Date: July 26, 2017
Time: 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Location: Gooseberry Falls State Park
Stars have long been the center of imagination and legend. They have been used to record the stories of the past. The Ojibwe also used the stars as a way to remember the oral history of their people and marked the rise and fall of the seasons. Come discover for yourself the beautiful history of the Ojibwe people told through the stars.
We will start at Lady Slipper Lodge then move to the picnic flow to view the Ojibwe Constellations for ourselves. Bug spray and flashlight recommended.
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