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    National Lakeshore Michigan

Special Events

January
 

February
 
Michigan Ice Fest
Held annually in February.
downwindsports.com/icefest/
 

March
 

April
 
National Park Week
Held annually each April.
April 19-27, 2014
www.nps.gov/npweek
 

May
 
Adopt-a-Trail / Adopt-a-Campsite Orientation
Volunteer individuals or groups who enjoy hiking and camping in the park can adopt a section of trail or a backcountry campsite. An orientation is held each spring.
2014 news release
 

June
 

National Trails Day
Held annually on the first Saturday in June.
www.americanhiking.org/events/ntd

 
Summer Transportation to Au Sable Light Station
On select Saturdays in July, August, and September, the Lakeshore partners with the Munising-based public transportation company
Altran for van transportation to the Au Sable Light Station. Altran transports people with mobility limitations on the hour for a $5 round trip fee. The van will be available from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visitors met the driver in the picnic area parking lot. Please email the visitor center for the current year's schedule.
 

July
 
Lake Superior Day
Held annually on the third Sunday in July.
www.superiorforum.org
May require a search for "Lake Superior Day"
 
Great Lakes Sea Kayak Symposium
An annual July event for over 20 years.
www.greatlakesseakayaksymposium.com/
 

August
 
Alger County Women of Honor Observance
Alger Women of Honor
 

September
 
Artist in Residence Program
The Lakeshore hosts an Artist in Residence reception annually, typically in September.
Artist in Residence
 
Au Sable Day
The Lakeshore often hosts an Au Sable Day in September, which includes a shuttle service for those with mobility challenges. To find out if Au Sable Day is planned for the current year, please contact us by email or telephone park headquarters at 906-387-2607.
Au Sable Light Station
 
National Public Lands Day
Held annually on the last Saturday in September.
www.publiclandsday.org
 

October
 

November
 

December
 

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