The Marquette Regional History Center presents: Museum After Dark: A Howling Good Time
Marquette, Michigan – Cris Osier joined Todd Pazz on the 8th Day Radio Show to talk about A Howling Good Time at the Museum after Dark event happening during the U.P. 200 dogsled race at the Marquette Regional History Center on Saturday, February 17, 2018 from 7:00-9:30 pm. On Sled Dog Weekend, the museum will go to the dogs, and their ancestors, with after-dark adventure! Featured will be “special guests, activities, games, scavenger hunt, dog themed photo booth, snacks and surprises. Designed for age six and up.”
At 7:15 p.m. The Magic of Dogsledding will be presented with Jackie and Jim Winkowski of Snowy Plains Kennel. On hand there will be a husky sled dog! Dogsled equipment and a scavenger hunt will take place through the gallery based on Jackie’s books, “Miki’s Challenge,” “Miki’s Race,” and “Promise of the White Dog.”
Celebrating 100 Years in 2018! Also discussed was the centennial year for the Marquette Regional History Center, as well as their upcoming MRHC Annual Meeting February 28th at 6:30 pm. “The meeting we will welcome all the previous Helen Longyear Paul and Peter White award winners. The awards were begun in 1984! Come and celebrate their accomplishments and meet this year’s award winners. Refreshments will follow. Free admission.”
Marquette Regional History Center is at 145 W. Spring Street Marquette, MI 49855 and they can be reached at 906-226-3571.