Digital Programming

We have created several PowerPoint presentations for use by classrooms, senior homes, and other community groups. These programs can also be scheduled and presented by Museum staff or docents. A computer loaded with Microsoft Office and a projector are required. If you don’t have these, the Museum also offers an overhead projector version.

Digital topics:

  • A Tour of the White House
  • Michigan’s Capitol Tour
  • Michigan Ghosts and Legends
  • Winter Holidays
  • The Home Light (Grand Haven's Lighthouse)
  • The Victorian Era
  • Kid's Downtown Walking Tour
  • The Erie Canal
  • Spring Lake Resorts
  • Michigan Lighthouses
  • U.S. Women of Note
  • A History of Ferrysburg
  • Memento Mori
  • A Short History of Christmas Ornaments
  • A History of Valentines
  • A Journey Through Presidential History
  • The Dutch Masters
  • The Great Flu Pandemic of 1918 and its Impact on the Tri-Cities
  • Museum to You! (6 topics for 2nd Grade, to be given with touchable artifacts)
  • Famous Michiganders- Kid and Adult Versions available
  • The Ice Age in North America
  • America's First Ladies Part 1, Martha Washington- Mary Todd Lincoln
  • America's First Ladies Part 2, Eliza Johnson- Eleanor Roosevelt
  • America's First Ladies Part 3, Bess Truman- Present

Coming in 2019:

  • Great Lakes Shipwrecks
  • Women's Fashions Through History Series
  • Tri-Cities A-Z
  • Spring Lake History
  • Lost Grand Haven

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