Washtenaw County Historical Society :: Current Exhibit at the Museum on Main Street
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“Butter” Open April 6 - August 25

This is an invitational and juried exhibition of butter dishes, butter-themed sculpture and related butter items by contemporary artists (named below). There are vintage and historical objects, all displayed in an atmosphere celebrating all that delicious butter adds to our lives.

There is a rich local butter history too. Stories, artifacts, creamery bottles and other artifacts from the Washtenaw County Historical Society will also be on display. Tours can be booked in advance, email director@dinnerwaremuseum.org or call 607-382-1415.

Exhibition and awards are sponsored, in part, by Ellen Wilt, Zingerman’s Community of Businesses, Trader Joe’s of Ann Arbor, and the International Museum of Dinnerware Design. Juried by Anne Meszko. The Museum on Main Street is open Saturdays and Sundays, 12 Noon-4pm and weekdays by appointment. Call 734-662-9092 or email wchs-1000@ameritech.net. We are located at 500 N. Main at the corners of E. Kingsley, Beakes and N. Main Street in Ann Arbor.

The Museum on Main Street
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Ann Arbor


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