-- August Happenings
July 2002 Happenings
Thimbleberry Jam Fest, art sales in Mohawk Park July 27
MOHAWK -- Music, art and thimbleberry jam come together for “Music in the Park”
and the “Thimbleberry Jam Fest” from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, July 27, in Mohawk’s Allouez Township Park.
Read about this and upcoming August concerts
in Ahmeek and Eagle River. Keweenaw Krayons and the Copper Country Community Arts Council, a program of the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural
Affairs, make these concerts possible. more
KEWEENAW PENINSULA -- This calendar provides a guide to arts, cultural,
government, and organization events and meetings in the Keweenaw
Peninsula for the month of July, 2002. more
Volunteers needed for Keweenaw Trail Running Festival
HANCOCK -- The Keweenaw Trail Running Festival, rated one of the top five trail running events by Runner's World,
will take place Saturday, July 13 and Sunday, July 14. Volunteers are still needed for the event, which includes these races: Sat., 8 a.m. 10k at McLain State Park; 9 a.m. 2k Youth Fun Run at McLain State Park; 7 p.m. Hill Climb at Mt. Lookout, Eagle Harbor. Sun., 7 a.m. 25k trail race at Maasto Hiihto Ski Trails, Hancock. To volunteer, contact Jeff Crumbaugh at
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-338-7982.
Visit the Keweenaw Nordic
Ski Club Web site
for entry forms.
Young role players to bring "History Alive" to Fort Wilkins Heritage Festival July 9
MOHAWK -- Middle school and high school youth from Keweenaw and Houghton counties, calling themselves "History
Alive," will play early 1900s roles during the Fort Wilkins Heritage Festival from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday, July 9.
The group did their first role playing on June 29, during Calumet’s Heritage
Celebration weekend. Read
more and see PHOTOS OF THE CALUMET HERITAGE CELEBRATION.
Ramblin' Rose Arts Center to hold free healing workshops
MOHAWK – A collage workshop on July 13, to be held at the Ramblin’ Rose Arts Center in Mohawk, will mark the beginning of a series of five free Saturday morning "Healing Through the Arts" workshops
through August 10, sponsored by the Barbara Kettle Gundlach Shelter. more
Peace Alliance to hold community forum July 9
LAKE LINDEN -- The Copper Country Peace Alliance will present a forum at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 9, at the Little Gem
Theatre in Lake Linden. Peace Alliance members will speak about what people are doing locally to promote peace through building community.
The event is open to the public, and discussion with the audience will follow
the presentations. more
KEWEENAW PENINSULA -- This listing provides a guide to arts and cultural
exhibits in the Keweenaw Peninsula for the month of July, 2002. It also lists
other arts news, art lessons and grant opportunities. more
Keweenaw Land Trust to hold meeting, fundraising Walk/Run
HANCOCK -- The Keweenaw Land Trust (KLT) will hold its annual meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 25, at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Hancock. KLT members are also planning their fifth annual HorseTail Scramble Trail Run and Fitness Walk fundraising event for July 4 at Churning Rapids in Hancock.
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