Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Museum Reopening Soon

We've been hard at work getting the museum open for the public.  We're just as excited as you to see what changes have been made to the museum.  Stay tuned for our grand reopening date!

Monday, July 21, 2014

Brew, Brats, and Bands at the Barn 2014

Saturday, September 13, 2014, 6:00-9:00 PM at Preservation Park (Cady Boyer Barn)

In conjunction with Canton Leisure Services and Holiday Market, we're pleased to present the fifth annual B4 event. A ticket to this event includes 7 beer tickets, bratwursts with fixings, a tasting mug, and an event area with over 50 craft beers to sample. View the flyer here.

Tickets are $30 at the door.

Online ticket purchasers, please note: online tickets are will call: just tell us you bought online at the gate and provide the name of the purchaser.

Friday, September 20, 2013

Heritage Arts and Crafts Series

Thursdays, October 3 & 10 at 7:00PM at the Bartlett Travis house

Enrollment is limited to 8 adults. Tickets must be purchased in advance at the Summit on the Park. Each adult may bring can bring one child age 10 and up with you to work on the wreath.

Autumn Nut Wreath

Participants should bring: a 12 inch foam wreath form, green, rounded type (available at Jo Ann’s for $5 and WalMart for $3.50); and two-three pounds of unshelled mixed nuts. Wire and glue will be provided at the workshop.

Many different materials can be added for a different look. If you want a ring of whole walnuts around the outside of your wreath (a nice look) you will need 45-50 walnuts nuts of similar size. Please bring a piece of cardboard, foamboard, etc. (14-18” square) because the wreath is constructed on this flat surface and needs to be transported home flat until the mastic dries.

Holiday Pomander Balls

Tuesday, November 12 at 7PM at the Bartlett Travis house

Participants should bring 2 oranges to class. Cloves and ribbons will be provided at the workshop

Instructor: Shelley Hansen will guide students in creating personalized, hand-crafted items. Shelley has extensive experience in arts and crafts, including painting, beading and quilting. An experienced teacher, She has led workshops and demonstrations at the Ella Sharp Museum in Jackson, Michigan.

Shelley has volunteered many hours on the Society's behalf.

Proceeds from the workshops will be used to purchase supplies needed to preserve photographs and documents related to Canton history, so they cam be displayed to the public. Contact  for questions about the workshops.

View the flyer for all events here.