BCHA In the News

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2020

The History of the Christmas Pickle, a Zany Holiday Tradition (Good Housekeeping)

New Exhibits, New Approach at 1839 Courthouse

Berrien County Historical Association wins PIVOT! Award

History Center Exhibit Recalls Women’s Suffrage Movement, It’s Triumphant Conclusion

Grissom EOD Responds to Museum After Employee Finds Cannon Balls

Explosive Discovery: Potentially Live Munitions Removed from Berrien Springs Museum

Pioneer Day at the Berrien County Historical Association – COVID-19 Style

New Director to Give BC Historical Association/ Museum a Makeover

2019

Dear Santa Exhibit Offers Glimpse of Christmases Past

Historical Association Director Wants to Bring Diversity to the Area

New Director: Future is Waiting at History Center

WWII POW Program Set for Berrien Springs

Program on Crusading Lawyer at Courthouse Square

Preserving the Past, Forging the Future

Q&A: History Right Under Our Noses

History Center Sets 5 Year Plan

Robert Myers Receives Frank J. Ward Memorial History Award

SPECIAL REPORT: St. Valentine’s Day Massacre has Ties to Berrien County

2018

Turning the Page at History Center at Courthouse Square

Becoming a Part of History: Students Raising Money to Replace History Center Walkway

2017

A Shared History

Myers Ends Historic 35-Year Tenure as Museum Curator

Courthouse Square in Need of Major Repairs

2016

Kolm Garners History Award

2015

Buchanan’s Ryman Lands History Award

History Center Taking Nominations for Frank J. Ward Memorial Award

2010s

History Center to Host Wright Architecture Trip

Trying it Old-School

Capone’s Footprints

Michigan’s Oldest Courthouse Honored

Berrien County Renews History Pact

City of David Tour and Lunch Slated for June 2

A Tale of Two Buildings

Frank Lloyd Wright is Topic at History Center Annual Meeting

A New Park Full of History

History Center Award Goes to Schlender

Historical Association Hires New Director

Executive Director of Berrien County Historical Association to Retire; Replacement Sought

History Center Director is Retiring

Historical Association Renamed to Avoid Confusion

April 24 BCHA Meeting Ties Area in with Titanic

Annual meeting to Focus on Benton Harbor History

History Center Seeks Names for First Memorial Award

History Center Holding Down Spending

2000s

History Center Presents Mob Connections

History Center’s Annual Meeting Includes Lincoln Program

County Hopes to Secure Funds for 1839 Courthouse Square

Action Sought in Repairs to Historical Building

Historic Building Burns

Noted Author to Speak at Dinner

The Sandlot Game is Subject of Museum Historical Program

Historical Atlas Offered for Sale

Donated Uniform

History of Ag Fairs is Topic on Thursday

Tour Heading to Hometown of US President Grant

Ships, Trains, Trucks Topic of Myer’s Talk

Exhibit on Local Greeks Opens November 20

Greeks and Americans Documentary Slated for Free Screening July 19

Potawatomi History Topic of Program

Documentary on Greeks to be Shown on Sunday

Heyday of Hinchman Reception Due Tuesday

Porter New Director of Historical Association

Goodsell Going to Georgia

Loan Launches Fund-raising Drive

Rich History Featured

Steamy Program Planned

Glory Days Revisited at Mall

Association Program Looks at the Dixie Highway

Historical Gardens Program Offered

Book Relays Some of Region’s Best Stories

Greeks in Berrien County Gather to Remember Their Roots

New Booklet Looks at Streetcars in St. Joseph, Benton Harbor

A New Look at Area History

St. Valentine’s Day Massacre Machine Guns on Display

1839 Berrien County Courthouse Site to Get Renovation

A Pictorial History of Buchanan

Association Published Story of Buchanan

Your Chance to Lay Down the Law at Pioneer Harvest Day in Berrien Springs

Berrien County’s Shipwrecks Explored in New Book

New Pictorial Books Offer a Glimpse into Life in Berrien County Generations Ago

Historical Association, City Seek Grant for Cultural Center

Fair’s History, Vintage Baseball on Display

Shipwrecks in Berrien County Subject of Heritage Society Talk

Shipwrecks of Berrien County Opens Memorial Day Weekend

History Group Adds to Berrien Roots

Buchanan Chamber of Commerce Partners with Historical Association

1839 Courthouse Museum Offers Glimpse into the Past

Courthouse Museum in Berrien Springs Prepares Holiday Offerings

1839 Courthouse Welcomes Season

The Truth About Santa Claus to be Told at Orchards Mall

11 Museums Plan Special Events for Berrien History Day

Museum Ready for Pickle Festival

Spring Lecture March 26 at Museum

Leo Goodsell Works from a Historical Viewpoint

Related Activities Celebrate Quilting

A Trip Back in History

1990s

Robert Myers Looks at House of David

Rug-hooking Class July 17 at Museum

Needle Arts Exhibit to Open at Museum

Berrien’s Cranberry Boggers to Play Sunday

Courthouse Museum Hosts Jazz Festival

Berrien County Historical Association Hunts for New Director