2013-09-19 / News

News Briefs

Erickson Center hosts ‘deer camp’ photos

CURTIS – The Erickson Center for the Arts will host Jack Deo as he presents a historical photo show, “From Deer Camp to Grand Camp” on Sept. 21. The event will begin at 7 p.m. at the center in Curtis.

Deo’s favorite photographs of rustic U.P. deer camps, logging camps and millionaire mansions will highlight the show.

Photos of the roughest cabins to the finest money could buy will include the Huron Mountain Club, Louie Kaufman’s Granot Loma and the McCormick Tract Mansions.

Admission is $5 at the door.

Au Sable Day planned for Grand Marais

GRAND MARAIS – Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore will host the annual Au Sable Day on Sept. 21. The event includes free disabled accessible bus shuttle service to the lighthouse from the lower Hurricane River Campground, tours of the light station and fog signal building, and refreshments.

Au Sable Day celebrations run from 11 a.m. through 4 p.m. Visitors wishing to take the free ALTRAN shuttle bus should board at the Hurricane River Bridge.

The Au Sable Light Station was constructed in 1874, and had been in use for nearly 140 years.

For additional information, contact the Grand Sable Visitor Center at (906) 494-2660.

‘Fall into Fun’ festival to take place Friday

NEWBERRY – The Great Lakes Recovery Centers’ “Fall into Fun Family Festival” will be held Sept. 20. The event, a celebration of community, sobriety, and family, will be held at the Tahquamenon Outdoor Association Campground from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The campground is located one mile north of Newberry.

For more information or to register, go to www.greatlakesrecovery.org or call (855) 906-GLRC.

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