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Postings for March 29, 2018 Full Month View
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  All Day Iosco Arenac District Library  

THE IOSCO ARENAC DISTRICT LIBRARY'S SPRING BREAK STAYCATION FUN PRESENTS "MAGIC IMPOSSIBLE" WITH AMAZING CLARK THURSDAY, MARCH 29TH:

 

10:30AM AT THE TAWAS CITY LIBRARY

 

2PM AT THE WHITTEMORE LIBRARY

 

WILD AND EXCITING MAGIC, COMEDY AND AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION. CALL 362-2651 OR VISIT IOSCO ARENAC LIBRARY DOT ORG FOR MORE INFORMATION.

 
  2:30PM n/a Alzheimers Support Group  

An Alzheimer's Support group is held at 2:30pm on the last Thursday of each month at the Iosco Medical care Facility, 1201 Harris Avenue in Tawas City. New topics every month. All are invited to attend. Call 362--4424 for more information.

 

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  7:00PM 8:30PM Lecture Series - Shipwrecks in the Straits of Mack   Shipwrecks of the Straits of Mackinac by Brian Jaeschke, Mackinac Historic State Parks. DOORS OPEN AT 6:30 pm. FREE ADMISSION. The Great Lakes have claimed thousands of shipwrecks since vessels first started traversing these waters in the 1600's. The Straits of Mackinac, an intersection for the northern lakes, has been the scene of numerous tragedies caused by collisions, groundings, and founderings. This presentation, by Brian Jaeschke of Mackinac Historic State Parks, will look at several vessels including the "Eber Ward", "William H. Barnum", and "Cedarville" that met their fate in the straits. Jaeschke will also discuss the 1943 sinking and eventual salvage of the steamer "George M. Humphrey."
 
  7:00PM 8:00PM Crossroads of Tragedy: Shipwrecks in the Straits o   As a part of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary's monthly lecture series, learn about the shipwrecks in the Straits of Mackinac from Brian Jaeschke of the Mackinac Historic State Parks. The Straits of Mackinac, an intersection for the northern lakes, has been the scene of numerous tragedies caused by collisions, groundings, and founderings. This presentation will look at several vessels including the Eber Ward, William H. Barnum, and Cedarville that met their fate in the straits. Jaeschke will also discuss the 1943 sinking and eventual salvage of the steamer George M. Humphrey.