Bemidji: Shipwrecks of the Great Lakes
October 29 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Shipwrecks of the Great Lakes
Did you know that Lake Superior is home to at least five hundred and fifty shipwrecks, with over one hundred lying in Minnesota waters? Join the Bemidji Public Library, Saturday, October 29th at 3:00 p.m. as we learn about the wrecks of the Bradley, Morrell, and Cedarville, as well as the most well known wreck in Superior, the Edmund Fitzgerald, with Dick Roue, former editor of The Thirteen Towns newspaper. Join us at the library for this free presentation at three p.m., October 29, 2022, at 509 America, Bemidji.
Dick Roue, of Fosston Minnesota is a retired newspaper editor, police officer, and deputy sheriff from Polk County. A life-long learner, storyteller, and bibliophile, Dick Roue has been telling stories and sharing history throughout northern Minnesota for over fifty years. Join us Saturday, October, 29 at three p.m. for this informative look at the exciting maritime history of Minnesota.
The Bemidji Public Library is committed to providing the community with informational resources to enrich their lives. The library is open from 9/7 Monday through Thursday and 9/5 Friday and Saturday and provides a wide range of services to its patrons including WIFI, fax, printing, copying and our legal kiosk. This program, and many others, is made possible through the Minnesota Legacy Amendment that supports the arts, culture, and heritage of Minnesota.