Charlevoix Historical Society Events Calendar

February 2019

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Charlevoix Historical Society Events Calendar

Following are the scheduled programs and events of the Charlevoix Historical Society for 2018. (Subject to change.) If you need additional information, contact the Charlevoix Historical Society, 231- 547-0373 or info@chxhistory.com

2018 Calendar of Events

January 


February

Saturday, Feb. 2nd, from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Click the Shadow Fest logo for all downtown events! 

Cultural Corridor Shadow Fest Scavenger Hunt

Each Cultural Corridor location as well as the hot cocoa and coffee stand in East Park will be participating in a groundhog scavenger hunt. At each location Children can pick up a form that contains questions about groundhogs. Each location will have two Shadow Fest groundhog logos that contain the answers. Children who complete the form with the correct answers will be given a prize! Children can begin and end the scavenger hunt at any location.

Free horse-drawn wagon rides between venues.

At the Charlevoix Public Library, families can enjoy storytime at the top of each hour starting at 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm. Patrons can drop in anytime between 1-4pm in the youth department to partake in S.T.E.A.M Station activities to measure their shadow, play a scientific marmots of the world game, and make a puppet craft to tell their own groundhog story. The groundhog scavenger hunt will be in the Youth section.

To learn more about Groundhog Day and why this little marmot has become so famous, stop by the Charlevoix Historical Society at 103 State Street on the half hour for a special history lesson at 1:30pm, 2:30pm or 3:30pm. Take a picture with “Smokey Joe” the groundhog. The groundhog scavenger hunt continues in the museum.

Visit the Charlevoix Circle of Arts anytime between 1-4pm to be inspired by the traveling exhibit of children’s illustrations from Central Michigan University in the gallery. Learn how to draw your own groundhog-inspired illustrations. While taking in the beautiful artwork, don’t forget to look for the Shadow Fest logos as part of the groundhog scavenger hunt!


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All events are open to the public except the Venetian Potluck. Programs at the Depot are offered at no charge for members and $5.00 for non-members, unless otherwise noted. 

The Charlevoix Historical Society is a non-profit organization whose objective is to bring together people who are interested in the history and heritage of the Charlevoix area and in the protection and preservation of places and objects of historical value. The Society sponsors many events throughout the year to which the public is invited.

These public event dates and times are subject to change. All events should be confirmed by calling the Charlevoix Historical Society at 231-547-0373.

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