The Marilla Historical Society was formed in 1980 in order to preserve and celebrate Marilla Township’s pioneering traditions rooted in agriculture and logging. The organization maintains the Marilla Museum and Pioneer Place in Copemish, Michigan.
All events take place at the Marilla Museum & Pioneer Place.
Sugar Fest with the Marilla Historical Society
Saturday, April 13, 2013 (11am-2pm)
It’s “Sugaring” time in Marilla. The season is ripe for it, the buckets are out, the weather is right, and the sap is running. For a wonderful way to celebrate a tasty spring tradition, join us at the “SUGAR FEST” sponsored by the Marilla Historical Society. Come join us for this great way to welcome the Spring season!
Delicious Old fashioned Pancake Luncheon
Tours of all historic buildings and special “sugaring displays”
Starts at 11:00
Until they’re gone…”Taste of Maple.” Sample many recipes made with real
maple syrup and take your favorite recipe home with you.
“Making Maple Syrup” demo
Concert with Tim Joseph, a fine vocalist and instrumentalist with guitar and banjo. Tim has been bringing fine music in the old style tradition for a good lot of years. You won’t want to miss this!
2013 Open Houses
Mark your calendars and visit a great little museum on one of the following dates:
- May 25, 1-5pm
- May 27 (Memorial Day), 10am-noon
- June 29, 1-5pm
- July 27, 1-5pm
- August 31, 1-5pm
- September 28, 1-5pm
- October 26, 1-5pm