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Ménwabek Meadow Park Trail extension

Ménwabek Meadow Park Trail extension

NEW PARK IN ALBION NAME UNVEILING The Calhoun County Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a name unveiling and community walk at 10 a.m. on June 4 at the newly completed park in Albion Township at 10750 ... Read More
Albion Farmers' Market June 2022

Albion Farmers’ Market June 2022

Albion Farmers' Market has a variety of vendors for the 2022 Season The market is located at Stoffer Plaza Albion, behind the Bohm Theatre.   The hours are Wednesday afternoons from 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.  ...
June 2022 Happenings

June 2022 Happenings

Lots of fun things are happening in Albion in June 2022! June events are shown here beginning with National Trails Day in Albion. On the first Saturday in June, the whole country celebrates National Trails ...
Historical Marker for Mother's Day

Historical Marker for Mother’s Day

The first known observance of Mother's Day occurred on May 13, 1877, and was held in Albion, Michigan over a dispute related to the temperance movement. According to local legend, Albion pioneer Juliet Calhoun Blakeley ...
No Mow May FAQ

No Mow May FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions we have heard about No Mow May  in Albion, Michigan Here is a round up of some of the questions we have heard.  We'll post a few answers now and more questions ...
No Mow May - Albion

No Mow May – Albion

On Monday, May 2, Albion Mich City Council unanimously passed a Resolution to support the No Mow May Initiative for 2022 ...
McIntosh Park Groundbreaking

McIntosh Park Groundbreaking

It was a cold and snowy April day in Albion, but there was much laughter and joy. McIntosh Park had its ceremonial groundbreaking ceremony, on April 18, 2022, even though the ground had clearly been ...

 


Looking for some green space to get some fresh air?  If so then you’ve come to the right place!  Each of Albion’s 17 parks has a story related to the people of Albion. 


Albion’s Outdoor Spaces


Victory Park – with its iconic waterfall shown above, was begun with a plan in the year 1919 in honor and memory of our soldiers and sailors who served in World War I.  Victory Park is also the home of Albion’s “Sledding Hill,” and the Victory Park bandshell, where free music is offered many summer Sunday evenings. Learn more about the waterfall in Victory Park here: https://albionmich.net/victory-park-waterfall-albion-michigan-aerial-view/

Holland Park, named for Robert Holland, honors those who worked to bring about equity in the education of Albion’s youth. This park was once the home of a segregated school in Albion.  Learn more about Holland Park on this link: AlbionMich.net/black-history

Albion’s residents and visitors enjoy the use of over 90 acres of land set aside for public use, plus 5 trails that pass through the community.  This web site includes information about the land, and the community resources of Albion, Michigan.  Learn more about the trails in Albion on this page: https://albionmich.net/trails/

Browse select articles and covers from The Recorder newspaper, and information about other local media including Albion e-news. 

Our older website, AlbionMich.com, with the brick background was begun in 1995, and this includes more Albion history from Frank Passic.

Visit the index of helpful Albion websites for all of those links. https://albionmich.net/albion_index/


Trails and Community Engagement


Historical Business Profiles