Useful Links

Pigeon Chamber of Commerce

The Pigeon Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to bringing business persons, civic groups, local government, education, community and citizens together to advance the economic, professional, cultural and civic welfare of the community by building relationships that last. It is our mission to provide leadership through services with integrity, diversity and innovation within our community. We promote growth, health and quality of life while sustaining our “It’s a Good Life in a Small Town” attitude.

Pigeon Farmer’s Market

Pigeon has a rich history of serving the farmer. Today we honor this farm community by enlarging and updating the historic Pigeon Farmers’ Market.

Today’s Pigeon Farmers’ Market is held every Friday (May 4, 2018 – October 26, 2018) in downtown Pigeon. The Farmers’ Market building holds 12 indoor spaces and outdoor vendors will be set up around the Pigeon Depot Museum and in the Pigeon Village parking lot. There is space for over 40 vendors who will provide you with an excellent market experience.

Come join the fun. On the First Friday of each month, look for special events, Downtown Merchant sales, events at the Pigeon District Library and there will always be events at the Museum.

Huron County Historical Society

Pigeon Historical Society Facebook

The purpose of this society shall be to discover, collect and preserve any material which may help to establish the History of the Pigeon Community and surrounding region, as well as provide accessibility to the collected materials for all who wish to examine or study it. The Society will also disseminate historical information to promote interest in the history of the Pigeon Community.

Pigeon Community Fund

Huron Community Foundation

The mission of the Huron Community Foundation is to support the public well-being and to improve the quality of life in Huron County.

Historical Society of Michigan

The Historical Society of Michigan (HSM), the state’s oldest cultural organization, helps to connect Michigan’s past to students, educators, historical organizations, and the public through educational programs, conferences, publications, awards, workshops, referral services, networking opportunities, and support for local history organizations.