The Museums are open each Saturday from 11am until 3pm.
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LTHS Art Show & Sale - July 10th!
Please join us! The Lovells Township Historical Society would be honored to have you attend our first Art Show and Sale, featuring the pottery and pen drawings of Debi Anderson.
Debi, a friend and supporter of the LTHS spends the summers kayaking the North Branch and creating beautiful pieces of pottery and unique drawings.
During the pandemic, Debi had lots of time to hand form platters, bowls, vases, and draw 'Brown Paper Bag' fish.
Debi usually donates to local silent auctions like LTHS’ Beaver, Beer, and Banjo, but has over 40 pieces this year!! Debi has requested ALL proceeds of the ART SALE go to the LTHS’ Scholarship Fund…
Thank You Debi!!!
Our Anna Berinat Scholarship fund has dwindled as LTHS has not held BBB since 2018. Weather, Covid, and uncertainty has prevented us from holding BBB and raising funds. LTHS has still awarded each year two $1,000 scholarships to either a local Lovells Township or Crawford County student attending Kirtland Community College.
As always, we are very grateful for your ongoing support!
This year’s main display will feature The Unsung Heroes of The Au Sable. Fifteen individuals are highlighted for their contributions to trout fishing and cold-water conservation. The Lovells Township Historical Society will observe limited hours of operation for their 2021 season. Visitors are invited to stop by between 11am and 3pm each Saturday during Michigan’s Trout Season.
The Unsung Heroes of the Au Sable display was designed to give recognition to various men and women who have selflessly given their time, expertise and enthusiasm to protecting our cold-water fisheries. This will evolve into an on-going program as there are many, many people that work tirelessly to protect and improve our rivers and fisheries. The Historical Society intends to add additional “recipients” each year. This year’s honorees include: Bob Andrus, Terry Lyons, Glen Sheppard, Robb Smith, Steve Johnson, Biller Miller, Karen Harrison, Dorothy Schramm, Ann Miller, Dave Cozad, Steve Sendek, Tom Buhr and Bruce Pregler.