Balsam Moon Preserve in Pine River to host annual bonfire event Feb. 25

Snowshoeing, show sculptures and more will entertain participants

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The annual bonfire at Balsam Moon Preserve in Pine River will take place Saturday, Feb. 25, 2023.
Contributed / Balsam Moon Preserve

PINE RIVER — The annual bonfire gathering at Balsam Moon Preserve west of Pine River is open to all ages from 3-6 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 25.

This is a time for winter fun in community with others in a peaceful setting. Participants are welcome to bring their snowshoes to hike the trails.

Others can make a snow sculpture on site for fun, peak in the Deep Winter Greenhouse for growing greens and join for munchies from 5-6 p.m.

Balsam Moon Preserve is located at 3148 Bungo Creek Lane SW, Pine River (6 miles west of Pine River out Highway 2 and 5 miles south on County Road 25).

Dress warmly. Visitors should bring a thermos for warm beverages and snowshoes if they wish.


Register by phone at 218-587-3808. Carpooling is encouraged.

Balsam Moon Preserve is a nonprofit organization sharing an alternative, sustainable, spiritual place of peace, honoring the earth and all living things.

More information about Balsam Moon Preserve is available at , on Facebook, by emailing or calling 218-587-3808.

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