Welcome to The Region of Three Oaks Museum
WE'RE CLOSED UNTIL MAY 1
but we've got great events coming soon
Monday, March 23rd, 6 PM
New Buffalo Library
33 N. Thompson St.
"From the Land to the Glass"
Wine expert Rick Cooper and TROTOM Board Member Nick Bogert present an illustrated history of winemaking in our corner of Michigan-- complete with religious cults, arson fires, and German POWs put to work, handling
grapes— We'll show you the fascinating history!
FREE program presented by Friends of the Library
Friday, April 17th, 6 PM
The Region of Three Oaks Museum
5 Featherbone Ave.
"Fred Warren and his Amazing Calculating Engine"
Come hear about the early computer developed in Three Oaks in the 1870's. Notre Dame Computer Science Prof. Jay Brockman will show and tell you about the creation of the Warren Calculating Engine. And see the device itself, on display at TROTOM for our 2020 museum season!
$5 for TROTOM members, $10 for general public
Museum Open May-October
Friday through Sunday
12 noon-5 PM
BIG THANKS TO OUR MUSEUM VOLUNTEERS!
More than 50 people attended TROTOM's holiday party, a party meant to thank our volunteers for their service throughout the museum season. If you're interested in helping out at the museum-- as a docent at the front desk, or behind the scenes helping archive our collections or putting together exhibits and events, please email us at or call 269-336-9688.
We dined in a new event space in the historical mechanical
building of the Feather- bone factory. Thanks,
Attendees tested their knowledge with The Fabulous Region of Three Oaks History Challenge.
From the first peoples to the pioneers to the early industrialists to the present day,
the region of Three Oaks, Michigan has a fascinating history.
The Region of Three Oaks Museum was created in 2004 to tell that story in artifacts, pictures,
words and video. Come visit us and discover it all for yourself!
Several new or greatly augmented exhibits will debut during the 2020 museum season.
Details coming soon to our "Exhibits" page.
We got a peek at the "grotto" below the party space, which used to store water for the Featherbone factory complex.
TROTOM board members Julie & Chuck Sittig flank the owner of the Featherbone mechanical building, Jim Wisner.