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Jun
13
Sun
Wings & Wheels Show – Historic Willow Run Airport in Ypsilanti
Jun 13 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Wings & Wheels Show - Historic Willow Run Airport in Ypsilanti

Wings & Wheels Show – Ypsilanti

SUNDAY, JUNE 13, 2021
10 AM – 4 PM

 

Historic Willow Run Airport
801 Kirk Profit Dr
Ypsilanti, MI 48198

 

Detroit’s Invitational “Wings and Wheels” show at Historic Willow Run Airport.
Join us Sunday, June 13th for an up-close experience with dozens of stunning classic vehicles at our third automobile invitational interspersed with historic aircraft located directly on the airport ramp at Willow Run!
Tickets: $20 Advance Purchase
$25 Day of Event
Kids 15 and under are FREE!
If you have a car or truck you would like in the show please fill out our online application found on our website.
Please note: All applications must be for unmodified American, or select European vehicles with American drive trains, sold between 1930-1969. We are looking for original condition or authentically restored vehicles.
Please also visit our website for any current COVID restrictions: https://yankeeairmuseum.org/visiting-safely/
Jun
17
Thu
Juneteenth Virtual/In-Person Celebration (Day 1 of 2): Health Disparities & Black Owned Businesses
Jun 17 @ 10:00 am – 11:15 am

Juneteenth Virtual/In-Person Celebration (Day 1 of 2)

For DAY 2 event information, click HERE.

 

PART 1 In-person or virtual

 

PART 2 Virtual ONLY

 

 

For DAY 2 event information, click HERE.

 

 

 

Jun
18
Fri
Juneteenth Virtual/In-Person Celebration (Day 2 of 2): RACIAL INEQUITIES: SOCIAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM Event – Jackson
Jun 18 @ 10:30 am – 12:00 pm

RACIAL INEQUITIES• SOCIAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM

While the names of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor are well known after this past year, sadly these incidents are not new. Local law enforcement and community leaders will discuss racial inequities and calls for social justice and criminal justice reform.

Date: Friday, June 18, 2021
Time: 10:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. • Doors open at 10 a.m.

• Daniel Mahoney, Jackson County Commissioner
• John Willis, Chief Equity Officer, City of Jackson

Panelists:
• Hakim Crampton, Director of AMEN 4 Youth
• Derek Dobies, Jackson City Mayor
• Pastor James Hines, Lily Missionary Baptist Church
• Elmer Hitt, Chief of Police
• Jerry Jarzynka, Jackson County Prosecutor
• Mike Jester, Blackman-Leoni Township Director
of Public Safety
• George Lyons, Attorney at Law
• Jazmyn Ragland, Jackson College Graduate &
U of M Dental Student
• Gary Schuette, Jackson County Sheriff
• H. James (Jamie) White, Attorney, White Law PLL

 

 

 

Typically, the Juneteenth Celebration is a yearly event held in beautiful Downtown Jackson Michigan every 3rd Saturday​ in June. It recognizes Michigan’s state Juneteenth holiday which honors the singing and implementation of the 1863 emancipation proclamation and also commemorates the time two years later when all American Citizens were truly freed by presidential executive order.

This multicultural event is filled with history, food, education song, dance and good old fun for all ages. And it manages to showcase our city’s strong commitment and continued effort to live and work together to honor our past, embrace our present and strive for a better future. Follow the Jackson Juneteenth Page HERE.

 

Jun
26
Sat
Blacksmiths, Soldiers, and Log Cabin Weekend – Waterloo Farm and Dewey School Museum
Jun 26 all-day
Blacksmiths, Soldiers, and Log Cabin Weekend - Waterloo Farm and Dewey School Museum

SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 2021
10 AM – 5 PM

SUNDAY, June 27, 2021
Noon – 5 PM

 

Blacksmiths, Soldiers, and Log Cabin Weekend
Waterloo Farm and Dewey School Museum

 

Admission

$5 adult
$2 children 5-12
$4 seniors 62+
members of the society and children under 5 free

Michigan Artist Blacksmith Association members demonstrate their skills at the fixed forge and their own portable forges. Re-enactors portray the Civil War era, and we join the statewide celebration of Michigan’s Log Cabins on Sunday.

We honor and foster an understanding and appreciation in children and adults of the pioneer farmers of Michigan, their family life and their children’s schooling.

This years event will feature more opportunities than ever for children and adults to enjoy hands-on pioneer experiences. Spend the day in the Civil War Encampment, try your hand at wood carving, or learn how to make socks on a 19th century sock machine. The baker will be busy in the bake house, the blacksmith in his shop, Mr. Realy in the barn, and Mrs. Realy in her garden. The weekend culminates as we join Michigan’s statewide Log Cabin Day celebration, when you can observe a young couple setting up housekeeping in their log house.

CIVIL WAR SOLDIER ENCAMPMENT: See Civil War soldiers carrying out their daily activities, and see how those they left behind coped.

BLACKSMITH FESTIVAL: Blacksmiths from near and far will join our blacksmith, setting up their forges to demonstrate their skills.

LOG CABIN DAY: Log Cabin Day is a statewide event that shows the way to the past. It is still the only annual statewide log cabin celebration in the USA. Come out to the farm and see one of the few log cabins open to the public. We are very proud of our log house and surroundings. Guides will be available to give tours.

Admission to the Waterloo Farm Museum grounds for this event is $5 for adults and $2 for children aged 5-12. There is no admission charge for children under 5 and members of the Waterloo Area Historical Society. Admission includes a guided tour of the ten-room farmhouse.

http://www.waterloofarmmuseum.org/

Contact Us
P.O. Box 37
Stockbridge, MI 49285
E-Mail: info@waterloofarmmuseum.org
517-596-2254 and leave a message

Vounteers, Reenactors, and Demonstrators needed.

https://www.facebook.com/events/

Jun
27
Sun
Blacksmiths, Soldiers, and Log Cabin Weekend – Waterloo Farm and Dewey School Museum
Jun 27 all-day
Blacksmiths, Soldiers, and Log Cabin Weekend - Waterloo Farm and Dewey School Museum

SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 2021
10 AM – 5 PM

SUNDAY, June 27, 2021
Noon – 5 PM

 

Blacksmiths, Soldiers, and Log Cabin Weekend
Waterloo Farm and Dewey School Museum

 

Admission

$5 adult
$2 children 5-12
$4 seniors 62+
members of the society and children under 5 free

Michigan Artist Blacksmith Association members demonstrate their skills at the fixed forge and their own portable forges. Re-enactors portray the Civil War era, and we join the statewide celebration of Michigan’s Log Cabins on Sunday.

We honor and foster an understanding and appreciation in children and adults of the pioneer farmers of Michigan, their family life and their children’s schooling.

This years event will feature more opportunities than ever for children and adults to enjoy hands-on pioneer experiences. Spend the day in the Civil War Encampment, try your hand at wood carving, or learn how to make socks on a 19th century sock machine. The baker will be busy in the bake house, the blacksmith in his shop, Mr. Realy in the barn, and Mrs. Realy in her garden. The weekend culminates as we join Michigan’s statewide Log Cabin Day celebration, when you can observe a young couple setting up housekeeping in their log house.

CIVIL WAR SOLDIER ENCAMPMENT: See Civil War soldiers carrying out their daily activities, and see how those they left behind coped.

BLACKSMITH FESTIVAL: Blacksmiths from near and far will join our blacksmith, setting up their forges to demonstrate their skills.

LOG CABIN DAY: Log Cabin Day is a statewide event that shows the way to the past. It is still the only annual statewide log cabin celebration in the USA. Come out to the farm and see one of the few log cabins open to the public. We are very proud of our log house and surroundings. Guides will be available to give tours.

Admission to the Waterloo Farm Museum grounds for this event is $5 for adults and $2 for children aged 5-12. There is no admission charge for children under 5 and members of the Waterloo Area Historical Society. Admission includes a guided tour of the ten-room farmhouse.

http://www.waterloofarmmuseum.org/

Contact Us
P.O. Box 37
Stockbridge, MI 49285
E-Mail: info@waterloofarmmuseum.org
517-596-2254 and leave a message

Vounteers, Reenactors, and Demonstrators needed.

https://www.facebook.com/events/