“Spring Into the Past” with Free Museum Weekend

We received the following information from the Lowell Area Historical Museum.

Spring Into the Past is an annual event of the Tri-River Historical Museum Network, held the first weekend in May, when many local museums will be open with free admission the same days and times.*

  • Saturday, May 4th from 11 am to 5 pm
  • Sunday, May 5th from 1:00 to 5:00 pm

Pick up a directory from any museum or download one at commoncorners.com. Participating Museums include the Lowell Area Historical Museum, Fallasburg Historical Society, Rockford, Ada, Historic Charleton Park, Boston-Saranac and many more.

The theme for 2024 is “Notable Names” with displays and exhibits about prominent people and public places in each community – men and women who in many ways made an impact in their town, state or elsewhere.

Emma Kropf, Queen of the 1931 Lowell Centennial, is one of the people spotlighted this weekend.

(*As of this writing, Ionia’s Blanchard House will only be open on Sunday and the Vestaburg Historical Society will have a display at Richland Township Hall only on Sunday.)

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