HOT STOVE NIGHT

 

 

Many thanks to the Warblers Hideaway Association for hosting the HotStove Night for the last two seasons.

For 2019 we will meet at the Lovells Township Hall on Thursday evening begining 31 January 2019.  The programs will start at 6 pm.  

 Program for 2019 

Jan 31:  James Renn -  “Where do we come from? How did we get here? Early Human Migration and the First Colonization of the Americas” This talk will cover the archeology and associated theories of early human migration and colonization of the Americas.

 Feb 14 Steve Johnson – He and Glenn Eberly went fishing on the Miramichi River, and this is their story.  Exciting recollections of dangerous travel and risky fishing.  (Sort of) 

 Feb 28 Tabitha O’Dell - Forest Management & Resources available through NRCS, Gaylord, MI 

 Mar 14 Patrick Ertel – Pat says Outdoor Science stuff – if you know Pat you know this will be good.

 Mar 28 Robert Korhman – Bob will talk about W.B. Mershon focusing on Merschon’s Railroad Cars & their use in hunting and fishing.  He named his cars Peggy, The Spirit of Saginaw, and the W.B. Mershon (this car came to Lovells).  HIgh Bank Lodge on the North Branch.  His last trips for grayling to the Black River and maybe:  His 50 year’s salmon fishing on the Cascapedia

 April 11 TBD

 April 25 TBD  

 

 

  

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