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Farm to Table - Sold Out! 
Date: Tuesday, August 22nd

Rochester Grangers Vintage Base Ball

Visit the Rochester Grangers for a complete 2017 schedule
No advanced registration required
Enjoy base ball the way it was played by gentleman in the 1860s. 
Admission is free - bring your own blanket or chair.
All games start at 1:00pm

 Date Opponent
Sunday, September 10th        
vs. Northville Eclipse
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Summer Programs for Kids

Little House in the Village Writer's Camp: Ages 9-12

Dates: Monday, August 21st - Thursday, August 24th (SOLD OUT)
Time: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Location: Rochester Hills Museum
$120 for Museum Members
$140 for Non-Museum Members

Enjoy four days of fun throughout our 16 acres, various historic buildings and Stony Creek. The site's sights, sounds, smells, tastes, and feelings are perfect for any budding young writer. The focus is on process, not product, but does align with the Rochester Community Schools' curriculum.
Music in the Garden
Date: Wednesday, August 23rd
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Rochester Hills Museum
Free for Museum Members
$5 for Non-Museum Members

The Children's Garden is the perfect place to spend the evening and enjoy the music of Guy Louis.

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Smart Towns Lecture Series
Smart Towns is a lifelong learning program for everyone in the community led by educational, non-profit organizations including the Rochester Hills Museum. Smart Towns' "partners" work together to provide a unique series of programs exploring one period in history for one year. The theme for 2017 is "The Gilded Age in America: 1870-1900". While major changes were taking place in America after the Civil War, what was happening in Rochester during this time?


September 26th
Smart Town: Railroads and Depots in the Gilded Age: Silver Spoons and Golden Spikes - presented by Jackie Hoist and Ron Campbell

Time: 7:00 pm
Free for Museum Members
Seniors $3/Adults $5

The Museum's second presentation as part of the Smart Towns series on the Gilded Age. The Gilded Age was an era of rapid economic growth and railroads were the major growth industry. America had a love-hate relationship with the railroads as travel became easier, cheaper and more common. How did these iron horses change our country? Jackie Hoist and Ron Campbell will take you on a trip back in time to learn about trains, depots, and travel during the Gilded Age.

Please visit Smart Towns for more information on local community led programs. 
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Ken Elwert, CPRE
Director of Parks &Forestry
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Patrick J. McKay
Museum Supervisor
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Ph: 248.656.4663

Location
1005 Van Hoosen Rd. 
Rochester Hills, MI

Open to the Public
Drop-in tours
Fridays & Saturdays
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm


General Admission
Free for Members
Non-Member Adults $5.00
Students/Seniors $3.00

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