Thursday, October 2, 2008

Moose Madness Family Festival October 17-19

A big thanks to the Lake Superior Trading Company for supporting our CAMP™ game at this years Moose Madness Festival in Grand Marais, MN. They will be playing CAMP™ at 11, 3 and 4 on Friday and Saturday and 10, 11 and 2 on Sunday. Small prizes for participants!

About the Festival
Grand Marais is crazy for Moose Madness! It's rutting season, and signs of moose are all over town - especially in shops, cafes, lodging facilities and many locations outdoors. Our favorite alces alces, Murray, will be around town for the much sought-after photo opportunity, and moose-related activities are planned for everyone!

Schedule of Events
The moose medallion search begins Friday morning and continues throughout the weekend until the medallion is found, worth 2 nights' lodging and a restaurant certificate. The East Bay Suites shuttle makes several trips up the Gunflint Trail, so you'll have the opportunity to join in on a moose quest. Moose writing contests are for kids of all ages (haiku, limerick or essay), and the secret word scavenger hunt runs both Friday and Saturday. Drury Lane Books features the Muffin Man and Moose-a-Rama, and the Grand Marais Art Colony offers special art projects Friday and Sunday. The Lake Superior Trading Post is running a new trivia game for ages 4 and up called Camp - try it! Stop in Northern Light Jewelry and Gifts to make your moosetacular bracelet either Friday or Saturday, and remember that the Pie Place becomes the Mocha Moose Cafe and Poetry Salon - a free slice of pie awarded to those who read some poetry aloud. Joynes Ben Franklin (America's most unusual BF) sponsors the coloring contest, and Sivertson Gallery and Lake Superior Trading Post both have Count the Moose Droppings contests...nice! More events are in the works, and the daily schedule will be available here by October 8th. Check it out!

Moose Madness Family Festival

For additional information, call the Grand Marais Area
Tourism Association: 1-888-922-5000 or 218-387-2524


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1 comment:

Toasty said...

Gee, I'd forgotten all about the Grand Marais area. I used to live in Minnesota (Luverne, Marshall and Minneapolis), then moved to Seattle for 23 years, and in March of this year, moved to Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, which is another northern country (Japan's northernmost), where snow is already on the ground. Great blog you have, by the way.