Greenmead Historical Park Description
Greenmead is a historical village with an 1800’s farm complex and a recreated four corner of Livonia history. The four corner part of the complex has a church, the church rectory, a schoolhouse, a bungalow, and a store. There are two homes in the village area that predate the civil war.
Greenmead hosts many spectacular events each year. The Scottish Highland games are a favorite, there are flea markets, car shows, weddings in the church, banquets in the “Blue” house and many social gatherings. This 95-acre park site was the 1820’s homestead of Michigan pioneer, Joshua Simmons.
Open Daily from dawn to dusk with tours of the buildings on Sundays throughout the summer.
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Theresa is a wife and stay at home mother of 2 boys, David (13) and Aiden (10). Her hobbies include traveling, reading, running, cooking and volunteering at MI Humane Society with the adoptable cats. She also spends her free time serving as PTO President at her son’s elementary school. She enjoys being active and is proud to have completed 4 marathons. She loves to share her passion for health and fitness with others.