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The first Euro-American settlers in Flat Rock were Michael Vreeland and his five grown sons between 1811 and 1820. Michael had been captured by British Rangers during the Revolutionary War and released after American independence. The family purchased 800 acres (3.2 km2). The town was called the Village of Vreeland until 1838 when the Vreeland family sold off the majority of the land and relinquished control of the area. The Vreeland families built the first grain and lumber mill, having brought the grinding stones from New York. Descendants of Michael Vreeland still live in the town and attend Flat Rock public schools, being the seventh generation to reside in the town their family founded.

Wine and Canvas - Detroit 
In Flat Rock Oct 3, 2015

Wine and Canvas Detroit at Salute Special Events

  THIS SATURDAY October 3rd there will be a community fund raiser at Salute/The Roc Wine Bar in FLAT ROCK and the painting of the evening will be "FLAT ROCK HURON RIVER WALKING BRIDGE". This is a FUNDRAISER to benefit THE FLAT ROCK FOUNDATION. The cost is $45 per guest. The cost will include a […] Read More

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