Get schooled by attending one of these interesting programs about historic topics.
Michigan’s One Room Schoolhouses with Kyle Bagnall
Wednesday, September 9 at 12:30pm at Mills Center
Many of you know of Kyle’s wonderful presentations, but this is one you may not have seen. Kyle will talk about the history, restoration and locations of some of Michigan’s good old one-room school-houses. There will be a special Grilled Cheese and Tomato Bisque lunch. Come and reminisce about the “the good old days” with a hearty meal enjoyed before the presentation.
Pony Express Documentary
Wednesday, September 9 at 12:00pm
Even if you are not a history buff, you will enjoy this fascinating exposé about the brave riders who were the lifeline of the nation in their day. These mail carriers, who endured scorching heat and sub-zero cold, risked life and limb to carry the mail back and forth between MO and CA. They were the precursors of today’s postal workers who continue with the faithful distribution of important, and not so important, communications. Afterward, you will have an opportunity to write a thank you to your own postal worker. Call 835-6891 to make reservations for luncheon beforehand. Salad bar is at 11:15am.
Music & History
Wednesday, September 16 at Coleman
Listen to tunes from Good Times Music at 11:00am and a talk about Coleman’s History, presented by Gary Skory from the Midland Historical Society at 12:45pm.