January 2019 TAHS Program: Waterfront Transformations by Peg Siciliano

2498Sunday, January 20, 2019 – 1pm, at the Dennos Museum Center

In partnership with the Dennos Museum Center, Local historian and TAHS board member, Peg Siciliano, will present a program about the transformation of West Bay and Boardman Lake from industrial to recreational uses, and of Traverse City’s change from a lumbering and industrial hub to an outdoor mecca for tourists and retirees. Please join the TAHS for their January monthly program held in conjunction with Visions of American Life: Paintings from the Manoogian Collection, 1850 – 1940, organized and toured by the Detroit Institute of Arts. This program is free of charge thanks to a grant from Art Bridges.

The program will be held at the Dennos Museum Center (1701 E. Front St. GPS: 1410 College Drive, Traverse City, MI) on Sunday, January 20th, at 1 pm. Program is free and open to the public.

3 thoughts on “January 2019 TAHS Program: Waterfront Transformations by Peg Siciliano

  1. When is this being presented? The article says November 4th at 1pm. The headline says January.Please clarify; I’m very interested in attending. Karla Stretten

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