Interpretation and Education Newsletters
Keweenaw National Historical Park publishes a bi-monthly newsletter full of updates and happenings in the interpretation and education division.
March/April 2017: Sign up for the Copper Country Smackdown, register for Copper TRACES, sign up for a ranger to visit your fourth grade classroom, and storytime at the Calumet Visitor Center.
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January/February 2017: Ranger Lynette Webber wins the Freeman Tilden Award, 1913/14 Copper Strike Film available for students, save the date for Copper TRACES 2017, and a big thank you to our Copper TRACES 2016 volunteers!
September/October 2016: NPS Centennial recap, Missing in the Copper Country storymaps, geocaching, and second year of Every Kid in a Park.
July/August 2016: The National Park Service turned 100, the Township of Calumet turned 150 and Copper TRACES in May was a hit!
May/June 2016: Find out who won the 2016 Local History Smackdown, learn how to geocache in Keweenaw National Historical Park, read up on the new Junior Ranger books, and get the scoop on the Copper Country Scavenger Hunt.
March/April 2016: The Every Kid in a Park program gives free park passes to all 4th graders, Pollinators are getting ready for spring and so are we, Keweenaw National Historical Park and the Western U.P. Health Department along with local business are teaming up to offer guided walks and activities, Quincy mines connects with schools.
January/February 2016: Introducing Copper T.R.A.C.E.S., winter programs at the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, CopperDog 2016, and getting ready for the 2016 Local History Smackdown.
November/December 2015: Announcing Every Kid in a Park, learn about Keweenaw National Historical Park, the 2015 Founders Day Celebration was a huge success with over 400 in attendance, And the 2015 Fall Color Tour.
Last updated: March 28, 2017