Historically Muskegon Lake and Lake Michigan have played a major role in Muskegon’s industry and economy, but just because lumbering ended over 100 years ago does not mean the lakes are no longer important!
Dr. Al Steinman of Grand Valley State University, Bob Lukens of the Muskegon County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Dave Alexander of Downtown Muskegon Now and Chuck Canestraight of Sand Products Corp. will share how their varied sectors are tied to one of Muskegon’s most valuable natural resources; water! Join us to discover how the lakes are playing an important role in Muskegon’s rebirth.
This is the last in a series of lectures bringing our Collection by Color exhibit to life with various social and science topics.
Free for Muskegon County residents and museum members. Just $3 for non-residents.
Reserve your seat by calling 722-0278 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.