Thursday, January 28, 2016

Rene Lichtman to Speak at The Museum Church

On Sunday, April 17th, Dr. Rene Lichtman PhD, will speak to us about his experience as a hidden child in France during World War II.  After Rene's father was killed fighting against the German occupation, his mother asked friends to hide him while she hid elsewhere.  He explains that his childhood story is of a boy with two mothers.  We hope you can attend to hear all the details of how Dr. Lichtman came to the United States and to eventually live right here in Michigan.

This presentation, part of our Lecture Series, begins at
3:00 PM. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for students.
Coffee and other refreshments will be available.

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Tritone Paradox to play at The Museum Church

On Sunday, May 15th, The Sanilac Consortium for the Arts will sponsor Tritone Paradox in concert at The Museum Church. Tritone Paradox composes and performs instrumental acoustic guitar/percussion based music inspired by rock, jazz, bluegrass, country, folk, avant garde, and world music. Their compositions feature intricate arrangements and extended improvisations while retaining an earthiness uncommon to the genre of guitar-oriented instrumental music. They regularly perform around the Detroit Metro area. For mote information you may visit their Facebook page

The performance begins at 3:00 PM and tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students.  Refreshments will be available.

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Sunday, February 17th at 3:00 PM in The Museum Mansion the ever-loving and popular Black River Blue Grass Boys” (Boys?) are back after a two year world tour! (if you believe that you will believe anything)  This group of “boys” have too much fun performing, and their enthusiasm spills over into the audience.  Not only can they play, but their jokes are so corny, it is infectious.

Tickets $10, Students $5