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  1. HISTORIC SLEEPING BEAR ANNUAL MEETING AND APPRECIATION DINNER

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    It’s time to celebrate all that our members and volunteers have done to preserve the heritage within Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore this year! Enjoy dinner, awards, friendship, and an update of Historic Sleeping Bear’s accomplishments and future plans. If you’re not a member or volunteer please join us with a $10 donation at the door. Come learn about what we do as a park partner!

    DETAILS

    Dinner and table settings provided. Side dishes welcome but not necessary. Please RSVP by 5 pm, Thursday, Sept. 5

  2. Horse and Wagon Tour

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    Clip Clop Back in Time

    Experience the Port Oneida Historic District the way they did in the late 1800 to early 1900s –  by horse and wagon!  We’ll travel in the footsteps of the early pioneers down the back roads of Port Oneida where you’ll learn about the history of this significant agricultural community with rolling hills and 18 farmsteads.

    Bring your family and friends for an activity that is relaxing, educational and memorable.  Or, make it a romantic end to your perfect day before dinner.

    Schedule

    Tues. 4:30 & Thurs. 3:00 and 4:30

    Starting Thursday, July 2 through Sept. 3

    If you would like to pay for an entire wagon on a date please contact us. Weekends are not typically available.

    Tours are approximately 1.25 hr

    Donation:  $20 per adult;  $12 per child 4-12   Children 3 and under on laps are free

    Reservations required – please call 231-334-6103.

    PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY!  Register before 11 am the day of the ride to ensure we have enough people. Wagon holds 12 people. We need a minimum of 8 reservations to conduct the tour. Private rental rides can be arranged – call for details. Late registration may be available.

    Park and meet at the Port Oneida Farms Heritage Center at the Charles Olsen farm 15 minutes before the tour begins.

    Rates and Schedule subject to change. Reservations are held with credit card. Pay in cash or check on arrival. No refund for no-shows. Credit card will be charged for no-shows.

  3. Horse and Wagon Tours

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    Clip Clop Back in Time

    Experience the Port Oneida Historic District the way they did in the late 1800 to early 1900s –  by horse and wagon!  We’ll travel in the footsteps of the early pioneers down the back roads of Port Oneida where you’ll learn about the history of this significant agricultural community with rolling hills and 18 farmsteads.

    Bring your family and friends for an activity that is relaxing, educational and memorable.  Or, make it a romantic end to your perfect day before dinner.

    Schedule

    Tues. 4:30 & Thurs. 3:00 and 4:30

    Starting Thursday, July 2 through Sept. 3

    If you would like to pay for an entire wagon on a date please contact us. Weekends are not typically available.

    Tours are approximately 1.25 hr

    Donation:  $20 per adult;  $12 per child 4-12   Children 3 and under on laps are free

    Reservations required – please call 231-334-6103.

    PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY!  Register before 11 am the day of the ride to ensure we have enough people. Wagon holds 12 people. We need a minimum of 8 reservations to conduct the tour. Private rental rides can be arranged – call for details. Late registration may be available.

    Park and meet at the Port Oneida Farms Heritage Center at the Charles Olsen farm 15 minutes before the tour begins.

    Rates and Schedule subject to change. Reservations are held with credit card. Pay in cash or check on arrival. No refund for no-shows. Credit card will be charged for no-shows.

  4. Horse and Wagon Tours

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    Clip Clop Back in Time

    Experience the Port Oneida Historic District the way they did in the late 1800 to early 1900s –  by horse and wagon!  We’ll travel in the footsteps of the early pioneers down the back roads of Port Oneida where you’ll learn about the history of this significant agricultural community with rolling hills and 18 farmsteads.

    Bring your family and friends for an activity that is relaxing, educational and memorable.  Or, make it a romantic end to your perfect day before dinner.

    Schedule

    Tues. 4:30 & Thurs. 3:00 and 4:30

    Starting Thursday, July 2 through Sept. 3

    If you would like to pay for an entire wagon on a date please contact us. Weekends are not typically available.

    Tours are approximately 1.25 hr

    Donation:  $20 per adult;  $12 per child 4-12   Children 3 and under on laps are free

    Reservations required – please call 231-334-6103.

    PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY!  Register before 11 am the day of the ride to ensure we have enough people. Wagon holds 12 people. We need a minimum of 8 reservations to conduct the tour. Private rental rides can be arranged – call for details. Late registration may be available.

    Park and meet at the Port Oneida Farms Heritage Center at the Charles Olsen farm 15 minutes before the tour begins.

    Rates and Schedule subject to change. Reservations are held with credit card. Pay in cash or check on arrival. No refund for no-shows. Credit card will be charged for no-shows.

  5. Horse and Wagon Tours

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    Clip Clop Back in Time

    Experience the Port Oneida Historic District the way they did in the late 1800 to early 1900s –  by horse and wagon!  We’ll travel in the footsteps of the early pioneers down the back roads of Port Oneida where you’ll learn about the history of this significant agricultural community with rolling hills and 18 farmsteads.

    Bring your family and friends for an activity that is relaxing, educational and memorable.  Or, make it a romantic end to your perfect day before dinner.

    Schedule

    Tues. 4:30 & Thurs. 3:00 and 4:30

    Starting Thursday, July 2 through Sept. 3

    If you would like to pay for an entire wagon on a date please contact us. Weekends are not typically available.

    Tours are approximately 1.25 hr

    Donation:  $20 per adult;  $12 per child 4-12   Children 3 and under on laps are free

    Reservations required – please call 231-334-6103.

    PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY!  Register before 11 am the day of the ride to ensure we have enough people. Wagon holds 12 people. We need a minimum of 8 reservations to conduct the tour. Private rental rides can be arranged – call for details. Late registration may be available.

    Park and meet at the Port Oneida Farms Heritage Center at the Charles Olsen farm 15 minutes before the tour begins.

    Rates and Schedule subject to change. Reservations are held with credit card. Pay in cash or check on arrival. No refund for no-shows. Credit card will be charged for no-shows.

  6. Horse and Wagon Tours

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    Clip Clop Back in Time

    Experience the Port Oneida Historic District the way they did in the late 1800 to early 1900s –  by horse and wagon!  We’ll travel in the footsteps of the early pioneers down the back roads of Port Oneida where you’ll learn about the history of this significant agricultural community with rolling hills and 18 farmsteads.

    Bring your family and friends for an activity that is relaxing, educational and memorable.  Or, make it a romantic end to your perfect day before dinner.

    Schedule

    Tues. 4:30 & Thurs. 3:00 and 4:30

    Starting Thursday, July 2 through Sept. 3

    If you would like to pay for an entire wagon on a date please contact us. Weekends are not typically available.

    Tours are approximately 1.25 hr

    Donation:  $20 per adult;  $12 per child 4-12   Children 3 and under on laps are free

    Reservations required – please call 231-334-6103.

    PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY!  Register before 11 am the day of the ride to ensure we have enough people. Wagon holds 12 people. We need a minimum of 8 reservations to conduct the tour. Private rental rides can be arranged – call for details. Late registration may be available.

    Park and meet at the Port Oneida Farms Heritage Center at the Charles Olsen farm 15 minutes before the tour begins.

    Rates and Schedule subject to change. Reservations are held with credit card. Pay in cash or check on arrival. No refund for no-shows. Credit card will be charged for no-shows.

  7. Horse and Wagon Tours

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    Clip Clop Back in Time

    Experience the Port Oneida Historic District the way they did in the late 1800 to early 1900s –  by horse and wagon!  We’ll travel in the footsteps of the early pioneers down the back roads of Port Oneida where you’ll learn about the history of this significant agricultural community with rolling hills and 18 farmsteads.

    Bring your family and friends for an activity that is relaxing, educational and memorable.  Or, make it a romantic end to your perfect day before dinner.

    Schedule

    Tues. 4:30 & Thurs. 3:00 and 4:30

    Starting Thursday, July 2 through Sept. 3

    If you would like to pay for an entire wagon on a date please contact us. Weekends are not typically available.

    Tours are approximately 1.25 hr

    Donation:  $20 per adult;  $12 per child 4-12   Children 3 and under on laps are free

    Reservations required – please call 231-334-6103.

    PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY!  Register before 11 am the day of the ride to ensure we have enough people. Wagon holds 12 people. We need a minimum of 8 reservations to conduct the tour. Private rental rides can be arranged – call for details. Late registration may be available.

    Park and meet at the Port Oneida Farms Heritage Center at the Charles Olsen farm 15 minutes before the tour begins.

    Rates and Schedule subject to change. Reservations are held with credit card. Pay in cash or check on arrival. No refund for no-shows. Credit card will be charged for no-shows.

  8. Horse and Wagon Tours

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    Clip Clop Back in Time

    Experience the Port Oneida Historic District the way they did in the late 1800 to early 1900s –  by horse and wagon!  We’ll travel in the footsteps of the early pioneers down the back roads of Port Oneida where you’ll learn about the history of this significant agricultural community with rolling hills and 18 farmsteads.

    Bring your family and friends for an activity that is relaxing, educational and memorable.  Or, make it a romantic end to your perfect day before dinner.

    Schedule

    Tues. 4:30 & Thurs. 3:00 and 4:30

    Starting Thursday, July 2 through Sept. 3

    If you would like to pay for an entire wagon on a date please contact us. Weekends are not typically available.

    Tours are approximately 1.25 hr

    Donation:  $20 per adult;  $12 per child 4-12   Children 3 and under on laps are free

    Reservations required – please call 231-334-6103.

    PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY!  Register before 11 am the day of the ride to ensure we have enough people. Wagon holds 12 people. We need a minimum of 8 reservations to conduct the tour. Private rental rides can be arranged – call for details. Late registration may be available.

    Park and meet at the Port Oneida Farms Heritage Center at the Charles Olsen farm 15 minutes before the tour begins.

    Rates and Schedule subject to change. Reservations are held with credit card. Pay in cash or check on arrival. No refund for no-shows. Credit card will be charged for no-shows.

  9. Mornings in the Garden 9:30 – 11 am

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    Join our Master Gardeners at the Olsen Farm during their morning tending, to learn about heirloom plants, companion planting, and more in our vegetable and perennial gardens.  You can even dig in and get your hands dirty to help them if you like! For all ages. Kids can discover what’s growing in season, practice historic planting techniques, go on an insect safari or explore the wild world of soil!

    Mondays, June 24 – August 19

  10. Horse and Wagon Tours

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    Clip Clop Back in Time

    Experience the Port Oneida Historic District the way they did in the late 1800 to early 1900s –  by horse and wagon!  We’ll travel in the footsteps of the early pioneers down the back roads of Port Oneida where you’ll learn about the history of this significant agricultural community with rolling hills and 18 farmsteads.

    Bring your family and friends for an activity that is relaxing, educational and memorable.  Or, make it a romantic end to your perfect day before dinner.

    Schedule

    Tues. 4:30 & Thurs. 3:00 and 4:30

    Starting Thursday, July 2 through Sept. 3

    If you would like to pay for an entire wagon on a date please contact us. Weekends are not typically available.

    Tours are approximately 1.25 hr

    Donation:  $20 per adult;  $12 per child 4-12   Children 3 and under on laps are free

    Reservations required – please call 231-334-6103.

    PLEASE MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY!  Register before 11 am the day of the ride to ensure we have enough people. Wagon holds 12 people. We need a minimum of 8 reservations to conduct the tour. Private rental rides can be arranged – call for details. Late registration may be available.

    Park and meet at the Port Oneida Farms Heritage Center at the Charles Olsen farm 15 minutes before the tour begins.

    Rates and Schedule subject to change. Reservations are held with credit card. Pay in cash or check on arrival. No refund for no-shows. Credit card will be charged for no-shows.

  11. Celebrate Historic Sleeping Bear

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    Historic Sleeping Bear (formerly named Preserve Historic Sleeping Bear) is celebrating their 20th Anniversary as a partner of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. The non-profit group will host, “Celebrate Historic Sleeping Bear!” – a 2-day event starting Friday evening June 29th with the showing of the documentary film, “The Barn Raisers “at 7 pm in the barn at the Port Oneida Farms Heritage Center/Olsen Farm. The film highlights barns of the Midwest and includes some from Leelanau County and was filmed by award-winning producers.

    On Saturday, June 30th a full day of activities are planned at the farm from 10 am – 4:30 pm. There will be scheduled bus tours of Port Oneida at 10:30, 12:30 and 2:30; an art show and sale focused on historic buildings in the Park; demonstrations of old-time crafts and skills including rope making, historic cooking, wood stamping, basket weaving, butter churning and many children’s games and crafts. Try your hand at putting together a model timber frame structure, or help stitch our Historic Sleeping Bear quilt; go on a history hunt; watch a preservation project in action; enjoy the goats. The National Park Service and others will speak briefly at 12:15 followed by free cake; storytelling with Beach Bard’s Norm Wheeler from 11:15 – 1; “The North Carolines”, an Americana and Roots band will perform from 1-3 pm. And a 3 pm prize drawing. Betty’s HotDish Food Truck will be on-site for it all.

    The celebration will culminate with our inaugural barn dance at 7 pm on Saturday with live caller and music. For details contact 334-6103 or visit www.phsb.org


    Historic Sleeping Bear partners with the National Park to preserve and interpret the historic structures, landscapes, and heritage of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. For details, please visit www.phsb.org