Annual Historic Lake Michigan Cruise

From the Charlevoix Historical Society and the Keweenaw Star

Address
Boarding at 6:15 at the Keweenaw Star dock, adjacent to the Beaver Island boat dock

Charlevoix, Michigan 49720
Phone
231 547 0373
Website
Official Website
Email
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Event Start
6:30 PM  on  on Sep 1, 2015
Event End
8:30 PM  on  on Sep 1, 2015
Category
Arts & Culture

On January 7th, 1971, a B-52 bomber blew up in midair eleven flight seconds away from the Big Rock Nuclear Plant. Join the Charlevoix Historical Society aboard the Keweenaw Star as retired Petoskey Professor Rick Wiles takes us out to Big Rock Point and the site of a local plane crash that made worldwide headlines. A beautiful sunset and breathtaking scenery will accompany the narration of Rick Wiles, who will shine some light on this exciting Lake Michigan mystery!

Event Start
6:30 PM  on  on Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Event End
8:30 PM  on  on Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Categories
Arts & Culture
Fee
$25, includes one non-alcoholic beverage
Location
Boarding at 6:15 at the Keweenaw Star dock, cruise out on Lake Michigan
Additional Information

Cash bar on board with wine, beer, and snacks.

On January 7th, 1971, a B-52 bomber blew up in midair eleven flight seconds away from the Big Rock Nuclear Plant. Join the Charlevoix Historical Society aboard the Keweenaw Star as retired Petoskey Professor Rick Wiles takes us out to Big Rock Point and the site of a local plane crash that made worldwide headlines. A beautiful sunset and breathtaking scenery will accompany the narration of Rick Wiles, who will shine some light on this exciting Lake Michigan mystery!

Basic Directions

Tickets can be purchased at the Harsha House (103 State Street) or reserved by calling the Charlevoix Historical Society at 231 547 0373. Limited tickets will also be available the evening of the cruise.
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