Fallasburg Historical Society (FHS) at Lowell Expo

Visit FHS booth no.129 at the 20th Lowell Expo this Saturday

By Emma Palova

Lowell, MI- The FHS booth no. 129 will be located in the Cafe at the Lowell High School.

For FHS, this is a unique opportunity to showcase happenings at the Fallasburg historic village located three miles northeast of Lowell, Michigan.

The events and activities that are coming up include the Spring into the Past museum tour on April 30 and May 1, the Covered Bridge bike tour on July 13, the Fallasburg village bazaar on Sept. 17 & Sept.18 during the Fallasburg Fall Fest and Christmas in Fallasburg on Dec. 10th.

Fallasburg Covered Bridge replica in the works.
Fallasburg Covered Bridge replica in the works.


The bike tour and the Christmas party are the biggest fundraisers for the FHS, according to president Ken Tamke. Mark your calendars today.

Fallasburg map
Map of the pioneer Fallasburg village.

Overall there are four main exhibit sections plus the middle hall and the hallway. The flow of traffic starts at the main hall to gym A, to gym B and to the cafeteria. There are also two hallway sections.

The venue gets congested so be sure to pick up a map at the entrance.

This is the 20th year for the expo which each year presents local businesses, organizations and churches. There will be 40 new businesses at the expo. Annually, the expo features programming and a full menu.

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