Rochester Hills Michigan Museums
The Rochester Museum of Science Center is gearing up for its 100th birthday celebration this weekend and is one of the state's most popular events.
All food and entrance fees for the event go directly to families in the Rochester area. Rochester Lodge of Elks is home to H & M Blinds Designs, which has a special Christmas bazaar with a wide selection of handmade items for sale. We have over 125 artists, sellers and boutiques that will participate in our Christmas bazaars. Everyone is welcome to attend our Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, and all food, entrance fees and fees for the events go directly to families throughout the Detroit area and beyond.
The 7th Annual Christmas Bazaar will be held at the Rochester Hills Natural History Museum on Saturday, December 6, 2016. The 7th annual Christmas Bazaar at the Rochester Hill Museum will also be held for the seventh time on Sunday, December 7, 2017.
The 7th Annual Christmas Bazaar at the Rochester Hills Natural History Museum will also take place on Sunday, December 7, 2017 at the Rochester Hill Museum.
Music lovers can enjoy the six subscription concerts of the Rochester Symphony Orchestra (RSO) on Saturday, 9 December 2017 and Sunday, 1 January 2018. Continuing the tradition of outstanding orchestral performances, we offer the renowned Detroit Symphony Orchestra a summer house.
The Van Hoosen milk barn from 1927 is part of the museum complex, and it is filled with exhibits, videos and temporary exhibitions reflecting the fascinating history of the municipality. Visit the restored 1927 Milk Barn, the original Stoney Creek Schoolhouse and the old schoolhouse. The site features buildings from the 1840s to the present day, including a restored 1926 dairy barn, a 1920s barn and an original Steinbach house, as well as a replica of our original Stone Creek school from 1848.
Visit the historic Stoney Creek Schoolhouse and the original Stone Creek Farmhouse and see a replica of our original Steinbach House from 1848, as well as other historic buildings from the past.
If you have seen a similar story on Facebook, The Guildhall Museum is bringing an interactive Dickens exhibition to life, because it's a paradise for bookworms. This museum is for anyone who wants to collect a piece of history from the Rochester Hills area. Start your trip with a tour of the historic Stoney Creek Schoolhouse, the original Stone Creek Farmhouse and other historic buildings. A cantilevered Tudor house with 26 white painted 26 foot high ceilings and a replica of our original Steinbach house from 1848.
After getting enough of your Christmas shopping, take the short drive to picturesque downtown Rochester. Walk through historic Stoney Creek Park before visiting Whole Foods and the outdoor shopping center.
Traditionally, the Friends of the Farmers Market hosts an annual Christmas market with a variety of upcoming Christmas events to be found in Rochester, NH. The Rochester Museum and Science Center (RMSC), a volunteer organization that supports the Rochester Museum and Science Center, presents its annual Christmas Market, which offers a wide range of food, crafts and crafts for sale to fill the museum's galleries and Eisenhart Auditorium. It is scheduled to be installed on Saturday, December 23, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Stoney Creek Park in downtown Rochester.
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Today, the Rochester High School Holiday Bazaar is called "Join Kim Adams, 98" and will take place on Saturday, December 11, 2017, at the New York City fairgrounds in Rochester, NY.
The museum is located in Stoney Creek Village, which is on the National Register of Historic Places, in a 16-acre complex that originally belonged to the Taylor Van Hoosen family. The museum includes a former warehouse area, so there is plenty of space to perfectly tell the story of the dairy farms that once dominated the early settlement of Rochester Hills. Two old houses date from the original settlement in the area at the time of its foundation, and the museum houses a collection of artifacts from this early community that can be found throughout the Midwest and the United States and will become a museum of art, architecture, history, art history and architecture.
The Paint Creek Trail stretches from Rochester to Lake Orion, MI and is owned by the Trailways Commission, one of the first railroad companies to operate it. It stretches through the city of Rochester and extends from Stoney Creek Village in Rochester Hills, Michigan, north of downtown Rochester and south of St. Clair County, Mich. , which runs from the campus of Michigan State University in Ann Arbor, Minnesota, through the community of Rochester and then stretches from Detroit southward into the Detroit River Valley. The Trailway Commission would then turn the land into a public park, which was adapted by the State of Michigan and the City of Buffalo, N.Y., the same year it was purchased, but sold to a private developer in 1983 in the form of a $1.5 million grant from the Michigan Department of Transportation.