Up North described

Second Saturdays-Journeys into Local History, sponsored by the Sheboygan County Historical Research Center, concludes its 2014-2015 season on Saturday, May 9, 2015 when columnist and writer, Rochelle Pennington returns to tell us about her newest book, Where the Hammock Hangs.

Her newest tales deal with the concept of Up North. Just what does Up North mean? If you’re from Wisconsin, the UP of Michigan or Minnesota, we all know what it means.

Up North can mean seeing more stars than you could ever imagine, Blue Moon ice cream, daylight until at least 10 at night in the summer, winter where the snow is crisp and clear and traffic and life does not come to a standstill in a snowstorm. It might be pine trees and ferns on the side of the road or a bear in the distance.

Rochelle will tell stories of the Pennington’s beloved cottage in the Porcupine Mountains in Upper Michigan. She’ll deal with mysteries from lighthouses and shipwrecks and tell stories about hunting, fishing and camping. We’re sure to have a great morning and a trip Up North with Rochelle.

The event will take place at the Plymouth Arts Center, 520 East Mill Street, Plymouth, from 9:30 am to 11:30 am. Open to the public, this free presentation is appropriate for adults and students ten and older. No reservations are needed.


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