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Weekly Farmers' Market
The Sault Farmers' Market is open each Wednesday from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. through late October at the corner of Ashmun and Portage. A part of the downtown scene for many years, the Market features more than 20 vendors offering fresh, local produce, eggs, maple syrup, honey, a variety of home-made baked goods, and fine craft items from local crafters. A recent survey of market customers showed that two of the especially favored aspects of the market are the high quality of products offered and the chance to talk directly with the people who grow the food and make the products.
Attention Bay Mart customers:
There will be no fuel sales June 5th – June 13th as the dispensers and fuel system will be undergoing repairs/upgrades. The store will remain open for other business.
U.P. 4-H Camp registration ends on June 23
Registration is now open for the Upper Peninsula 4-H Camp. The camp will run July 11-13 at Clear Lake Education Center in Schoolcraft County. Youth ages 9-13 are encouraged to register as campers and youth 14 and older can attend as junior counselors. The cost for campers is $55 for current 4-H members and $65 for non-4-H members. Both prices will increase by $20 on June 1st and the deadline is June 23. To register and view more information about the camp program, please visit: events.anr.msu.edu/2017UP4HCAMP or contact your local MSU Extension 4-H Program Coordinator.
Craft show planned
A Craft Show will be held on Saturday, June 3 at the American Legion Post #393 in Hulbert.
Contact Heather Frank at (906) 274-5228 or email: for more information.
Saturday- June 24, 2017 International Bridge Walk
Lace up your sneakers and get ready to walk a Michigan landmark. The annual International Bridge Walk takes an easy pace and provides spectacular views of the twin Saults, the St. Marys River rapids, and the Soo Locks.
Young and old, physically fit or fitness challenged, all enjoy the fantastic views and the resulting pictures that will last a lifetime. Best of all, there’s no admission fee, no long waits, and no sweltering heat to contend with since the walk steps off at 9:30 a.m.
Bicyclists are invited to join the round-trip Bike Parade, which leaves LSSU at 8:30 a.m.
Sponsored by the International Bridge Authority and the Chamber of Commerce from both cities, organizers remind walkers to bring a passport or other approved I.D. found in the Soo Area Info, International Bridge Customs section of this site. Please, contact the Sault Ste. Marie Area Chamber of Commerce for more details at 906-632-3301.
Bus transportation is available for $4 and can bring walkers from Mill Market in Sault Ontario to the starting point or, afterward, return those with vehicles waiting to the Norris Center.
Bay Mills Pow Wow
Director of Marketing/Bay Mills Resort & Casino (open until filled)
Maintenance Tech/Bay Mills Indian Community (closes June 1)
Front Desk Clerk/Bay Mills Resort & Casino (closes June 2)
Rookie/Bay Mills Fire Crew (closes June 2)
Housekeeping-Casino Room Attendant/Bay Mills Resort & Casino (open until filled)
Kitchen Prep Cook/Bay Mills Resort & Casinos (open until filled)
Housekeeping Room Attendant/Bay Mills Resort & Casino (open until filled)
Line Cook/Wild Bluff Golf Course (open until filled)
Kitchen Steward/Bay Mills Resort & Casino (open until filled)
Line Cook/Sacy's (open until filled)
Staff Dentist/Bay Mills Health Center (Open until filled)
Chief Financial Officer/Bay Mills Indian Community (Open until filled)