Christmas on the Farm
Waterloo Farm Museum wishes to invite you to experience their 26th Annual Christmas on the Farm. Tour the 1880s farm house as it is poised to receive holiday visitors, stroll the grounds to view decorated outbuildings, warm your toes by the outdoor fire. Indulge in drinks and baked goods at the bake house while musicians, carolers and storytellers entertain you. Demonstrators will share their crafts. Participate in the silent auction. Concessions will be available.
Visit the Christmas Market to purchase your favorite gift items. Wool socks, candles, crafted ornaments, quilts, pinafores, aprons, pottery, goat milk soaps, lip and hand balms, and wooden toys to name just a few. Everyone appreciates food items such as honey, coffee beans, maple syrup, holiday spice tea blends and Waterloo Farm’s famous bean soup mix. Wreaths and décor are available for your seasonal decorating. Many gifts are locally sourced from Waterloo area artisans and vendors. All of this and more Saturday, Dec 4 and Sunday, Dec 5. Hours 10am to 4pm
Photo with Santa
“Photo with Santa” at the Waterloo Farm Museum, November 30th, noon to 5 pm and December 1, noon to 5pm. $40.00 per family. Call for Appointment after November 1, 517-392-3195
Regarding COVID-19 guidelines for Michigan
Social distancing will be in place whenever possible. Masks are not required outdoors per MI recommendation. Masks are still required indoors for all non-vaccinated individuals.
SAY HELLO TO GIVING FOR THE GREATER GOOD with Eaton Community Bank.
Eaton Community Bank in Stockbridge is donating $9,000 and needs your help. Please Vote today! The Waterloo Area Historical Society has been identified as one of the eligible charities. Your vote may help the Waterloo Area Historical Society win an additional $5000. Please vote today! The link is below.
The Waterloo Farm Museum and Dewey School Museum needs your help!
Looking for a vivid glance into 19th century pioneer life? The Waterloo Farm Museum has just the thing. The museum features farm buildings nestled in the curve of a scenic rural road. Highlights include a farmhouse built in 1850s, a rare restored wooden Perkins windmill, a log house with stone fireplace, a woodworking and blacksmith’s workshop with working forge, the granary which now serves as a gift shop, and many other buildings that supported 1880s farm life. The Dewey School Museum, located three miles north of the Farm, is a one-room schoolhouse that was built in the mid-1800s and held classes until 1956.
Jackson Magazine Nomination
Waterloo Farm Museum and Dewey School Museum has been nominated for Jackson Magazine’s 2022 Best of Jackson awards in the category of “Best Local Museum.” The first round of voting begins online at JacksonMagazine.com on October 1, 2021, and voters will be choosing the top three finalists in each category. The second round of voting to choose the winner in each category will begin in November and ends on December 17. The top three finalists in each category will be profiled with photos in the March 2022 edition of Jackson Magazine. Please support the Waterloo Farm Museum and Dewey School Museum and Please Vote!!!!