Due to the Stay-At-Home order we are under in Michigan the regularly scheduled meeting of the board has been moved from our regular meeting place at the History Center to online "Zoom" format. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, May 14, 2020 at 6:00 pm. Meeting I.D. - 788 6899 8062 Password - 5KQZzM
The Redford Township Historical Commission will celebrate its 50th anniversary on May 4, 2019 with a special event at the Redford History Center, located at 12895 Berwyn. Current Commission members will pay tribute to past members and their important work preserving Redford’s history. Founding Commission members Fred and Aileen DesAutels, in particular, will be honored. … Continue reading RTHC Celebrates “Heritage Day”
All you need to know about our Movie in the Cemetery event is right here! On Friday, October 21 we be showing Night of the Living Dead inside the historic Redford Cemetery. This 1968 film is a cult classic and you'll get to see it on a 10ft x 14ft LED screen in the intimate yet spooky … Continue reading Movie in the Cemetery – Friday, October 21
The Redford Township Historical Commission has been hard at work planning some exciting events for October! On October 8 we will hold our first cemetery walk and on October 21 we will have our first movie night in the cemetery. Join us and get in the Halloween spirit! On October 8 we will lead tours through … Continue reading First Cemetery Walk & First Movie in the Cemetery
As the sesquicentennial of the Civil War comes to an end, the Redford Township Historical Commission is taking a look at our military history. Commission members have conducted research into Redford's citizens who have served in various wars, including the Civil War, World War I, World War II, and the Vietnam War. Stop by in … Continue reading Military Exhibit
Our new exhibit featuring radios from the Ellie Sullivan Collection will be on display at our grand reopening April 18, 2015, from 1-4pm. Here are a few photos:
We've recently been featured in two articles in the Redford Observer, including a great write up on our very own, Lois Carpenter, and an overview of our new space. Thanks to writers Arlene Funke and Beth Jachman!