33rd Annual Great Lakes Shipwreck Festival

. January 21, 2014.
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Learn about the ancient shores of the Great Lakes and the very deep and mysterious history hidden below the current. The Ford Seahorse Scuba Dive Club, in conjunction with the Detroit Historical Society’s Dossin Maritime Group and the Dossin Great Lakes Museum, are proud to present the Great Lakes Shipwreck festival, which will feature entertaining presentations, book signings and exhibits from local maritime artists. Woman Diver’s Hall of Fame inductee, Valerie van Heest, will share her two new Lake Michigan presentations. David Trotter, whose team found a very historically significant shipwreck in 2013, will present as well. The day will also include diver related information, such as shipwreck travel destinations and equipment representatives, as well as underwater parks and local diving hot spots.For a complete schedule, visit website.

9am-5pm. $25. Washtenaw Community College: Morris Lawrence Building, 4800 E. Huron River Dr.
734-459-8476. shipwreckfestival.us

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