Historic White Pine Village to hold its Lumber Day on Saturday

LUDINGTON — The Historic White Pine Village’s Lumber Day will run from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, featuring a day of family fun and special attractions. An all-inclusive admission price will cover all activities.

The village is located in Ludington at 1687 South Lakeshore Drive.

The day will begin with a Lumberjack Brunch, served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The menu will feature freshly-made pancakes with local maple syrup, sausage, hash browns and coffee or apple cider.

Building docents will be on the grounds to “bring history alive,” and activities include: first person interpreter’s — Olive Beebe Cole, Burr Caswell, Viggo Lahsen, Myrtle Grover and Thomas Burns; candlemaking at the Trapper’s Cabin; sawmill demonstrations; saw blade sharpening; sawing with a two made sawblade; weaving and other textile crafts; and laundry washing at the Farmhouse.

The lumberjack pancake brunch is at a cost. No discounts are offered on special events.

The Mason County Historical Society appreciates the patronage, donations, memberships and gift shop sales, to support the society’s work in preserving local history.

For more information on this event, schedule of attractions or any other information, call (231) 843-4808 or email  info@historicwhitepinevillage.org, or visit the web site at www.historicwhitepinevillage.org.

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Posted by Ashlyn Korienek

Ashlyn is the cops & courts and city reporter for the Manistee News Advocate. You can reach her at (231) 398-3109 or akorienek@pioneergroup.com

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