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Leelanau isn’t looking ANYTHING like the above photo today. We have decided not to cooperate with this blatant violation of Spring.
Remembering Jeff Lamb
Jeff took the photo above and the one to the right in Leelanau County. He passed away this week and was a friend, photographer and lover of Leelanau. I hope you have a chance to learn more about Jeff and view his Leelanau slideshow.
Videos from Winter to Spring to the Moon … and back again
Trish posted a flip-book of last Friday’s Super Moon rising over Suttons Bay. You can see more shots from around the state in the Super Moon slideshow from the Absolute Michigan photo group!
The third video we’d like to share comes via the Glen Arbor Sun and it’s packed with springtime fun!
On the Sugar Loaf front, Tom B (a forum member) has posted skisugarloaf.net and is seeking letters of support to help convince potential financial backers that Sugar Loaf is a good idea – tune in on the Sugar Loaf Blog for this and more!
The Leelanau Calendar
If you’ve got a Leelanau event, you can add your information (for free) to the Leelanau Calendar. Not only will it be listed in this newsletter every week, but we may do a feature story on your event on Leelanau.com!
There will be an open house TODAY (Friday, March 25) at Leelanau Books at 5 PM. All are welcome – click for details!
Did we mention you could add your events forfree? Get busy folks!
Ethnic Nights at the Bluebird in Leland happen every week on Wednesday & Thursday nights. Next week is the wine & food of the Greek Isles featuring Lamb Bandits, Greek Style Flank Steak, Orzo Flambeed Sea Scallops and Rosemary Skewered Escargot! Dig in!!
Now Playing at the Bay Theater in Suttons Bay: Rango (PG) with shows daily at 4:30 & 7:00 with a Spring Break Special Price – All Shows $5.50!! Normally M
It’s 31 degrees under mostly sunny skies at 1:30 PM at Leelanau Coffee Roasting in Glen Arbor. The record high for a March 25th was a summery 78 degrees in 1945 with the low of -8 set in 1965. We’re not clear on the record snowfall for today, but we’re guessing that the 6-12″ that fell on Tuesday is in the running! Sun and upper 20s is forecast today through Sunday – a great weekend to get a little more winter.
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