← Back to Events

Distribute Postcards at Bridge Walk 2021

RSVP16 people are attending


Monday, September 06, 2021
7:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. EDT


Corner of Nicolet and Jamet streets
North Nicolet St
Mackinaw City, MI 49701
United States


Sean McBrearty

Join OWDM at the Bridge Walk

The Mackinac Bridge Walk is back! Since 1958, this annual event has brought thousands of people to the Straits of Mackinac to appreciate the beauty of our Great Lakes. This year, please join us at the Bridge Walk as we fight to protect that beauty.

This Labor Day, September 6th, Oil and Water Don't Mix supporters will gather at the Bridge Walk for two purposes.

  1. To welcome Governor Whitmer as she finishes the bridge crossing (sign up for the 7 AM shift)
  2. To spread awareness about the urgency to shut down Line 5 by handing out postcards to bridge walkers (sign up for any shift).

We will gather at the corner of Nicolet and Jamet streets in Mackinaw City, just off I-75 at the south end of the bridge where many people will begin and end their bridge walk. Sign up for a shift below to help hand out informational Line 5 postcards to walkers as they finish.

You can hand out postcards before or after you walk the bridge yourself - or don't walk and just hand out postcards! Please review how the Bridge Walk will work this year - it is different than in years past (no bus transportation is available). Walkers can start at the north or south end then walk to the middle of the bridge and turn around, or walk all the way across, but be responsible for getting back to your car (no bus transportation provided).

Join a Carpool
Offer or get a ride to the event.

This is a people-powered movement. We would never be this close to shutting down Line 5 without grassroots supporters like you coming together to demand action. Join us to spread the word to more people about this dangerous pipeline.

Please RSVP to join us below!

16 people are attending

Will you come?

Choose shifts
Mon, Sep 06:

You can help now.

Join those working to protect the Great Lakes & climate from the Enbridge Line 5 crude oil pipeline.

Get updates