2017-01-30 - 2017-05-29 Song Writers Group
2017-04-10 - 2017-05-31 “Two Perspectives: The Art of Christine Groleau and Laura Maze
2017-06-03 Craft Show
2017-06-03 Bay Cliff Walk-A-Thon
2017-06-05 Music at the Curtis Library
2017-06-09 4-H Family Fun Night
2017-06-10 Free Fishing Weekend Demonstrations
2017-06-12 Fire, Brimstone and Brahms!
2017-06-17 - 2017-06-24 Saturday Night Music in the Park- Above the Bridge Music in the
2017-06-24 Lumberjack Breakfast
2017-07-02 Curtis 4th of July Celebration
2017-07-04 July 4th Parade
2017-07-14 - 2017-07-15 Tahquamenon Valley Cruisers Car Show
2017-07-21 HNJH Foundation 9th Annual Golf Outing
2017-07-22 - 2017-07-23 Lumberjack Breakfast & Country/Polka Music Festival
2017-08-05 Paddles-to-pedals Biathlon
2017-08-19 - 2017-08-27 “In the Heart of the beast” Puppet and Mask Making Theatre W
2017-08-26 - 2017-08-27 Lumberjack Breakfast & Country/Polka Music Festival
2017-09-23 Lumberjack Breakfast
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Newberry, Michigan ATV ORV - Off Roading in the UP
Luce County now allows ATV & ORV enthusiasts to ride on county roads. A network of trails through the Lake Superior State Forest wilderness provides the Off-Road enthusiast with many hours of unsurpassed riding. State Forest Roads are open to off road traffic unless posted closed. Almost all of the many seasonal roads throughout the county are also open to you.
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Please help Michigan continue to provide flexible riding privileges throughout Michigan - remember to drive safely and respect all forests, sand dunes, rivers, lakes, streams, and private property.
Plan Your Tahquamenon ATV / ORV Get-A-Way
Luce County ATV and ORV Enthusiasts - Visit us and find over 200 miles of some of the best ATV/ORV trails in the United States.
"In the Upper Peninsula, it is legal for ORVs to operate on state forest roads as well as the designated trail system, unless a specific state forest road is posted closed to ORV use. Trails are lightly groomed and riders are likely to encounter narrow sand trails, rough moguls, steep hills, stumps, rocks, brush, loose surfaces and other hazards."
—Michigan Department of Natural Resources, www.michigan.gov
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