Thursday Teas
Sponsored by Oakmont Manor and Oakmont Sterling 

Join us on select Thursdays each month at 2:00pm for history talks led by guest presenters or Village staff on a variety of topics. Program is held inside Old Troy Church on our site. Scroll down to register online, or click here. You can also call  248-524-3570 to register and pay over the phone.  

Troy Historical Society Member: $9
Non-member: $10


April 27: Federal Writers Project 

One of the most unique of Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal Programs was Federal One, designed to create work for unemployed artists, musicians, actors, and writers during the Great Depression. Historian Jim Craft shares the history of the Federal Writers Project with a special focus on The American Guide Series this initiative produced. 




May 25: Golden Age of Television

Join THV history interpreter Tom Arwady as he discusses the invention of television and how it became the dominant media in the 1940s-1960s. We’ll delve deep into trivia on several genres of early television, such as variety shows, sitcoms, westerns, cartoons, as well as news and commercials.  



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