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Visitor's Choice Award from 2008-2014

Ski Brule, a premier Ski Resort in Michigan was voted the Visitor’s Choice Best Overall Resort in the Midwest in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013 and 2014, including all Wisconsin and Michigan ski resorts.

Ski Brule was awarded the ‘Visitor’s Choice Award’ in 2014.  Guests ranked Ski Brule in five categories at  family, park & pipe, all mountain terrain, nightlife and overall excellence.  The user generated Visitor’s Choice Award represents the collective excellence opinion of our guests and how well Ski Brule snowboard and ski resort delivered the expected experience.

Plan your getaway at your favorite Michigan ski resort and experience why Ski Brule is the #1 Best Overall Snowboard & Ski Resort in the Midwest.  Ski Brule is proud to deliver affordable, family fun with the best guest service anywhere!

Lac Vieux Desert Casino“I have especially loved the customer orientated atmosphere at Ski Brule and the wide variety of terrain.  Brule has some of the best early and late season snow in the Midwest, has been known to open as early as Halloween, and rarely closes before mid-April.  I found Brule to be very family and kid orientated with excellent accommodations within a short walk of the slopes.  I highly recommend it to others as I’ve had so many positive experiences with Ski Brule at various times over the years.” ~Steve, Chicago, IL

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July 1 2015
4th Of July Celebrations

The Fourth of July is being celebrated this Saturday. In Iron County, the nation’s birthday will be celebrated with special festivities in Iron River, Alpha and Amasa. Iron River The Fourth of July parade steps off at 10 a.m. from the West Iron County High School parking lot, featuring a flyover by World War II airplanes. Registration starts at the high school at 8 a.m. The route is north on Washington Avenue to Genesee Street, then west on Genesee to Seventh Avenue, where it will disband. World War II, Korean and Vietnam veterans are asked to report to the staging area by 9:30 to ride on their designated floats. Categories are as follows: adult organizations, non-profit organizations, municipalities (fire departments, towns, chambers), commercial-industrial, youth organizations, horses (individuals and groups), non-motorized decorated bikes (boys, girls and adults), farm tractors and classic/antique vehicles. Prizes will be awarded after the parade, with $50, $30 and $20 for each category except the bikes, which have prizes of $10, $8 and $6. The reviewing stand will be along Genesee Street. The West Side Veterans Council, which organizes the events, thanks all individuals and businesses for their continued support of its community programs. After the parade, the West Iron County Fire Department will host children’s races outside the fire hall on Ninth Avenue, a few blocks north of U.S. 2. The firemen will also give out ice cream bars. As daylight fades away, crowds will gather for the annual fireworks display, which starts at about 10 p.m. The West Iron County firemen launch the fireworks from the north end of Stambaugh Airport, and there are plenty of great places to enjoy the show. The West Side Veterans Council pays for the fireworks show. Because of rising costs for fireworks and insurance, the council needs donations from the public to keep the tradition going. Alpha At 9 a.m., a flag-raising ceremony at the Village Hall starts the Fourth of July program. The Alpha-Mastodon Fire Department, Crystal Falls VFW Post and the Forest Park High School Marching Band will all be taking part. The parade starts at 9:30, and all children taking part will win a cash prize. Top prizes go to the best trimmed bikes and best costumes. After the parade, free ice cream cones and Crackerjack are available to everyone, and concessions will be available at the big yellow tent. Brats, hot dogs, soda and beer will all be available. Events will be taking place near the Village Hall all day. A coin scramble is scheduled at 11 a.m., followed by kids races at 1 p.m. (wheelbarrow, sack, three-legged and egg races), and an egg toss for those 12 and over at 3:30. Cash prizes go to the winners. Musical entertainment is also part of the day’s fun. At the Alpha Community-Senior Center, a pasty sale, pie social and red, white and blue shortcake will all be taking place startin

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