Events

 Museum Temporarily Closed for Construction

We must prepare for a very exciting expansion to the current museum, meeting, archiving, and office spaces. Bear with us as we do our best to protect the community’s archives throughout the construction process. Please check back or call for more up-to-date information about possible tour availability.Averill Museum - Pardon Our Dust

Upcoming Events

Friday, August 17- Beers at the Bridge Summer Concerts: Thirsty Perch
6 p.m. at the Ada Covered Bridge and Leonard Field. Grab a blanker pr lawn chair and head over to the covered bridge! The village comes alive with great music, beer from Gravel Bottom Brewery, and fun area vendors.
More information: http://adamichigan.org/events/beers-at-the-bridge-friday-august-17

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Due to this summer’s anticipated construction at the museum, it will not be possible to offer the 2018 Music on the Lawn concert series. We regret having to miss this wonderful tradition. Tuesday nights in the village just won’t be the same this summer!

But please know, we’re only pressing pause…For all the musicians, music-lovers, tow-tappers, tail-shakers, and picnickers who enjoy Music on the Lawn, we’ll be back and ready to hit play for the 2019 season. Stay tuned!

In the meantime, mark your calendars for the three BEERS AT THE BRIDGE EVENTS, JUNE 22, JULY 20, AND AUGUST 17. We hope to see you there!
For more information visit: http://adamichigan.org/events/beers-at-the-bridge-friday-june-22
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A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words
Do you love to take photos? Do you enjoy posting on social media? Or would you simply like to help us preserve Ada history?

The village is undergoing significant change and will continue to grow. If you take any photos of the changes, consider sharing a copy with AHS and we will add them to our community archives. Buildings coming down and going up, you and friends enjoying new amenities or sites in the village, even favorite photos of the last few decades in Ada, digital or printed photos. Please drop by the museum, email, post to our Facebook, even mail to the museum–whatever it takes!