Dearborn Michigan Events
On April 26, return to Ross House lawn at 1 p.m. for a free, family-friendly, free - for all event on the grounds of the Michigan Museum of Natural History. The event will include tricks - or treatments of the museum's exhibits and will also be a kringle - a - k-ringing - in - the - New Year - celebration of Christmas and the Christmas season. On April 27 at 2 p.m. there will be a "trick or treat" of museum exhibits and live music by local bands.
Be sure to visit the Trenton Fire Department, which will be there to give children a guided tour of a real fire truck. If you have not been to the Commandant Quarter until recently, this is an excellent time to see for yourself.
This fall, Great Lakes Apparitions seekers will go on a ghost hunt through the ruins of the St. John the Baptist Church in Grand Rapids. Tickets for the ghost hunt cost $40 and can be purchased on the museum's DHM website. Tickets for the beer tasting on Saturday, October 28, at 7 pm in the DHM's Great Hall are also available.
If you are interested in reserving a place for the sale of trunk space, you can call the museum at (717) 567-5500 for more information. The association Herbal Study Dearborn will hold its annual regular and sales sale on Saturday, November 11, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Great Hall of the DHM. You can participate in the sale on Friday 10th, from 10 am to 2 pm and on Sunday 12th October and on Monday 1st December, at the same time, from 12 pm to 4 pm.
Participants can learn about the events and people who have influenced the naming of the main streets of Dearborn. Participants will be interested in learning about the history of the street and its importance for the city and its people.
M Museum archivist Mason Christensen will give a talk on West Dearborn's street name history on September 5. During the presentation, Bruce will share a scrapbook that will contain the things Ed has loved in life, such as his love of music, art and art.
Many handmade favorites will be on display at the Dearborn Museum of Art on Saturday, September 5, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Many of your favorite handmade items will be available at the M Museum gift shop on Friday, September 5.
The canter will be made of metal and will have connections to the points on other race medals, and will have no connection to the place except the race medal. A ceremony will be held at the Dearborn Museum of Art on Saturday, September 5, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. M. M., London. The 10 by 20 retail space costs $15, or just $10 if you're a museum member. For $20 or $25 at the door, visitors get a beer tasting from a number of Metro Detroit breweries.
The price is $25 if the buyer buys at least five books, or $20 if he is a member of the Dearborn Museum of Art.
Runners also have the possibility to run the 5km at any time of their choice and submit a result. The track is a USATF-certified 5K track, and we will continue to have decades of races like this and others.
The time achieved on the timeline counts for prizes and race records. This race will be a 5km race, not a 10km, 5K or even a half marathon, and the finish time is limited to 1: 00.
Anyone who wants to help can attend a training session at the museum on Saturday, March 26, from 9 a.m. to 11: 30 a.m. Mike has published a book about the history of the Michigan Museum of Natural History's collection of useful unique items, and we are now collecting some of them. He will talk about his experience with the collection and his thoughts on it, as well as other interesting topics.
He has 26 years of experience as an archivist, including more than 20 years at the Michigan Museum of Natural History and the University of Michigan, and he has had a great time with his new job.
Mike Smith is currently an assistant professor of history at the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Michigan. Kray is the author of several local history columns published in the Dearborn Press Guide. The book also contains photos of the history of the city from the beginnings of its development to the present day. It includes more than 2,000 photos from retired city photographers from Dearback, as well as photos of local landmarks such as the Old Town Hall and the former City Hall.
The book describes the road that runs mostly along the I-94 route in Michigan, as well as Hunter's experience of cycling on that road. It is the only race that involves tunnels in the course and is famous for its underwater miles. Every year runners from all over the world come to Detroit to run the Detroit Marathon, the largest marathon in North America and one of the most prestigious in Europe.