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Ojibwe history on Wisconsin Point is complicated, painful, beautiful

With the cool blue of Lake Superior and soft sloshing waves as a background, The River Talks season ended on a Wisconsin Point beach after a year of virtual presentations. Thomas Howes, natural resources manager with the Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Chippewa presented, “Ojibwe connection to Wisconsin Point: Past, present and future,” Read more about Ojibwe history on Wisconsin Point is complicated, painful, beautiful[…]

A “River of Poems” spans the world

Our “River of Poems” reading in conjunction with the St. Louis River Summit featured a dozen poets from across the country and around the world!

A free visit to the Great Lakes Aquarium!

The February River Talk featured Alexis Berke with the Great Lakes Aquarium presenting, “A virtual visit: Explore the St. Louis River exhibits and animals at the Great Lakes Aquarium.” Berke, director of learning and engagement, offered a mini-guided tour of the St. Louis River exhibits at the aquarium designed for all ages