The Old Mill Museumlocated at 242 Toledo Street, Dundee, Michigan is hosting a Museum Appreciation Day on Sunday, September 27, 2009.
The party – a thank you to residents and visitors for their past support – takes place from noon to 4 PM. The public is invited to attend and enjoy the museum and special exhibits. The Old Mill Museum does not charge admission.
Visit the Archives for genealogy information, including obituaries, photos, school information and much more. See the unveiling of their latest archival addition, a framed pennant of the original Dundee High School.
Guided tours will be provided and light refreshments will be served in the Busz Room, named for the museum’s founder, Marge Busz.
Current exhibits include:
– Mary Powell unique musical instruments collection
– Women’s needlework including crocheted pincushions and tatting instructions
– Life before electricity exhibits on the second floor, including an 1859 map of Monroe County with Dundee insets
– Pottawatomi reservation exhibit on the third floor, including beadwork created by the late Patti Pilbeam
The museum is barrier free and has elevator access to the second and third floors.
For more information call 734-529-8596 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org