The event will feature guest speaker Charlie Dewitt of the Muskegon Nature Club. Dewitt will talk about the history and ecology of Little Black Lake, while showing the many photographs he has taken through the seasons.
“His outstanding nature photography is a must-see for anyone who appreciates the beauty of our parks and natural areas,” said Elizabeth Brockwell-Tillman, director of the Gillette Visitor Center and park interpreter.
The 45-minute photo presentation will be followed by coffee and desserts.
For more information, call the Visitor Center at 231-798-3573.