Join us for the Historic Bremen annual meeting, where I will discuss the history of the Senff Wood Products property west of town and its future as the Bremen Arts Collective Workshop.
At the end of 1918, the armistice had just been signed on November 11, and Americans were looking forward to a brighter future.
In 1948, the Bremen Hi-Y club at the school decided a little good sportsmanship spirit was warranted at basketball games and created a sign that remained in the gymnasium until it was remodeled in 1987-88. The sign, apparently encouraged nationally… Continue Reading →
Are you looking for a gingerbread man at the History Center? He’s in the window!
The Annual Christmas Lighting Ceremony will take place November 23 at 6:30 in the downtown area.
UPDATE: The poker tournament was a great success. We raised nearly $5000 to benefit Historic Bremen! Thanks again to the sponsors, organizers, and players! Saturday, November 5, 2022 6:30pm Check In 7:00pm Play Starts Location: St. Isadore’s Hall, 803 W… Continue Reading →
Note: This article was first posted December 17, 2018. It has been updated and improved with new research. Bremen’s paper of record, The Bremen Enquirer, was founded in November of 1885 by Brook H Bowman (1858-1931). 2018 marked the end… Continue Reading →
Marshall County Historical Society Museum is sponsoring a Brown Bag Event (bring your lunch) on Friday, September 9, 2022, from Noon – 1:00 p.m. at the museum at 123 N. Michigan Street in Plymouth. Historic downtown Bremen has transformed in… Continue Reading →
Today, we celebrate the 20th anniversary of Historic Bremen as an organization. We hosted a brief program at the Historic B&O Depot with speakers Kurt Garner (Marshall County historian), RT Henke (Historic Bremen historian), and Matt VanSoest (Bremen Community Cares)…. Continue Reading →