The Lemon Bay Historical Society has planned another in its series of guest speakers at the Historic Green Street Church Museum, 510 S. Indiana Ave., Englewood.

7 p.m. April 23:

Our guest will be Tome Shaaltiel, Education Coordinator of Cedar Point Environmental Park. She will share the benefits of a diverse selection of nature programs and some of the exciting secrets that may be found on a nature walk through the park.

Cedar Point is one of the last remaining large tracts of undeveloped land on Lemon Bay in Charlotte County. With 115 acres pine flatwoods cover over 60 % of the park, Cedar Point also has scrub, scrubby flatwoods, mangrove swamps, salt marshes, and wetlands.

The program is free and open to the public. Any donations are always welcome.

Our Mission: “perpetuating the legacy of the past and honoring the pioneer settlers of the Lemon Bay area.”

Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you.

We couldn’t accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you.

The Green Street Church

The Green Street Church Museum at its new home on Indiana Ave.

The Historical Society is responsible for maintaining the historic Green Street Church building and its property. These expenses include lawn mowing, water, electricity, landscaping maintenance, insurance, taxes, building upkeep, etc.
We thank all of you who are sending in donations to help us maintain this historic landmark.



If you prefer, you can mail your tax-deductible donation to:

Lemon Bay Historical Society,
P. O. Box 1245,
Englewood, FL 34295

Thank you!



NOTE: We are now booking weddings and meetings at the Green Street Church building.
For information call (305) 504-7220.
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You can also contact us by mail at the above address.



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