Floats and Farmington history Thursday at the Warner Mansion

Floats and Farmington History
The Peace Jubilee Brass Band will perform in the gazebo during the “Floats and Farmington History” porch party. (contributed photo)

An evening of live music, ice cream floats, and local history happens August 11, during the final porch party of the season at the Governor Warner Mansion, 33805 Grand River in Farmington.

“Floats and Farmington History” will take place from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. and will include rousing songs of yesteryear performed by the Peace Jubilee Brass Band. Lawn games like horseshoes and badminton will be set out for the kids and young at heart, and members of the Farmington Historical Society will be on hand to answer history-related questions and give a glimpse into Farmington’s past.

Admission is $5 per person, payable at the door; children ages 8 and under are free. For more information about this event or the Warner Mansion, visit facebook.com/governor.mansion or call the Farmington City Clerk’s Office at 248-474- 5500, ext. 2225.

Press release