Rochester-Avon Historical Society presents ‘Visiting Michigan Cider Mills’

The Rochester-Avon Historical Society will present “Michigan Cider Mills” as part of its popular lunchtime Brown Bag program series on Tuesday, September 7, at 12 noon at the Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm.

Did you know Michigan is home to more than a hundred cider mills? Spread across the state, these independently owned, local businesses celebrate the best the fall harvest provides. Farm fresh produce, honey, baked goods, and old-fashioned candies are just some of the local treats visitors come to enjoy. The fresh-pressed cider and warm donuts are why droves of people return to cider mills every September and October.

Cider mill enthusiast, Michael Dwyer, will highlight these local treasures to help make the most of your visit. A cider tasting will conclude the presentation.

Registration is required. This meeting is free and open to the public. Bring a lunch.

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