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Ski Brule Snow Report – 04/07

YES YOU CAN STILL SKI & SNOWBOARD At Ski Brule!! Snow conditions and open/closed trail status can change quickly (within hours) in April.

Please call or check online prior to departing on a trip to Ski Brule so you have a full understanding of conditions … and understand that they can change within a day.

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New Snow: 0

Base: 24 – 36"

Lifts: 2

Runs: 11

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Sunday June 25th, 2017 - 7:47 am

Ski Brule

Friday, July 14
8am Queen & Princess horsemanship at Rodeo arena
8-11am Crystal Farms Breakfast @ Angeli Foods
9am-3pm Market Days – downtown Iron River (application available on General Information page)
9am-3pm Friends of the Library Book & Bake Sale – West Iron District Library
11am Queen & Princess modeling and questions @ Market Days
1-5pm Family Fun @ Upper grounds
5pm Arena gates open
Pre-performance entertainment-Pink Ribbon Rebels at rodeo arena
Pre-performance entertaintment by Cowgirl Sweethearts (trick riders)
7pm PRCA Rodeo Performance at rodeo arena
Wear purple in support of “Man-Up Crusade”


Saturday, July 15
8am Windsor Rodeo Run
8-11:30am Pancake Breakfast @ Iron River Senior Center
10am Wild West Parade
11am Brat Feed and Antique Tractor Show @ VFW Post 3134
11am Brat Feed @ Angeli Foods
Noon Team Penning @ Upper Arena
Noon Arena Gates Open
Pre-performance entertainment-Pink Ribbon Rebels
Pre-performance entertaintment by Cowgirl Sweethearts (trick riders)
2pm PRCA Rodeo Performance at rodeo arena
5pm Arena gates open
Pre-performance entertainment-Pink Ribbon Rebels
Pre-performance entertaintment by Cowgirl Sweethearts (trick riders)
6:30pm Crowning of 2017 Miss U.P. Rodeo and U.P. Rodeo Princess at rodeo arena
7pm PRCA Rodeo Performance at rodeo arena
Wear pink in support of “Tough Enough to Wear Pink”
After Performance concert Next Myle @ Upper Grounds
* Check back for new events & updates as schedule is subject to change.
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Friday, July 14
8am  Queen & Princess horsemanship at Rodeo arena
8-11am  Crystal Farms Breakfast @ Angeli Foods
9am-3pm   Market Days – downtown Iron River (application available on General Information page)
9am-3pm  Friends of the Library Book & Bake Sale – West Iron District Library
11am  Queen & Princess modeling and questions @ Market Days
1-5pm  Family Fun @ Upper grounds
5pm  Arena gates open
Pre-performance entertainment-Pink Ribbon Rebels at rodeo arena
Pre-performance entertaintment by Cowgirl Sweethearts (trick riders)
7pm PRCA Rodeo Performance at rodeo arena
Wear purple in support of “Man-Up Crusade”
 

Saturday, July 15
8am  Windsor Rodeo Run
8-11:30am Pancake Breakfast @ Iron River Senior Center
10am  Wild West Parade
11am  Brat Feed and Antique Tractor Show  @ VFW Post 3134
11am  Brat Feed @ Angeli Foods
Noon  Team Penning @ Upper Arena
Noon  Arena Gates Open
Pre-performance entertainment-Pink Ribbon Rebels
Pre-performance entertaintment by Cowgirl Sweethearts (trick riders)
2pm  PRCA Rodeo Performance at rodeo arena
5pm  Arena gates open
Pre-performance entertainment-Pink Ribbon Rebels
Pre-performance entertaintment by Cowgirl Sweethearts (trick riders)
6:30pm  Crowning of 2017 Miss U.P. Rodeo and U.P. Rodeo Princess at rodeo arena
7pm  PRCA Rodeo Performance at rodeo arena
Wear pink in support of “Tough Enough to Wear Pink”
After Performance  concert Next Myle @ Upper Grounds
* Check back for new events & updates as schedule is subject to change.

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Friday June 23rd, 2017 - 12:41 pm

Ski Brule

Stay at #skibrule #906summer this weekend. Only $75/nite.

Farmer’s Market The Farmer’s Market is up and running in the KFC parking lot. Enjoy fresh, homegrown vegetables and much more. Stop by the stand on Wednesdays in Iron River from 2p-5:30p. They’ve also expanded their reach to Crystal Falls. Stop by Charlie’s Emporium in Crystal Falls on Mondays, from 2p-5:30p for the Farmer’s Market.

River Fest The Iron County Watershed Coalition is hosting a free day of family fun, education and entertainment! Celebrate the wonderful waterways we enjoy in Iron County on June 24th from 1p-6p at River Fest, featuring vendor booths of crafts and food, boat washing & fly fishing demonstration, a trained owl, live music, face painting & more!
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Stay at #skibrule #906summer this weekend. Only $75/nite. 

Farmer’s Market The Farmer’s Market is up and running in the KFC parking lot. Enjoy fresh, homegrown vegetables and much more. Stop by the stand on Wednesdays in Iron River from 2p-5:30p. They’ve also expanded their reach to Crystal Falls. Stop by Charlie’s Emporium in Crystal Falls on Mondays, from 2p-5:30p for the Farmer’s Market.
 
River Fest The Iron County Watershed Coalition is hosting a free day of family fun, education and entertainment! Celebrate the wonderful waterways we enjoy in Iron County on June 24th from 1p-6p at River Fest, featuring vendor booths of crafts and food, boat washing & fly fishing demonstration, a trained owl, live music, face painting & more!

Thursday June 22nd, 2017 - 9:08 am

Ski Brule

So many reasons to visit #906 #skibrule

Detroit Free Press
Have friends or family who know nothing about Michigan's Upper Peninsula? Allow us to be their guide.
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Serafico M Adrian

More than 300 inches...

Besides the fact it should be part of Wisconsin. Love your hill Ski Brule! 😊

Jessica

Wednesday June 21st, 2017 - 1:19 pm

Ski Brule

RELAY FOR LIFE RETURNS JUNE 24

IRON RIVER—With two successful Relay for Life events behind them, organizers of the Iron County event are heading into their third Relay with continuing enthusiasm and purpose.
This year’s event will be held on Saturday, June 24, at Nelson Field, beginning at noon before concluding at midnight. The opening ceremony will begin at 12:30 p.m., while the survivors’ ceremony starts at 3. Vicki West is the survivor speaker, and Emily Hendricks will be the caregiver speaker.
“We want to make sure to give a very special invitation to cancer survivors and even someone going through it right now, going through treatments,” committee organizer Chris Shamion said. “It’s our desire to celebrate cancer survivors and to encourage those people who might be struggling right now, along with thinking about those who are dear and precious to us that are not survivors.”
The Relay for Life is the American Cancer Society’s signature fundraiser. Cancer survivors, their friends, family and caregivers as well as the general public are invited to walk around the track at Nelson Field in awareness of those who have suffered with the disease in the past and present and to support efforts to find a cure.
Relay for Life started in 1985 to raise money and awareness for cancer research. According to the American Cancer Society, more than 3,500 Relay for Life events are held around the country each year. Funds raised through Relay events go the American Cancer Society to support its programs to help cancer patients and their caregivers.
This year’s event in Iron County will include live music
by local group Kyndrid Acoustics, beginning at 3:30. The lighting of the Luminaries—to remember those lost to cancer, as well as to celebrate survivors and to show those affected that they do not stand alone—will begin at dusk, around 9 p.m.
“That luminary walk is a very special time,” Shamion said.
The Iron County Relay for Life was organized in 2015 through the efforts of several community residents whose lives have been affected by the disease. Teams of friends, family and co-workers join to raise money leading up to the event and then have a “campsite” or “booth” at the event, where they also raise money with games or by selling food or crafts.
There will also be concessions throughout the day. Additionally, the event will feature a bouncy house and a dunk tank, along with games and face-painting.
New this year will be a grill-off, running from noon to 3 p.m., with several local grill enthusiasts participating.
Also this year, a quilt and a framed cancer ribbon cross-stitch will be raffled off. Any survivor who registers at the Survivors’ Tent is eligible to enter the drawing for these items.
Anyone interested in showing their support is reminded that they can attend and then come back if they desire to leave for a time.
“You can come and go,” Shamion said. “And it is not competitive. You do not have to run, as ‘relay’ sometimes indicates running. Come and walk the field and join with others in celebration of something positive you can offer.”
There will also be seven fun-themed laps including: a decorated bra lap for breast cancer awareness, a hat lap, a wear-orange lap, a dress-like-a-Yooper lap, a birthday hap, a polka lap and a light-it-up lap.
Shamion said that community response has remained strong.
“The response has been heartwarming. (And) we have been absolutely delighted by the number of businesses that have wanted to participate.”
Anyone interested in participating can find more information on the Relay for Life Iron County Facebook page or sign up at relayforlife.com or by calling Shamion at 906-367-9305, Ginger Davis at 906-284-9425, or Kristen Burrell at 269-967-8052.
“It’s just all going to be a good time,” Shamion said.

Relay For LifeJun 24, 8:00amNelson FieldWhy Join Relay For Life?
1 in 3 women and 1 in 2 men in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. One of those people could be you or someone you love. That's why we Relay. When you join a Relay For Life event, you're helping the American Cancer Society fund groundbreaking research, crucial patient care programs, and education and prevention information. When you Relay, you help save lives.
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