Old Fashioned Pie & Ice Cream SocialSunday September 1, 2019 12:00pm-04:00pm
Chik-Wauk Museum and Nature Center
Old Fashioned Pie and Ice Cream Social
The Gunflint Trail Historical Society would like to invite you to the final event of the summer season.
The annual Old Fashioned Pie and Ice Cream Social on the Chik-Wauk Museum and Nature Center grounds.
The North Shore Swing Band will be on the front porch of Chik-Wauk Lodge to get us in the mood - starts at 12:30 until 2 pm.
As always, there will be lots of locally homemade pies to choose from. There is a suggested donation of $5 per slice of pie, ice cream and beverage.
This day also features the annual Chik-Wauk “sidewalk” sale which offers steep discounts on many gift shop items. It will be a fun way to wrap up the summer and say “so long till next year,” to our friends and neighbors.
All proceeds help with the daily operational costs of the Museum and Nature Center.
Gunflint Trail Historical Society - September Membership MeetingMonday September 9, 2019 01:30pm-03:30pm
A. Paul and Carol Schaap Community Center - 7401 Gunflint Trail
Held at A. Paul and Carol Schaap Community Center - 7401 Gunflint Trail
Meetings begin at 1:30 p.m. after a brief overview of GTHS business.
The Gunflint Trail Historical Society has four public membership meetings available to all GTHS members and the public. Membership meetings are held the second Monday of June, July, August, and September at either the Seagull Lake Community Center or the A. Paul and Carol Schaap Community Center (you can find a list of meeting dates and places on the GTHS website).
Treats and conversation follow (thank you to the ladies that provide the home baked goodies each month). If you would like to bring some baked goodies or treats for our monthly meetings please contact Judy Edlund 218-388-4400.
Bats!! - U.S. Forest Service - Peg RobertsenSaturday September 14, 2019 02:00pm-03:00pm
Chik-Wauk Nature Center
Saturday Afternoon Nature Presentation
Join us for an exciting presentation on bats!!
There are few things on the planet as mysterious as bats! Learn about the behavior habits of those nighttime creatures of the Superior National Forest.
Peg Robertsen, Acting Forest Wildlife Biologist/Program Manager with the Superior National Forest Service, has been involved in bat monitoring and research on the forest due to white-nose syndrome.
All presentations are family friendly and free to the public.
Donations are always appreciated.
Chel AndersonSaturday September 21, 2019 02:00pm-03:00pm
Chik-Wauk Nature Center
Chel Anderson will be back this season to talk about Beavers and the Ecosystem
Chel Anderson is a botanist and plant ecologist who has lived and worked on the North Shore since 1974.
You probably know her as the Northwoods Naturalist on WTIP and as the author of the new environmental history, "North Shore."
All presentations are family friendly and free to the public, held inside Chik-Wauk Nature Center.
Donations are always appreciated to help with the costs of supplies and event speakers.