For more information on the events below see our "Annual Events"
or call the Museum at (989) 893-5733.
February 8, 2020
"The Beatles and JFK: Michigan
with Gary Johnson
The commonly held belief regarding the connection between John F. Kennedy and the Beatles is
that America was in mourning following his assassination in November 1963, and the Beatles came on the scene in early 1964,
which helped lift the veil of sadness that had enveloped the country.
Join presenter Gary Johnson
as he recalls this time in history and shares Michigan connections to these two events.
February 14, 2020
City Hall Tour
The Museum will offer a tour of Bay City's historic City Hall leaving from the Museum lobby. Cost is $1.00/person and tour is limited to the first 25 persons.
March 13, 2020
The Museum will offer a tour
of Bay City's historic City Hall leaving from the Museum lobby. Cost is
$1.00/person and tour is limited to the first 25 persons
March 14, 2020
"The Most Famous Shipwrecks in History"
with Ric Mixter
RESCHEDULED FROM JANUARY
us as award-winning videographer Ric Mixter presents: "The Most Famous Shipwrecks in History." Ric will explore the "truth from myth" of famous
wrecks from Noah's Ark to the Titanic, and will provide insight into what makes a ship noteworthy. He'll share the oldest
wrecks discovered as well as the most treasure, and include infamous losses on the Great Lakes.
April 10 - 13,
The Historical Museum will be closed in observance of the Easter holiday,
and our regular 2nd Friday City Hall tour and Second Saturday program will not take place. These programs will resume again