Coopersville Farm Museum

& Event Center

& Event Center

375 Main Street, Downtown Coopersville, Michigan
(616) 997-8555
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Open Year Round

Current Hours: 
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday

Mission Statement: 
Inspiring Memories of Yesterday, Serving our Community Today, Preserving Stories for Tomorrow.



Please keep yourself and others safe: 

Respect others 
Keep six feet between each other
Wear a mask if you are able 
Wash hands often 
Don't touch each other or items
No hugs or handshakes
Use hand sanitizer 
Use disinfectant wipes
Don't touch your face 
Cough or sneeze into the inside of your elbow or a tissue

May Fair
Music by Homemade Jam Band
Friday, May 7 from 6-8pm 
Saturday, May 8 between 9am-1pm

    Crafters and Vendors include (but are not limited to):

    • Marcy Decker with Norwex
    • Carol Koroleski/Crafting Sisters (cards, boxes, notebooks, ornaments, candy holders, gourds)
    • Alyse Hunt and Deb Cheyne selling doormats, pillowcases, dish cloths, scrubbies, hooded towels, decor, and child aprons
    • Carol VanMaastricht/Carol's Creations featuring doll clothes, aprons, overmitts, stuffed dogs & bears, and children's clothes
    • Jaime Koval will be representing Perfectly Posh with bath bombs, lotions and more
    • Jennifer Burns; pebble art, wind chimes, magnets, keychains
    • Margaret VanHoudt/MTC Enterprises is our Avon Representative for the day
    • Margaret Street/The Soap Bar will offer homemade soap, shampoo, dog soaps, shaving kits, and Bug-off soap
    • Beth DeWaal is selling $5 jewelry by Paparazzi
    • Kaidence Bolt will be at the Fair with her fabric wreaths and garlands
    • Joyce Kebless of Sassafras Hutch Herb Farm LLC will have a wide variety of items including herbal gift baskets, catnip toys, pillows, Therapeutic pillows for dogs & cats, and flea pillows, plus teas, herbal jellies, herbal seasonings, no-salt herb salts, herbal vinegar, lavender eye pillows and salts, pot holders, and aprons.
    • Dave Thornton will have homemade candles for sale
    • Catie Crowley with Tastefully Simple
    • Andrea Savage/Monkey Business Jewelry
    • Becky Flagg/Fox & Dino Handmade with baby items, stuffed animals, headbands, crochet kitchen things
    • Charity Doornbos of Happy Goat offers melt-n-pour soap making for only $6 each!
    • Carol Holt/Piece by Piece Designs; lap quilts, kid’s blankets, table runners, tote bags, decorative pillows, earrings, crocheted hats, makeup bags, Christmas stockings, jewelry boxes, & wooden napkin holders

    We are hoping Arlene Tiemeyer will be available to spin wool and share her rug making techniques. The Coopersville Rotary Reading Bus will be giving out free books. Local families are bringing animals for a fun outdoor petting zoo.

    Updated 4/26/2021 lp


OPEN Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday  10am-2pm

Plenty of room for everyone!

Tractor Club Meeting ! April 28
May Fair ~ Craft & Vendor Show ~ Petting Zoo
Live Music by Homemade Jam Band



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, our non-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! 


                                    Lee Ann Proia, Director

email: or call (616) 997-8555 for details of upcoming events or to schedule your event today!

Reserve the museum for your family gathering or business meeting now!  Call 616-997-8555

Honoring Farming & Rural Life 




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