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Northern Michigan artist/musician Patrick Harrison, a.k.a. the Lord of the Gourd, is a self-described agri-artist. He has been traveling the state of Michigan for over 15 years doing carving demonstrations and performing music. He has made 32 television appearances and has been featured in newspapers, magazines, and on the radio. Harrison got his start at his family’s motel, where he would help his mother decorate the lobby every Halloween. One night while trying to carve a pumpkin his knife slipped and he cut a huge gouge out of the pumpkin. As he tried to fix the gouge, he saw a face in the pumpkin, started sculpting, and a new career was born. He travels the state carving fruit and melons in the spring and summer, but his favorite time of year is the fall when he switches over to pumpkins and squash. In a two-month period, he carves over 400 pumpkins. The Lord of the Gourd’s program is very casual. He allows the audience to approach his table at their own leisure in order to see up close what he does and have their questions answered on a one-on-one basis. Harrison is happy to share everything he has learned over the years in the hopes of teaching his audience that there’s more than one way to carve a jack o’lantern. All it takes are some sharp tools and a little imagination. For the past four years, the Lord of the Gourd has dazzled attendees at Bayliss Library with his pumpkin and squash carvings.
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Watershed Condition Status - Flood Outlook The Sault Ste. Marie Region Conservation Authority would like to issue a watershed conditions statement to residents in regard to current watershed conditions. Rain at times heavy will begin later tonight, through Saturday and into Sunday. General rainfall amounts of 25 to 30 mm are expected from this event. There is currently a tropical storm in the Gulf of Mexico and its proposed track may result in the development of thunderstorms and further rainfall amounts of 25 - 50 mm for the Sault and area. The Ministry of Natural Resources weather forecasters are closely tracking the storm. Currently, local rivers, creeks and streams are flowing at normal levels. Continued rainfall and thunderstorm will cause levels and flows to rise across the watershed. There may be localized flooding in areas with poor drainage and areas where leaves and debris have accumulated on lawns and roadways. The flood control channels owned and maintained by the Sault Ste. Marie Region Conservation Authority are currently flowing at normal levels. The flood control channels will experience a rise in water levels. It is important to remember that the water in rivers, streams and the channels will be fast flowing during and after the rainfall events. The Sault Ste. Marie Region Conservation Authority will continue to closely monitor stream flows across the watershed.http://saultstemarie.ca/Newsroom/October-2017/Watershed-Condition-Status-Flood-Outlook.aspx?feed=news
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