As announced at the March 19 Membership Meeting, the $120,000 Land Contract on the CAHS Museum and associated Balloon Payment (which would have been due at the end of next year) and the $932 monthly payments are now part of our history. Due to our generous donors and...read more
March 19th Member Meeting & Presentation – Chelsea Schools – a look back through the eyes of those who lived through their rich history.
Please join us the for the next meeting of the Chelsea Area Historical Society – March 19th at 7:00 pm at the historical Chelsea Train Depot. The presentation will be a look back at the rich history of Chelsea Schools. We have invited people with ties to Chelsea...read more
We wrote to you last month about the donor who had agreed to give us $25,000 in 2018 and again in 2019 to pay off the museum mortgage if we can raise a matching amount in donations. And this donor let us count what we received starting last month towards 2018. Our...read more
Chelsea Area Historical Society & Museum Member Meeting – January 8, 2018, 7:00 pm Chelsea Train Depot
ᗰOᑎᗪᗩY'ᔕ ᗰEᗰᗷEᖇᔕᕼIᑭ ᗰEETIᑎG starts with about 15 minutes of "business" as it is our Annual Meeting. The following will be covered: * An update on the "Match to Burn the Mortgage Campaign" (it's going well!). * Status on converting the Land Contract to a Traditional...read more
Annual CAHS Potluck Dinner – Monday December 11th at 6:30 at the Chelsea Train Depot Come join us for this festive event! We supply the main dish and you bring along a side dish, dessert, or munchie. It’s a great opportunity to see old friends, meet new ones and...read more
Five wonderful homes and the historic 1853 Boyd House / CAHS Museum will be part of this year's tour. Four of the homes are "Victorian Vernacular" turn-of -the-century and the 5th is a unique, locally designed 1930s home. The homes will each be decked out for the...read more
Come join us for a Revealing Talk about the Tragic Interurban Train Wreck that occurred on July 22, 1918 just west of Chelsea killing several World War I Soldiers…and how the story was kept Quiet! CAHS’s own Bill Christen who has been researching the local interurban...read more
Gather. Preserve. Educate.