Ojibwa artists will demonstrate the making of black ash baskets and the tanning of hide using traditional methods.
Teachings will include topics like the significance of the sacred pipe, sacred medicines, and Ojibwa regalia.
We will go even if there is a light rain, so plan accordingly. We have heard sora, Virginia rails, spring peepers, gray tree frogs, American toads, American woodcock, Wilson's snipe, and green frogs.
Saw starry nights, fireflies, trumpeter swans, common loons, sandhill cranes, ring-necked ducks, and other species. Join us for the 13th annual cemetery walk marking the 100 anniversary of WWI.
34; HAAPALA, SOPHIA; Place of birth: Merikarvia, Finland; Date of death: Jun 27, 1929; Time of death: pm.; Age: abt. unknown m.; Cause of death: general paresis; Attended by signer from: Feb 1, 1929; Attended by signer to: Jun 27, 1929; Alive: Jun 25, 1929; Father: ? 16 ds.; Occupation: housewife; Employer: home; Informant: Houghton co. Hancock, Mich.; Operation: no; Autopsy: no; Signed: Alfred La Bine; Houghton; Date signed: Jun 28, 1929; Place of burial: Lakeside, Hancock; Date of burial: Jun 29, 1929; Undertaker: Victor Watia; Address of undertaker: Hancock. 2; HAAS, PETER; Born: unknown; Place of birth: Germany; Date of death: Jan 10, 1915; Time of death: 6 am.; Age: 76 yrs.; Cause of death: chronic valvular disease; Attended by signer from: Feb 1, 1914; Attended by signer to: Jan 10, 1915; Alive: Jan 8, 1915; Father: unknown; Birth place of father: unknown; Mother: unknown; Birth place of mother: unknown; Sex: male; Color or race: white; Marital status: married; Occupation: blacksmith; Informant: Wm. Hancock; Signed: Alfred La Bine; Place of burial: Poor Farm; Date of burial: Jan 11, 1915; Undertaker: Wm. S.; Residence: Highway location, Franklin, Houghton, Mich.; Residence within limits of a city or incorp.
Some persons listed might no longer be registered offenders and others might have been added.
Some addresses or other data might no longer be current.
Join a few thousand folks as they make their way from Boyne Highlands to Cross Village then to Mackinac Island.
No professional cycling experience needed, just the will to have a great time in Northern Michigan. In the past the race has brought in 50 teams comprised of elite runners to a team of friends that just like to get out and have an adventure together.
The tour involves several stops where we will get out of the bus, stand and listen for any types of wildlife that may be calling. Head nets, pants, long sleeves, and closed shoes are recommended.