Tour the past

Take the Spring into the Past museum tour this weekend. @fallasburg #fallasburg

Fallasburg Today

Take the tour this weekend. Help preserve history. Sign up for Fallasburg Today E-newsletter at the one-room schoolhouse museum located on Covered Bridge Road once you cross the covered bridge.

Tri-River Members participating in Spring into the Past include:

Alton Historic Church Museum –in an old church, north of Lowell (Sunday only 12-6 with hymnsing at 6) Ada’s Averill Historical Museum –house and barn Barry County Historical Society –visit Middleville Depot- Belding Museum & “The Bel” -in Belrockton Silk Mill Dormitory

Boston/Saranac Historical Society –a depot museum in Saranac BowneTownship Historical-museum, carriage house, school-near Alto Byron Center Historical Society and Museum-in former town hall

Cascade Historical Museum in old township hall Cedar Springs Museum in Morley Park, local artifacts and research Charlton Park Historical Village museum, historic village, rec area near Hastings Clarksville/Campbell Historical Society no museum, but displays in local pizza…

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Spring into past tour

Come visit Fallasburg next weekend.

Fallasburg Today

Take a historical tour on April 30 and May 1

By Emma Palova

Fallasburg, MI- Step back in time when things were simple long before cell phones and devices. Treat yourself to a historical tour through 27 area small town museums in Michigan.  The theme is “Quilts-A Stitch in Time.”

“We have put together a quilt trail with 43 quilt squares,” said director Sally Hoover Johnson. We are excited to have people travel the trail and stop in and visit our museums.”

Fallasburg Covered Bridge Fallasburg Covered Bridge

The Tri-River Historical Museum Network Presents: “Spring Into the Past”

“Spring Into the Past! “Visit some of West Michigan’s finest small museums during this annual event sponsored by the Tri-River Historical Museum Network. This year’s tour is Saturday and Sunday, April 30 and May 1 from 11 :00 a.m. to 5:00 P.M. each day when most museums are open the same days…

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