Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Museum

Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Museum

This year's new exhibit at the Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Society's Pumphouse Museum looks behind the annual excitement of summer in our beachtown community to reveal the "normal" side of life during the so-called quiet months. The museum is now open daily from noon to 4pm though Labor Day and then on weekends through October.

Titled "A Village Patchwork: Everyday Life in Saugatuck and Douglas", the exhibit pulls together an array of photographs, artifacts and stories to depict the cross-currents of daily working and living that characterized our formative years from 1890 to 1950, setting precedents for today's off-season, small-town lifestyle.

Located in the historic Village Pump House on the Kalamazoo River Waterfront at Mt. Baldhead Park.

This fun filled action packed knowledgeable exciting historical gig has been brought to you by the folks at 

Sherwood Forest Bed and Breakfast
Saugatuck/Douglas, Michigan 49406

It's pool time

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