Extra! Extra! Calling all journos, muckrakers and newshounds! Join us at the Oakland History Center as we take a culinary trip through the early days of the press in Oakland County. You’ll enjoy dishes inspired by the “Pontiac Daily Press Recipes,” published in 1935 and featuring recipes submitted to the paper from local residents. Tickets for this multi-course meal are $50 per person, and a portion of every ticket will
Tours every 15 minutes starting at 2 PM and ending at 4 PM. Tickets available here via events.getlocalhop.com. This year’s theme: “BRUSH WITH DEATH” – Celebrating the artistic creators of Pontiac’s past. Don’t miss this dynamic annual walking tour, as we explore the historic Oak Hill Cemetery in Pontiac, Michigan. It is educational, it is fun, and it is outdoors. The event will happen rain or shine. Purchase your tickets
Join us for our family-friendly celebration, held at our campus on Cesar Chavez Avenue in Pontiac. Free Admission Free Ice Cream Food Trucks Live Music Reenactors Mansion Tours Historic Demos Flea Market Vendor Booths Kids Crafts
Tonight you will be visited by a ghost–a ghost of dishes past! Join us for a festive evening supporting a good cause with recreations of dishes served in the household of Charles Dickens, complete with period music and inspired 19th century refreshments. You will enjoy a taste of Victorian England and celebrate something timeless – great food! Tickets for this event are $40 per person and will take
Print the Flyer Tickets: $15.00 Available at eventbrite (link), The Gateway, 7150 N. Main Street, online at Facebook – Lakeview Cemetery Restoration Project, and at the venue. Walk begins at the Ticket Tent, Lakeview Cemetery, 6150 White Lake Road (last tour leaves at 4:00 p.m.) Costumed interpreters representing Clarkston men who served in the Union Army during the Civil War and women who were left to take care of
Our Subject: “Back To the Beginning”.
Two day event! More information coming!