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If you're a fan of automotive museums they don't come much better-or closer-than Cleveland's own Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum. The annual meeting of the Friends of the Crawford will be held on Thursday, March 19th and it's open to the public. The event, which includes dinner, starts at 6 p.m. It will be held in the museum, which is located on University Circle, 10825 East Boulevard (east side of Cleveland). The evening's agenda includes a special presentation "An Intimate Look at Cleveland's Auto Manufacturing Past" by Frank Wrenick. Attendees will also be able to check out the vehicles in the museum's extensive collection. Cost for dinner and drinks is $30 per person. Contact the Crawford Museum by March 16 via email at Crawfordfriends@wrhs.org or call (216) 721.5722, extension 260.