- Friday, June 02, 2017 at 09:00 AM – June 04, 2017
- SKEET & TRAP TERRITORIALS (MUZZLE LOADING) in Hopkins, MI
REGISTRATION PLUS BIRD COST. ALSO WILL BE RE-ENTRY MATCHES WITH COMPONENTS AS PRIZES. AN EVENT FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY
- Saturday, June 03, 2017 at 08:00 AM
- Pigeon River Country State Forest in Johannesburg, MI
On Saturday, June 3rd at 8am, we will be meeting at Johnson's Crossing Camp area in the Pigeon River Country State Forest to kickoff our annual habitat project with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF). We will be restoring a nearby site by removing debris from the demolition of outbuildings at the site. This will restore the area to improve wildlife habitat for the areas elk, whitetail deer, black bear, turkey, and small game. Please see details below and RSVP to volunteer for elk habitat!
Project Date: Saturday- June 3, 2017
Project Location: Pigeon River Country State Forest
Camp Site Area: Johnson’s Crossing
Friday (optional): Meet and greet around the campre at Johnson's Crossing Camp area.
Saturday-Project Day: 8:00AM group breakfast and meeting location at Johnson's Crossing Camp area, site work to start at 9:00AM; lunch in the field provided by MUCC; then (optional) evening dinner to follow at Johnson's Crossing Camp area-bring a dish to pass.
Contact: State Chair, Dan Johnson to reserve a campsite, coordinate meals,
and for directions- (989) 312-2315 or email@example.com
- Saturday, June 03, 2017 at 12:00 PM – June 05, 2017
- CLUB SHOOT SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, MEETING 2:30 PM SUNDAY in Hopkins, MI
SHOTGUN TRAP AND SKEET SATURDAY AND SUNDAY. JUST PAY FOR THE ROUND
SATURDAY PRIMITIVE BOW IN THE MORNING AND AIR RIFLE IN THE AFTERNOON
SUNDAY WOODS WALK IN THE MORNING AND LINE AT NOON
SUNDAY AT 2:30 PM MEETING
ALL ARE WELCOME, YOU NEED NOT BE A MEMBER
- Saturday, June 17, 2017 at 09:00 AM
- MODERN SPORTING CLAYS in Hopkins, MI $15.00 USD
50 BIRD COURSE OF SPORTING CLAY'S. START IN THE WOODS DOWN ACROSS THE 3 TRAP FIELD, 5 STAND, SKEET RANGE AND INTO THE WOODS. THERE IS A CHANGED IN THE COURSE EVERY MONTH. THE APPROXIMATE LENGTH OF THE COURSE IS 200 YARDS.
THERE IS PLENTY OF PARKING IN THE AREA.
GO WEST OF DORR TO 26TH STREET AND SOUTH ABOUT 3 1/2 MILES OR WEST OF WAYLAND TO 26TH STREET AND NORTH ABOUT 1/2 MILE
- Saturday, June 24, 2017 at 09:00 AM – June 26, 2017
- SOCIAL TRAP AND SKEET FOR MUZZLE LOADING SHOTGUNS in Hopkins, MI
This is a social event for the entire family for those that would like to know or get involved in muzzle loading skeet and trap.. Lunch will be available at no charge.
We will have members available for those that need instructions on shooting muzzle loaders.
Shoot a round of 10 bird trap for $2.00 and/or a round of 16 bird single skeet for $3.00
- Saturday, July 01, 2017 at 09:00 AM – July 03, 2017
- CLUB SHOOT ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, MEETING at 2:30 SUNDAY in Hopkins, MI
MUZZLE LOADING SKEET AND TRAP SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, JUST PAY FOR THE ROUND
SATURDAY PRIMITIVE BOW IN THE MORNING, AIR RIFLE IN THE AFTERNOON
SUNDAY WOODS WALK IN THE MORNING AND RIFLE ON THE LINE AT NOON
MEETING TO FOLLOW AT 2:30
ALL ARE WELCOMED
After 15 wonderful years here at the Cranbrook Institute for Science (CIS), the Organization for Bat Conservation is preparing to expand to a larger headquarters in Pontiac! CIS has been an invaluable partner and ally over the years, and has been tremendously supportive of our mission to save bats and educate young audiences across the nation. Now, on the year of OBC’s 20th Anniversary, we’re ready to make the leap to a new space, with lots more room for our animals and our mission!
You may be asking "why is OBC is moving?" Growth isn’t the only reason why we’re moving: Organization for Bat Conservation is pleased to announce that we will be seeking to implement a new Urban Bat Project, which will work to connect urban populations, bats, and conservation in unique and creative ways. Pontiac provides the perfect base to accomplish our goals.
With all of that said, we are happy to announce the details of the grand opening of the Bat Zone at our new location! Our doors will open for the first time from 10am to 5pm on July 1st, experience a fun-filled day at the Bat Zone, and hang out with more than 200 animals! For a $7 admission (free under 2 years) we will give you a behind-the-scenes tour with a trained education specialist to experience bats in flight, flying squirrels, owls, a two-toed sloth and skunks! You will also have the opportunity to see the largest species of bat in the world and meet a colony of Vampire bats. To top it all off, Batman himself will be there to take part in all of the bat fun!
We hope to see you at our bat-tasctic grand opening!
On Saturday, July 8th at 9am, we will be meeting at the High Bridge access lot on the Manistee River for the 3rd Annual Manistee River clean-up day. This project is partnered with Roger Hinchcliff of Steelhead Manifesto along with members of the Metro west Steelheaders and local volunteers. In previous years, we have removed over 400lbs of trash and debris each year at this event.
Lunch, water, work gloves, and trash bags will be provided by MUCC for all volunteers. There will also be free raffle items provided by local guide shops and sponsors! This is a popular river for anglers to catch steelhead, brown trout, and coho salmon. Please RSVP below to join us for a day to help keep it clean!
- Saturday, July 08, 2017 at 09:00 AM – July 14, 2017
- MIDWEST RENDEZVOUS INC AT GRAND VALLEY CAP N BALLERS in Hopkins, MI $5.00 USD
STEP BACK IN TIME ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY FIVE YEARS, SEE HOW THE AMERICAN LIVED. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE RENDEZVOUS, GIVE DENNIS PRIDDY A CALL 517-852-0939
THE PUBLIC IS WELCOMED FROM 9 - 5 SATURDAY JULY 8 THRU FRIDAY JULY 14, 2017 FOR JUST $5.00
FOR MORE INFORMATION YOU CAN GO TO MidwestRendezvousInc.com
This is a very educational Rendezvous and a must see for all
- Saturday, July 15, 2017 at 09:00 AM
- SPORTING CLAYS in Hopkins, MI $15.00 USD
50 BIRD COURSE $15.00. START IN THE WOODS DOWN ACROSS THE 3 TRAP FIELDS AND SKEET RANGE AND FINISH UP IN THE WOODS. LENTH OF THE COURSE APPROX 200 YARDS