Do you and your family want delicious Thanksgiving Dinner without the fuss of dirty dishes? Make plans to do Thanksgiving in Iron County and let us do the cooking for you! There will be a Thanksgiving Dinner at the Crystal Falls Guardian Angels Church Hall from 11 am to 1 pm. Or you can come on out to Ski Brule for their Thanksgiving Dinner from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm. Dinner includes turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, yams, salad,
Thanksgiving is this week and is celebrated by many families in Iron County and all across the country. While the dishes served at the dinner tables may vary from house to house, many of the traditional items on the menu have stuck through the years and are still served today. While many of these items are purchased at your local grocery store, they also may have originated from a local farm in the Midwest region. According to the United States Department of
Rifle hunting season began November 15, 2014 and we’ve seen some good racks so far this year! Rifle hunting season continues until November 30, CLICK HERE for additional hunting seasons on the DNR website. Don’t forget to dress warm and keep safe while hunting. Still great hunting available, check out lodging for Iron County so you can sneak in some time in a deer stand for yourself.
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Michigan Whitetail Deer Hunting Forecasts Successful Hunting
JANET ROHDE, PHOTO BY KEVIN ZINI
Deer hunters will take to the woods on Nov. 15 for the opening of firearm deer season in Michigan in pursuit of big bucks like this Iron County trophy whitetail. (Kevin Zini photo)
LANSING—The leading reason many individuals participate in deer hunting is simply the opportunity to spend time outdoors with friends and family, but actually harvesting a deer is still very
With the upcoming snow fall expected for Iron County, here is a great reason to look forward to the 12 inches of snow coming our way! Lots of ways to have fun in the snow, here are some details about snowmobiling in Iron County.
Iron County boasts more than 260 miles of extensively groomed and well-marked snowmobile trails, drawing riders from throughout the region and beyond to enjoy scenic journeys that are a trademark of trails here.
When the temperatures and conditions are just right this time of year, area ski resorts begin the process of making their own snow in order to ensure that skiers and snowboarders get to enjoy the longest season possible.
Snowmaking is a simple but weather dependent process that involves forcing water through specialized machines called snow cannons. When the sun is down and temperatures reach their lows for the day,
Hunting Tradition In Iron County
Hunting and fishing are a big part of life in Iron County. White tail deer, ruffed grouse, and bear are three of the most popular seasons which make up the area’s great trophy hunting.
White Tail Deer
No other game animal has captured the hunter’s heart like the white tail deer. About 1.2 million licenses are sold annually to over 800,000 deer hunters during the archery, firearm, and muzzle loading season. Today Michigan’s deer herd is one of
There are many stereo types about Yoopers, some are hilarious and others not so much. I came across this article and found that it summed up what being a Yooper is all about, and we most certainly do not live in a barren wasteland. So much to do in Iron County, what are you waiting for, come visit! Courtesy of the Huffington Post:
You’ve Probably Never Heard Of A Yooper, But Here’s Why You’ll Wish You Were One
There’s nothing quite like
OPEN MIC NIGHT:
The last Open Mic of 2014 is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 25, at the Windsor Center here. The show starts at 7 p.m., and admission is $3.
The Friends of the Windsor Center would like to acknowledge the performers and the community for their support over the past five years.
The $3 admission includes a “sweet-treat” gathering in the Windsor Hall immediately following the show. Sponsors for the evening are Axle Auto Parts and Lindberg Logging.
CONCERT: An Evening With 4
The calendar tells us when hunting in Michigan begins, but cooler temperatures trigger our instincts. Michigan hunting offers an abundance of public lands to hunt deer, bear, turkey, grouse, waterfowl and other wildlife. So site in your scope or draw your bow. From big game to small, the thrill of the hunt is Pure Michigan.
Duck, Duck, Goose: Waterfowl Hunting Options Abound in Michigan
Written By Outdoorhub.com
When you think of waterfowl hunting meccas, places like Stuttgart, North Platte, Eastern Shore, and the