Schedule of Events at Historic Webster Village

Upcoming Events

9 July, 9 AM – 4 PM – Village Bazaar

16 July, 7 PM – Movie Night in May Mast’s barn

24 September, 9:30 AM – 5 PM – Webster Fall Festival

16 October, 2:00 – 4:00 PM – Celtic Harp Concert – Ticketed Event

3-4 December, 9 AM – 4 PM – Huron Valley Woodturners Holiday Sale at Crossroads Community Center

10 December 11 AM – 2 PM – Christmas centerpiece classes with Sarah Ercolani. 2 classes, 11 AM and 1 PM. Maximum class size = 20 people. $40/person, all materials supplied except twig knippers. A percentage of the proceeds will be donated to Webster Township Historical Society. Registration Form will be available soon. 

Fundraisers in Progress…

  • Tickets are now on sale for the WTHS 2022 Raffle: 1st Prize – machine quilted, reversible lap coverlet; 2nd Prize – hand-turned walnut and box elder lamp; 3rd Prize –  hand-turned wood bowl in oak, zebra wood and Mexican ebony. Tickets are $2 each or 6 for $10. Drawing for prizes will take place on Sunday, December 4, 2022 at 12:30 PM at Crossroads Community Center during the Huron Valley Woodturners Annual Holiday Sale.

  • Bricks are now being sold for the path to the Old Town Hall. $100/brick, 3 lines of 20 characters  (letters, numbers, spaces, punctuation) each printed on the brick. Click here for an order form.


Historic Webster Village


In January 2022, we received a grant from the Ann Arbor Area Community Foundation (AAACF) to engage the community in planning a project: “Historic Webster Village: The Hub for Healthy and Fulfilling Aging in a Rural Community.” We set about to collect data–survey data, focus group data, and interview data–to determine what people living in Webster Township believe is needed most to support such a Hub.
The data was analyzed to begin developing a 5-year plan for the WTHS Historic Webster Village. Many organizations (Community Coalition: Northfield Township Library, Whitmore Lake DDA; Kindred Spirits: local historical society leaders; Huron River Watershed: Chris Olsson; Webster Township Supervisor John Kingsley; Whitney Farmstead; Spinners’ Flock; Huron Valley Woodturners; Dexter Wellness Coalition; 5 Healthy Towns Foundation; Dexter Garden Club; Kaleidescope) are working with WTHS to support the development of this plan. The plan encompasses intergenerational involvement as well and to this end, several youth-oriented organizations (Dexter High School National Honor Society, FFA, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts) in Chelsea, Dexter, Saline, and other surrounding communities are involved in supporting activities and services to our aging residents.