ADULT DIAPERS POSE HIGHWAY THREAT!
THE BALD AND THE BEAUTIFUL
This rain has been so welcomed! I know our tent campers aren’t as appreciative of it as we are. The bluebirds have been sitting in the birch tree taking “rain showers”. It is funny to watch the birds IN the bird bath/fountain while it is raining. They just scoot all around in there, fluffing their feathers.
Must be the baby crows have found their voices because this morning it sounds like Jurassic Park out there. BOY! They are noisy!
The 4th of July is just around the corner! I can’t believe that June is basically over! Another 5months and we’ll be doing the snowmobile trail reports! At least I HOPE so! The way the weather was again this summer, it makes ya wonder what winter holds in store for us.
In case you are going to be in the Newberry area, the following is some of the festivities that are going on during the July 4th time period:
July 1 & 2MOTOCROSS RACING! AMA Sanctioned. Come watch ATVs, ORV’s, Dirt Bikes race! Races for ages 4 years old and up! Registration begins at 8 a.m., practice at 10 a.m. and races start at noon!
Location is by the baseball complex on the North side of M-28, Newberry. Cost is $6.00 per person. Children 5 and under free.
July 2 The Great Lakes Shipwreck Historical Society will hold a dedication on Sunday, July 2, for its new Surfboat House Exhibit, located at the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, Whitefish Point, Michigan. This is the original historic building constructed in 1923 by the U.S. Coast Guard for its Surfboat at the Whitefish Point Rescue Station. The exhibit features the story of the U.S. Lifesaving Service and the U.S. Coast Guard along Lake Superior’s Shipwreck Coast; a replica Beach Cart which carried beach rescue equipment; and a replica Beebe-McClellan 26-foot handmade surfboat. Exhibits also include a variety of artifacts and descriptive panels. Funding for the exhibit is supported by Michigan Humanities Council and the Institute of Museum and Library Services. Admission to the Surfboat House will be free on July 2. Refreshments will be provided by Whitefish Township EMS Youth.
July 2 4th of July Parade & Fireworks – “Year of the Veteran, Peace or War time” Parade at 12:30 and Fireworks at dusk, Lions club chicken BBQ and Chamber food and beer tent. CURTIS
July 4th Celebration - Tuesday Newberry; Parade starts at 10:30 am with Moe Moose as the Grand Marshall - Theme "Fourth of July in Moose Country"Kiwanis Barbeque Chicken Dinner at the American Legion - Starts after the Parade
COMMUNITY APPRECIATION DAYS following the parade until 1 p.m.Held at the Tahquamenon Area Schools. Family fun for everyone! Food, games, crafts, Imagination Book fair,children’s crafts and other displays!
Paradise; Pancake breakfast from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., Fireworks at dusk over Whitefish Bay
Naubinway; Parade and fireworks at dusk
Grand Marais; 12 noon parade. After parade, fireman’s challenge. Street dance starting at 7 p.m. Fireworks at dusk
Clementz’s Northcountry Campground & Cabins still has a few openings for the first week of July. We have a couple of water and electric sites and a couple of tent sites open. You can reserve online via our secure 24/7 reservation system at www.northcountrycampground.com or call at 906-293-8562.
Hope we can be a part of your plans this summer!
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