Newsletter and Calendar
Calendar of Coming Events 2016
|Tuesdays and Saturdays
||Williams Site (Atherton Road)
Open 10 am to 2 pm
|Thursdays||Downtown Site. Open 10 am to 2 pm|
|Tues. April 12||Board Meeting 12:00 noon Membership 12:30 noon Williams Site|
|Sat. April 23||Celebrate Spring Williams Site|
|Tues. May 10||Membership Meeting 12:30 pm Williams Site|
|Sat. June 11||Children’s Garden Day Williams Site|
|Tues. June 14||Membership Meeting 12:30 pm Williams Site|
COMING EVENTS – WILLIAMS SITE
CELEBRATE SPRING – Saturday, April 23
Please join us for a celebration honoring spring. Enjoy a free spring themed movie in our theatre starting at 11 am followed by treats and crafts. Seating for 33 people and places for 2 wheelchairs is available on a first come basis. Crafts will take place from 12:30 to 1:30 pm. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
CHILDREN’S GARDENING FUN – Saturday, June 11 at 11 am
Children are invited to create a potted flower arrangement to take home and enjoy all summer. Nursery rhymes and poems about flowers will be shared while planting. Snacks will be provided. Suggested for ages 3 – 12 and children must be accompanied by an adult.
BELOVED MEMBER PASSES
Samuel Painter was considered a pioneer by the Davison Area Historical Society. Long before the society existed Sam coauthored a book on Davison History and had done extensive research on the area.
Sam volunteered for the society for many years, staffing the museums and assisting people with research. His favorite time of the year was in the spring when Davison’s second grade classes visited Kitchen School to experience an “old fashioned” school day.
On Thursday, March 10, 2016 Sam went to join his Lord. He will be remembered as a kind, intelligent, respected gentleman. Our loss is heaven’s gain.
WILLIAMS SITE TRAILS
Township workers have been busy working on the trails in the 100 acre woods. A bridge will soon connect the existing paths to the newly created routes on the opposite side of Kearsley Creek. A great variety of wild flowers bloom along these trails offering an enjoyable opportunity to learn more about our areas botanical treasures.
IT IS HERE!!!!
After years of waiting to be displayed the restored 1910 ca. “Rockaway Coupe” carriage has finally found a home in the Historical Society’s Williams Site Museum. Please plan a visit soon.