Bombed But Not Forgotten: The Waugoshance Lighthouse
When: Thu May 4 2017
Where: Elk RapidsThe Elk Rapids Area Historical Society presents "Bombed But Not Forgotten: The Waugoshance Lighthouse." Serving the treacherous Straits of Mackinac from 1851 to 1913, the Waugoshance Lighthouse may be the most unique and historically significant lighthouse on all the lakes. But that was only the opening chapter to its surprising story. Join Terry Pepper, Great Lakes Lighthouse Keepers Associaition's Executive director, on a far-reaching journey of discovery as he unravels the story of this incredible lighthouse. The tiime for this event is 7 p.m., and it takes place at 301 Traverse Street. Admission is free for members, students, and children and will be taken on a donation basis from non-members. For more information, call (231) 264-5692 or visit elkrapidshistory.org.