Logging exhibit at Cross River Heritage Center kicks off with lumberjack dinner June 9
Get ready to celebrate Timberjack Logging on the North Shore this summer as the Schroeder Area Historical Society has fun and interesting exhibits and events highlighting logging and the lumber industry of yesterday and today.
The Schroeder Area Historical Society annual meeting will include a brief meeting and lumberjack dinner at the Schroeder Town Hall at 5 p.m. June 9.
There will be good food, an entertaining presentation by the U. S. Forest Service and toe-tapping music by Joyce Krueger.
On July 14 plan to attend a free and open to the public presentation at
10:30 a.m. at the Cross River Heritage Center by Dale Mulfinger (architect, author and professor) of Cabinology, on the art and science of building or remodeling a vacation home or cabin. Also, visit the Lundie Room at the center, which features architectural models of the timber frames designed by Lundie and built along the North Shore as well as information about Lundie and his work.
To sign up for the Lundie Vacation Home Tour call the Cross River Heritage Center at 663-7706 or e-mail email@example.com.