Join Us Saturday, May 25th, 7-9pm for the Opening Reception and Open House Celebration. View the motorcycle (inside Hartman School) that South Haven police officer Buster Diebold rode during the 1950s and 1960s to patrol downtown and empty parking meters. free and open to the public Historical Association of South Haven 355 Hubbard St. South […]
WEDNESDAY – JUNE 19, 7 PM A presentation on dating vintage photographs by Alice Clark, of the South Bend Area Genealogical Society. Historical Association of South Haven 355 Hubbard Street South Haven, MI 49090
SUNDAY – JUNE 30, 2 PM to 4 PM An annual event featuring neighborly conversations, Sherman’s Ice Cream, the Casco Band, vintage lawn croquet and children’s activities. Free and open to the public Join us for great music, interesting exhibits and good company. Donations accepted for ice cream hand scooped by our volunteers. Always a […]
WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 2019 at 7 PM – 8:30 PM Before email and text messages, postcards were the premier way to send a quick message to family and friends. Fortunately, these cards have been preserved and saved from generation to generation — offering a glimpse into a simpler time of carefree vacations around the Great […]
SATURDAY – AUGUST 17, 7 PM South Haven in Stories and Song Listiak Auditorium South Haven High School 600 Elkenburg Street South Haven, MI 49090 “South Haven in Stories and Song” is a delightful way to learn about South Haven’s history, including the timeless art of story-telling to the toe-tapping sing along songs that celebrate […]
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th, 1-3pm South Haven’s Lakeview Cemetery Visitors are encouraged to park near the center of the cemetery and walk back to the starting point which will be just inside the Bailey Avenue entrance at the grave site of Captain James Donahue, South Haven’s lighthouse keeper from 1874 to 1909. Throughout the walking tour […]
TUESDAY – SEPTEMBER 24, 7pm. Learn what records will lead you to discovering the stories of the residents before you, and how you can access the information that will help tell a home’s story. Presented by Lynn Houghton of Western Michigan University’s Archives and Regional History Archives.