Over a five week period this summer, Three Oaks will be celebrating their Sesquicentennial, 150 years in existence. Events and activities will be offered to residents of all ages, and will include performing arts depicting the history of Three Oaks. The celebration will culminate on September 16th with the opening of a time capsule buried over 50 years ago, and the unveiling of a statue of American Industrialist E.K. Warren who developed featherbone, a popular alternative to the whalebone in corsetry. The statue will be located at the future site of the Warren Plaza.