Miss the June 16, 2022 presentation on Mid-Michigan Ghost Towns by Audrey Martini (or want a review)? Here's a link to her Powerpoint (available for a limited time). Click this link for video of PPT: https://youtu.be/EDK9f1JF8iY (You may pause the video as it plays.)
The Mason Area Historical Museum at 200 E. Oak Street is currently open on Saturday afternoons only from 1 PM to 3 PM. Other days and times may be available by advance appointment. Call Mary Hagan at (517) 676-5314 to arrange.
Barnes Street is currently under construction. Avoid driving on Barnes. Do not park on Barnes. We suggest entering Oak Street from the east using Rogers Street for your North-South access. "Road Closed" signs are meant to be "Closed to Through Traffic" signs.
CURRENT MUSEUM COVID PROCEDURES BASED ON STATE COVID-19 GUIDELINES: As of July 1, 2021, the state is no longer is limiting capacity indoors or outdoors. Also, masking mandates are lifted, although masking for those not immunized or vaccinated is still encouraged, especially at the Pink School. SOCIAL DISTANCING BETWEEN GROUPS IS STILL ENCOURAGED IN THE MUSEUM.
You can also send a check donation or pay member fees Please make check payable to:
Mason Area Historical Society PO BOX 44 Mason MI 48854
MAHS PURPOSE: TO COLLECT, PRESERVE
AND TELL THE STORIES OF MASON HISTORY
The Mason Area Historical Society (MAHS) is a group of volunteers organized as a 501c3 nonprofit and supported by membership dues, fundraisers, and donations. All financial contributions are tax deductible.
Please consider donating to allow programs and events
to continue to be offered in the future!
Donations received are used in preserving and maintaining Mason's
local area history and the upkeep of the museum
and Pink School's infrastructure.
MAHS appreciates your consideration.
MAHS MONTHLY GENERAL MEETING AND SPEAKER PROGRAM!!!
Ghost Towns in Mid Michigan
with Audrey Martini - Ingham County Historical Commission