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How Pine River Became Charlevoix 1721 to 1869

Saturday, July 31, 2021
12:00 pm - 3:30 pm (Expired)
Charlevoix Public Library
220 West Clinton Street
Charlevoix, MI 49720 (231) 547-2651
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The Charlevoix Historical Society and the Charlevoix Public Library will be hosting interactive historical activities, interpretive talks, and live drumming performances on the library grounds, with limited space indoors in the event of inclement weather. Enjoy a special exhibit of local historical photography on display at the library. Charlevoix Circle of Arts will feature outdoor artist demos, children's art activities, and a Summer Salon exhibit featuring over 30 Northern Michigan artists. Check out our websites for a full list of scheduled activities.

At the Charlevoix Public Library:

  • Presentation from Mackinac State Historic Parks, Colonial Michilimackinac
  • Bear River Pow Wow Singing and Dancing
  • Odawa/Ojibwe Story Telling by Larry Denemy
  • Quill artwork demonstration by Yvonne Walker Keshick
  • Exhibit by the Charlevoix Historical Society: How Pine River became Charlevoix 1721—1869

At the Charlevoix Circle of Arts:                                                                                      

  • Blacksmith demonstration and kids paper canoe craft


The Cultural Corridor (CuCo) is: The Charlevoix Public Library, the Charlevoix Historical Society, and the Charlevoix Circle of Arts