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Holiday Open House 2022

Holiday Open House 2022

Three downtown Albion businesses collaborated to spark holiday spirits and to celebrate the ribbon cutting at Anna's House of Flowers' new downtown location on Nov. 15. Spark your holiday spirits by coming to a Holiday ... Read More
Sweets on Superior Street

Sweets on Superior Street

Hundreds of people and creatures emerged on Albion, Michigan's Superior Street, on Saturday, October 30, 2022.  Many of those who appeared were not who they appeared to be.  There were characters from the movie "The ...
Candidates Forum and Voting Information

Candidates Forum and Voting Information

Albion AAUW, NAACP, Greater Albion Chamber of Commerce, and Michigan Education Association hosted a candidates forum at the Marshall Opportunity High School on Thursday, October 20, 2022. Candidates presented their backgrounds and viewpoints. Some candidates ...
Dedication of the Hoop House

Dedication of the Hoop House

Dick Porter, of Albion Community Gardens shares gratitude for the many people and organizations that made this development possible. Not all of the remarks are captured here in this video. The hoop house in particular ...
Local Harvest Brings Smiles to the Growers and the Eaters

Local Harvest Brings Smiles to the Growers and the Eaters

Participants in the Community Table of Albion program enjoyed some local fresh produce last week thanks to the Center for Sustainability & the Environment (CSE) at Albion College. Most of the 100 pounds of fresh ...
Potawatomi Chief Crane and Brave

Indigenous Peoples’ Day

On Monday, October 4, 2021 Albion City Council unanimously approved the adaptation of the resolution to observe Indigenous Peoples' Day on the second Monday of each October. The updated resolution includes the names of additional ...
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 ...

 


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