Bulletin Board

Talk on memory, brain function set

MARQUETTE — At 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dr. Bonnie Cronin will present a talk on Memory and Brain Care as part of the library’s Your Mind Matters series in the Peter White Public Library’s Heritage Room on the upper level.

With extensive training in clinical nutrition, botanical medicine, homeopathy, physical medicine, and acupuncture, Cronin can help by focusing on finding the underlying cause of health concerns rather than just focusing on symptom management, according to a release from the library. By examining the body as a whole, Cronin can make recommendations that can bring the systems of the body back into balance, thus helping to take care of brain and memory.

Cronin’s interest in natural medicine started at Northern Michigan University where she received her bachelor’s degree in biology. While there, she joined a homeopathy study group started by good friend and life mentor, Vicki Lockwood. Currently she has a private practice, North Shore Naturopathic and Acupuncture.

Cronin completed her doctorate in Naturopathic Medicine and masters in Acupuncture at Bastyr University in Washington, the leading accredited university for science-based natural medicine. After medical school, she completed a residence in General Family Practice at Clifton Springs Hospital and Clinic in Clifton Springs, New York.

Bring questions for Dr. Cronin about how naturopathic medicine can benefit a person. There is no admission charge to attend. For more information, visit the library’s website at www.pwpl.info or call 906-226-4318.

Klava Klub to meet

MARQUETTE — At 6:30 pm. Wednesday, the Peter White Public Library will host a meeting of its science fiction book group, Klava Klub, at The Crib, located at 401 N. Third St., Marquette.

For this meeting, the group will Sheri S. Tepper’s dystopian novel “The Gate to Women’s Country.” In an effort to prevent war, women have separated themselves from men, living in Women’s Country. The only men allowed are young boys and non-violent men. All other men are confined to military garrisons where they can become warriors.

Come to The Crib, grab a cuppa and discuss sci-fi novels old and new. There is no admission charge to attend.

For more information, visit www.pwpl.info or call 226-4318.

Mental health rally in Marquette

MARQUETTE — On Thursday, Pathways Community Mental Health will present the third annual Marquette County “Walk a Mile in My Shoes” rally designed to increase awareness of the stigma associated with requesting help with mental illness as well as intellectual and developmental disabilities.

This family friendly event will be held at the Marquette Commons at 112 S. Third St., Marquette from 1-4 p.m.

Registration will take place between 1 and 1:30 p.m. The event will feature live entertainment, informational booths, community speakers and free healthy snacks. The one-mile walk will begin at 2:30 p.m.

Creating a community where individuals feel safe and free to seek help to manage mental illness, intellectual and developmental disabilities is important. Pathways is helping to stamp out stigma one step at a time.

For more information, visit: https://pathwaysup.org/walk-a-mile-2019/

Tree planting at Park Cemetery

MARQUETTE — At 11 a.m. Friday, there will be tree planting at Park Cemetery, by the fit strip, in honor of Arbor Day and the volunteers who create and maintain 12 demonstration flower gardens sites in Park Cemetery.

The volunteers are primarily MSU extension Master Gardeners.

These volunteers and others have created and maintained the flower gardens for 25 years with the cooperation of the cemetery sexton and staff. The gardens are enjoyed by many community residents and by the deer, birds and butterflies.

The current volunteers include Jeannette Hauver, Sally Emig, Carol Kielpinski, Marci Niemi, Ron Rossway and Patti Spengler. The volunteers are happy to answer gardening questions when approached at Park Cemetery.

The trees being planted are Amelanchier, otherwise known as service or June berries. There are white flowers in spring. The berries, later in summer, are enjoyed by birds and people. Everyone is welcome to visit the demonstration gardens throughout the season, as the gardens change depending on the month.

If anyone would like Information about the gardens, contact Jeannette Hauver at jkhauver@gmail.com.

Suicide prevention event planned

MUNISING — Pizza with a Purpose’s third annual fundraiser is planned from noon to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday at Pictured Rocks Pizza, 106 Birch St., Munising.

Proceeds from this fundraiser go toward suicide prevention efforts in Alger County which include sustaining the Alger County school social worker, community and school trainings/presentations, and materials disbursed in the schools and community.

Tickets are available for pre-purchase or at the door. $10/ticket for 11-inch two-topping wood fired pizza.

Pre-purchase at Alger Parks and Recreation 387-5636, Communities That Care 202-2197, Deb Fulcher 202-0561, Bobbi Ayotte 387-2297

This event is a collaboration between the Alger County Communities That Care and Pictured Rocks Pizza.

For more information visit the Facebook page: Alger County Communities That Care.,

Dinner theater coming up in Curtis

CURTIS — The Erickson Center for the Arts in Curtis presents a Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre “Murder on Maui” at 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at Chamberlin’s Ole Forest Inn in Curtis.

Tickets are $50 each and include a four-course meal and non-alcoholic beverages.

Go to MyNorthTickets or call 906-586-9974.

For more information, visit ericksoncenter.org