News release from ARCH:
Travel with ARCH to Marshall, Michigan
(March 18, 2011) – Make Mother’s Day weekend special this year by treating yourself or a loved one to a one-day trip to beautiful, historic Marshall, Michigan. Join ARCH on Saturday, May 7, 2011, as we retreat to the historic town of Marshall and discover block-after-block of stunning architecture, fine dining and unique shops. We will offer tours of the following buildings:
[li]The famed Honolulu House Museum, the former residence of Judge Abner Pratt, who built the house in a fine blend of Italianate, Gothic Revival and Polynesian styles in 1860.[/li]
[li]The G.A.R. Hall Civil War Museum, built in 1902 by Civil War Veterans, which currently serves as the archive and Military Museum of the Marshall Historical Society.[/li]
[li]The 1839 Greek Revival Governor’s Mansion that was built in anticipation of Marshall becoming the Michigan state capitol.[/li]
[li]The 1860 Capitol Hill School, a Gothic Revival school house that was built by the citizens of Marshall next to the area intended for the state capitol.[/li]
Guests will have time in the late afternoon to discover the many wonderful shops, historical structures, and restaurants that Marshall has to offer.
The Bus leaves at 9am and will return back to Fort Wayne at 8:30pm. Cost is $35 per person and includes all transportation and museum admission fees. Guests are free to dine anywhere they desire for lunch and dinner.
RSVP to ARCH by April 6, 2011 (260) 426-5117. Check or credit card. Or reply via email to. For more information, please contact Lori at ARCH.