The U.P.-based production team has produced two seasons of Northbound so far, which can be streamed online at seeka.tv. The premier of season three at the Braumart is a fundraiser for future production.
The non-profit based in Suttons Bay, MI provides educational programming to individuals, schools, and other groups looking for an immersive experience on the Great Lakes. The schooner, fittingly named Inland Seas, will be in the U.P. until August 7th, however its programs are booked up already. Fred Sitkins, the executive director of the program, says to watch out for the 77-foot sail boat next summer because the ISEA is looking to make a comeback with more public programs.
Performances in the Park happen every Thursday from 7 to 9 in Copper Harbor, ending for the season on September 2nd. The performances are free to the community, however organizers are asking for donations to build a permanent structure.
The U.P. Trappers Convention and Outdoor Expo features over 200 vendors. The show's coordinator says you'll find so much more than trapping equipment and furs- including art, jewelry and other homemade goods.