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From leaping Labradors to making birch bark canoes, OUTDOORAMA attractions are uniquely appealing

NOVI, MICH— If you want to paint the “outdoors of Michigan,” you’ll need a broad brush. In addition to thousands of sportsmen and women who follow traditional hunting and fishing pursuits, the state is home to many others who cherish its abundant natural resources. From campers and canoeists to bird watchers and wild berry pickers, the Great Lake State has much to offer.

For four days each winter, the “outdoors” comes inside for Michigan’s best-known show: Outdoorama. This year’s dates are February 24 to 27. The location is Suburban Collection Showplace, 46100 Grand River Avenue in Novi.

The 38th Annual Outdoorama has it all: hunting gear, fishing tackle, new boats for family fun and fishing, and loads of accessories and other equipment. More than 75 non-stop seminars—all free with admission—are slated. The show offers good things to eat and tons of fun for families.

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