Museum for Tots!

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Explore the Lowell Area Historical Museum with  your child, participate in hands-on experiences and create a take home activity. For young children ages 0-5 and their caregivers. Cost $1.00 per child

When:  2nd Monday of the month October-March 10:30-12:30.

Stop in any time during these hours, activities typically take 30 minutes.

February 8

“Winter Wonders”

Come explore the museum and learn about how lumbermen cut down logs in the winter. Create several crafts to bring home including a log end, snowman project and a beautiful snowflake.

2015-2016 Museum for Tots! Schedule

February 8          10:30-12:30

March 14             10:30-12:30

 

 

 

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Ladies of the Lighthouses

March 17

1:00 Lowell Township Hall 

Enjoy an afternoon tea with lighthouse historian Dianna Stampfler.

Meet the ladies who kept the lights burning at beacons throughout Michigan. They were women before their time, taking on the dangerous and difficult job of tending to the beacons that protected the shores of the Great Lakes State.

In all, nearly 40 women have been found who excelled in this profession.

Nearly 50 images have been collected (of keepers, their lights and their families). The program also includes readings from journals, logs and autobiographies from these women.

Hosted by the Lowell Area Historical Museum and the Friends of the Englehardt Library.

Event will be held at the Lowell Township Hall (2910 Alden Nash Ave Se.) 1:00pm

Admission is free.

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 Free Admission Days!

The Museum will be open to Lowell residents free of charge on the first Thursday of each month.

 

Discover Historic Lowell

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Interpretive Board Project
Explore the downtown historic district using a self guided brochure and new interpretive boards located throughout the district. The first 10 boards have been installed on the Riverwalk and along Main Street.
Click Here to See Boards

 

 

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