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Mark your calendar know for the 2019 CMU Community Appreciation Party. As it does every year, CMU will host the party to celebrate the end of the season at the main lodge/cafeteria at CMUBS main campus on East Side Drive. A reception will begin at 5:30 pm with dinner at 6:00. You can count on the traditional pig roast with food and drink provided and no charge. All that and lots of other goodies with horseshoes, volleyball and memories of a fine summer on the station’s gorgeous Sand Bay beach. Be there or be square.
A fabulous featuring of arts, crafts and packaged goodies from Island and Island-related artisans! Everything from hand-thrown functional pottery to hand-blown glass beaded jewelry; fur, bone and leather accessories to watercolor prints and textile collectibles; precious metals and stone accessories to sweet-smelling candles and relaxation materials. You’ll find something for everyone–and everyone on your gift-list.
This perennial favorite is worth a trip to Beaver Island all by itself. You can see what the best professional and amateur chefs on the Island have to offer – sample a wide variety of treats. And you also get to enjoy unhurried island time after the rush of summer in our pleasant fall weather (usually a bit warmer than the mainland because of our big heat sink called Lake Michigan).