From: St. Ignace Visitors Bureau
7/3/2015 - 8/21/2015
6 Spring St., Suite 100
Saint Ignace, MI 49781
This fun-filled evening will have something for everyone! As you stroll along the streets in downtown St. Ignace on a Friday night in July and August, you will see a variety of activities to watch and/or participate in. The Museum of Ojibwa Culture will have a historic walking tour and Native American drumming and singing. They play drums and sing songs in the Ojibwe language. Guests will be invited to participate with rattles and sticks during the performance of the songs. In addition, the Museum will offer children's crafts from 6:30-7:30pm. The art activity will be new each week. The Museum will remain open until 9:30pm. Walking tours will set out at 7:30pm after the drumming concludes and follow the Huron Boardwalk south to Fort de Buade Museum. The Michilimackinac Historical Society presents Fort de Buade Museum & Galleries, featuring rare historic artifacts and unique art collections.