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Here are the top ten articles for the Great Lakes Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!

1. Labor Day Weekend at Marshall County Blueberry Festival
Need something to do on Labor Day weekend? Try the four day Blueberry Festival at Plymouth, Indiana. There´s food, arts and crafts, sports, amusement rides, entertainment and fun.

2. Great Lakes Newsletter
The Great Lakes Newsletter will keep you up-to-date about new articles written in order to keep you informed about the history, activities, upcoming events, and happenings in the surounding Great Lakes states.

3. St. Paul Winter Carnival in Minnesota
Here is another winter outdoor event that offers a variety of activities. The St. Paul Winter Carnival in Minnesota includes a parade, sled dog races, ice sculptures, hockey games, ice skating, roller skating, music, art, and even hot chocolate!

4. The Elroy-Sparta Biking Trail in Wisconsin
The Elroy-Sparta Biking Trail is located in southern Wisconsin and will take bikers through three old railroad tunnels. The Kendall, Wilton, and Norwalk tunnels can be found in the middle of the 32-mile bike trail.

5. Great Lakes Seaway Trail Quilt Show
The Great Lakes Seaway Trail Quilt Show will have nearly 200 quilts on display in March of 2012. These quilts will replicate the War of 1812 era. Take your time and enjoy the works of creative quilters who have incorporated the history of that time period into their work.

6. The Great Lakes Circle Tour
The Great Lakes Circle Tour is a scenic route for travelers when they drive around the lakes. No matter which route you explore, there will be plenty of historical and natural sites to see and enjoy.

7. The Oshkosh Aircraft Show
Whether you are an aircraft enthusiast or simply want to look at a variety of airplanes, check out the Oshkosh Aircraft Show in Oshkosh, Wisconsin!

8. Fort Wayne Children's Zoo
The Fort Wayne Children's Zoo, located in Fort Wayne, Indiana is one of the top zoos in the country. It is a fun, beautiful, and educational place for families to spend the day together.

9. Chicago's Millennium Park
Chicago’s Millennium Park is a marvel of art and architecture, nature and entertainment contained within a 24.5-acre parcel of land.

10. Johnny Appleseed
Johnny Appleseed is an American legend known for spreading apple trees throughout the states of Indiana, Ohio and Illinois, but do you know the whole story behing this American icon?



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