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For Covid-19 safety measures we ask that all ticket sales be purchased here through our website. Purchases must be made before a certain date noted under each event. Also, we ask that you kindly wear a mask and keep a distance of 6' apart from others while participating in our outdoor events. Thank you for your support and understanding.

Hi Kim,
What a wonderful class you provided today!! The kids practiced their handshake greetings w/Diane at Max and Ollies and did some demonstrations for their parents and us at dinner! I also LOVED the tour of the Crocker House! What a wonderful, dedicated group of volunteers you have!! 
You wanted me to also remind you of my suggestion for a Manner's class outline of topics/key points/learnings for parents to take home and reinforce at home.
Thanks again for your patience and dedication to this class and the museum! We are fortunate to have you in our community!
Patrice Avery

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Wanted to say thank you for having this event. My daughters enjoyed it and came home with lots of interesting information. They couldn’t help to correct me of all my etiquette mistakes. 😂

Macomb County Historical Society, 

Crocker House Museum & Gardens


Saturday, June 26, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.: Garden Walk 
Start at the Crocker House Museum garden where you will get a map to tour local private gardens. Also, enjoy shopping for garden art and share in a plant exchange. Simply bring your split plants or flowers to exchange for another. Garden Walk tickets are non-refundable and cost $12 for members of the Macomb County Historical Society and $15 for non-members. You may now purchase your ticket online by clicking the buttons below. Members must show their member card when picking up their map on the day of the walk. Maps will only be given out on the day of the walk inside the Crocker House Garden from 9 a.m. - noon.
Tickets available for purchase in the Crocker House garden.
Thank you to everyone who attended the garden walk, the homeowners who shared their gardens with the public and to the garden docents and volunteers who assisted with this event.  All of you helped to make Garden Walk 2021 a very successful and lovely event.  

Wednesday, July 21, 4 p.m.: The Crocker House Book Club: Meeting via Zoom or in the garden if weather permits.
“Maids of Misfortune” written by Louisa Locke in 2009 is a charming little murder mystery, set in Victorian San Francisco, with nary a strange steam engine in sight.

Saturday, August 14, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.: Historical Porch Walk
Walk through the historical district neighborhood in Mount Clemens. Homeowners will talk with you from their porch about the history of their beautiful historical home. Tickets cost $15 for members of the Macomb County Historical Society & $20 for non-members. Map given with ticket. Walk at your own pace, Members will have to show their member ID when picking up their Porch Walk map on the day of the walk from the gazebo in the museum garden.
​Tickets will be available for purchase online in 2021 and will also be available for sale in the Crocker House Museum Garden on the day of the event. Thank you to all the homeowners who participated in this year's porch walk.  And thank you to all of the attendees who enjoyed visiting and hearing the history of the houses along the walk.  All of you helped to make this event successful.  Thank you!

Save the date for next year's Porch Walk:  August 13, 2022

Wednesday, August 18, 4 p.m.: The Crocker House Book Club: Meeting via Zoom or in the garden if weather permits.

“Flower of the North: A Modern Romance” was written in 1912 by Michigan author James Oliver Curwood. This adventure takes Philip Whittemore up the Churchill River of northern Canada to a land which he thought he knew.

Wednesday, September 15, 4 p.m.: The Crocker House Book Club:
“Kim” was written by Rudyard Kipling in 1901. The story unfolds against the backdrop of The Great Game, the political conflict between Russia and Britain in Central Asia. The novel is ranked as No. 78 on its list of the 100 best English language novels of the 20th century.

Friday-Saturday, September 17-18, 10 am-5 Estate Sale Sponsored by the Crocker House Museum: Proceeds support The Museum.  Various items including furniture, lamps and collectibles will be sold.

Saturday, October 2: Cemetery Walk   CANCELLED FOR 2021 
Join us for a day to meet some of our local ancestors and hear their story by their graveside. The Crocker House that is usually set for an 1880s wake may or may not be open this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Updates will be posted here. 

A guide will meet with groups specified for a specific tour time at the cemetery to guide you to our featured local ancestors. Reenactors will portray their story. It's the best way to learn about our local history! When you purchase tickets a specified ticket time with instructions on parking and where to meet your guide will be mailed to you.
Tickets are limited, non-refundable and cost $15 for members of the Macomb County Historical Society & $20 for non-members.
Please also wear a mask and keep a distance of 6' from others while participating on the walk.

Tuesday, October 5, 5 pm-7 pm, Annual Member Meeting:  Meeting will be held in the Crocker House Museum garden.  Serving hot dogs, salads, chips, cookies and soft drinks.  Invitations in process and will be sent out soon.  Be sure to RSVP to info@crockerhousemuseum.org or 586-465-2488. Board member elections will be held.

Wednesday, October 20, 4 p.m.: The Crocker House Book Club: via Zoom: “Thunderstruck”  Erik Larson, wrote this non fiction account of the infamous murder of Belle Elmore by her husband, Hawley Crippen, and the story of Guglielmo Marconi, the inventor of wireless telegraphy, in 2006. The story of both men is riveting.

 November 18, 4 p.m.: The Crocker House Book Club:via Zoom“Anne” Constance Finimore Woolson first published Anne in 1880. This work depicts the emotional and spiritual conflicts faced by its eponymous heroine as she leaves her home village, Mackinac Island, to seek a future as a young woman in the Northeastern United States.