Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce

Junior Ranger Angler Program

Always wanted to learn to fish? Curious about local fish species? Need more information about fishing regulations, or preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species? The wait is over! Stop […]

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Junior Ranger Angler Program

Always wanted to learn to fish? Curious about local fish species? Need more information about fishing regulations, or preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species? The wait is over! Stop […]

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Junior Ranger Angler Program

Always wanted to learn to fish? Curious about local fish species? Need more information about fishing regulations, or preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species? The wait is over! Stop […]

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Plein Air Weekend

Painters from across Michigan and the Midwest will converge on Glen Arbor August 4 and 5 for the Glen Arbor Arts Center’s 14th Plein Air Weekend. This year the event will […]

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Junior Ranger Angler Program

Always wanted to learn to fish? Curious about local fish species? Need more information about fishing regulations, or preventing the spread of aquatic invasive species? The wait is over! Stop […]

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Native American Boarding Schools

Native American populations were subjected to laws and policies forced to assimilate them into American culture and society. These policies accumulated into Indian boarding schools. These institutions of forced assimilation […]

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Native Foods in the Great Lakes

Food has meant more to the Anishinaabek than simple subsistence. It has provided economics, told time and is a central part of cultural practices. This unique talk not only discusses […]

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The Need for Trees

Join Anishinaabe historian Eric Hemenway for a stroll to find out the Anishinaabe connection to trees. Trees have been, and continue to be, of the utmost importance to the Anishnaabek. […]

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