Calumet, Michigan is now twinned with Camborne, Cornwall, UK. Check us our or our facebook page with the link below.
NEXT MEETING is at The Hut restaurant in Mohawk, MI at 6:00 on Thursday May 11th.
The May meeting will have a report from Dave Geisler on his trip to our twin city, Camborne, Cornwall and The World Heritage Site.
Furture meetings are June 8th at the Keweenaw Heritage Center,
Mark Hoskin will present "Stained Glass-Cornish Flag".
Then July 30 will be our Central Tea event during the annual Central Mine Reunion held at the church in Central, Michigan, north of Calumet.
The Keweenaw Kernewek
is a group formed in 1992 to preserve the history of the Cornish settlers in the "Keweenaw" (Once called the Copper Country) of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Additional history and an introduction to our group can be found in the selections below. Anyone who has an interest in the history of the Cornish in the are are welcome to join our group.
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PROJECTS and INFORMATION
This page was modified on March, 3,2017
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