Fallasburg bazaar vendors

Visit the Fallasburg historical village decked out in autumn glory. The premier fall event for the Fallasburg Historical Society is the 2nd annual village bazaar. Explore the historic buildings, get your Christmas shopping started early.

Fallasburg Today

Here is a detailed list of vendors of the 2nd annual Fallasburg Village Bazaar to be held on Sept. 17 and Sept. 18 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the pioneer village across the covered bridge.

Thunder Storm Rose Metal Art – Robert Rose – recycled metal welded together to create yard/lawn art and sculpture (return vendor) See featured cover photo.

Rock Art – Doug and Marcia Alkema – shale and gypsum rock drilled to hold candles – oil burning rocks – jewelry (return vendor)

Sandy’s Fudge – Sandy Van Dyke – fudge and hot fudge sauce

Crafty Couple – Roberta Hulber – embroidered masks, capes, dolls, bibs, headbands, mittens, etcetera

Ana Maria Pimentel – sustainable handmade gnome and fairy houses, organic accessories, stone jewelry and glass

Rebecca Ueberroth/Theresa Broom – fused glass bowls, garden stakes, wall decor, christmas ornaments, etcetera

Lady K Chimes – Karen Roden – lake superior driftwood…

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Fallasburg village bazaar

Visit the Fallasburg historical village in its autumn splendor. Immerse yourself in the historic atmosphere of the 1850s.

Fallasburg Today

The 2nd annual Fallasburg village bazaar will be held on Sept. 17th & Sept.18th from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the historical village located in the northeast corner of Kent County.

Cross the covered bridge into the 1850s pioneer village founded by John W. Fallass. You will immerse yourself in historical atmosphere of a time gone by. Get your Christmas shopping done early here at the village bazaar.

The Fallasburgh Flats vintage base ball team will play the last game of the season on Sept. 17th.

Share the Fallasburg Historical Society message with your friends. Follow us on social media, sign up for the Fallasburg Today E-newsletter to stay in the loop.

Watch for full story with a list of vendors coming soon. What would you like to see at the village bazaar?

For open slots at the bazaar contact Michelle at

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Fallasburg Covered Bridge Bike Tour

Mark your calendars for the 22nd annual Fallasburg Covered Bridge Bike Tour on July 10th.

Fallasburg Today

Pedal through the beautiful countryside at your own pace

By Emma Palova

EW Emma’s Writings

Lowell, MI- The 22nd annual Fallasburg Covered Bridge Bike Tour is set for Sunday, July 10th with registration in person at the one-room schoolhouse from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m.

Pre- registration online is at for $25 per individual, $35 for family before July 5th. After the deadline and in person, there will be an additional $5 charge.

There are several tour options ranging from 12 miles to 100 miles.

The most traveled route is the 28-mile route to Ada and back from the Fallasburg Covered Bridge to the Ada Covered Bridge , according to Fallasburg Historical Society (FHS) president Ken Tamke,“It is a reasonably flat and easy ride for families and casual riders,” said Tamke.

The second most popular route is the South 50, which travels along rivers and streams through  beautiful farmland.


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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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Stastny Novy Rok 2016

Czech desserts.


Chtela bych poprat vsem svym zakaznicim krasny novy rok 2016. Necht se Vam ve vsem dari. Necht se Vam splni vsechna Vase prani.

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Dekuji za uspesny rok 2015.

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