The Chatham-Kent Museum, established in 1943, is dedicated to preserving the material heritage of Chatham-Kent and to promote the area history through exhibits and programming. The Museum has, for over 50 years, been selectively acquiring artifacts of local and national significance including 12,000 three dimensional objects, over 1,000 natural science specimens, 50,000 photographic images, archival material and a substantial art collection including works by celebrated Canadians; A.M. Fleming, Hortense Gordon and Mary Abraham.
Other History nearby:
(Chatham) Chatham-Kent Museum
(Detroit) Detroit Historical Museum
(Grosse Pointe) Edsel & Eleanor Ford House
(Detroit) Fisher Mansion
(Wyandotte) Ford McNichol Home/ Wyandotte Museum
(Dearborn) Henry Ford Estate - Fair Lane
01/18 Coming to The Chatham area
The Big Tap-In Real Craft Beer Festival Boardman OH April20 The biggest craft beer fest between Pittsburgh and Cleveland.
Italian American Summer Festival Berea OH June28-30 Bocce tournament, dancing with live entertainment at the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds.
Annual Manchester Chicken Broil Manchester MI July18 Adelicious chicken dinner complete with half chicken, roll with butter, fresh made cole slaw with secret local recipe, radishes, chips and beverage. Entertainment and camaraderie are provided for your enjoyment along with an antique car show.
Greater Youngstown Italian Fest Youngstown OH August2-4 The fest is a family-oriented event that offers a taste of the Italian heritage through performances by international recording artists, delicious food offered by the area’s finest vendors and restaurants, Italian games and more.
Italian-American Heritage Festival Warren OH August9-12 Bocce and morra tournaments, pasta sauce contest, homemade wine tasting.
Black Swamp Arts Festival Bowling Green OH September6-8 The Black Swamp Arts Festival (BSAF) connects art and the community by presenting an annual arts festival and by promoting the arts in the Bowling Green community