|A Walk on the Snow and Back in Time|
Wednesday, January 13th at 6:00 p.m.
Snowshoeing is an ancient form of recreation, first used by necessity and enduring today in our northern climates as sport. We feature this recreation in our current special exhibit, The Great Outdoors: The History of Recreation in Marquette County. Join us for a snowshoe hike with Dr. Jacquie Medina, professor of Outdoor Recreation Leadership and Management, at Presque Isle Park. We will hike in waves of eight people to limit group size, each with a group leader. Please adhere to social distancing and wear a mask when gathering.
All snowshoe ability levels welcome for this casual outing meant to celebrate recreation in the snow. $15 a person. Register ahead at the History Center or by calling 906-226-3571.
Participants will meet near the Presque Isle main pavilion. Please dress for the outdoor hike, bring snowshoes and head lamp or light as it will get dark during this ninety minute hike. This program supports the History Center and is part of our 2020 Great Outdoors Series, with support from the Michigan Humanities Council.
Marquette Regional History Center
145 W Spring Street, Marquette MI 49855
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