For more information on the events below see our "Annual Events"
or call the Museum at (989) 893-5733.
September 7, 2015
The Historical Museum will be closed all day in
honor of Labor Day
"People of Pine Ridge Cemetery:
Plot by Plot "
with Clara Pasko and Ron Graham
As a Bay County Historical Society Librarian, Clara Pasko was often frustrated at the lack of information available to patrons
researching relatives buried at Bay City’s Pine Ridge Cemetery. Records were scattered--or did not exist--and there
were many discrepancies in names, data and burial locations.
What began three years ago as an attempt to transcribe and organize the existing
records has become an ongoing quest for Clara, Ron and several dedicated volunteers. The result is a new
database with both alphabetized and plot-by-plot listings, which will be added to the BCHS website and available to researchers
in the near future.
Join Clara and Ron as they present the
Pine Ridge Cemetery story, and the efforts to preserve and maintain this historic site.
September 13, 2015
River of Time Fundraiser Breakfast
Knights of Columbus #2740
1021 Woodside Avenue, Essexville
8:30am - 12:30pm
Period Dressed Servers!
The River of Time Living History Encampment is a free educational event presenting a timeline of North American, Michigan
and Bay County histories. While this event is free to the public, there are costs incurred. Enjoy a delicious breakfast with
omelets, pancakes and waffles as you help support this community event.
September 26-27, 2015
River of Time Living
This annual event held on the banks of the Saginaw River in Veterans Memorial Park
draws re-enactors from all over the country to dress, work and live as people did from several eras in Michigan's
past. Representing time periods from pre-contact Native Americans, Revolutionary War, French and Indian War, Civil
War, and the great World Wars, this free, family-oriented, educational event is a wonderful way to look back
at simpler if not more difficult times.
Friday September 25th is Education Day!
For more information contact the Museum or Jan Rau at (989) 686-6834 or visit the River of Time