The 130-year-old Stephenson Barn at the Michigan Flywheelers
Museum in South Haven, MI.
In the mood for gardening as well as supporting a local museum?
The Michigan Flywheelers Museum has teamed with Van Bourgondien, a New Jersey flower company, for a fundraiser to match a challenge grant that will raise money to continue work on the 130 year old Stephenson Barn.
Van Bourgondien will donate 50 percent of all sales placed before May 2011 to the museum. The proceeds will be used to finish the post and beam barn that was moved to the museum in 2006. Museum members have been in the process of renovating the structure which is used for educational events and entertainment.
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The Michigan Flywheelers Museum is located 2.3 miles east of South Haven on 68th street. A non-profit organization dedicated to the restoration and preservation of old farming equipment, it hosts one of the largest antique engine and tractor shows in the state every September. For more information, call 269-639-2010, visit www.michiganflywheelers.org or our page on Facebook.