If you enjoy euchre, join the Museum Guild of Dearborn and Michigan Arts to the People this January and February for a couple of euchre tournaments benefiting the Dearborn Historical Museum!
The tournaments will be taking place on Saturday, January 11 and Saturday, February 15 at the Warren Valley Banquet Center at 26116 W. Warren Street in Dearborn Heights. Check-in begins at 6:00pm with games starting at 7:00pm. There will be prizes for the top 5 finishers and 50/50 drawings. We hope to see you there!
On Wednesday, January 8th 2020 the Dearborn Historical Museum is pleased to present the latest edition of the Dearborn Historical Society Lecture Series as historian Lori Feret presents on the history of the Boblo Island ferries SS. Columbia and SS. Ste. Clair.
The event, located at the Dearborn Historical Museum’s McFadden-Ross House at 915 S Brady, Dearborn MI, 48124, is free and open to the public. We hope to see you there!
Greetings! One of our sister institutions, the Governor Warner Mansion in Farmington Hills, will be having a fundraiser on Thursday, May 12th. Below are the details, please support if you can.
New spring fashions will be the focus of “Springtime Spectacular,” the 8th annual spring fashion show fundraiser for the Governor Warner Mansion, Farmington’s museum of local history.
The event will be held Thursday, May 12 at the elegant Glen Oaks Country Club, located at 30500 West Thirteen Mile Road in Farmington Hills. Doors will open at 10:45 a.m. for a chance to browse the boutique shopping and pick out a few favorite raffle prizes. The program will begin at 11:45 with a fun pre-show, after which lunch will be served, and the fashion show will begin.
During the show, live models will give attendees a glimpse of what the trend-setting ladies will be wearing this spring. Fashions will be provided by The Clothing Cove, an upscale boutique located in Milford. Discover just what colors, cuts, and styles are “in” this season—bring your friends and see what chic is all about!
Tickets are $45 (advance only) and are available through May 2 at Farmington City Hall, located at 23600 Liberty Street. Seating is limited, so please purchase your tickets early, especially if planning to sit with a group. For more information and/or reservations, call (248) 474-5500, ext. 2225.
The museum is looking for people who have experience with researching and writing grants. Admission to the Dearborn Historical Museum is based entirely on donation; help us keep it that way. There are many needs the Museum has and there is always a need for new programming but that takes money. If you have some time to donate in helping the Museum research and write grant proposals, we would love to talk to you. Please contact us at 313-595-3000 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Friends of the Museum,
We just wanted to let you know that the Museum will be closed on Thursday, December 24th through the end of the year. We will reopen on Monday, January 4th
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all of our friends, we look forward to a prosperous 2016.