Port Huron Museums Scavenger Hunt!

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What is one of the oldest artifacts at the Carnegie Center? How many steps to the top of the Fort Gratiot Light Station tower? How old was Thomas Edison when his family moved to Port Huron? Find out all the answers on the Port Huron Museums Scavenger Hunt! Sign up for a timeslot, and all you have to bring is …

Thomas Edison Depot Flashlight Tour!

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Back by popular demand, a special night time tour of the Edison Depot Museum! Thomas Edison is most known for inventing the lightbulb. But what if he hadn’t? Join us for a 60 minute, interactive tour and celebration where you decide what you want to see…literally! On this edition of Flashlight Tours, take a guided tour and explore the Thomas …

Historical Maple Sugaring with Jeff Pavlik!

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Join us for this outdoor, in-person event! Number of guests will be closely monitored, face coverings are required, and social distancing will be strictly observed.Travel back in time with sugar expert and historian, Jeff Pavlik, as you learn all the ins and outs of Maple Sugaring!This program includes your ticket to watch Maple Sugaring unfold before you in a live …

From Whence We Came

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MJ GALBRAITH | THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2021 As work on the Carnegie Reimagined project updated building infrastructure at the Port Huron Museum’s Carnegie Center, storage space was cleared out and potential new exhibit space was created. But what to do with it? Andrew Kercher, community engagement manager at Port Huron Museums, says that while various ideas were explored, the museum …