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Fall 2011 Consortium Meeting in Florence

The Northland Historical Consortium will convene its Fall 2011 meeting on Saturday, October 8, in Florence, Wisconsin. The public is invited to attend, regardless of their affiliation with a heritage organization and the program will begin at 9:00 a.m. eastern time.

The meeting will look at promotion and marketing for small heritage agencies. In addition to presentations and a panel discussion, attendees are encouraged to bring questions and examples of promotional tools that have worked for their museum or historical society. A copy of the program is available here: ConsortiumProgram. The day will be rounded out with tours of the Florence County Historical Museum and several historic structures restored in the area. A luncheon is included in the $15 registration fee.

Following lunch, historical organizations will have an opportunity to report on their recent activities and to discuss the Consortium’s work to highlight heritage activity in the region. 

The Northland Consortium is an informal association of local historical societies, archives and historians in Northeastern Wisconsin and Michigan’s Central and Western Upper Peninsula.  A $15 event registration fee will include all presentations, tours, refreshments and the luncheon. 

For further information on the event, or to register to attend, contact Debbie DeMuri 715-528-3597 or via e-mail at dkd@borderlandnet.net

The Michigan Tech Archives serves as coordinating organization for the Northland Historical Consortium.

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