Monday, June 20, 2016

Singin' the Sixties Festival 2019

Singin' the 60's Festival 2019

"Folkies to Flower Power and the Birth of Pop"

Saturday, June 29th, 10am to 6pm on the grounds of the Sanilac County Historic Village & Museum in Port Sanilac, Michigan.

Here's to feeling groovy!

Come celebrate the songs of the 1960’s at four performance areas:
- Groove to the group sounds at "The Happening” under the big tent.
- Drop in to the historic church for groups performing 60's music.
- Join the peace movement at the schoolhouse where"Love-Ins" are performed by artists         singing the songs of favorite 60's artists.
- Get together at the railroad depot for "Sit-Ins" where host musicians “jam” together with the   audience.

Great music, vendors, food, and a children's area. . . lots of family fun planned!

Co-Produced by the Camp Cavell Conservancy, Blue Water Folk Society and Sanilac County Historic Village and Museum with support of the Sanilac County Consortium for the Arts.

Admission is $10 adults, $5 students, 12 and under free.
Musicians bring your instruments and feel free to set up and play for the visitors anywhere you find a spot. Perhaps the front porch of the Loop-Harrison Mansion, or The Cash General Store.  

Admission is $10 for Adults, $5 Student. 12 & under free.

For More Info Call 810-622-9946

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Saturday, June 4, 2016

Port Sanilac Roller Rink Revisited

This summer the Sanilac County Historic Village & Museum is displaying people's memories of the Port Sanilac roller rink.  The display is in the mansion's dining room.  Once situated where the Harbor office sits, the arch-roofed roller rink was the scene of much entertainment, and more than a few local couples may have met there before becoming man and wife.

Visitors are encouraged to read the "memory book" and add their own memories on the chalk boards.  You may also bring pictures of the roller rink to share with others.  All items contributed will be archived after the exhibit ends this fall.

Who knows what business used the building after the skating rink was done?  Can you figure out who had a wedding reception at this location?