Quilts and Their Stories is an exhibit of over 140 quilts throughout the 12,000 square foot modern facility in downtown Coopersville. Each quilt is displayed with information and a photo of the quilter or owner of the quilt next to it. This is not a judged show and you will see both new and old quilts alike.
Mid-America Musical Saw Fest - October 3, 2015
There are many ways to find out what is going on at the Coopersville Farm Museum and Event Center. Visit us on Facebook, follow FarmMuseum on Twitter, or browse this website. Within this website you may want to take a quick glance at the calendar on the Events & Exhibits page, featured events are shown on the home page, or you may want to navigate by holding your curser JUST UNDER the Events & Exhibits heading above to zero in on something specific. There are photos and videos, forms, posters, and links for you to explore. Even our member newsletter and membership information can be found under the About Us tab. Volunteer opportunities, ournon-profit status, and facility use information is all on this website too. Remember, you can always pick up the phone and call us. We are happy to help you find what you're looking for!
LeeAnn Sargent, Director
Tuesday through Saturday
10am - 4pm
Kids, Crafts, and Critters - October 31, 10am-2pm - Free Admission sponsored by The Meadows Apartments of Coopersville. Costumes welcome! Trick or Treat indoors! Activities and Crafts for kids.
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Mission Statement: Inspiring memories of yesterday, Serving our community today, Preserving stories for tomorrow.