Welcome to the Hamburg Historical
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 2013 FROM 10 - 4 P.M.
ANNUAL FALL FESTIVAL IN THE VILLAGE OF HAMBURG
Lots of Fun Events on Saturday, September 21st in the Village of Hamburg:
- At the Hamburg Historical Museum - 7225 Stone Street: The Civil War Comes To Hamburg 186 1-1865: 1:00 p.m. - Presentation by ith Coebly - "When A Rose Is Not A Rose" - Women who disguised themselves as men to join the armies as soldiers and nurses during the Civil War. Limited Seating - Call 810-986-0190 to reserve a seat. Also at the Museum: Display of Personal Items from Hamburg Civil War soldiers; demonstrations of daily life, including doing laundry, making ink and using a quill pen, making apple cider, making fabric and clothing. Ice Cream Social at 3:00 p.m. Also a Silent Auction, Gift Shop and Resale Shop
- At St. Paul's Church - 7701 East M-36: Arts & Crafts Vendors, Kids' Activities - Bounce House; Bake Sale & Refreshments. Dinner Tent and Music 4-8 p.m.
- At St. Stephen's Church - Hamburg Road and Stone St. - Tour this beautiful 1844 historic church which is the oldest Episcopal Church in Michigan. Bake and Book Sale
- Golden's Classic Car Show for St. Joseph Hospice - Corner of Hamburg Road and M-36 : Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles, Tractors, Music & Trophies. All proceeds to St. Joseph Mercy Hospice in honor of Cookie Golden.
- Park It On The Lakelands Trail: At Winkelhaus Park from 9-1 p.m. Kids Activities and games. Sports Vendors, Archery Demo, Nature Discovery Display and More.
The Museum Tea Room is now open during
regular Museum hours.
Looking for a unique place to have your Holiday Party or event? Our Tea Room is available for your special event. We can serve a tea designed to fit your needs. The Tea Room is also available for rent. Call 810-986-0190 for details.
Snack Teas are served during regular Museum hours. High Tea available by reservation.
Looking for that special gift that doesn't cost much? We
have a wonderful variety of tea pots, Victorian inspired treasures
and much more. Everything is new and very reasonably priced.
Also, don't forget Basement Treasures, our on-going resale shop. Lots of items at your price.
Stop in to do your gift shopping.
BASEMENT TREASURES RESALE SHOP IS OPEN
Cleaning out those closets and drawers? We are looking for donations for our Basement Treasures Resale Shop. We
can use household items, small size furniture, clothing and books. Donations are tax deductible. Items can be
dropped off during Museum hours, (Weds. 4-7 pm Sat 11-3 pm) or we can arrange other times as well. Call 810-986-
0190 for information.
Hamburg Township Historical Society
Suzanne Hines - President
Wayne Burkhardt - Vice President
Sara Bennett - Secretary
Joyce Terry - Treasurer
Pat Dewolf - Member at Large
Tood Golden - Member at Large
Our Staff Volunteers:
Board Meetings are Held the third Wednesday of each month at 7 p.m. at the museum.
in the Hamburg Historical Society
Send your name, address, city, state, zip code and phone number together
with your check for annual dues to: Hamburg Historical Society, P.O.
Box 272, Hamburg, MI 48139. Or, better yet, drop it off at the Museum.
- Individual - $15.00
- Family - $20.00
- Student - $2.00
- Business - $40.00
- Life Membership - $200.00
- Honorary - 70 & Over
Hamburg Historical Museum
7225 Stone Street
(Old Library Building)
P.O. Box 272
Hamburg, MI 48139
Open: Wednesdays 4:00 - 7:00 p.m.
Saturdays 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Special Tours By Appointment
Museum Phone: 810-986-0190
Or, Contact Suzanne Hines at
Opened in 2004, the goal of the museum is to preserve and present
the history of Hamburg.
The museum is located in one of Hamburg's major historic buildings. The
building began in the mid-1850's as a Methodist Church; housed
the Township offices in the mid-1900's and was the home of the
Hamburg Township Library for over 20 years.
Take a Walk Into Hamburg History at the Hamburg Historical Museum
Enjoy our wonderful displays of vintage toys, dolls and children’s books.
Snack Teas available during regular Museum hours.
Directions to 7225 Stone St.
Historical Museum -7225 Stone Street (Old Library Building) Hamburg
P.O. Box 272 Hamburg, MI 48139 Phone:
810-986-0190 Open: Wednesdays 4
- 7 p.m. Saturdays 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
It seems like just yesterday that we began cleaning and painting the new Hamburg Historical Museum. But it has been over nine years that a group of dedicated
volunteers on a very shoe string budget have worked to preserve and present
the history of Hamburg. It costs an average of $700 a month to cover utilities,
insurance and business supplies. Income from the Tea Room, Gift Shop, Resale
Shop and donations keep us going. But the Museum building is in jeopardy. We
need to replace the roof. Patching and temporary fixes no longer work. The cost is $30,000.00. We know we
cannot raise this amount of money overnight, but we are asking your help either through donations, attending
a Museum activity, or becoming/renewing your membership in the Historical Society. Thank you for your
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
*The Civil War Comes to Hamburg
Exhibit Sept. 7 thru October 19
*Hamburg Fall Festival
Saturday September 21 10-4 pm
*Witches Hat Tea
Halloween, Thurs. Oct 31 - Halloween at 1:00 p.m. Tickets: $20.00. Enjoy a HIgh Tea Luncheon with our special presentation of "Why We Love Halloween." Seating is limited. Call 810-986-0190 to reserve. Witches' hats and goodies included.
NEEDLEWORK ARTS: QUILTS AND EMBROIDERY
So many of us are involved in the art of quilting. We make quilts, collect quilts, use quilts, admire quilts. Our new exhibit displays a variety of quilts and embroidered items, varying in design and execution. Most of these were made before there were stores with thousands of fabrics to choose from, rotary cutters, electric sewing machines and hobby time that allows today’s quilters the luxury of quilting all day, every day. This does not mean that today’s quilts are less than those made yesterday. It only means that there are more of these symbols of warmth, comfort, love and creativity in the world.
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September 5, 2013
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