War of 1812 Event at the Fur Post
An integral piece of American History lies just outside Pine City.
The North West Company Fur Post just off Pokegama Lake Road is hosting a re-enactment of the War of 1812 this Saturday.
Site Manager Patrick Schifferdecker said the event is a chance to talk about one of the "forgotten wars" in United States history. Schifferdecker mentioned that many people jump right from the Revolutionary War right to the Civil War, when the War of 1812 shouldn't be overlooked.
He added that it’s an opportunity to learn about the non-American faction in the War, the British, and their impact. The North West Trading Company was a British trading firm.
The War of 1812 Family Day is this Saturday at the North West Company Fur Post in Pine City, from 10 am to 4 pm.
Partners in Healthy Living is hosting a forum on wellness in the workplace.
The Worksite Wellness Program will showcase 3 informative speakers that will communicate good workplace practices in staying healthy.
Citizens can also learn how to start their own wellness programs at their place of employment.
The forum is tomorrow from noon to 1 at the Pine Technical and Community College where lunch will be provided.
Cambridge Concerts in the Park
The City of Cambridge is hosting Summer Concerts in the Park.
The series runs throughout the month of June at City Park in Cambridge.
Featuring multiple artists, the first concert of the summer is today.
Every concert after today’s morning start time will be at 6 pm.
Click here for a full list of the concerts this summer.
Duluth Airshow Traffic
If you’re traveling north on 35 this weekend expect delays.
The Duluth Airshow is taking place June 3rd and 4th and is expected to be the biggest event of the year in Duluth.