Americas Best Value Inn of Newberry

2017-10-19 - 2019-10-31 Community Dinner

2018-01-15 - 2025-01-15 Tahquamenon Friends of the Library

2018-01-29 - 2025-01-29 Luce-West Mackinac County Fair Board Meeting

2018-01-29 - 2025-01-29 First Baptist Baby Pantry

2018-01-29 - 2025-01-29 First Baptist Baby Pantry

2018-01-29 - 2025-01-29 Luce County Parks & Recreation Board Meeting

2018-01-29 - 2025-01-29 Alzheimer Caregivers Support Group

2018-01-29 - 2021-01-29 Parkinson's Support Group

2018-01-30 - 2025-01-30 Great Lakes Recovery Center Peer Support Services

2018-02-01 - 2025-02-01 T.O.P.S. Meeting

2018-02-01 - 2025-02-01 Newberry American Legion Euchre

2018-02-05 - 2025-02-05 Lions Club Meeting

2018-02-05 - 2018-03-30 Annual Student Art Show

2018-02-05 - 2025-02-05 Lions Club Meeting

2018-02-06 - 2025-02-06 Luce County Parks and Recreation Department Board Meeting

2018-02-07 - 2025-02-07 Newberry Ambassadors Meeting

2018-02-08 - 2025-02-08 Tahquamenon Area Senior Citizens Meeting

2018-02-08 - 2025-02-08 American Legion Post 74 Meeting

2018-02-14 - 2025-02-14 Library Advisory Board

2018-03-13 - 2019-03-13 Water & Light Board Meeting

2018-03-16 - 2018-03-22 "Game Night" Tahqua Land Theater

2018-03-19 - 2020-03-19 Village Council Meeting

2018-03-21 Pancake Fundraiser

2018-03-22 Essential Oils 2.0

2018-03-23 Half Day @ Tahquamenon Area Schools

2018-03-26 - 2018-04-02 Spring Break - Tahquamenon Area Schools

2018-03-28 Community Easter Party

2018-03-28 Bariatric Surgery Support Group

2018-04-03 Coffee And Conversations with the DNR

2018-04-18 Late Start Tahquamenon Area Schools

2018-04-26 - 2018-04-29 North of 45 Writers Retreat

2018-05-09 Late Start Tahquamenon Area Schools

2018-05-19 Oredock Brewing Tasting Event

2018-05-26 - 2018-09-22 Logging Museum Breakfast

2018-05-26 - 2018-09-22 TLM Lumberjack Breakfast

2018-05-27 - 2018-08-26 TLM Lumberjack Breakfast

2018-05-28 NO SCHOOL

2018-06-05 - 2018-06-07 Half Day @ Tahquamenon Area Schools

2018-07-14 Hike the Lower Tahquamenon Wilderness

2018-07-20 - 2018-07-21 Tahquamenon Valley Mid-Summer Car Show

2018-09-08 North Lakes Hike

2018-09-22 Lumberjack Breakfast

2018-09-22 Hike Tween Da Falls

2018-10-13 Tahqua in Da Fall Hike

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Newberry, Michigan Dog Sledding
Guests to Newberry, Michigan can experience the thrill of Upper Peninsula Dog Racing or Newberry Sled Dog Tours. Our winter season delivers the perfect snow to get dog sledding and guests don't have to travel to Alaska to live this adventure.  Whether you are a spectator, musher, pro or beginner, the Newberry Michigan region is a prime location for dog sledding opportunities and adventures.
The Newberry area is home to The Tahquamenon Country Sled Dog Race every January.   Come and experience the excitement of Sled Dog Racing from Professional classes to Amateur enthusiasts,  and long distance to sprint events.  We have it all!
Many of our local Upper Michigan sled dog businesses and enthusiasts offer services so that guests to the Newberry area can experience a real Upper Michigan dogsledding adventure.  Imagine the thrill of mushing a trained and experienced team of sled dogs.

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Tahquamenon Country Sled Dog Race
The Tahquamenon Country Sled Dog Race is held annually in January of each winter at Muskallonge Lake State Park,  north of Newberry.  The race is a combination of Pro and Sport Classes, with 12 Dog and 8 Dog teams running 60 and 40 miles respectively, and with Sports Classes of 2 to 6-dog teams running from 4 to 30 miles. Prize money for the 2013 race is estimated at $8,000 (For Pro Classes)The race is always one of the first of the mushing season and draws mushers from throughout the Midwest and Canada, and occasionally from Alaska.  Spectators are free and can watch the race start and finish at Muskallonge Lake State Park. For more information on the Tahquamenon Country Sled Dog Races visit:
Dog Sledding Pure Michigan Winter
Dog sledding, a historic form of transportation is also a fun way to get out and enjoy the winter months. With more than 2,000 miles of dogsledding trails, 11,000 frozen inland lakes and a number of snow-covered national forests, Michigan is a great destination for a dog sledding adventure. Experience the rush and excitement as a pack of huskies pull us along the glistening Michigan winter landscape.
Upper Michigan Dog Sled Tours
Nature's Kennel is your Michigan's Premier Dog Sledding Destination. They offer year-round sled dog tours with overnight adventures, day trips and special event rides. Nature’s Kennel also travels to various locations to race in world class events, such as the Iditarod. Along with their tours and racing, they also provide presentations and educations programs.  Nature's Kennel is located north west of Newberry, MI.  Visit their website at or call for more information at 906-748-0513.

Helpful Hints for Spectators:
*Do not bring pets to watch the race.  A pet is a distraction to the sled dogs and could cause a driver to loose a race or result in harm to your pet.  Sled dogs are athletes and need to concentrate on racing.
*Do not stand on the trail.  The leaders need to have an open path to see where they are going.
*DO NOT feed the dogs.
*Don't ask questions when the drivers are getting ready to race;  they will be focused on the dogs.  
*Be careful where you walk:  a driver has lines, harnesses,etc. out for the race and it is easy to trip on them.
*Always ask permission to pet a dog:  some dogs can be very hyper.

Musher Lingo:
Musher - the driver of the team.
Gee - right turn
Haw - left turn
Easy - slow down
Mushers don't say "mush".  They say "hike", "ready?" or "let's go".