Polka Hall of Fame
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The National Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame and Museum is a museum in Euclid, Ohio, United States. It traces the history of the Cleveland-style polka, from its Slovenian roots from the 19th century, through American factory and mining towns where it absorbed jazz and country expressions, to the post-war years when top ten polka hits got the nation on the dance floor.
- Sunday, Monday and Thursday - closed
- Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday - 11am to 4pm
The Polka Hall of Fame holds an annual awards show on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. The show awards local and national polka groups and talents. The show is held in the Grand Ballroom of the Marriott Hotel on Public Square in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, and later shown on cable channels.
Hall of Fame Members
The museum is located in the historic old city hall of Euclid, Ohio. The building was renovated in 2000.
- "Polka player going strong after 50 years; Menasha's Ray Dorschner will be inducted into Hall of Fame Saturday". Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. 1996-08-01.
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