Ranger Program at the Calumet Public Library and Portage Lake District Library

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Date: August 4, 2017
Contact: Chris Amidon, (906) 482-0984

Houghton, MI – The American landscapes which have become our national parks have challenged us from the first time people encountered them. In honor of the National Park Service turning 101, Ranger Lori Honrath will share The Challenges of Isle Royale. From shipwreck survival to long days on the trail, Isle Royale’s isolation has challenged all who have explored this island archipelago.
Programs are free, geared for adults, and will average 45 minutes.
The Challenges of Isle Royale at the Calumet Public Library
 

  • August 23, Wednesday6:30 pm, with Ranger Lori Honrath

The Challenges of Isle Royale at the Portage Lake District Library
 
  •  August 24, Thursday6:30 pm, with Ranger Lori Honrath



 
  
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Last updated: August 4, 2017

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