Coopersville Farm Museum & Event Center

12,000 square feet of fabulous collections and interesting exhibits also doubles as a great location for events like concerts, meetings, banquets, receptions, and more!  The Coopersville Farm Museum & Event Center provides the ideal space for groups of 10 to 150 guests.  Give us a call to reserve your date today!  (616) 997-8555

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Spring Petting Zoo and Kids, Crafts, and Critters EVERY SATURDAY in APRIL!  10am-1pm  
Build a Birdhouse with Thom & Mike - April 6 or 20 - Limited space - please r.s.v.p.

April 6 Birdhouse Event is SOLD OUT.  

Happy Goat Soap Making - Bunny Farts - will be held on April 6 NOT April 13 as advertised below. 
Crafts and Laughs ~ Interchangable Frames with Shawna - April 8, 2024  6-8pm
Crafts and Laughs ~ Spring Birds Fused Glass Wreath Workshop - April 15, 2024  6-8pm
Crafts and Laughs ~ Jar with Flowers Workshop - April 22, 2024  6-8pm
April 27 featuring Dylan Grim's Exotic Animals!  10am-1pm
Mother's Day Luncheon - May 11
Build your own glass garden flowers with stacked plates!  May 13 from 6-8pm (Adult Craft Night)
May Craft & Vendor Fair - May 18 - FABRIC SALE
Vendor Application
Jam Night
Coopersville Community Market - Wednesdays - June July August 4pm-6:30pm
Quilts and Their Stories  Quilt Walk Quilt Show  Quilts due July 1-13, 2024  Show Dates August 1 - September 28, 2024 Tu/Th/Sa 10am-2pm
Coopersville Tractor Show August 7-10, 2024 Featuring International & Farmall Tractors 
Crazy Ladies Quilting Circle - Thursdays at 10am
Tractor Club Meetings


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Train Display by Roger Seth
Buckley Old Engine Show Bench donated by John Hubert