery, Rock Climbing, Fishing Derby… and so much more
Who We Are
Native Sons & Daughters is a national parent child program, designed specifically for one-on-one parent child interaction within a group setting. Crooked River Native Sons & Daughters is a local program with over 90 families serving Olmsted Falls, Berea, Strongsville, Columbia Station and Middleburg Heights. Programs are designed for parents and children, ages 5 and up. View our membership flyer.
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Longhouse Meetings are open to all Members of the Crooked River Longhouse to come and hear updates and offer their input on agenda items. Longhouse meetings occur on the first Monday of every month at 7pm at Buffalo Wild Wings on Pearl Rd. in Strongsville. Please check the calendar in case of a date change.