CALUMET -- Local artist Mary Wright is organizing downtown sauna displays for FinnFest 2013. She will share her vision and ideas at 6 p.m. this Thursday, April 18, at Café Rosetta, 104 Fifth Street in downtown Calumet. All artists, craftspersons, sauna enthusiasts, local business owners and the general public are invited to attend this free presentation.
Artist Mary Wright visits the historic Keweenaw sauna in Hancock with, from left, House Democratic Leader Tim Greimel (D-Auburn Hills), State Representative Scott Dianda (D-Calumet), and former State Senator Mike Prusi on March 2 during a tour of the U.P. organized by Dianda for Greimel.* Wright will speak about her FinnFest 2013 sauna displays on Apr. 18 at Café Rosetta in Calumet. (Photo by Michigan House Democratic Staff. Reprinted with permission)
Ms. Wright has prepared a PowerPoint overview to outline and explain her concept and community approach to the project. She will discuss historic and traditional saunas, modern and contemporary sauna design and the use of recycled materials to construct saunas.
An example of recycled materials in sauna construction, "the door sauna," crafted by the Finlandia Lions Hockey team, is currently on display in front of the Finnish American Heritage Center in downtown Hancock.
For additional information or questions please contact Main Street Calumet at 906-337-6246 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Editor's Note: See our Apr. 4, 2013, article about this tour: "State House Democrats announce Michigan's Middle-Class Plan; House Democratic Leader visits UP."