• The Last Good Country: Walloon Lake an Ernest Hemingway Occassion

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    Name: The Last Good Country: Walloon Lake an Ernest Hemingway Occassion
    Date: April 28, 2017 - April 30, 2017
    Event Description:
    The Last Good Country: Walloon Lake, An Ernest Hemingway Occasion presented by Hotel Walloon. Friday, April 28th, 2017 starts the beginning of this year’s second annual event. This three day event package begins with a meet-n-greet with Valerie Hemingway, who was Ernest’s personal assistant and daughter-in-law. The Friday night event will feature Hemingway inspired drinks and hors d’oeuvres compliments of the Walloon Lake Inn. Saturday, April 29th, 2017 will include a guided tour of Horton Bay and a boat tour of Walloon Lake that visits some of Hemingway’s favorite haunts. In the evening guests will enjoy a “Nick Adam’s” Feast at the Walloon Lake Inn accompanied by tales of Hemingway as seen through the eyes of his personal assistant. Sunday wraps up the weekend long Hemingway celebration with the “Sun Also Rises” breakfast at Barrel Back and a fly fishing demonstration by Brian Kozmiski to honor the opening of trout season in northern Michigan, a favorite past time of Ernest Hemingway. Come experience the area that Hemingway enjoyed as a young man and fondly referred to as “The Last Good Country” in his writing. For more information and to book your reservation please call (231) 535-5000.
    Location:
    The Village of Walloon Lake
    Date/Time Information:
    Friday, April 28th - Sunday, April 30th
    Contact Information:
    Front Desk @ 231.535.5000
    Fees/Admission:
    See hotelwalloon.com or call (231) 535-5000 as package rates vary based on room type.
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