The 1905 Keeper's House will be open for special fall events:
Saturday & Sunday, October 7 & 8, noon—3 pm: Lake Huron Discovery Tour (sponsored by Heritage Route 23)
Saturday, October 14, noon—3 pm: Autumn Lights (hosted by Presque Isle Township)
Sunday, October 15, noon—3 pm: Final day of the Presque Isle Lighthouses’ 2017 Season
Saturday, December 2, 11 am—2 pm: Christmas at the Lighthouse (hosted by Presque Isle Township)
Pick up your holiday amaryllis bulbs at Garrity Hall, New Presque Isle Lighthouse Park!
Presque Isle Township Museum Society
Board of Directors Meeting
September 9, 2017 -- 9:00 a.m., Grand Lake Library, Banner Room
Meetings of the Museum Society's Board of Directors are open to the public and we invite your ideas and participation. (Enter through the library's back door.)
Labor Day Picnic
September 2, 2017 -- 11:30 am - 2:00 pm, New Lighthouse Park
Join us for our annual Labor Day Picnic at the New Lighthouse Park. After you enjoy some tasty food and good company, visit the 1905 Keeper's House, which will be open from 11:00 am -- 4:00 pm. It's a family-friendly experience that's sure to delight. Take a step back in history to see how the Presque Isle Lightkeepers lived!
August 5, 2017 -- 10:00 am, Presque Isle Harbor Association Clubhouse, 6424 Kauffman Rd.
(Please note the change in location!)
All current members of the PITMS (as of July 15, 2017) are invited to join us for the Annual Meeting.
Volunteer Luncheon and Exhibition Opening
June 10, 2017 --- Noon-1:30 pm, Garrity Hall, New Lighthouse Park
We invite our members and volunteers to join us for homemade soups, cookies, and beverages at this annual event. We'll share highlights of our plans for the 2017 season and information about how you can become more involved in sharing these lighthouses with the public.
Following lunch, enjoy an opportunity to view the brand new exhibition, Out the Tower Window, in the 1870 lighthouse tower. Organized in memory of Manfred Strobel (1938-2013), past president and member of PITMS, the exhibition features information and historical photographs of items one would have seen while looking out the 6 tower windows.