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Water Levels Rise in Manistee, MI

Water Levels Rise in Manistee, MI

26-Jul-2013

The Detroit District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers recently announced that water levels have risen significantly on Lake Michigan, and the Manistee County Visitors Bureau in Manistee, Michigan wants boaters to know water levels in the county’s three harbors of refuge are viable and r...
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Regatta to Benefit Hospice

Regatta to Benefit Hospice

08-Jul-2013

The annual VanderLeek Cup Hospice Regatta will take place Saturday, August 17 in Holland, Michigan. Daytime activities include a sailing regatta and dinghy poker run. Enjoy dinner, raffle, auctions and dancing during the evening hours at Yacht Basin Marina. All proceeds from the event will ...
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SUPing for Vets

SUPing for Vets

05-Jul-2013

Paddle the Mitten and Floating Lotus Yoga Studio in Hartland, Michigan have joined forces to offer yoga classes aboard stand-up paddleboards (SUPs) to veterans of our country’s military branches. Both groups are proud ambassadors of the national organization known as Yoga for Vets, which o...
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Youth Regatta Sails Into Grosse Point, MI

Youth Regatta Sails Into Grosse Point, MI

04-Jul-2013

The Grosse Point Yacht Club in Grosse Point, Michigan will host more than 400 young sailors ages 8-15 and their families July 6-14 for the United States Optimist Dinghy Association (USODA) National Youth Regatta. The regatta includes three major events, each showcasing the nation’s best yo...
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Bay Harbor Welcomes Boaters

Bay Harbor Welcomes Boaters

19-Jun-2013

With concerns mounting over historic low water levels throughout the Great Lakes heading into this spring and summer, the folks at Bay Harbor Lake Marina in Bay Harbor, Michigan want boaters to know their facility is still going strong and will have no issues whatsoever welcoming boaters through...
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Microscopic Plastic Threatens Great Lakes

Microscopic Plastic Threatens Great Lakes

13-Jun-2013

The Great Lakes are becoming increasingly clogged with microscopic bits of plastic that potentially threaten the lakes’ natural ecosystem, including resident fish and plant life, according to a recent report published in The Huffington Post, huffingtonpost.com (http://www.huffingtonpost.co...
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Boat Show Sails into Bay Harbor June 14-16

Boat Show Sails into Bay Harbor June 14-16

11-Jun-2013

Bay Harbor Lake Marina will host the 11th Annual Bay Harbor In-Water Boat Show June 14-16. Patrons can expect to see a range of one-of-a-kind exhibitors this year, offering everything from yachts to boating goods for sale at the event. There will also be on-land displays with exhibitors presenti...
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Kick Start Summer at the Chicago In-Water Boat Show

Kick Start Summer at the Chicago In-Water Boat Show

10-Jun-2013

What better way to kick off summer and the start of boating season than paying a visit to the second annual Progressive Insurance Chicago In-Water Boat Show, June 13-16 at the 31st Street Harbor in Chicago. The 2013 show will feature more than 150 power- and sailboats for sale, dozens of ven...
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Art Exhibit Commemorates Battle of Lake Erie

Art Exhibit Commemorates Battle of Lake Erie

16-May-2013

The 200th anniversary of the Battle of Lake Erie — among the most famous naval encounters of the War of 1812 and the first time a squadron of British ships had even been captured — will be commemorated with a special exhibition this fall at the Toledo Museum of Art in Toledo, Ohio. ...
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Asian Carp More Prolific Than Originally Believed

Asian Carp More Prolific Than Originally Believed

15-May-2013

Experts have determined that Asian carp, the invasive species that threaten the $7 billion Great Lakes fishing industry and the safety of recreational boaters, are reproducing in more places and under a greater variety of conditions than previously believed, according to a recent report in the H...
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