The Bailey Museum will be open for the season on May 9, 2018. The Bailey Museum is open Wednesday through Saturday, 10 a.m until 4 p.m. Admission is free. For more information please contact The Bailey Museum at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 269-637-3251. Dates and Registration form for Bailey’ Budding Naturalists coming soon!
The Bailey Museum is kicking off spring with a celebration of Earth Day, Saturday, April 21 starting at 9:30 a.m. Outside/Barn: “Ask an Expert” with Nor Serocki, SWxSW Corner CISMA Coordinator, on hand to talk about invasive species. Bring a photo and description of your invasive plants for identification. “Buy it where you Burn it”... View Article
This blog post was first published on John Linstrom’s personal website, at www.johnlinstrom.com/blog/25-the-holy-earth-by-liberty-hyde-bailey-centennial-edition. On the occasion of having recently sent the complete manuscript to the publisher, I want to announce here on my website what has already been public news for some time — in December of this year, Counterpoint Press will be publishing a... View Article
Thanks to those who have been coming out this winter to support South Haven museums! We hope you’ll continue to join us for food and fun, as a portion of each night’s profits will be donated to our museum and the others listed below. All you have to do is enjoy dinner at a local restaurant! Mark your... View Article
Happy Labor Day! Here is a philosophy of farm labor, from Liberty Hyde Bailey’s 1927 book, The Harvest of the Year to the Tiller of the Soil: “It is the farmer’s rare privilege to raise crops and rear animals. The sheer joy of the thing is itself a reward: it is this reward that I... View Article
Michigan artist Joan Bonnette’s “Endura: World Spiral” has been featured in public spaces all over southwest Michigan, and this year it is coming to the Bailey Museum from August 21 to September 13, 2014. Featuring paper butterflies crafted by people from our own communities, including children from our summer program Bailey’s Budding Naturalists, the spiral... View Article
Please take some time to explore the new layout, enjoy the new look, and leave us some feedback! We’ve migrated all the old blog posts from the Liberty Hyde Bailey Blog, which was written for several years by our Director Emeritus John A. Stempien, into our new site, and you can peruse all of John Stempien’s entries here... View Article