Calendar of Coming Events 2019

 Saturdays Williams Site (Atherton Road) Open  10 am to 2 pm
Thursdays City Site  Open 10 am to 2 pm
Tues. April 9  Board Meeting 12 pm – Member Meeting 12:30 pm Williams Site
Sat. April 20 Closed for Easter weekend
Thurs. May 9  Member Meeting 12:30 pm City Site
Sat. May 25  Closed for Memorial weekend
Tues. June 4 

Thurs. June 13

 New Moon Madness program – 10 am to Noon

Member Meeting 12:30 pm City Site

 

SWING THE HAMMER

Work continues on the four showcases being built with funding from the grant received from the Community Fund of Greater Flint. Terry Wolfe and Mark Koski are our master carpenters working diligently, skillfully and for free. We really appreciate your help guys. We also want to thank Judy Bernethy for allowing us the use of the work shop and tools on her property. Thank you to everyone who made this project possible.

SCHOOL TOURS

The Township has been working with the Davison Schools scheduling tours at the Williams Site.  The following are the dates set:

Monday, April 8, Wednesday April 10 and Wednesday May 15 from 9 to 11:30

Volunteers are needed.

New President

Congratulations to Terry Wolfe who is our newly elected president. If you have not yet met Terry please stop in and get to know him. Terry is a charming, knowledgeable and very hard working member of the Historical Society.

He has been instrumental behind many of our projects and our main force in vermin elimination.

Thank you for accepting the position Terry, and congratulations.

New Moon Madness

Tuesday June 4 10am-2pm

As part of the Davison Township Parks & Recreation spring and summer programs the Historical Society will be conducting a “New Moon Madness” program. Brush up on your moon trivia because there will be games and possibly a sing-a-long. Snacks and drinks will be provided. The morning is geared towards seniors and there is no cost involved. The event will take place at the Historical Museum at the Williams site, 10069 E. Atherton Road.

Please join us for a fun filled morning.

 Romancing the Garden

Need to bring a little love into your garden? Learn how to use the language of flowers to create a message in bloom.

On Saturday June 8 from 10am-12pm, persons 18 yrs and up can participate in a class at Kitchen School and learn how flowers can speak the language of romance. A gift of a starter plant or two will be given to each person attending.

Check the Davison Township Parks & Recreation Spring/Summer Guide or their web site for more information.

Kitchen School House – 4010 S. State Rd.

$14 for Residents, $16 for Non residents

Space is limited so please RSVP by May 30th to Davison Twp. 214-1810

Sing For Joy Spring Is Here!