War of 1812 Militia Muster Days at Navarre Anderson Trading Post Friday, May 29, 2008 – 7 PM – French-Canadian folktales and legends Saturday, May 30, 2009 – 9 AM to 5 PM Sunday, May 31, 2009 – 9 AM to 3 PM The 1st Kentucky Regiment (War of 1812 living history unit) and the Monroe Historical Museums … More War of 1812 Militia Muster Days at Monroe’s Navarre Anderson Trading Post
June 13 Glory, Valor & Sacrifice Civil War Remembrance Tour For tour details, click here. To purchase tickets online or by mail, see below: Book now as June 13 seats are filling fast! Order your tickets online today. Click on the quantity options below. June 13, 2009: Glory, Valor & Sacrifice Southeast Michigan Civil War Remembrance … More June 13 Glory, Valor & Sacrifice: Southeast Michigan Civil War Remembrance tour registration
Hometown History Tours is pleased to announce that Grosse Ile Trustee Pamela A. Frucci will be on board the June 13th Glory, Valor & Sacrifice: Southeast Michigan Civil War Remembrance Tour. A longtime advocate for the environment, arts and history, Trustee Frucci works tirelessly within the local community and state to promote these endeavors. We’re … More Grosse Ile Trustee on board Civil War bus tour
Can history play a role in the economic development of Detroit and southeast Michigan? I believe it can. Check out how The Journey Through Hallowed Ground has positively impacted the local economy of the communities along this 175-mile trail. It’s National Preservation Month. Let’s envision a strong future based on our storied past and work … More Does history play a role in our region’s economic development?
Taylor’s new armed forces museum opens during May 16 veterans memorial ceremony Congressman Dingell, Senator Stabenow, brigadier general, Medal of Honor winner and the Taylor mother of female soldier killed in Iraq are all part of the program A U.S. senator from Michigan and the nation’s longest-serving congressman will be among the dignitaries present for … More Taylor’s new armed forces museum open May 16 with special veterans memorial ceremony
Hometown History Tours will post a list of Memorial Day Celebrations. You can help. Let me know about an event near you! May 16 Veteran’s Memorial Day Ceremony / Taylor American Warriors Museum Grand Opening City of Taylor’s annual Veterans Memorial Day ceremony and grand opening of the Taylor American Warriors Museum inside City Hall. … More Southeast Michigan 2009 Memorial Day Celebrations
Nothing to do? Broke? Can’t afford a vacation? Have out-of-town guests coming to visit but don’t know what sites to show them? Don’t worry, there’s lots to do and see right here in southeast Michigan. The organized tours listed below will help you get out and explore your town. As a hometown tourist, you’ll see … More Explore Detroit and Southeast Michigan – Tour Directory
“FILL THIS BUS!” That’s my rally cry. I’m so excited about finally launching the Glory, Valor & Sacrifice Southeast Michigan Civil War Remembrance Tours that I want to be able to shout: “Sold Out!” Sure, if the tours sell out, I’ll make a few bucks (very few to be exact), but it’s so much more than … More FILL THIS BUS! Special promotion aims to spread the wealth.
History Happenings: Events of Historical Interest Want your event posted here? Email the details to firstname.lastname@example.org March 18, 2010 Southeast Michigan Heritage Tourism Networking Event: Capitalizing On Our Local History. 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM. $28 pp/$250 table of 10 advance registration required. Sponsored in part by Southeast Michigan Heritage Tourism Ambassadors (SEMHTA) Opportunity Grosse … More History Happenings: Events of Historical Interest Around Southeast Michigan
Lincoln Park remembers our fallen heroes on Sunday, May 17 with a Memorial Day Healing Fields tribute. At 10 AM hundreds of 3×5 foot flags will be raised 8 feet tall – in perfect rows – as a patriotic remembrance to honor the men and women who have made the supreme sacrifice for our nation’s … More Lincoln Park pays tribute to fallen heroes with Memorial Day Healing Fields