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KWWF announces 2011-12 calendar winners

ROSCOMMON – The Kirtland’s Warbler Wildlife Festival committee is proud to announce the winners of the 2011-12 Young Artist Calendar contest. Students from at least nine different schools from around northern Michigan and the Bahamas earned “winners” status in this year’s contest, with fifth-grader Tyler Sealey of Emma E. Cooper Primary School on the … [Read more...]

KWWF plans tour of 2010 Meridian fire May 21

By Alyssa Thompson ROSCOMMON – Those participating in the newest tour at the 18th annual Kirtland’s Warbler Wildlife Festival on Saturday, May 21, on Kirtland Community College’s main campus near Roscommon will find an excellent learning experience, one that’s rising daily from the devastating 8,586-acre Meridian Boundary Fire of spring 2010. Festival … [Read more...]

‘Birdscaping’ focus of KWWF workshop May 20

ROSCOMMON – Learn how to increase the number and variety of birds in your yard by growing native plants offering natural habitat and a year-long smorgasbord of berries, nuts, and seeds, as author Mariette Nowak presents a workshop, “Birdscaping,” at the Kirtland’s Warbler Wildlife Festival’s Friday Workshop on Friday, May 20, on Kirtland Community College’s … [Read more...]

KWWF calendar contest deadline extended

ROSCOMMON – Area students and young artists will have a while longer to work on their drawings for the 2011-2012 Young Artist Calendar Contest sponsored by the Kirtland’s Warbler Wildlife Festival and Kirtland Community College, with festival organizers announcing the deadline has been extended to Thursday, May 12. The original deadline was May 2. But, … [Read more...]

KWWF calendar contest deadline set for May 2

ROSCOMMON – Area students might want to mark May 2 on their calendars. That’s the deadline for entries to be submitted for the 2011-2012 Young Artist Calendar Contest sponsored by the Kirtland’s Warbler Wildlife Festival and Kirtland Community College. The annual calendar contest is open to all students in grades K-8. Last year, contest officials received … [Read more...]