OCT 21-22, 2022

Upper Peninsula Retreat

Upper Peninsula Retreat

Friday, October 21 – Saturday, October 22, 2022

We look forward to spending time with our UP families!

Attendees will receive: 
• Hotel room for patient(s) and family members Friday night and Saturday night if needed. NOTE: There must be a parent/ guardian in each room with children under 18

• Friday dinner; Saturday breakfast, lunch, and dinner

• Educational sessions

• Opportunities for discussions with other patients

• Information from pharmaceutical companies and specialty pharmacies



3p Room Check-In Starts
Comfort Suites 2463 US Hwy 41 W, Marquette

6-9p Dinner, Bowling, Arcade, and RAP session 
Superior Entertainment Center
3060 US Hwy 41 W, Marquette

Industry representatives will be available during the evening.

NOTE: Childcare is not provided Friday night; children under 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian at bowling and pizza


6a Hotel Breakfast Starts

9-3:30p Educational Sessions
Peninsula Room II, Northern Center, Northern Michigan University; 1401 Presque Isle Ave, Marquette, MI 49855

Educational programming will be provided for youth ages 5-17 at the Upper Peninsula Children’s Museum. 

NOTE: Childcare will not be available for children 0-4 years. Limited financial assistance is available upon request to offset childcare costs. 

Please email Shari Luckey at sluckey@hfmich.org for more information. 

Special thanks to our sponsors who will be joining us and for helping make this weekend possible!

Soaring Eagle Sponsor:

Happy Camper Sponsors:

Friends of HFM Sponsor:

Event Sponsors:

Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan (HFM) does not endorse any specific product or company. 


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