It isn’t often when you see much of MOMCC in their best attire. Well, the ladies always are, but rarely the men. There were period formal wear and modern tuxedos and beautiful dresses of all time periods for dinner last night. Often, the MOMCC dinner-dance has a theme for period clothing/costume contests and this year was no different, though there was no contest this time. Lovely dance music was provided by “The Wind’s Dance”.
Now some of us have recently experienced a tragic trend of their clothes somehow shrinking while hanging in closets or packed away in wardrobes and chests. It is strange how they can become uncomfortably tight in some places, so a certain blogger chose not to dress formally. Time for a new wardrobe, I guess!
Published by Rob Burg (aka Hiking Historian)
I have twenty years of professional experience in history and museums and this past year I decided it was time to take my life and career in a new direction. After fifteen years running the Hartwick Pines Logging Museum and a few other sites for the Michigan Historical Museum system, I have branched off on my own presenting programs and doing professional museum consulting.
I have the Northwoods and the Great Lakes in my blood and I enjoy all sorts of outdoor activities in this environment. I love the history of Northern Michigan and the Great Lakes region and through my writings I explore this history and the way of life of the North Country, including the food, the culture, and the environment. Come and explore the great northwoods with me.
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