Source: Press and Guide
The Dearborn Historical Museum will be hosting two sales events May 11.
The Dearborn Herb Study Association will be hosting their plant, bread, and craft sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. inside the McFadden Ross House at 915 S. Brady.
Bedding plants, herbs and an assortment of baked goods and crafts will be available for purchase.Perennial flowers and herbs such as parsley and chives will be offered for sale on the front porch of the McFadden Ross House. Guests can then make their way inside the house, where they can purchase a wide variety of baked goods, including herb bread and butter, lavender cookies and even pet treats. Various crafts, such as herb sachets, will also be for sale.
Baumgardner pointed out that the homemade herb bread is especially popular. “That’s a big pull for people,” she said, adding that it usually sells out within the first few hours of the sale.At the same time, the Historical Museum will be hosting its third annual Trunk Sale in Lizzie’s Pasture on the corner of Michigan Ave. and Brady St., right outside the McFadden Ross House. The sale will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Residents can rent out a space, load their trunk up with various items from their home, then park their car in the lot and sell their items.