The history of the vanished ‘ghost village’ of Harmonia along with the site of the largest urban renewal project in the former portion of Battle Creek, named the ‘Bottoms’, will be the subjects of a program being presented at 3:00 PM, on Saturday, January 18 at the Battle Creek Regional History Museum (BCRHM).
Local journalist, historian and native resident, Nick Buckley, will be giving the presentation as part of the museum’s Third Saturday programs.
Buckley’s interests in these subjects were sparked by researching and writing articles for the Battle Creek Enquirer, where he has been employed full time, since 2007.
Buckley will be sharing his stories of both of these subjects on Saturday and looks forward to researching and writing more stories about our areas rich history.
The museum is located at 307 W Jackson Street. There is no admission fee charged for the program, but donations are appreciated. Light refreshments will be available.
The Battle Creek Regional History Museum now has its monthly 3rd Saturday Events recorded and archived for your viewing. These videos are courtesy of AccessVision The RHM event videos are shown every Saturday at 4 p.m. on Comcast channel 16 / 916, AT&T U-verse channel 99 and streamed on AccessVision’s web site.
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