Leelanau Almanac for the Week of June 25 – July 1, 2009


Pilings by Dave Mc

News from the Week

Stories from the week included the latest feature in our America’s Lakeshore series: Watching Wildlife, a feature where lodging businesses can post last minute availability and deals, a gorgeous photo from the Crystal River along with blockbuster event features on the Cedar Polka Fest, the Manitou Music Festival and the inaugural Suttons Bay Blues Festival at the end of July!

The Week’s Weather

June 25, 2009: Partly cloudy, light rain and upper 80s (88/66)
June 26, 2009: Mostly sunny & upper 70s (78/60)
June 27, 2009: Partly cloudy, some rain and 80s (85/55)
June 28, 2009: Rain & 70s (78/61)
June 29, 2009: Rain & upper 60s (68/58)
June 30, 2009: Cloudy, upper 50s and heavy rain (61/53)
July 1, 2009: Cloudy, heavy rain & 50s (59/51)

You’ll also want to check out the Leelanau Calendar and the latest news and features from Leelanau, Traverse City and the surrounding area in our blog! Here’s the June 2008 archive and the July 2008 archive and also the Leelanau Almanc for the Week of July 2-8, 2009 and the Leelanau Almanac for the Week of June 18-24, 2009.



1 reply
  1. Jane Keen
    Jane Keen says:

    Friday, July 3, 2009

    The Leland Community Improvement Association has moved the Fireworks Display to Hancock Field due to the lack of beach and a safe radius area at our normal launch site on Lake Michigan.

    Hancock Field is located on Union Street, but the display should be visible from many locations in Leland. The Leland Township Fire and Rescue Department will be helping with traffic flow and temporary street closings.

    We ask that visitors respect the property rights of homeowners, the Leland County Club, and Leland Township. We apologize for any inconvenience this change will cause, but safety and meeting regulations standards are the most important issues.


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