Chelsea Area Historical Society
Chelsea Area Historical Society

The Vision of the Chelsea Area Historical Society is to provide area residents a dynamic interaction with its history and heritage, and our Mission is to gather and preserve Chelsea area history for future generations, and to educate all generations. 

Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser:  September 25th--Thank You to All!!!

We would like to thank you, our friends in the Chelsea and surrounding communities, for showing their support by coming out and contributing to our capital campaign Thursday evening at the Chelsea Depot at the CAHS Spaghetti Dinner Fund Raiser.  Your support made this event a huge success bringing in close to $5,000.  Thank you!!!

Headline Story

CAHS is Seeking Funding by Way of a Capital Campaign to Purchase a New Home for our Heritage:  Finally a Chelsea History Museum May be a Reality!

The historic 1853 Boyd House located at 128 Jackson Street, Chelsea

Perfect CAHS Home & Museum

The historic 1853 Boyd house at 128 Jackson Street is an ideal location for the organization’s permanent home. It sits directly across the street from Chelsea’s landmark depot, where CAHS holds its monthly public membership meetings. It is on the northern edge of the city’s foot traffic and will only enhance the city’s heritage tourism goals.


Pending Events and Recent News...

Chelsea Holiday Historical Home Tour, December 6, 2014

This year will begin a new tradition for Chelsea residents and visitors.  Five homes will be open from 2:00 to 5:00 PM on December 6 with histories old and new to delight you and bring you into the season during our Hometown Holiday Weekend. The Tour begins at the First Congregational Church, 121 E. Middle Street where maps will be provided.  Tickets will be available at the church the day of the tour and before that day at the Chelsea Pharmacy, Bumbles, and the Chamber of Commerce.  Cost for the event is $15/person.  The proceeds will be donated to the Chelsea Area Historical Society.  Many other events will be happening that weekend so be sure to check out the calendar at the Chelsea Chamber of Commerce.  Stay if you can for the 6:00 PM Hometown Holidays Light Paradeon Main Street and experience the holiday spirit of Chelsea.

Oak Grove Walking Tour

The Chelsea Area Historical Society has published a self-guided walking tour of the Oak Grove Cemetery. You can pick up the booklet at the CAHS office or at other area establishments.

CAHS History Fest 2014 Photos