Amazon Smile for Holiday Shopping!

Attention Holiday Shoppers: (Click on the Amazon Smile Logo) If you use Amazon for some of your holiday shopping, please shop by going to smile.amazon.com and choose Remus Area Historical Society and Amazon will donate a portion of your purchase to support our local museum and activities! This does not increase the cost of the […] Read more »

Stone Pavilion Restoration Celebration – October 22, 2016

SCHOOL SECTION LAKE VETERANS PARK STONE PAVILION RESTORATION CELEBRATION OCTOBER 22 Remus – Supporters and the public are invited to help celebrate the Stone Pavilion restoration on Saturday, October 22, 2016 at 1 p.m. at the School Section Lake Veterans Park in Morton Township, Mecosta County, Michigan. The Stone Pavilion, built in a Craftsman influenced design […] Read more »

Mecosta County Community Foundation – Community Discussion 9-13-2016

The Mecosta County Community Foundation (MCCF) wants to invite Remus area residents to attend a community discussion being held at the Wheatland Township Hall on Tuesday, September 13 from 9-11. This discussion is a part of the community needs assessment that the Foundation is currently working on for Mecosta County.  As a part of the […] Read more »

Expanded Quilt Block Trail Map – 2016

Remus Area Historical Society is pleased to announce the newly expanded Quilt Block Trail map.  The Trail across Mecosta County now features 67 mounted quilt blocks.  The attached map brochure is available at the Remus Museum, at area businesses and at Mecosta County Visitors and Convention Center.  The Quilt Block Trail would like to acknowledge […] Read more »

Little River School – August 13, 2016

Little River School From Dianne Hill FUR TRADE HISTORY IN EARLY MICHIGAN – Come to Little River School, School Section Lake Veterans’ Memorial Park (90th Ave. and 9 Mile Rd.) Saturday, August 13, to learn about the early fur trade in Michigan.  Walter Ewing, Saginaw Voyageurs sponsored by Castle Museum Saginaw, will present a first-person character reenactment and […] Read more »

New Remus Area Historical Society Billboard

A new colorful Remus Area Historical Society billboard features Remus.org, the Remus Museum and highlights Remus as the birthplace of the Mecosta County Quilt Block Trail. Thanks go to Fate’s Food Market for hosting, the painters Karen and Duane Coville, Char Lenon and Roger Orvis, Pamela Peach Burke, Linda Howard and Chris Cotton, installers Tom […] Read more »

Bundy Hill Tallest Point to Become Public Space

http://www.themorningsun.com/general-news/20151012/bundy-hill-isabella-countys-tallest-point-could-become-public-space The Chippewa Watershed Conservancy is trying to raise 240,000.00 to purchase 100 acres on Bundy Hill. This will enable them to reopen Bundy Hill to the public again. Several Old Settlers and members of the Remus Area Historical Society have been invited to a private fundraising event to raise money to purchase the highest […] Read more »

Morgan West Wheatland Cemetery – First Federally Recognized Historical Site

Morgan West Wheatland Cemetery (Remus, MI) is the first historical site to be recognized in Mecosta County and entered into the National Register of Historical Sites on December 16, 2014.  Also installed was a plaque at the Norman-Cummings (Cummins) Cemetery on 6 Mile Road in Remus, MI.      Friends of Morgan West Wheatland Cemetery Society […] Read more »