We are happy to accommodate Boy and
Downtown Royal Oak
Friday, Nov. 4, 6-9 p.m.
$10 per person.
Hope to see you there!
exhibit “Christmas Shopping Downtown Royal
Oak, Through the
Years” will be
extra-special this year.
have donated a few more artificial trees to
the Museum. So, we are going to be
decorating each tree with ornaments from a
specific era. The library will again
be turned into the children’s Christmas room
with old games they can play and a tree
decorated with children’s favorite things.
We have many decorations from the ’50s, ’60s
But what we do not have enough
of are ornaments from
the ’20s, ’30s, and
especially the ’40s — the war years.
In those eras, many ornaments were made
in Europe and so….during the ’40s war years,
none were imported. If you have old
ornaments from those years that you would be
willing to donate, we would be most
grateful. I would say “loan,”
they are fragile, we cannot guarantee they
might not be accidentally broken. Call
Muriel at the Museum at 248-439-1501 or
firstname.lastname@example.org to set
up a time for you to deliver your donation
Christmas Party with Santa
Saturday, Dec. 3, 1-6 p.m.
Free for children, with a
from adults. Cookies
and punch and a gift
"AUTHOR - AUTHOR"
16, 7-10 p.m.
Several local authors will be signing
their books...great gifts for the Holidays.
Refreshments will be served.....$2.
troops, Cub Scouts, and
Brownies for private tours.
The Museum is a great learning activity for the
Classroom or any
Club or Organization.
To arrange for a group tour on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays please contact
the Curator by
248-439-1501 or email
The Historical Museum is always
photos of Royal Oak, from the 1800's
1980's, to add to our archives. We are
views of businesses, historic homes,
prominent people, and public buildings,
Oak and along historic
If you have any photos to share with us
contact us at the Museum.
via email at: email@example.com