The Wolfgang Exhibit is wonderful! If you plan to be on the island between now and July 14, please don’t miss the opportunity to go by and spend some quality time enjoying the work of this masterful artist. While there, take the time to tour the entire museum, which is filled with everything from Native American baskets to modern-day paintings of the island by residents. The historical treasures of the Mackinac State Historic Park’s collection are also showcased within the walls of the museum, originally constructed as an Indian dormitory in 1838. A few years later the building became the public school for the island and remained so for over 100 years. From 1966-2002, the building was open to the public and displayed historic Mackinac State Parks artifacts. The Richard & Jane Manoogian Mackinac Art Museum opened its doors last summer in the completely renovated building, and we are so excited to have this new attraction on the island.
See you Friday morning with all the happenings of this week!