The traffic today shows that the weather isn’t keeping people from coming Up North to enjoy the Labor Day weekend. All of us who live here know to expect a cool down this time of year and aren’t surprised when we have to don socks and closed toe shoes. It’s just a part of the territory! But if you’re feeling that the weather is keeping you from enjoying the usual lakeshore and outdoor activities, I have a couple of ideas that might broaden the umbrella of choices.
In Siren’s Crooked Lake Park, the Siren Lions Club is sponsoring its annual Labor Day Garage Sale, running Friday through Sunday. It’s always popular, so plan to slow down and be patient with the traffic. It’s a holidayweekend, so shift yourself into low gear while you sift through potential treasures. It’s a great way to test your creativity!
Speaking of creativity, the 34th Annual Voyager Village Arts and Crafts Sale will be running Saturday and Sunday from 9am – 4pm. I know many people who drive here just to attend this wonderful outdoor event. Buy a brownie and browse the many talented artists who come to share their wares. You’ll find the whole spectrum of items at this sale and will likely come home with a few things that scratch your itch.
If all that shopping doesn’t do it for you, stop by Century 21 to see the wide range of great properties we have for sale. Fall is a fantastic time to look for your dream retreat and we’d love to show you what’s available. We’re open from 9am – 5pm on Saturday and 10am – 4pm on Sunday. Drive careful out there, eat your brats and potato salad and give a few cheers to the Summer of 2010!