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Future Historians

July 30, 2014
Times Vary - call Fort Wilkins for times - 906-289-4215

The Michigan Historical Center has Future Historians portray actual girls and boys that lived in Fort Wilkins. They perform daily chores, play historic games and talk to visitors about life at this remote outpost.

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Keweenaw Heritage Sites
25970 Red Jacket Road
Calumet, Michigan 49913



Calumet Theatre
The Calumet Theatre is the oldest municipally-built and owned opera house in the country. Since its opening in 1900, at the peak of the copper boom, it has operated continuously in one form or another. Initially offering the biggest names in entertainment, it became a movie house in the early days of movies then transitioned through years as a community theater and, finally, a venue for professional artistic performances.

Substantially restored, the Calumet Theatre offers guided and self tours of the historic building as well as performances by local, regional and nationally known artists. Visitors can walk the same stage trod by Sarah Bernhardt, Douglas Fairbanks Sr., John Philip Sousa and many other big names from 1900. They can see the old dressing rooms and experience the architecture from an era when acoustics were designed in rather than added on.
Calumet Theatre
340 Sixth Street
Calumet, MI 49913
(906) 337-2610

Visit us at:

June T-F 12-5
July & Aug M-S 12-5

Admission Fees:
Tours (adult/kids):
Self: $4/$2, Guided $6/$3 
Events: variable

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