Albion Michigan is going through a great many changes and we show some of those changes here on AlbionMich.net and the General Guide.
For January and February, we will feature history and Black History Month. We also are highlighting the Classic Film Matinees at the Bohm Theatre.
We are now posting some information about the Superior Street Commercial Historic District (and coming soon the Marshall Michigan Historic Landmark District.)
There is an opportunity to do a study for an Urgent Care Facility at the old Washington Gardner School, and we will be posting information about this soon. For now, one of the best ways to get information on that is to sign up for the free neighborhood group at NextDoor.com where people from Albion can share information. Click on the photos in the gallery below to see some general information about Albion and nearby.
The Executive Suite upstairs at the Ludington Center
Classic Film Matinees at the Bohm Theatre – Fridays @10:00 a.m.
National Historic Downtown District – Albion Michigan
Transportation from the olden days
Americorps/VISTA workers begin survey
Albion in 1982 – residents reflect on what has changed
The Ludington Center – coming soon
General Guide XXII January 2017
General Guide XXII February 2017
MLK Convocation and Community Celebration Keynote speaker from Washington Post about these times
Underground Railroad Memorial honoring Adam Crosswhite
Holland Park has a monument to local civil rights activist Robert Holland.
Also known as the "101" building, the Ludington Center at 101 N. Superior Street, on the corner of W. Cass ...Read More
Read comments about this post on the Albion College facebook page https://www.facebook.com/albioncollege/posts/10154179032513201 Or read the article online on the following ...Read More
The Bohm Theatre in downtown Albion offers Classic Film Matinees on Fridays at 10:00 a.m. The theme of the films ...Read More
VISTA (Volunteers In Service To America) was founded in 1965 as a national service program to fight poverty in America ...Read More
National Register of Historic Places listings in Calhoun County, Michigan Superior Street Commercial Historic District, ID Number P2399 Significant Dates: ...Read More
There was a trail to the north before the Civil War, that was unmarked, except for stories of following the ...Read More
Interurban- Interurbans were mostly, but not exclusively, a Midwest phenomena, existing between about 1900 and 1930. By 1930 the Great ...Read More
The first celebration of Black History Month took place at Kent State in February 1970. Prior to that time, the ...Read More
Albion and Marshall have both changed a lot in the past few decades. Our communities are now closer than ever ...Read More
What has changed in Albion since 1985? This art of downtown Albion was posted to the Albion Michigan Arts group ...Read More