Aimee Weeber to present on history of Blissfield's Hathaway House
Aimee Weeber, a member of the Weeber family which for many years has owned and operated the Hathaway House and The Stable restaurants in Blissfield, will be relating the history of the “Carpenter House” and the restaurants’ long history in Lenawee County. Participants will be dining at the House, and reservations are requested. Reservations can be made through the Museum.
In 1838, David Carpenter settled in Blissfield, Michigan where he opened a dry goods store and soon began planning "the finest home between Toledo and Buffalo.” A home that would sit adjacent to the Erie and Kalamazoo Railroad tracks that were laid through Blissfield in 1836. Built in 1851, the Hathaway House has been designated a Michigan Historic Site and is also listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
To RSVP for the dinner on Thursday, June 25th at 6:00 P.M. at the Hathaway House (424 W. Adrian St., Blissfield), please call the Museum at 517-265-6071 and leave your name, telephone number and the number attending.