Cranberry Cheer:
Tour the beautifully decorated historic Axford-Coffin House

Nov 1, 2022, Oakland Township, MI - Cranberry Cheer is your chance to tour the beautifully decorated historic Axford- Coffin House, located on Cranberry Lake Farm at 384 W. Predmore Road in Oakland Township.

This event is a fundraiser for Oakland Township Historical Society and is being held on Saturday, November 19th from 10am to 3pm. Tickets are sold in half hour time slots, to allow small groups through the home.

Once outside you can leisurely enjoy making a keepsake rustic table ornament, shop with local vendors; enjoy a light snack and refreshment while enjoying the blue grass sounds of the DROP-IN band!

Tickets are currently on sale on Eventbrite.

Your $20 ticket, plus processing fees, gives you a tour of the Historic Farm House, dressed for the holidays by Gretchen Drader of Drader Interiors. The decorations are all natural, collected from society member's yards, giving the home a true farm look.

Afterwards you can shop with the following vendors: Dutton Farms, Spencer Apiaries, Clean Freak Soaps, Mimi's Creations, Sandy's Nature Scapes, Cathy Jones Knitting, Ed's Smooth Cast Resins and Shelbell's Creative Designs.

A craft making station is also available for making and taking home a souvenir from your time at the farm.

Join us for a truly memorable holiday experience while supporting a cause that helps to preserve and educate the history of Oakland Township!

About the Oakland Township Historical Society

Delta Kelly, Barbara Kandarian and Jeanne Phillips founded the Oakland Township Historical Society in 1974. Our mission is to gather, interpret and preserve the history of Oakland Township. The Society leases part of the 16-acre Cranberry Lake Farm Historic District in township-owned Cranberry Lake Park. The farmstead buildings are a community historical center for meetings, events and displays of our collections of township artifacts and used by the Oakland Township Parks & Recreation Commission. The Farm is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and has a Michigan Historical Marker as a designated historic resource.


November 1, 2022, Oakland Township and Rochester.Life

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