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he heritage of the Ojibwe (or Anishinaabe) and Dakota (Sioux) figures strongly in Minnesota’s past and present. Throughout the state, you’ll find places to admire tribal artistry, learn about their histories and gain appreciation for their cultures through storytelling and music. Your attendees should have no trouble exploring their wild side in Minnesota with visits to the International Wolf Center and the North American Bear Center in Ely or the Vince Shute Wildlife Sanctuary near Orr and Wabasha’s National Eagle Center. Submit your state information to Editor@MidwestMeetings.com
MISSISSIPPI RIVER HEADWATERS
Imagine your attendees walking across the Mississippi River. It’s approximately three feet deep at its headwaters at Lake Itasca.
Take your meeting to the beautiful Lake Vermilion area in the famed Arrowhead Region.