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Upcoming Events

For more information on the events below see our "Annual Events" page
or call the Museum at (989) 893-5733.

 
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 April 22, 2015
95th Annual Business Meeting
of the Bay County Historical Society 
6:15pm 

The annual business meeting for the membership of the Bay County Historical Society will be held at the Museum in the Heritage Room.  Light refreshments will be served.


 
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April 24-26, 2015
Bay Heritage Quilters Guild
Quilt Show 
A Sharing of Quilts XIII
 
 
Scottish Rite Masonic Center
614 Center Avenue,  Bay City 
 
Friday & Saturday:  10am to 6pm
Sunday:  12noon to 4pm 
    
Admission:  $6.00 
 
More than 150 Quilts on Display! 
 

Silent Auction • Vendors • Raffle Quilt 

Lunch Available • Handicapped Accessible

  

For more information contact Margaret at (989) 415-0469, email RC106mom@hotmail.com, or click on the link below


Bay Heritage Quilters Guild Quilt Show

 
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 May 8, 2015
Guided Tour of City Hall
Leaving from the Historical Musem
11:00am
Cost:  $1.00/person 
 
The Historical Museum is now offering guided tours of City Hall on the second Friday of each month at 11:00am. To participate please meet in the lobby of the Museum.  Space is limited to 20 individuals.
    
If you wish to schedule a tour of City Hall for your group of 10 or more, please call the Museum at (989) 893-5733. The  Museum also offers special curriculum related program for school groups. 

 

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 May 9, 2015
Second Saturday
"The Amycita "
with the Saginaw River Marine Historical Society
1:00pm
 
 

A build-it-at-home kit boat shipped out of Bay City's Defoe Boat and Motor Works in 1915, the Amycita was built in Washington, D.C., and was used after World War I and through the Great Depression. She finally moved to Massachusetts the early 1960s, and eventually found her way to Bayboro, North Carolina. The boat was donated to the Saginaw River Marine Historical Society by her 4th-generation owner, and returned to Bay City in August 2014.

Join members of the SRMHS as they tell the story of the Amycita and the group’s plans for her future restoration and exhibition.