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Visitors can explore the sights and sounds of 250 reenactors visiting the Snake River Fur Post in the fall.
Witness feats of strength and skill as contestants vie for the title of the best all-around voyageur. Shop for historic crafts and join children's activities. On Saturday evening, learn the steps of lively country dances with live music.
After a wonderful banquet dinner, Lonnie Dupre, Arctic Explorer and mountaineer, will give an overview of his life doing expeditions and “Living Simply”. We’ll learn about the challenges of climbing Denali aka Mount McKinley, North America’s highest peak solo and in winter, as well as expeditions around Greenland and to the North Pole.Read more
The Audubon Center of the North Woods’ 535 acres of beautifully varied landscapes provide the perfect setting for this complete holistic adventure. Spend this weekend with your friends or take the opportunity to get away by yourself, meet new people, and learn new skills. Choose from a variety of mind, body & spirit activities, enjoy a massage, schedule a private reading or healing touch session, or just relax and take in nature.Read more
Sizzling pork and side menus, beer on tap, high-energy music from the Whitesidewalls, prizes, and bonfires in burn barrels for warmth promise to make this Hinckley Fire Dept. event another ultra-fun gathering this year!Read more
"Dagwaagin" is an Ojibwe term for "Fall". This Fall Gathering features several re-enactors demonstrating flint knapping, firestarting, rope making, duck decoys constructed from cattails, and more - think of it as a mini-Rendezvous along with shorter tours of the historic site and Ojibwe Village. Admission is $10 for adults, $8 for Seniors 65+, Retired/Active Military and College Students; $6 for children 6-17 and free for children 5 and under. School groups are invited to come.Read more