Open Hours

The Museum is closed each January and February for cleaning and administrative work.  Please call or email with any questions.

Upcoming Events

Tuesday, June 25 – Music On the Lawn featuring The Adams Family
7pm on the museum grounds. Acoustic Folk Rock.More on the band:

Saturday, June 29 – AHS Summer Community Picnic
We’re throwing a party! Join us to celebrate with Ada the many changes of the past year for AHS.  Games, nibbles, and more. 

  • cookout 12-2:00
  • Museum tours 12-4:00
  • Antique barn show 1-4:00 – drop off items beginning at 11:00.  See flyer for details  AdaHistoricalSociety-SummerInvite_FinalVersion

Tuesday, July 9 – Music On the Lawn featuring Nick Ayoub/The Family
7pm on the museum grounds. Jazz/swing standards, top hits from the 60’s, 70’s 80’s,

Tuesday, July 23 – Music On the Lawn featuring Semi Dave
7pm on the museum grounds. 60s & 70s pop hits – covers.

Tuesday, July 30 – Music On the Lawn featuring Chris Collins
7pm on the museum grounds. Blues – Folk – Rock.

Tuesday, August 6 – Music On the Lawn featuring Daves at 7
7pm on the museum grounds. West Michigan based Americana-esque group playing acoustic driven, original songs. More on the band:

Tuesday, August 20 – Music On the Lawn featuring Bucket o’ Maybes
7pm on the museum grounds. Classic Rock/Yacht Rock – family friendly, very familiar songs you can sing along with or dance to, mostly 60’s 70’s and 80’s, audience participation. More on the band:

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!