The Lenawee County Historical Museum and Archives is free and open to the public, Tuesday-Saturday 10am-2pm. The archives offer thousands of documents relating to business, government, religion, education, railroads, the military, the Grange, the Underground Railroad, prominent citizens, and many other subjects of local interest. The photo archives contains photographs and postcards of places, people, and events in Lenawee County.
February Program: John Kuschell, Lenawee Rocks the 60's
Join us for the museum's February Program on Saturday, February 23 at 2:00PM.
Museum archivist, John Kuschell, will lead a discussion on a project he's researching titled "Lenawee Rocks the 60's." Local venues like the Devils Lake Pavilion, the Adrian Armory and teen clubs hosted thousands of area teenagers who danced to the music played by local, regional, national and international bands most every weekend in the 60's.
The program is free and open to the public.