Experience holiday magic at Mid's North Pole Passage holiday trails event!


6pm - 8pm Fridays & Saturdays, December 10, 11, 17, & 18 on the Harrison Campus

Take a stroll through our enchanted trail covered in twinkling lights, visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus, enjoy hot cocoa, and more. Plus, children can make their own snow globe and take a ride on the North Pole Passage Express!


Sponsored by the Mid Michigan College Foundation, and created with assistance from Mid's Welding and Computer Aided Drafting & Design faculty and students.


Contact Laker Life at (989) 386-6634 or lakerlife@midmich.edu.

Important Safety Information

We ask that North Pole Passage attendees practice social distancing to maintain a safe, healthy environment for all.

Masks are required inside campus facilities.

Organized by students, for students. Proceeds benefit Phi Theta Kappa.

North Pole Passage raises funds for service learning projects completed by Mid's Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the honors society for two-year college students, and allows attendees to experience the extensive public trail system on the Harrison Campus.

North Pole Passage Board Game Drive

Mid’s PTK Chapter recently conducted a research project about how to change negative stigmas children have about mental health. Students learned that one of the most effective strategies to combat these stigmas, which also helps children cope with anxiety and stress, is to promote positive family relationships. And that in many instances, positive family relationships can be developed by spending quality time together.

The North Pole Passage event was created to help area families do just that! Our goal is to send every family who attends the event home with a new board game to play together.

Please help PTK and Mid's Human Rights & Wellness Club give local families a way to positively connect by donating a new, unwrapped board game. Donations can be dropped off at Student Services on the Harrison or Mt. Pleasant Campus or at the Harrison Campus Laker Cafe November 1 through November 30.
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