More than pictures of maps, this presentation will explore how Hamtramck came to be the shape it is and how the maps translate into actual places showing a full spectrum of photos. There's more to this than may seem apparent, as you will see in this program
The Hamtramck Historical Museum is hosting this latest Hungry for History program on Thursday, July 30, at the Museum, 9525 Jos. Campau.
Enjoy a meal and get a glimpse of Hamtramck’s fascinating history.
For $12 you get a sit-down dinner ($5 is tax deductible) Click here to make reservations
Dinner is followed by a PowerPoint presentation of photos of Hamtramck’s earliest days.
If you’re not hungry, skip dinner and just come for the show.
Program is free, all donations are welcomed.
Dinner doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Program doors open at 6:45 p.m.
Program at 7 p.m.