The Northville Historical Society is responsible for the many fine programs at Mill Race Village as well as the upkeep of the various buildings within. Since they rely totally on volunteers and donations, they are sponsoring a Cemetery Walk on Sunday, October 8th from 2 to 5 pm to help finance these efforts.
Meet several of Northville’s leading citizens as you stroll through Rural Hill Cemetery. Costumed characters as they stories of “how it all happened.” They will delight and inform you of times of old with stories that include: moving the state capitol, Underground railroad connections, the war where no one got killed (except the mule), and many more characters. Refreshments are available at the Northville Art House after the tours. Tours begin every 10 minutes and last about 1-1/2 hours.
You can even make a day of it and stroll through town to view the many skeletons on display as part of the “Skeletons are Alive” annual event in Downtown Northville. Many thanks to Marilyn Bruehan for brings this wonderful opportunity to our attention.