ROCHESTER HILLS, MI - Brown Bag Lunch: Michigan Cider Mills are returning in person! This event is a partnership between Rochester Hills Museum and Rochester - Avon Historical Society.
The event will be held on September 7, 2021, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. The Historical Society will provide the program, and the museum will be the host. Bring your lunch to the event, and the Historical Society will provide an hour of local history to feed your mind. All events take place in the Museum Calf Barn.
Did you know that Michigan has over a hundred cider mills? These locally owned, independently operated businesses can be found all over the state. Local treats include farm-fresh produce, honey, baked goods, and old-fashioned candies. Thousands of people flock to cider mills every September and October for fresh-pressed cider and warm donuts.
Michael Dwyer, a cider mill enthusiast, will point out these hidden gems to help you make the most of your visit. Michael Dwyer is also a travel writer who used to host a radio talk show. Michael writes about events in his hometown, as well as trips across Michigan and around the world. Following his presentation, a cider tasting will be held as well.
This event is free to attend, but you must register in advance. Your registration will assist the event organizer in setting up the proper number of chairs and providing the best possible experience. The registration ends on September 7 before 12 p.m., so make sure you register as soon as possible.
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