The Millington-Arbela Historical Society is a non-profit group.
The Museum is located in downtown Millington MI at 8534 State St.
(answering machine only)
We are open the 1st of April through mid December every Friday and Saturday,
12:00 to 2:00 pm.
Also open by special request.
Anyone wishing to plan a special visit please email for more information. We would be glad to have you visit! (Please allow a 24 hour notice.)
Treasurer: Barb Maxfield
Secretary: Karen Withers
Memorials: Doris Webster
Membership: Pam Conway
Executive Board: Betty Johnson
This year the festival's theme was "Old Fashioned Playtime".
Our interior display won 3rd place with our 'Wedding Tea Time' display. Our 'Four Seasons of Play' float won 2nd place!
Our annual bake sale and book sale were both well attended.
Thank you to all who visited our museum during the festival. We hope you enjoyed the museum as much as we enjoyed having you visit!
Millington Township Cemetery Book (Reprint): $15.00 + S/H
Millington History 1854-2004 in Pictures: $20.00 + S/H
Millington High School's First Hundred Years (Reprint): $15.00 + S/H
Post Cards of by-gone Millington (Reprint): 12 for $5.00 + S/H
Annie - by Beverly Gould Chapin: $4.00 + S/H
Annetta Henderson Cutlar letters book: $5.00 + S/H
Millington-Arbela Historical Society t-shirts: $10.00 + S/H
Millington-Arbela Historical Society logo teddy bears: $10.00 + S/H
MAHS logo tote bag combo (bag, pen & postcards): $10.00 + S/H
If you would like more information or to purchase any of these items, please visit the museum or contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Historical Society is still looking for area veterans to include
in the Historical Society Book on Veterans of Millington, Arbela & Watertown.
If you know of someone who should be added please contact us
by email at Millingtonarbelahistoricalsociety@hotmail.com
or leave a message at 989-871-5508.
Veterans books are available to view at the Museum and at the Millington Library.
We now have a pretty complete collection of Millington High School Year Books dating back to 1908 and up to 2011, so if you want to check them out please stop in and have a look. (Thanks to the Millington High School and to Gail Verhines Tech Teacher & Year Book Advisor for the copies of newer books.)
This site is maintained by The Millington-Arbela Historical Society. Any questions on either the website, museum or historical society, please email: email@example.com.