This month September 2017October 2017

T’ai Chi on the Green

The practice of tai chi is rooted in ancient Chinese martial arts. Today, this mind-body practice has value in treating or preventing many health problems, and is even CDC-approved for fall prevention.

Canning 101

Friday September 8, 6:00 – 9:00 pm Learn to home-can vegetables and fruit with this class in basic food preservation. Use the “hot water bath” method to make and can tomato juice. We’ll discuss dehydrating and pressure cooker canning...

Scarecrow Row Workshop

Scarecrow Row & Workshop Let your imagination run wild as you build a scarecrow with family, friends, club or Scout troop. This year’s theme is “Patchwork ‘Crows”, but you may design and decorate your scarecrow in any family-friendly way...

Constitution Cafés September

Sponsored by the Oakland County Bar Foundation  Did you know? Thomas Jefferson believed that Americans should examine and rewrite the U.S. Constitution to fit their needs every two decades! If you could scrap these parchment pages and redraft the...

Yoga on the Green

Increased flexibility, strength, muscle tone, mental clarity and calmness are just a few of the many physical and mental benefits of practicing yoga.

Barn Quilt Workshop

Tuesday September 12, 1:00 – 5:00 pm Learn the history and heritage of wooden quilt blocks that adorned barns in the past and create your own decorative 24” x 24” Barn Quilt in this delightful workshop taught by Troy...

T’ai Chi on the Green

The practice of tai chi is rooted in ancient Chinese martial arts. Today, this mind-body practice has value in treating or preventing many health problems, and is even CDC-approved for fall prevention.

Basic Blacksmithing Level 2

The Village offers classes in traditional blacksmithing in our Wagon Shop. Working under the guidance of Resident Metalsmith Rose Weiss, students practice 19th century forging techniques to create unique works of art. Space is extremely limited; advance registration required. Call...

Yoga on the Green

Increased flexibility, strength, muscle tone, mental clarity and calmness are just a few of the many physical and mental benefits of practicing yoga.

T’ai Chi on the Green

The practice of tai chi is rooted in ancient Chinese martial arts. Today, this mind-body practice has value in treating or preventing many health problems, and is even CDC-approved for fall prevention.

Basic Blacksmithing Level 2

The Village offers classes in traditional blacksmithing in our Wagon Shop. Working under the guidance of Resident Metalsmith Rose Weiss, students practice 19th century forging techniques to create unique works of art. Space is extremely limited; advance registration required. Call...

Basic Blacksmithing Level 1

The Village offers classes in traditional blacksmithing in our Wagon Shop. Working under the guidance of Resident Metalsmith Rose Weiss, students practice 19th century forging techniques to create unique works of art. Space is extremely limited; advance registration required. Call...

Adult Child Blacksmithing

The Village offers classes in traditional blacksmithing in our Wagon Shop. Working under the guidance of Resident Metalsmith Rose Weiss, students practice 19th century forging techniques to create unique works of art. Space is extremely limited; advance registration required. Call 248-524-3570....

Yoga on the Green

Increased flexibility, strength, muscle tone, mental clarity and calmness are just a few of the many physical and mental benefits of practicing yoga.

T’ai Chi on the Green

The practice of tai chi is rooted in ancient Chinese martial arts. Today, this mind-body practice has value in treating or preventing many health problems, and is even CDC-approved for fall prevention.

Basic Blacksmithing Level 2

The Village offers classes in traditional blacksmithing in our Wagon Shop. Working under the guidance of Resident Metalsmith Rose Weiss, students practice 19th century forging techniques to create unique works of art. Space is extremely limited; advance registration required. Call...

Teas at Two: The Legend Lives On Edmund Fitzgerald

Sponsored by Oakmont Manor and the Michigan Humanities Council  Sip a cup of tea while enjoying a slice of history. Featuring a different speaker and history topic each month, this popular lecture series takes place inside Old Troy Church...

Homeschool, Scouts & Scholars: Men and Women of the Fur Trade

Saturdays 10:00 to noon (unless indicated otherwise) $8 per Scout, Scholar or participating sibling, $5 per adult. Intended for ages 6-12. Pre-registration required. Space is limited. Call 248-524-3598. If these dates do not align with your group’s calendar, arrange...

Basic Blacksmithing Level 1

The Village offers classes in traditional blacksmithing in our Wagon Shop. Working under the guidance of Resident Metalsmith Rose Weiss, students practice 19th century forging techniques to create unique works of art. Space is extremely limited; advance registration required. Call...

WordPress Image Lightbox