Albion was founded at the Kalamazoo River “forks” near Reiger Park pond.
Did you know that Albion has more public parks per capita than any other U.S. city? Visit Albion parks for some healthy summer fun: try disc golf at Victory Park & hike the Albion River Trail.
July 3, enjoy music, a pig roast at the American Legion Hall, plus fireworks!
We hope to revive the Albion Neighborhood Watch groups. For more info, visit: www.AlbionMich.com/general -or- our new site that is mobile friendly at www.AlbionMich.NET/general
The older versions of the General Guide – prior to July 2015 – are still at www.AlbionMich.COM/general
Below are some posts related to the General Guide to Albion – July/August Issue XI – the Parks Edition.
Heard about the Hotel in downtown Albion?
January 2015 – Lots of things coming up in these cold months. In this issue of the guide we mention some interesting happenings in Albion that occurred in the month of December. The Brownfield Project for Albion downtown was discussed at a recent city council meeting. This would involve a new 72 room hotel. The video of this meeting has been posted by the city.
Here is a YouTube video, starting at minute 2 – and the meeting about the hotel, with comments by Albion residents goes until about minute 40.
New article by Mlive: “Plan for $9.2 million hotel project in Albion approved by City Council”
Here is an article by the Battle Creek Enquirer about the project.
We will be posting more links and events as it becomes available…
Notecards and invitations with this aerial view of Albion from 1993 are now available from Zazzle.com. You can customize these cards on the inside. There are many options including postcards. These make great invitations for special events. We’ll be adding more cards of Albion to this store for greetings and invitations.
Click on the name Maggie LaNoue to see other products that you can customize with art of Albion and Michigan.