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Polar Explorer Lonnie Dupre to Offer Free Presentation at the Moorhead Library on January 28

Experience the adventure of polar travel with a dynamic multi-media presentation by Minnesota polar explorer and mountaineer Lonnie Dupre. Lonnie will share about life on the trail, teamwork, overcoming obstacles and his observations of climate change. Attendees will enjoy breathtaking images and videos, Arctic gear and more. This program is offered free-of-charge thanks in part to funding from the Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund. 

Saturday, January 28 at 2:00 PM at the Moorhead Public Library

Dupre, who lives in Grand Marais, Minnesota, has over 15,000 miles of Arctic expedition travel by dogsled, ski, and by kayak. While using non-motorized means of travel, he has led several major expeditions including: the Russian Far East, first west to east winter crossing of Canada’s Northwest Passage, first and only circumnavigation of Greenland’s 6500-mile coastline and two North Pole expeditions.

The Mahnomen Public Library will delay opening until noon on Friday, January 27 due to weather conditions in the area.
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