FEATURED EVENTS

Pubstumpers Season 19
Petoskey Events
Noggin Room Pub - Stafford's Perry Hotel,Petoskey,MI,49770

Thursday, June 17 from 6:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Petoskey Events

Put on your thinking caps and your masks and get ready for a trivia tour de force! 8 rounds of general trivia with multiple choice name that tune and picture identification.Round and overall prizes everyone can play anyone can win!First night is Thursday April 15 - then on Wednesday evenings through June 30.

44th Annual St.Ignace Auto Show
Mackinaw City
Downtown St.Ignace - North State Street,St. Ignace,MI,49781

Thursday, June 24 through June 27

Mackinaw City

One of the largest all-make all-model shows in the country!  Over 3 000 Antique Custom and Celebrity Automobiles take part in this internationally acclaimed event.  Parades cruises awards and more!  Upwards of 700 entries are expected in 2019 including Hot Rods Custom vehicles trucks and more.  Contests Exhibits Vendor booths and more make this a fun family event.Thursday June 24th 2021Kewadin Casino Cruise Night 7pm start from the Kewadin CasinoFriday June 24th 2021Down Memory Lane Parade 7pm downtown St. IgnaceSaturday June 25th 2021Autos are on display throughout the downtown area

YMCA of Northern Michigan 2021 Summer Camps
Jun 24
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Depending on the camp, it will base out of Central or Ottawa Elementary Schools.

Thursday, June 24 All Day

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Memories are made every day at camp! Making new friends, learning new skills, understanding more about the natural world and each other is what Camp is all about. Each day offers many enjoyable activities to choose from including arts & crafts, outdoor education, swimming, hiking, field trips, yoga and so much more!

Bleacher Inspections
Jun 24
Sault Area High School Building Events
904 MARQUETTE AVE , Sault Sainte Marie, MI 49783

Thursday, June 24 from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

Sault Area High School Building Events

Annual St. Ignace Car Show Weekend
Petoskey Events
St. Ignace - ,MI

Thursday, June 24 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Petoskey Events

Because of the ever-changing climate with COVID-19 and events, we have decided to turn the 2021 St. Ignace Car Show into a Car Cruise.Many aspects of the show will still be happening as usual, and some will be different. We are confident that these changes will allow us to host the event even if strict safety measures are still in effect.The 46th Annual St. Ignace Car Show will include several organized 20-75 mile cruises throughout the Eastern Upper Peninsula.Get details HERE.

St. Ignace Car Show - Cruise Weekend
St. Ignace
St. Ignace, Michigan

Thursday, June 24 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

St. Ignace

Details UPDATE: Registration is live! https://stignace.com/event/annual-st-ignace-car-show-weekend/ Because of the ever-changing climate with… More https://www.facebook.com/events/367998851065826

Watercolor Painting Workshop with Luke Buck
Petoskey Events
Raven Hill Discovery Center - 4737 Fuller Road,East Jordan,MI,49727

Thursday, June 24 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Petoskey Events

Luke Buck watercolor artist returns to Raven Hill for the 12th year. The focus this year is on “old barns” in conjunction with the Labor Days: A History of Work exhibit scheduled for August and September. The workshop will emphasize the construction of barns noting the interesting variations and styles of barns found throughout the country and the beauty in art that they portray.The class will be studying painting techniques in textures from the woods to the shingling and metal roofs as well as the unique compositions derived from the placement of barns in accordance with their terrain or use. This is one of Luke’s favorite special interest subjects. For more information or to register please call Cheri at 231-536-3369 or email info@miravenhill.orgLuke's workshop is designed for the novice beginner intermediate or the more advanced & accomplished watercolor artist. As always this informal workshop will be a motivational creative and inspirational session with enjoyment and camaraderie among friends and fellow artists. Luke Buck a native "Hoosier" grew up and studied art in Indiana. His nostalgic paintings of Americana landscapes and American wildlife show a love for life art and nature. Many “locals” here in northern Michigan appreciate his talents and enjoy collecting his paintings.

Beneath the Moon and Under the Sun: Landscape Paintings by Heidi A. Marshall
Jun 24
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Crooked Tree Arts Center 461 E. Mitchell Street Petoskey, MI 49770

Thursday, June 24 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

The land is the first part of the story. Simply by being, it invites possibility for expression. Heidi Marshall's pastel paintings capture the grace, power, and emotion of the land that inspires her. The changing light, complex colors, and the fleeting beauty of a moment hang in each composition. Yet through her sensitive and nuanced marks, the paintings transcend mere documentation. Born from places of great joy, moments of beauty, and contemplation, Marshall's landscapes are expressive representations of her own well of experiences.  Heidi is Crooked Tree's featured artist for this year's Dart for Art and her paintings will be housed in the Gilbert Gallery at CTAC Petoskey starting June 18th and ending September 4th.   CTAC-Petoskey exhibitions are made possible thanks to our Visual Arts Presenter, North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate.

Egan Franks Holzhausen: Never Thought Twice
Jun 24
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Crooked Tree Arts Center (Ground Level) 461 E Mitchell Street Petoskey, MI 49770

Thursday, June 24 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Never Thought Twice is a collection of works by Egan Franks Holzhausen. All works were made with upcycled materials, including old paintings discarded or abandoned in a community studio, scrap wood, and leftover paint from other projects or one-off samples from big box stores. Franks Holzhausen tries to be resourceful as possible when it comes to making paintings of her everyday life. Egan Franks Holzhausen received a BFA at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a MFA from Kendall College of Art and Design. She teaches a variety of painting and drawing classes at Crooked Tree Art Center and North Central Michigan College and she has been teaching art to youth and adults since 2009. Egan's teaching style matches her art style: playful, energetic, and inclusive. When she's not teaching or working in her studio, Franks Holzhausen enjoys her time spent outdoors.   CTAC-Petoskey exhibitions are made possible thanks to our Visual Arts Presenter, North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate.

Past Is Present: A Dart Featured Artist Retrospective
Jun 24
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Crooked Tree Arts Center 461 East Mitchell Street Petoskey, MI 49770

Thursday, June 24 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

This retrospective exhibition highlights the outstanding work of CTAC's past Dart for Art featured artists. Works from the past and present are woven together for this trip down memory lane. We are honored to recognize these artists as we celebrate our 50th anniversary. 2004 - Cynthia Rutherford 2005 - Kelli Snively 2006 - Jane Diller 2007 - Larissa Flynn 2008 - Ruth Petzold 2009 - Rick Ford 2010 - Lynn Dinning 2011 - Elizabeth Pollie 2012 - Sue Bolt 2013 - June Otis 2014 - Tom Moran 2015 - Kevin Barton Barton's Art Loft 2016 - Rosita Gendernalik & Martha Landis 2017 - Mary Hramiec Hoffman 2018 - Stephen Palmer of Palmer's Running Dog Studio 2019 - Elizabeth Blair Fine Pearls 2020 - Trisha Witty   CTAC-Petoskey exhibitions are made possible thanks to our Visual Arts Presenter, North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate.

St. Ignace Car Show - Cruise Weekend
St. Ignace
St. Ignace, Michigan

Thursday, June 24 from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm

St. Ignace

Details UPDATE: Registration is live! https://stignace.com/event/annual-st-ignace-car-show-weekend/ Because of the ever-changing climate with… More https://www.facebook.com/events/367998851065826

Farmer Todd Avery
Jun 24
White Cloud Community Library
1038 E Wilcox Ave, White Cloud, MI 49349

Thursday, June 24 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm

White Cloud Community Library

We are having a fun farm-themed program on June 24th!

Children's Storytime
Jun 24
Indian River Area Library
Indian River Area Library, 3546 S Straits Hwy, Indian River, MI, 49749, United States

Thursday, June 24 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Indian River Area Library

Beginning June 3rd, we are now offering in-house Storytime every Thursday at 2 p.m. Join us and our storyteller for a tale or two each week! As of 05/20, masks and social distancing are required. 

Children's Storytime
Jun 24
Indian River Library
Indian River Area Library, 3546 S Straits Hwy, Indian River, MI, 49749, United States

Thursday, June 24 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Indian River Library

Beginning June 3rd, we are now offering in-house Storytime every Thursday at 2 p.m. Join us and our storyteller for a tale or two each week! As of 05/20, masks and social distancing are required. 

MG Book Club
Jun 24
Big Rapids Community Library
Online Event

Thursday, June 24 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm

Big Rapids Community Library

Details Next Read: Peak By: Roland Smith June 3rd to July 8th Each week we will read the book together and discuss it. … More https://www.facebook.com/events/508290033672310

Dragon Skull Sculpting! Ages 8-12 With Spencer Scharf (Zoom)
Jun 24
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Thursday, June 24 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Interlochen Public Library

Proudly display your legendary might with the ultimate fantasy trophy! Tween participants (ages 8-12) will shape clay into a dragon’s skull through a step-by-step instructor led class using a paper based washable air- dry clay. Supplies for the program can be picked up from TADL Main starting Monday, 6/21. Limited to 25 participants.  To register, sign-up HERE. A passcode will sent at that time to attend. There will also be room in our McGuire Room for patrons who would like to view the program on our big screen.

Dragon Skull Sculpting! Ages 8-12 With Spencer Scharf (Zoom)
Jun 24
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Thursday, June 24 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Traverse Area District Library

Proudly display your legendary might with the ultimate fantasy trophy! Tween participants (ages 8-12) will shape clay into a dragon’s skull through a step-by-step instructor led class using a paper based washable air- dry clay. Supplies for the program can be picked up from TADL Main starting Monday, 6/21. Limited to 25 participants.  To register, sign-up HERE. A passcode will sent at that time to attend. There will also be room in our McGuire Room for patrons who would like to view the program on our big screen.

MG Book Club
Jun 24
Big Rapids Community Library
Online Event

Thursday, June 24 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Big Rapids Community Library

Details Next Read: Peak By: Roland Smith June 3rd to July 8th Each week we will read the book together and discuss it. … More https://www.facebook.com/events/508290033672310

Citizen Science with MSU Extension (Virtual Event)
Jun 24
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Thursday, June 24 from 4:00 pm to 4:45 pm

Interlochen Public Library

Learn more about becoming a Citizen Scientist with our friends at the MSU Extension.

Citizen Science with MSU Extension (Virtual Event)
Jun 24
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Thursday, June 24 from 4:00 pm to 4:45 pm

Traverse Area District Library

Learn more about becoming a Citizen Scientist with our friends at the MSU Extension.

Lavender Planting Workshop
Jun 24
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Lavender Hill Farm Address: 7354 Horton Bay Rd N., Boyne City, MI, 49712

Thursday, June 24 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Learn how to plant and care for lavender with Lavender Hill Farm. During this workshop, participants will receive step-by-step guidance on the planting and care process from start to finish and will take home a lavender plant and a Growing and Using Lavender Guide! After a walking tour, the group will learn to plant lavender and how to care for the plant from infancy through adulthood.  Light lavender refreshments will be provided. This is a rain or shine event, and all ages are welcome. Please dress in your gardening clothes and bring gloves. WHEN: Dates & Times Vary Classes are Roughly 2 Hours COST: $35 per person REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is required as seating is limited, and this class will sell out Upon arrival for a morning or afternoon class please park in our drying shed parking lot where your farm tour will begin promptly at class start time. If attending an evening class, please park in our horseshoe parking lot and meet at the bottom of our barn ramp where your farm tour will begin promptly at class start time. We do ask that you please arrive five to ten minutes prior to class start time to check in with your guide and so that we may begin our classes promptly at their start times. Please direct any questions to events@lavenderhillfarm.com SAFETY FIRST: To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities, participating in artisan classes, or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation.  We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.  

Henna Workshop
Jun 24
Petoskey Events
Lavender Hill Farm - 7354 Horton Bay Road N. ,Boyne City,MI,49712

Thursday, June 24 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Petoskey Events

DETAILS: Join us at Lavender Hill Farm for an introduction to the ancient art of Mehndi. In this workshop students will be given an overview of what henna is where it comes from historically and how it is used today.?Participants will also learn how to prepare natural henna paste make a henna cone  and demonstrate where and how to put it on the body. After attending this workshop students will have a new appreciation for the history and beauty of henna body art and the tools to adorn themselves and others. All materials are provided including a starter kit with henna cones to take home.WHEN: 5-8 PM on June 24th 2021AGES: Ages 10 & up Henna is for everyone – males are also welcomed to join!COST: $43 per person (includes?all materials).REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is required for this workshop.   To sign up please click the link below. HTTPS://WWW.PAYPAL.COM/CGI-BIN/WEBSCR?CMD=_S-XCLICK& HOSTED_BUTTON_ID=7CVJB3F3BW2MLDrop ins are welcome night of if space allows.This class has a minimum and maximum attendance requirement so reserve your spot today! If participant minimum is not met one week prior the workshop will be cancelled  and you will be notified by the instructor.E-mail any questions to Amy to at SISTER2SISTERHENNA@GMAIL.COM.FBWWW.FACEBOOK.COM/SISTER2SISTERHENNAIGWWW.INSTAGRAM.COM/SISTER2SISTERHENNA PLEASE BRING: You may bring writing materials to take any extra notes.ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Amy Elizabeth White is the artist behind Sister 2 Sister Henna. Originally a photographer from Michigan her passion for the art was discovered after moving to Brooklyn New York.?Never looking back she has been creating original henna designs ancient & new with love since 2015. With an eye on traditional technique & design and an emphasis on detail she has created her own original work that harmonizes with each client.  Amy has had the opportunity to offer henna for many diverse occasions all over the country – bridal henna private parties corporate events festivals markets celebrations and more. She also holds workshops and creates henna inspired fine art wearable art  and dessert decoration.?She only uses Body Art Quality Henna that creates a beautiful and rich stain.?There are no fillers or chemical dyes added to paste just simple and natural ingredients!SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities participating in artisan classes or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Henna Workshop
Jun 24
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
7354 Horton Bay Rd. North, Boyne City, MI 49712

Thursday, June 24 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

DETAILS: Join us at Lavender Hill Farm for an introduction to the ancient art of Mehndi. In this workshop students will be given an overview of what henna is, where it comes from historically and how it is used today.?Participants will also learn how to prepare natural henna paste, make a henna cone, and demonstrate where and how to put it on the body. After attending this workshop students will have a new appreciation for the history and beauty of henna body art and the tools to adorn themselves and others. All materials are provided including a starter kit with henna cones to take home. WHEN: 5-8 PM on June 24th, 2021 AGES: Ages 10 & up, Henna is for everyone – males are also welcomed to join! COST: $43 per person (includes?all materials). REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is required for this workshop.   To sign up please click the link below. HTTPS://WWW.PAYPAL.COM/CGI-BIN/WEBSCR?CMD=_S-XCLICK&HOSTED_BUTTON_ID=7CVJB3F3BW2ML Drop ins are welcome night of if space allows. This class has a minimum and maximum attendance requirement so reserve your spot today! If participant minimum is not met one week prior, the workshop will be cancelled, and you will be notified by the instructor. E-mail any questions to Amy to at SISTER2SISTERHENNA@GMAIL.COM. FB : WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/SISTER2SISTERHENNA IG : WWW.INSTAGRAM.COM/SISTER2SISTERHENNA  PLEASE BRING: You may bring writing materials to take any extra notes. ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Amy Elizabeth White is the artist behind Sister 2 Sister Henna. Originally a photographer from Michigan, her passion for the art was discovered after moving to Brooklyn, New York.?Never looking back, she has been creating original henna designs ancient & new with love since 2015. With an eye on traditional technique & design, and an emphasis on detail, she has created her own original work that harmonizes with each client.  Amy has had the opportunity to offer henna for many diverse occasions all over the country – bridal henna, private parties, corporate events, festivals, markets, celebrations and more. She also holds workshops and creates henna inspired fine art, wearable art, and dessert decoration.?She only uses Body Art Quality Henna that creates a beautiful and rich stain.?There are no fillers or chemical dyes added to paste, just simple and natural ingredients! SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities, participating in artisan classes, or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Live at the Plaza
Jun 24
Ludington
Legacy Plaza - 150 North James Street Ludington MI 49431

Thursday, June 24 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Ludington

Live music on the plaza stage http://www.ludington.mi.us/calendar.aspx?EID=912

FELTED FAIRY MAKING with Mary Duggan
Jun 24
Charlevoix Area Chamber of Commerce
Charlevoix Circle of Arts 109 Clinton St., Charlevoix, MI 49720

Thursday, June 24 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Charlevoix Area Chamber of Commerce

Part of our Wool Trunk series with Mary Duggan! No experience necessary. In this workshop students will make their own pose-able fairies, Students will learn to build a wire armature for their felt creations as well as developing needle felting skills. This class will be a little more challenging than the gnome class but the majority of people would have great results with no prior knowledge of felting. Space is limited and Pre-Registration is required.

Live Music - Lara Fullford
Jun 24
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Gabriel Farms & Winery, 2800 E Mitchell St. Petoskey, Mi 49770

Thursday, June 24 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Join us for an evening of live music with the talented - Lara Fullford

Street Musique
Petoskey Events
Harbor Springs - downtown -

Thursday, June 24 from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Petoskey Events

Come and enjoy the various sounds and melodies of local area musicians while strolling Main Street. Musicians will be performing from 6:00-8:00 pm every Thursday. With so many different styles of music offered block to block, every member of the family can relish the local rhythms while eating an ice cream with the kids or just enjoying a beautiful summer evening walk.

Odawa and Water - Virtual Lecture
Jun 24
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Zoom

Thursday, June 24 from 7:00 pm to 8:15 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Water has always been more than a natural resource to the Odawa of Little Traverse Bay. It has shaped their history, livelihood and even political decisions. Historically, waterways were an integral part of Odawa identify and they continue to be to this day. On Thursday, June 24, the Historical Society is pleased to welcome Eric Hemenway, Director of Archives and Records for the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, to discuss the connection between the Odawa and water. The presentation will take place online via Zoom and registration is required. Participants will receive the Zoom link a day or so prior to the presentation. REGISTRATION REQUIRED

Pure Ludington Sunset Bonfire
Jun 24
Ludington
Stearns Park Beach - 421 N Lakeshore Drive Ludington MI 49431

Thursday, June 24 from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Ludington

Evening bonfire with live music for the public to enjoy http://www.ludington.mi.us/calendar.aspx?EID=807

Friends Book Sale!
Jun 25
Charlevoix Public Library
Charlevoix Public Library at Community Room A+B -

Friday, June 25 All Day

Charlevoix Public Library

Thousands of items available!

YMCA of Northern Michigan 2021 Summer Camps
Jun 25
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Depending on the camp, it will base out of Central or Ottawa Elementary Schools.

Friday, June 25 All Day

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Memories are made every day at camp! Making new friends, learning new skills, understanding more about the natural world and each other is what Camp is all about. Each day offers many enjoyable activities to choose from including arts & crafts, outdoor education, swimming, hiking, field trips, yoga and so much more!

Chalk Art Friday
Jun 25
St Ignace Public Library
St. Ignace Public Library, 110 W Spruce St, St. Igance, MI, 49781, United States

Friday, June 25 All Day

St Ignace Public Library

Chalk Art Fridays- Join us every Friday this Summer in creating art on our patio with chalk! We welcome anyone and everyone to grab some chalk from the front desk and color/create to your heat’s content. The art will remain for one week (weather permitting) for the community to enjoy

Bleacher Inspections
Jun 25
Sault Area High School Building Events
904 MARQUETTE AVE , Sault Sainte Marie, MI 49783

Friday, June 25 from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

Sault Area High School Building Events

2021 Soo Locks Engineers Day: Re-engineered
Jun 25
Sault Ste Marie
Soo Locks Park - 329 W. Portage Ave.,Sault Ste. Marie,MI,49783

Friday, June 25 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Sault Ste Marie

Soo Locks Engineers DayIt’s a day we have all been patiently waiting for! Engineers Day is making a triumphant return this summer albeit in a “re-engineered” format. In partnership with the City of Sault Ste. Marie and the United States Army Corps of Engineers we are ecstatic to help put on this special event.Join us on June 25 for a day full of celebration and amazement. Beginning at 9 a.m. a section of West Portage Avenue in between Ferris Street and Gov. Osbourne Boulevard will be closed off to traffic until 6 p.m. We’re looking forward to having over 30 vendors on the street offering water safety information info on area attractions and a platform for area merchants.The Soo Locks Park and observation deck will both be open from 9 a.m. until 10 p.m.This year due to the COVID-19 pandemic there are a few precautions being taken for the safety of everyone (including Corps employees and workers on freighters.) As a reminder masks are required to enter the Soo Locks Visitor Center any indoor stores restaurants hotels and outdoor areas if physical distancing cannot be met to keep workers and visitors safe. Please be patient be kind and be safe. The City Corps and CVB can’t wait to have you attend Engineers Day Re-Engineered.Stay tuned to this page and our  Facebook page  for more updates on Soo Locks Day: Re-engineered  (Photo courtesy of USACE)

Lavender Fest Fridays
Jun 25
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Lavender Hill Farm

Friday, June 25 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Bring the whole family over to Lavender Hill Farm Fridays for fun on the farm! Guests of all ages are welcome to enjoy the atmosphere at our beautiful lavender farm. Make a craft, bring a picnic and enjoy the many other Friday farm activities we have scheduled throughout the summer. Our farm is free to visit. Some weeks will feature live music, food vendors and additional classes and activities!

Beneath the Moon and Under the Sun: Landscape Paintings by Heidi A. Marshall
Jun 25
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Crooked Tree Arts Center 461 E. Mitchell Street Petoskey, MI 49770

Friday, June 25 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

The land is the first part of the story. Simply by being, it invites possibility for expression. Heidi Marshall's pastel paintings capture the grace, power, and emotion of the land that inspires her. The changing light, complex colors, and the fleeting beauty of a moment hang in each composition. Yet through her sensitive and nuanced marks, the paintings transcend mere documentation. Born from places of great joy, moments of beauty, and contemplation, Marshall's landscapes are expressive representations of her own well of experiences.  Heidi is Crooked Tree's featured artist for this year's Dart for Art and her paintings will be housed in the Gilbert Gallery at CTAC Petoskey starting June 18th and ending September 4th.   CTAC-Petoskey exhibitions are made possible thanks to our Visual Arts Presenter, North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate.

Past Is Present: A Dart Featured Artist Retrospective
Jun 25
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Crooked Tree Arts Center 461 East Mitchell Street Petoskey, MI 49770

Friday, June 25 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

This retrospective exhibition highlights the outstanding work of CTAC's past Dart for Art featured artists. Works from the past and present are woven together for this trip down memory lane. We are honored to recognize these artists as we celebrate our 50th anniversary. 2004 - Cynthia Rutherford 2005 - Kelli Snively 2006 - Jane Diller 2007 - Larissa Flynn 2008 - Ruth Petzold 2009 - Rick Ford 2010 - Lynn Dinning 2011 - Elizabeth Pollie 2012 - Sue Bolt 2013 - June Otis 2014 - Tom Moran 2015 - Kevin Barton Barton's Art Loft 2016 - Rosita Gendernalik & Martha Landis 2017 - Mary Hramiec Hoffman 2018 - Stephen Palmer of Palmer's Running Dog Studio 2019 - Elizabeth Blair Fine Pearls 2020 - Trisha Witty   CTAC-Petoskey exhibitions are made possible thanks to our Visual Arts Presenter, North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate.

Egan Franks Holzhausen: Never Thought Twice
Jun 25
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Crooked Tree Arts Center (Ground Level) 461 E Mitchell Street Petoskey, MI 49770

Friday, June 25 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Never Thought Twice is a collection of works by Egan Franks Holzhausen. All works were made with upcycled materials, including old paintings discarded or abandoned in a community studio, scrap wood, and leftover paint from other projects or one-off samples from big box stores. Franks Holzhausen tries to be resourceful as possible when it comes to making paintings of her everyday life. Egan Franks Holzhausen received a BFA at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a MFA from Kendall College of Art and Design. She teaches a variety of painting and drawing classes at Crooked Tree Art Center and North Central Michigan College and she has been teaching art to youth and adults since 2009. Egan's teaching style matches her art style: playful, energetic, and inclusive. When she's not teaching or working in her studio, Franks Holzhausen enjoys her time spent outdoors.   CTAC-Petoskey exhibitions are made possible thanks to our Visual Arts Presenter, North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate.

Arts Crafts & Family Fun Fair
Jun 25
Sault Ste Marie
City Hall Lawn - 225 E. Portage Avenue,Sault Sainte Marie,MI,49783

Friday, June 25 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Sault Ste Marie

Join the E.U.P. CDRC as we host our Annual Arts Crafts & Family Fun Fair. This year will feature over 40 high quality Arts & Crafts vendors spaced around the perimeters of the four quadrants that make up the beautiful block around Sault Ste. Marie's historic City Hall lawn. Start at either Portage Bingham Water or Brady Street and walk around the block and through the center to visit jewelry makers clothes designers woodcrafters chefs metal artists authors fabric artists potters toymakers rugmakers painters sketchers and other creative folk. If you are looking for stone metal glass or wooden items for your patio or home there will be an abundant amount to choose from. Natural skin products ornaments signs stained glass items and even dog toys are among the artisans who will be in attendance.Music will be provided by two folk/pop duos-February Sky and Beechgrove and Blacksmith.Yummies will include home-cooked lunches and snacks maple products kettle corn warm nuts and fresh squeezed lemonade.Other attractions include the ReMax hot air balloon free games for children and free services such as Child ID's and information from foster care and adoption agencies. Raffle tickets will be for sale with a drawing to take place at 4pm.For more information or to become a vendor visit www.eupmediate.org

Historic District Commission Meeting
Jun 25
City of Charlevoix Main Street DDA Calendar
Virtual meeting via Zoom - Charlevoix MI 49720

Friday, June 25 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

City of Charlevoix Main Street DDA Calendar

http://charlevoixmi.gov/calendar.aspx?EID=1380

Animal Adventure Travel Club
Jun 25
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Friday, June 25 from 11:00 am to 11:30 am

Interlochen Public Library

Are you ready to travel to six different animal environments? Join us Friday’s as we explore all kinds of animals and where they live. Collect a sticker each week as you travel to these animals homes! These fun event will be outside in the Children’s Garden. If the weather is inclement they will be held in the McGuire Community Room.

Animal Adventure Travel Club
Jun 25
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Friday, June 25 from 11:00 am to 11:30 am

Traverse Area District Library

Are you ready to travel to six different animal environments? Join us Friday’s as we explore all kinds of animals and where they live. Collect a sticker each week as you travel to these animals homes! These fun event will be outside in the Children’s Garden. If the weather is inclement they will be held in the McGuire Community Room.

Ludington Farmers Market
Jun 25
Ludington
Legacy Plaza - 150 North James Street Ludington MI 49431

Friday, June 25 from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Ludington

Vendors selling produce and homemade goods under pavillion http://www.ludington.mi.us/calendar.aspx?EID=894

Final Friday Experience
Jun 25
Ludington
Downtown Ludington - 100 Ludington Ave Ludington MI 49431

Friday, June 25 from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Ludington

Farmers Market, live music, food vendors, baby Badger rides, scavenger hunts, etc. http://www.ludington.mi.us/calendar.aspx?EID=924

Summer of Fun Pool Parties
Jun 25
Big Rapids Community Pool
Hutchinson Street , Big Rapids , MI 49307

Friday, June 25 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Big Rapids Community Pool

Join us for a great party every other Friday!! Bring noodles and floaties and fun stuff for the pool... bring friends and family! The party is free for pool members... and Rummel Orthodontics as the event sponsor will pay the $2 admission for all non-members to make sure everyone gets in on the fun! Which makes the entire evening FREE for everybody! Many thanks to the City of BR, the new Pool Director Andrew Defever and to Rummel Orthodontics www.rummelortho.com Find out more details on this pool party and upcoming pool parties at www.wybr.com!

Loving Vincent - Outdoor Movie
Jun 25
Dow Gardens
Dow Gardens

Friday, June 25 at 6:45 pm

Dow Gardens

Details In a story depicted in oil painted animation, a young man comes to the last hometown of painter Vincent van Gogh (Robert Gulaczyk) to… More https://www.facebook.com/events/915954662518338

Farewell My Darling Premiere
Jun 25
Ludington
Rotary Park (City Park) - 500 W Ludington Ave. Ludington MI 49431

Friday, June 25 from 7:00 pm to 11:30 pm

Ludington

The showing of new film, filmed in Ludington by K5 Pictures http://www.ludington.mi.us/calendar.aspx?EID=889

Loving Vincent - Outdoor Movie
Jun 25
Dow Gardens
Dow Gardens

Friday, June 25 at 9:45 pm

Dow Gardens

Details In a story depicted in oil painted animation, a young man comes to the last hometown of painter Vincent van Gogh (Robert Gulaczyk) to… More https://www.facebook.com/events/915954662518338

YMCA of Northern Michigan 2021 Summer Camps
Jun 26
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Depending on the camp, it will base out of Central or Ottawa Elementary Schools.

Saturday, June 26 All Day

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Memories are made every day at camp! Making new friends, learning new skills, understanding more about the natural world and each other is what Camp is all about. Each day offers many enjoyable activities to choose from including arts & crafts, outdoor education, swimming, hiking, field trips, yoga and so much more!

Dirty Dog Dash
Jun 26
Petoskey Events
Boyne Mountain Resort - 1 Boyne Mountain Road,Boyne Falls,MI,49713

Saturday, June 26 at 8:30 am

Petoskey Events

The annual Dirty Dog Dash will leave you feeling dirty, tired, and fulfilled. The race route will cover 5km across the slopes of Boyne Mountain Resort with competitors climbing, crawling, wading, and sliding to conquer the numerous obstacles in front of them.This year's post-race festivities will be more spread out, but will still feature live music and cold beer for those 21 and older.In addition to awards for the top three finishers in each division, we'll recognize other fun awards for best costumes, team spirit, dirtiest dogs, and many more!Participants will receive a complimentary beer (21+), an event t-shirt, and a survivor dog tag upon completion of the race.Register NOW: https://bit.ly/3gj8Vvr

Little Traverse CROP Hunger Walk
Jun 26
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Evelyn Hall, 1745 Encampment Ave, Bay View

Saturday, June 26 from 8:30 am to 10:30 am

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Fundraising walk in Bay View. Proceeds benefit the local MANNA Food Project and Church World Service to feed the hungry and counteract poverty and disasters with self-sustaining projects throughout the world.

Coast to Coast Gravel Grinder
Ludington
Stearns Park Beach - 421 N Lakeshore Drive Ludington MI 49431

Saturday, June 26 from 9:00 am to 3:00 am

Ludington

210 mile and 100 mile gravel bike race/ride http://www.ludington.mi.us/calendar.aspx?EID=803

Summer Craft Show
Jun 26
Petoskey Events
Emmet County Fairgrounds - 1129 Charlevoix Avenue,Petoskey,MI

Saturday, June 26 from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Petoskey Events

Emmet County Parks and Recreation is hosting a summer craft show at the Emmet County Fairgrounds on Saturday, June 26, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Local and guest vendors will be selling a variety of items including jewelry, clothes, handmade gifts, cards, and more. Admission to the event is free. Park staff is still accepting vendors for the event.Cost is $50 for a 10×10 space with one table and chairs provided to the first 30 vendors who sign up. Those interested in participating can download registration documents here.For more information, or to request the registration forms be sent by mail or email, please call the fairgrounds sales coordinator at 231.348.5479 or email alavigne@emmetcounty.org.

Farmers' Market
Jun 26
City of Mt Pleasant
Broadway Street between Main and University Streets.

Saturday, June 26 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

City of Mt Pleasant

Click here for more information.

Mackinaw City Arts & Craft Show
Mackinaw City
Conkling Heritage Park - ,Mackinaw City,MI,49701

Saturday, June 26 from 10:00 am to 10:00 am

Mackinaw City

Mackinaw Area Visitors Bureau will host 2 Premier Arts & Craft Shows.  Located in Conkling Heritage Park on South Huron Avenue.June 26th -  June 27th & August 28th - 29th 2021 The Show will feature many artists from around the country.  Exhibits to include: Paintings Woodwork Hand-Crafted jewelry Hand-Designed Clothing Self Published Books Nature Photography Gourmet Dips and Salsa Seasonal Decor and much more!Click here for vendor application: https://www.mackinawcity.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Craft-show-application-2021.pdf

Bay Harbor Vintage Car and Boat Festival
Jun 26
Petoskey Events
Village at Bay Harbor - 4000 Main Street,Bay Harbor,MI,49770

Saturday, June 26 from 10:00 am to 3:30 pm

Petoskey Events

Join the Bay Harbor Foundation June 24 through June 26, 2021 for a tuned-up event featuring great new exhibits as we travel “Somewhere in Time” at the 22nd Annual Bay Harbor Vintage Car and Boat Festival.Come see spectacular classic cars and boats from the 1910’s 20’s, 30’s, 40’s, 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s. Watch for more details as they become available.

Friends Book Sale!
Jun 26
Charlevoix Public Library
Charlevoix Public Library at Community Room A+B -

Saturday, June 26 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Charlevoix Public Library

Friends Book Sale!

Summer Art Show
Petoskey Events
Charlevoix - East Park,Charlevoix

Saturday, June 26 from 10:00 am to 10:00 am

Petoskey Events

The Charlevoix Summer Art Show features a mix of art and crafts displayed on the shores of scenic Round Lake in downtown Charlevoix. Participating artists are carefully selected to ensure a well-rounded show with many fun and unique items on display. Join us as we welcome the arrival of summer in northern Michigan at the Charlevoix Summer Art Show, where works of art and scenic views are just a step away!Show times: Saturday, 10 am - 5 pm and Sunday, 10 am - 3 pm

22nd Summer Art Show
Charlevoix Area Chamber of Commerce
East Park, Downtown Charlevoix

Saturday, June 26 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Charlevoix Area Chamber of Commerce

The Charlevoix Summer Art Show features a mix of art and crafts displayed on the shores of scenic Round Lake in downtown Charlevoix. Participating artists are carefully selected to ensure a well-rounded show with many fun and unique items on display. Join us as we welcome the arrival of summer in northern Michigan at the Charlevoix Summer Art Show, where works of art and scenic views are just a step away! ____________________________________________________________ Artist Applications are now available.  Apply Today! Print Application Online Application 2021 BANNER SPONSORS: Pat O'Brien & Associates Real Estate Greenstone Farm Credit Services Grey Gables Restaurant & Catering Interested in becoming a 2021 Banner Sponsor, contact Caitlin at 231-547-2101 or cole@charlevoix.org for more information. _________________________________________________________________ PET POLICY: We ask that you please leave your pets comfortably at home.  The City of Charlevoix has an ordinance against allowing pets within the event area.  

Beneath the Moon and Under the Sun: Landscape Paintings by Heidi A. Marshall
Jun 26
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Crooked Tree Arts Center 461 E. Mitchell Street Petoskey, MI 49770

Saturday, June 26 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

The land is the first part of the story. Simply by being, it invites possibility for expression. Heidi Marshall's pastel paintings capture the grace, power, and emotion of the land that inspires her. The changing light, complex colors, and the fleeting beauty of a moment hang in each composition. Yet through her sensitive and nuanced marks, the paintings transcend mere documentation. Born from places of great joy, moments of beauty, and contemplation, Marshall's landscapes are expressive representations of her own well of experiences.  Heidi is Crooked Tree's featured artist for this year's Dart for Art and her paintings will be housed in the Gilbert Gallery at CTAC Petoskey starting June 18th and ending September 4th.   CTAC-Petoskey exhibitions are made possible thanks to our Visual Arts Presenter, North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate.

Past Is Present: A Dart Featured Artist Retrospective
Jun 26
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Crooked Tree Arts Center 461 East Mitchell Street Petoskey, MI 49770

Saturday, June 26 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

This retrospective exhibition highlights the outstanding work of CTAC's past Dart for Art featured artists. Works from the past and present are woven together for this trip down memory lane. We are honored to recognize these artists as we celebrate our 50th anniversary. 2004 - Cynthia Rutherford 2005 - Kelli Snively 2006 - Jane Diller 2007 - Larissa Flynn 2008 - Ruth Petzold 2009 - Rick Ford 2010 - Lynn Dinning 2011 - Elizabeth Pollie 2012 - Sue Bolt 2013 - June Otis 2014 - Tom Moran 2015 - Kevin Barton Barton's Art Loft 2016 - Rosita Gendernalik & Martha Landis 2017 - Mary Hramiec Hoffman 2018 - Stephen Palmer of Palmer's Running Dog Studio 2019 - Elizabeth Blair Fine Pearls 2020 - Trisha Witty   CTAC-Petoskey exhibitions are made possible thanks to our Visual Arts Presenter, North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate.

Egan Franks Holzhausen: Never Thought Twice
Jun 26
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Crooked Tree Arts Center (Ground Level) 461 E Mitchell Street Petoskey, MI 49770

Saturday, June 26 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Never Thought Twice is a collection of works by Egan Franks Holzhausen. All works were made with upcycled materials, including old paintings discarded or abandoned in a community studio, scrap wood, and leftover paint from other projects or one-off samples from big box stores. Franks Holzhausen tries to be resourceful as possible when it comes to making paintings of her everyday life. Egan Franks Holzhausen received a BFA at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a MFA from Kendall College of Art and Design. She teaches a variety of painting and drawing classes at Crooked Tree Art Center and North Central Michigan College and she has been teaching art to youth and adults since 2009. Egan's teaching style matches her art style: playful, energetic, and inclusive. When she's not teaching or working in her studio, Franks Holzhausen enjoys her time spent outdoors.   CTAC-Petoskey exhibitions are made possible thanks to our Visual Arts Presenter, North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate.

Belvedere Terrace Condo Assoc. Board
Jun 26
Charlevoix Public Library
Charlevoix Public Library at Armstrong Conference Room -

Saturday, June 26 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

Charlevoix Public Library

Board Meeting

FIRST ANNUAL OUTDOOR CRAFT FAIR at Old Town Playhouse
Jun 26
Old Town Playhouse
148 E 8th St, Traverse City, MI 49684

Saturday, June 26 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm

Old Town Playhouse

Join us in the Old Town Playhouse parking lot at our 1st Annual Outdoor Craft Fair for a peek at our behind-the-scenes talent! Our volunteers, members, and friends will present their handmade, artful creations for sale as part of our Theatre under the Tent series. From pottery, felted creations, and paintings to fabric arts, clothing, and photography, we'll have something for everyone (plus playhouse swag and surprises)! For more information see www.oldtownplayhouse.com, send an email to tickets@oldtownplayhouse.com or call 231-947-2210.

Tales of the Bees Youth Program
Jun 26
Charlevoix Public Library
Charlevoix Public Library - 220 West Clinton Street,Charlevoix,MI,49720

Saturday, June 26 at 10:30 am

Charlevoix Public Library

Join beekeepers Brenda Hough and Rochelle Cullip from the Little Traverse Bay Beekeepers Guild for this interactive presentation about the amazing life of honey bees by taking a peek into a live enclosed observation hive. Learn how a beekeeper tends a hive how the bees grow which bees do different tasks and how they communicate together. Discover the importance of pollination and how bees find pollen and nectar to make delicious honey back in their hive. Take home a book about honey bees with a sweet treat of honey to go!All Ages Family Event  (geared toward elementary age children)Meets in the Children’s Garden at Charlevoix Public LibraryPLEASE REGISTER EACH FAMILY ATTENDING HERE (one book per family): http://host.evanced.info/charlevoix/evanced/eventsignup.asp?ID=14543& ret=eventcalendar.asp

Blessing of the Boats
Jun 26
Ludington
Ludington Municipal Marina - Ludington MI 49431

Saturday, June 26 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm

Ludington

Fundraiser - Blessing of Boats - Food Vendors - Live Music http://www.ludington.mi.us/calendar.aspx?EID=812

Lavender Planting Workshop
Jun 26
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
7354 Horton Bay Rd. North, Boyne City, MI 49712

Saturday, June 26 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Learn how to plant and care for lavender with Lavender Hill Farm. During this workshop, participants will receive step-by-step guidance on the planting and care process from start to finish and will take home a lavender plant and a Growing and Using Lavender Guide! After a walking tour, the group will learn to plant lavender and how to care for the plant from infancy through adulthood.  Light lavender refreshments will be provided. This is a rain or shine event, and all ages are welcome. Please dress in your gardening clothes and bring gloves. WHEN: Dates & Times Vary Classes are Roughly 2 Hours COST: $35 per person REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is required as seating is limited, and this class will sell out Upon arrival for a morning or afternoon class please park in our drying shed parking lot where your farm tour will begin promptly at class start time. If attending an evening class, please park in our horseshoe parking lot and meet at the bottom of our barn ramp where your farm tour will begin promptly at class start time. We do ask that you please arrive five to ten minutes prior to class start time to check in with your guide and so that we may begin our classes promptly at their start times. Please direct any questions to events@lavenderhillfarm.com SAFETY FIRST: To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities, participating in artisan classes, or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation.  We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.

It's All About the Honeybees!
Jun 26
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Saturday, June 26 from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm

Traverse Area District Library

  Honeybees are very important to our food supply.  One third of the world’s food production is depends on bees.  That is a lot of pressure for something so little!  Please join us as Greg Griswold and Therese Povolo from Champion Hill Farm in Beulah who will talk about the importance this flying insect, their beauty and how they benefit us.  There will be a storytime showcasing their book, It’s All About the Honeybees, an observation hive to check out the bees at work and lots of time for questions! Join us on the front lawn of the Main Library for this in person event.  Bring a towel or blanket to sit on for the event. Don’t forget this is the opening week of the Summer Reading Club, Tails and Tales.  This is the perfect collaborating event, a book reading (tale) and learn about Honeybees and their “tail”.  See you there!     Image by Suzanne D. Williams from Pixabay

It's All About the Honeybees!
Jun 26
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Saturday, June 26 from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm

Interlochen Public Library

  Honeybees are very important to our food supply.  One third of the world’s food production is depends on bees.  That is a lot of pressure for something so little!  Please join us as Greg Griswold and Therese Povolo from Champion Hill Farm in Beulah who will talk about the importance this flying insect, their beauty and how they benefit us.  There will be a storytime showcasing their book, It’s All About the Honeybees, an observation hive to check out the bees at work and lots of time for questions! Join us on the front lawn of the Main Library for this in person event.  Bring a towel or blanket to sit on for the event. Don’t forget this is the opening week of the Summer Reading Club, Tails and Tales.  This is the perfect collaborating event, a book reading (tale) and learn about Honeybees and their “tail”.  See you there!     Image by Suzanne D. Williams from Pixabay

Bee Presentation & Outdoor Activity
Jun 26
Wexford County Community Events
411 S. Lake St., Cadillac, MI 49601

Saturday, June 26 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Wexford County Community Events

Registration RequiredRachel Potter will teach about the importance of honey bees in our world, and discuss how they play a vital role in the ecosystem as pollinators. You will also be able to check out live bees in the Observation Hive!

LIVE DEMO with Blacksmith Joe Lafata
Jun 26
Charlevoix Area Chamber of Commerce
Charlevoix Circle of Arts 109 Clinton St.

Saturday, June 26 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm

Charlevoix Area Chamber of Commerce

Blacksmithing is an artform! Enjoy live demonstrations by Joe Lafata of J&N Blacksmithing throughout the day with hand made pieces for sale. Joe has been blacksmithing for about 30 years. Most of his work is created out of reused metal from old farm equipment to scrap pieces he has collected. He loves working with old metal. Joe can work with anything! He creates artful, decorative and useful household pieces, repairs old tools & farm equipment and takes special orders for custom pieces such as outdoor gates and chandeliers.

Kitchen Table
Jun 26
Coleman Area Library
Faith United Methodist Church, 203 Jefferson St, Coleman, MI 48618, USA

Saturday, June 26 from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm

Coleman Area Library

Free meal at the Faith United Methodist Church

Amazing Race - The Nine Realms of Norse Mythology
Jun 26
Wexford County Community Events
411 S. Lake St., Cadillac, MI 49601

Saturday, June 26 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Wexford County Community Events

Old Norse texts mention the existence of Niu Heima, translated by scholars as "Nine Worlds." These nine worlds encompass Niflheim, Muspelheim, Asgard, Midgard, Jotuheim, Vanheim, Alfheim, Svartalfheim and Helheim, all held in the branches and roots of the world tree Yggdrasil. Can your group survive the trip through them all and back to win a prize? SIGN UP REQUIRED - sign up in groups of 3-5.Grades 7th - 12thBegin at the library. Race begins promptly at 2pm.This event will be held outdoors, on the library lawn & at the Cadillac Commons.

Bruce In The USA
Jun 26
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Great Lakes Center For the Arts 800 Bay Harbor Drive Bay Harbor, MI 49770

Saturday, June 26 from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

“The most powerful and intense Springsteen tribute on the planet” -Legends In Concert, The Bruce In The USA Band consists of seasoned, world-class, professional musicians and has hosted acts/bands such as Queen/Paul Rogers, Meatloaf, Blue Oyster Cult, Hall and Oats, Joe Cocker, The Ojays, Aretha Franklin, David Cassidy, The Temptations, Slash… and so many more. This high-end, powerhouse band has taken this genre of performance art to a whole new level, making it the World’s #1 Tribute to the E Street Band’s musical legacy. Matt Ryan, from the world-famous Legends In Concert cast, began playing the Springsteen character in 2000, and now has expanded it into the Bruce In The USA show that performs across the globe. To millions of diehard fans around the world, it’s Springsteen’s marathon, party-like performances that have elevated him to hero status. Bruce’s legendary concerts (in the largest arenas) sell-out within hours of the announced sale. For those even lucky enough to get a ticket, there was nothing that could fill the aching void in between Bruce’s long-awaited tours…until now…

The Lonely Lovers perform at Lavender Hill Farm
Jun 26
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
7354 Horton Bay Rd N, Boyne City, MI 49712

Saturday, June 26 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

The Lonely Lovers is a northern-Michigan musical collaborative helmed by Mark Blaauw-Hara and featuring the contributions of a number of local musicians, including Jen Schaap, Caroline Barlow, Jamie Platte, Ann Stebelton, Chris Graham, Kevin Putman, Greg Carpenter, Cody Farrier, and Chris Koury. The usual live line-up features Mark, Jen, and Caroline on vocals, bass, and guitars, along with Chris, Kevin, or Greg on the drum kit. Both in the recorded music and in their live show, the joy they feel at playing together is palpable. The Lonely Lovers write songs that tell the stories of Michigan folks who are trying to get by and find connections with one another. Sometimes these folks get it right, and sometimes things take an unexpected turn. The group’s songs follow in the tradition of place-based musical storytellers like the Turnpike Troubadours, the Drive-By Truckers, and Bruce Springsteen, resonating authentic experience with every chord. thelonelylovers.bandcamp.com  

Summer Concert Series
Jun 26
Zion Lutheran Church
In the Church parking lot 350 Pearl Street, Cadillac

Saturday, June 26 at 6:00 pm

Zion Lutheran Church

Our Summer Concerts include different styles and varieties of Christian music: barbershop, traditional Gospel, country Gospel, contemporary Christian, Blue grass, Blues and Rock! All concerts at 6pm. Here is the line up: June 12 - "Cole Minors" & "Shoreline" June 19 - "Beulah Land Quartet" June 26 - "Pictures of Grace" July 3 - "Feast of Trumpets" July 10 - "The Walkers" July 17 - "Jim Quales" July 24 - "Royal Heirs" July 31 - "Westbrooks" August 7- "Kate & John Denner" August 14 - "Small Town Sons"

The Series Presents: The Rough & Tumble
Jun 26
Petoskey Events
Lavender Hill Farm - 7354 Horton Bay Road N.,Boyne City,MI,49712

Saturday, June 26 from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Petoskey Events

The Series at Lavender Hill Farm is a live music concert series held in our beautifully renovated multi-use barn starring some of the best talent from across the United States and beyond. The bands are carefully selected to uniquely represent a wide array of music styles and bring an unexpected variety to Northern Michigan. Guests arrive early and enjoy picnicking with friends on our lawn overlooking fields of lavender. Our venue built in 1920 has been skillfully adapted with lighting sound and stage. We hope that you enjoy your time on our farm and welcome you to make The Series at Lavender Hill Farm a summer tradition.• Our shows will sell out quickly as seating is extremely limited this season.• Picnicking is welcome before shows beginning at 5:30 PM.• Local Ground outdoor performances are from 6-7 PM.• Theater seating begins at 6:30 PM.• Main stage shows begin at 7:30 PM.• Lawn seats are for your listening pleasure and may not have a view of the artist or stage. BYO CAMP CHAIR.Visit our website for more information or to purchase tickets! HTTPS://LAVENDERHILLFARM.COM/THE-SERIES/ALL SALES FINAL.THE ROUGH & TUMBLEThe Rough & Tumble aren’t casual road dogs but they aren’t letting on either. Since 2011 this dumpster-folk/thriftstore Americana duo’s upbeat commanding stage presence and sharp banter earworm-inducing melodies and heartstring lyrics have been making friends of strangers across the four corners of the United States. Since hitting the road full time in 2015 after a bad landlord left them freezing in a Nashville ice storm The Rough & Tumble (Mallory Graham & Scott Tyler) have been defying genre stereotypes and embracing the rambling life with their multi-instrumentation meandering shenanigans and genuine songwriting– all packed into a 16’ camper with two 100lb rescue dogsTheir most recent album 2019’s Howling Back at the Wounded Dog was met with an enthusiastic response from fans and critics alike engaging audiences who are literally howling back coast-to-coast. The opening track “The Hardest Part ” was judged Americana Song of the year by the 2019 Independent Music Awards. You can find more on The Rough & Tumble their monthly blogs their weekly comic strip or their updated tour schedule at WWW.THEROUGHANDTUMBLE.COM.SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities participating in artisan classes or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.

The Series Presents: The Rough & Tumble
Jun 26
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
7354 Horton Bay Rd. North, Boyne City, MI 49712

Saturday, June 26 from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

The Series at Lavender Hill Farm is a live music concert series held in our beautifully renovated, multi-use barn starring some of the best talent from across the United States and beyond. The bands are carefully selected to uniquely represent a wide array of music styles and bring an unexpected variety to Northern Michigan. Guests arrive early and enjoy picnicking with friends on our lawn overlooking fields of lavender. Our venue, built in 1920, has been skillfully adapted with lighting, sound, and stage. We hope that you enjoy your time on our farm and welcome you to make The Series at Lavender Hill Farm a summer tradition. • Our shows will sell out quickly as seating is extremely limited this season. • Picnicking is welcome before shows beginning at 5:30 PM. • Local Ground outdoor performances are from 6-7 PM. • Theater seating begins at 6:30 PM. • Main stage shows begin at 7:30 PM. • Lawn seats are for your listening pleasure and may not have a view of the artist or stage. BYO CAMP CHAIR.   Visit our website for more information or to purchase tickets! HTTPS://LAVENDERHILLFARM.COM/THE-SERIES/   ALL SALES FINAL. THE ROUGH & TUMBLE The Rough & Tumble aren’t casual road dogs, but they aren’t letting on, either. Since 2011, this dumpster-folk/thriftstore Americana duo’s upbeat, commanding stage presence and sharp banter, earworm-inducing melodies and heartstring lyrics have been making friends of strangers across the four corners of the United States. Since hitting the road full time in 2015 after a bad landlord left them freezing in a Nashville ice storm, The Rough & Tumble (Mallory Graham & Scott Tyler) have been defying genre stereotypes and embracing the rambling life with their multi-instrumentation, meandering shenanigans, and genuine songwriting– all packed into a 16’ camper with two 100lb rescue dogs Their most recent album, 2019’s Howling Back at the Wounded Dog was met with an enthusiastic response from fans and critics alike, engaging audiences who are literally howling back coast-to-coast. The opening track, “The Hardest Part,” was judged Americana Song of the year by the 2019 Independent Music Awards. You can find more on The Rough & Tumble, their monthly blogs, their weekly comic strip, or their updated tour schedule at WWW.THEROUGHANDTUMBLE.COM.   SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities, participating in artisan classes, or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Bruce In The USA: A Tribute To Bruce Springsteen & EStreet Band
Jun 26
Petoskey Events
Great Lakes Center for the Arts - 800 Bay Harbor Drive,Bay Harbor,MI

Saturday, June 26 from 8:00 pm to 9:30 pm

Petoskey Events

The Bruce In The USA Band consists of seasoned, world-class, professional musicians and has hosted acts/bands such as Queen/Paul Rogers, Meatloaf, Blue Oyster Cult, Hall and Oats, Joe Cocker, The Ojays, Aretha Franklin, David Cassidy, The Temptations, Slash… and so many more. This high end, powerhouse band has taken this genre of performance art to a whole new level, making it the World’s #1 Tribute to the E Street Band’s musical legacy.Matt Ryan, from the world-famous Legends In Concert cast, began playing the Springsteen character in 2000, and now has expanded it into the Bruce In The USA show that performs across the globe. To millions of diehard fans around the world, it’s Springsteen’s marathon, party-like performances that have elevated him to hero status. Bruce’s legendary concerts (in the largest arenas) sell-out within hours of the announced sale. For those even lucky enough to get a ticket, there was nothing that could fill the aching void in between Bruce’s long-awaited tours…until now…

Bruce In The USA: A Tribute To Bruce Springsteen & EStreet Band
Jun 26
Charlevoix Area Chamber of Commerce
The Great Lakes Center For the Arts 800 Bay Harbor Dr. Petoskey MI, 49770

Saturday, June 26 from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Charlevoix Area Chamber of Commerce

“The most powerful and intense Springsteen tribute on the planet” -Legends In Concert This high end, powerhouse band has taken this genre of performance art to a whole new level, making it the World’s #1 Tribute to the E Street Band’s musical legacy. The Bruce In The USA Band consists of seasoned, world-class, professional musicians and has hosted acts/bands such as Queen/Paul Rogers, Meatloaf, Blue Oyster Cult, Hall and Oats, Joe Cocker, The Ojays, Aretha Franklin, David Cassidy, The Temptations, Slash… and so many more.

Bruce In The USA
Jun 26
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Great Lakes Center For the Arts 800 Bay Harbor Drive Bay Harbor, MI 49770

Saturday, June 26 from 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

“The most powerful and intense Springsteen tribute on the planet” -Legends In Concert, The Bruce In The USA Band consists of seasoned, world-class, professional musicians and has hosted acts/bands such as Queen/Paul Rogers, Meatloaf, Blue Oyster Cult, Hall and Oats, Joe Cocker, The Ojays, Aretha Franklin, David Cassidy, The Temptations, Slash… and so many more. This high-end, powerhouse band has taken this genre of performance art to a whole new level, making it the World’s #1 Tribute to the E Street Band’s musical legacy. Matt Ryan, from the world-famous Legends In Concert cast, began playing the Springsteen character in 2000, and now has expanded it into the Bruce In The USA show that performs across the globe. To millions of diehard fans around the world, it’s Springsteen’s marathon, party-like performances that have elevated him to hero status. Bruce’s legendary concerts (in the largest arenas) sell-out within hours of the announced sale. For those even lucky enough to get a ticket, there was nothing that could fill the aching void in between Bruce’s long-awaited tours…until now…

YMCA of Northern Michigan 2021 Summer Camps
Jun 27
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Depending on the camp, it will base out of Central or Ottawa Elementary Schools.

Sunday, June 27 All Day

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Memories are made every day at camp! Making new friends, learning new skills, understanding more about the natural world and each other is what Camp is all about. Each day offers many enjoyable activities to choose from including arts & crafts, outdoor education, swimming, hiking, field trips, yoga and so much more!

Closed
Jun 27
Coleman Area Library
Coleman Area Library, 1st St, Coleman, MI 48618, USA

Sunday, June 27 All Day

Coleman Area Library

The Library is closed on Sundays and Mondays. Library Hours: Sunday - closed, Monday - closed, Tuesday - 9am to 5pm, Wednesday - 9am to 5pm, Thursday - 12:30pm to 8:30pm, Friday - 9am to 5pm, Saturday - 8am to noon **Don't forget, even though the library is closed, our "Virtual Library" is always open! Download eBooks and eAudiobooks with your Coleman Area library card. Click the eBooks graphic on the home page to get started.

Friends Book Sale!
Jun 27
Charlevoix Public Library
Charlevoix Public Library at Community Room A+B -

Sunday, June 27 from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Charlevoix Public Library

Friends Book Sale!

Volleyball Open Gym
Jun 27
Sault Area High School Building Events
Gym

Sunday, June 27 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Sault Area High School Building Events

Queer Tales Book Club: Cantoras
Jun 27
Traverse Area District Library
Zoom Meeting, MI, United States

Sunday, June 27 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Traverse Area District Library

Join us online for Queer Tales Book Club where we chat about books that are by LGBTQ+ authors or about LGBTQ+ characters and themes. Reading is not required, and everyone is welcome.  Below are the monthly book picks. If there isn’t a copy available in the catalog, try Libby, Hoopla, or MeLCat! We hang out on the last Sunday of the month at 4pm. This month’s book:Cantoras by Carolina de Robertis   Registration is required for this event via Zoom. Click here to register!

Queer Tales Book Club: Cantoras
Jun 27
Interlochen Public Library
Zoom Meeting, MI, United States

Sunday, June 27 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Interlochen Public Library

Join us online for Queer Tales Book Club where we chat about books that are by LGBTQ+ authors or about LGBTQ+ characters and themes. Reading is not required, and everyone is welcome.  Below are the monthly book picks. If there isn’t a copy available in the catalog, try Libby, Hoopla, or MeLCat! We hang out on the last Sunday of the month at 4pm. This month’s book:Cantoras by Carolina de Robertis   Registration is required for this event via Zoom. Click here to register!

Sound Bath at Lavender Hill Farm
Jun 27
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
7354 Horton Bay Rd. North, Boyne City, MI 49712

Sunday, June 27 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Lay back and relax while receiving the sounds of antique Tibetan singing bowls, alchemy quarts crystal singing bowls, Chinese and symphonic gongs. Words always fall short in describing the kind of euphoria and transformation that can be felt from a sound bath. These healing vibrations will touch every cell of your physical body while balancing you energetically, spiritually and emotionally. The peace you have been seeking awaits and all you need to to is relax and receive. Dress comfortably, bring a yoga mat and any extra blankets and pillows you may need for laying on the ground. Participants can bring a folding chair if desired. Tickets $25

Opening Vesper Concert: There's No Place Like Home
Jun 27
Petoskey Events
John M. Hall Auditorium - 1725 Encampment Avenue,Bay View,MI,49770

Sunday, June 27 from 8:00 pm to 9:30 pm

Petoskey Events

The official opening concert of the 2021 season features contributions of world-famous violinist Hugo Gottesman, composer Irving Berlin, and other immigrants as we all seek to find our place in this world. Underwritten by the William Davis Green Foundation, this concert features a seamless, spiritual evening of music celebrating our season's theme.

YMCA of Northern Michigan 2021 Summer Camps
Jun 28
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Depending on the camp, it will base out of Central or Ottawa Elementary Schools.

Monday, June 28 All Day

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Memories are made every day at camp! Making new friends, learning new skills, understanding more about the natural world and each other is what Camp is all about. Each day offers many enjoyable activities to choose from including arts & crafts, outdoor education, swimming, hiking, field trips, yoga and so much more!

Closed
Jun 28
Coleman Area Library
Coleman Area Library, 1st St, Coleman, MI 48618, USA

Monday, June 28 All Day

Coleman Area Library

The Library is closed on Sundays and Mondays. Library Hours: Sunday - closed, Monday - closed, Tuesday - 9am to 5pm, Wednesday - 9am to 5pm, Thursday - 12:30pm to 8:30pm, Friday - 9am to 5pm, Saturday - 8am to noon **Don't forget, even though the library is closed, our "Virtual Library" is always open! Download eBooks and eAudiobooks with your Coleman Area library card. Click the eBooks graphic on the home page to get started.

Friends Book Sale - Takedown
Jun 28
Charlevoix Public Library
Charlevoix Public Library at Community Room A+B -

Monday, June 28 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Charlevoix Public Library

Friends Book Sale - Takedown

Animal Storytime on the Front Lawn
Jun 28
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Monday, June 28 from 11:00 am to 11:30 am

Traverse Area District Library

Join us for Summer Reading Club Tails & Tales animal themed story time  on the front lawn of the library. This program features stories, songs, fingerplays and fun! Bring your own blanket or lawn chairs or borrow one of our neat sheets.

Charlevoix Elks Club Blood Drive
Jun 28
Charlevoix Area Chamber of Commerce
Charlevoix, MI 49720

Monday, June 28 from 11:15 am to 6:30 pm

Charlevoix Area Chamber of Commerce

The Charlevoix Elks Club is having a blood drive in the Community Room. Appointments are preferred and can be made at versiti.org/miblood or by calling 866-642-5663. The Elks Club is located at 12735 US 31. All blood will be tested for COVID-19 Antibodies. Thank you for saving lives!

Al-Anon
Jun 28
Charlevoix Public Library
Charlevoix Public Library at Trustees Conference Room -

Monday, June 28 from 12:00 pm to 2:30 pm

Charlevoix Public Library

Meeting

Full Steam Ahead: Life Cycle & Metamorphosis (on Zoom)
Jun 28
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Monday, June 28 from 4:00 pm to 4:45 pm

Interlochen Public Library

The University of Michigan’s Museum of Natural History joins us for a special Summer Reading version of Full STEAM Ahead! Discover the stages in the life cycle and metamorphosis of a variety of different animals. Students get to see how these animals change throughout their lifetimes by seeing their instructor dress up.  Hands-On Activity: Students will complete a life cycle matching game and observe insects in their own backyard, schoolyard or nearby park while collecting loose parts to build a model of the butterfly life cycle.  Join us on Zoom using this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82935834416 Space available for up to 48 patrons to join us in our McGuire Community Room for a virtual viewing of this program.  

Full Steam Ahead: Life Cycle & Metamorphosis (on Zoom)
Jun 28
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Monday, June 28 from 4:00 pm to 4:45 pm

Traverse Area District Library

The University of Michigan’s Museum of Natural History joins us for a special Summer Reading version of Full STEAM Ahead! Discover the stages in the life cycle and metamorphosis of a variety of different animals. Students get to see how these animals change throughout their lifetimes by seeing their instructor dress up.  Hands-On Activity: Students will complete a life cycle matching game and observe insects in their own backyard, schoolyard or nearby park while collecting loose parts to build a model of the butterfly life cycle.  Join us on Zoom using this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82935834416 Space available for up to 48 patrons to join us in our McGuire Community Room for a virtual viewing of this program.  

MUG: Mac Users Group
Jun 28
Charlevoix Public Library
Charlevoix Public Library at Trustees Conference Room -

Monday, June 28 from 5:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Charlevoix Public Library

This group of Mac computer users gathers weekly for tips, problem solving, and special topics.

Main Street DDA Board Meeting
Jun 28
City of Charlevoix Main Street DDA Calendar
City Hall Council Chambers - 210 State Street Charlevoix MI 49720

Monday, June 28 from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm

City of Charlevoix Main Street DDA Calendar

http://charlevoixmi.gov/calendar.aspx?EID=159

Moheb Soliman Book Reading
Jun 28
Ludington
Waterfront Park - 300 S William Street Ludington MI 49431

Monday, June 28 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Ludington

Author and Poet Moheb Soliman will discuss his new book of poetry "HOMES" http://www.ludington.mi.us/calendar.aspx?EID=951

Dementia Awareness Support Group
Jun 28
Senior Advocacy Networking Group
Missaukee County Library

Monday, June 28 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Senior Advocacy Networking Group

Join us each month at Missaukee County Library to learn how dementia affects your, your family, your businesses and community. Together we can make a change toward accepting, understanding, education and helping those affected by this disease. Call 231-876-0611 for more information. Meets monthly on the 4th Monday of each month, 6 pm - 7 pm

Regular Meeting-City Commission
Jun 28
City of Mt Pleasant
Virtual

Monday, June 28 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

City of Mt Pleasant

Click here for more information!

YMCA of Northern Michigan 2021 Summer Camps
Jun 29
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Depending on the camp, it will base out of Central or Ottawa Elementary Schools.

Tuesday, June 29 All Day

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Memories are made every day at camp! Making new friends, learning new skills, understanding more about the natural world and each other is what Camp is all about. Each day offers many enjoyable activities to choose from including arts & crafts, outdoor education, swimming, hiking, field trips, yoga and so much more!

Lotus of Ludington Summer Yoga Series
Jun 29
Ludington
Rotary Park (City Park) - 500 W Ludington Ave. Ludington MI 49431

Tuesday, June 29 from 9:00 am to 10:00 am

Ludington

Yoga in the Park http://www.ludington.mi.us/calendar.aspx?EID=835

Zumba
Jun 29
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
7354 Horton Bay Rd. North, Boyne City, MI 49712

Tuesday, June 29 from 9:00 am to 10:00 am

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Join personal trainer and fitness instructor Tyra Fortson for her fantastic summer fitness classes at the farm.  Her classes are great for all fitness levels and will offer whole body training in a positive, encouraging, and motivating atmosphere. Let’s start our mornings out strong and healthy, moving our bodies in a beautiful setting. Zumba– A type of dance fitness that has been around since the 1990s. It is the backbone of the dance fitness craze and incorporates a variety of Latin-inspired and pop dance moves with music to promote a healthy heart as well as a healthy dose of aerobic activity.  Zumba is a fun and exciting way to build and tone muscle, improve cardio, promote flexibility, and decrease stress. All levels of fitness are welcome. Low and high impact modifications are given. WHEN: Weekly, Every Tuesday 9-10am – First Class is June 15th Last Class is August 17th AGES:  15 & up. COST: $15 per class – Cash, Check, & Cash App accepted   Contact Tyra at tyralstrong@aol.com or 248-894-6648 for details on how to sign up for an all class inclusive “Build Your Summer Body” fitness package.   REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is encouraged but not required.  E-mail or call Tyra to pre-register and reserve your spot early at tyralstrong@aol.com or 248-894-6648. Drop-ins are welcome.   All sessions are outdoors – If raining class will be cancelled   PLEASE BRING: Water bottle, tennis shoes, and your dance moves! ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Hi, my name is Tyra Fortson. I am so excited to join the Lavender Hill Fitness teaching team this coming summer. I am currently an art teacher and fitness instructor down state and have been teaching art for fifteen years and fitness for four years. I recently completed my personal training through ISSA and have taught many style fitness classes including Zumba, Weight training, Better Backs Yoga, Cardio Interval variety classes, Barre, Power Barre, Spin, Stretch, Cardio drumming, HIIT, and Bootcamp. I have been given the blessing of being able to spend the past ten summers and much free time in the Charlevoix area, and I love being in northern Michigan and the beauty of our surroundings. I spend a lot of time outdoors enjoying many activities, with friends, family, and community and have always had strong passion for fitness, health, and wellbeing both physically and emotionally throughout one’s life. SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities, participating in artisan classes, or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Technology Approval Project
Jun 29
Midland Public Schools
Administration Center - Technology Conference Room

Tuesday, June 29 from 9:30 am to 11:30 am

Midland Public Schools

Project to establish a common technology approval process for software, applications, network resources, and hardware. https://app.espace.cool/Public/Event/11817/1712432/2942677/38624086

Beneath the Moon and Under the Sun: Landscape Paintings by Heidi A. Marshall
Jun 29
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Crooked Tree Arts Center 461 E. Mitchell Street Petoskey, MI 49770

Tuesday, June 29 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

The land is the first part of the story. Simply by being, it invites possibility for expression. Heidi Marshall's pastel paintings capture the grace, power, and emotion of the land that inspires her. The changing light, complex colors, and the fleeting beauty of a moment hang in each composition. Yet through her sensitive and nuanced marks, the paintings transcend mere documentation. Born from places of great joy, moments of beauty, and contemplation, Marshall's landscapes are expressive representations of her own well of experiences.  Heidi is Crooked Tree's featured artist for this year's Dart for Art and her paintings will be housed in the Gilbert Gallery at CTAC Petoskey starting June 18th and ending September 4th.   CTAC-Petoskey exhibitions are made possible thanks to our Visual Arts Presenter, North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate.

Past Is Present: A Dart Featured Artist Retrospective
Jun 29
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Crooked Tree Arts Center 461 East Mitchell Street Petoskey, MI 49770

Tuesday, June 29 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

This retrospective exhibition highlights the outstanding work of CTAC's past Dart for Art featured artists. Works from the past and present are woven together for this trip down memory lane. We are honored to recognize these artists as we celebrate our 50th anniversary. 2004 - Cynthia Rutherford 2005 - Kelli Snively 2006 - Jane Diller 2007 - Larissa Flynn 2008 - Ruth Petzold 2009 - Rick Ford 2010 - Lynn Dinning 2011 - Elizabeth Pollie 2012 - Sue Bolt 2013 - June Otis 2014 - Tom Moran 2015 - Kevin Barton Barton's Art Loft 2016 - Rosita Gendernalik & Martha Landis 2017 - Mary Hramiec Hoffman 2018 - Stephen Palmer of Palmer's Running Dog Studio 2019 - Elizabeth Blair Fine Pearls 2020 - Trisha Witty   CTAC-Petoskey exhibitions are made possible thanks to our Visual Arts Presenter, North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate.

Summer Reading Clubhouse
Jun 29
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Tuesday, June 29 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Interlochen Public Library

It’s a one stop Summer Reading Clubhouse! Families can join us on the front lawn of the Main Library to pick up free books to keep, crafts to work on at home, and report their summer reading minutes beginning Tuesday, June 22nd. In addition to the above, we’ll also provide free and healthy snacks to any child who requests one! Snacks are available on the front lawn in our Summer Reading Clubhouse (Tuesday and Thursdays), and during visits to other locations around town. Thank you to GoGo squeeZ and Oryana Food Co-op for providing over 600 snacks for our Clubhouse!

Summer Reading Clubhouse
Jun 29
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Tuesday, June 29 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Traverse Area District Library

It’s a one stop Summer Reading Clubhouse! Families can join us on the front lawn of the Main Library to pick up free books to keep, crafts to work on at home, and report their summer reading minutes beginning Tuesday, June 22nd. In addition to the above, we’ll also provide free and healthy snacks to any child who requests one! Snacks are available on the front lawn in our Summer Reading Clubhouse (Tuesday and Thursdays), and during visits to other locations around town. Thank you to GoGo squeeZ and Oryana Food Co-op for providing over 600 snacks for our Clubhouse!

Sprouts Book Yoga for 3 to 6 Years
Jun 29
Charlevoix Public Library
Charlevoix Public Library - 220 West Clinton Street,Charlevoix,MI,49720

Tuesday, June 29 at 10:30 am

Charlevoix Public Library

Join us for a morning of fun social distancing with friends reading books and doing yoga! Explore balance flexibility  strength and relaxation. Laurie Witt is a Registered Yoga Teacher with a Masters in Literacy Instruction and a strong passion for books and teaching. Yoga mats are provided for participation in class and sanitized after each use. Please dress comfortably for exercise in the outdoors. Parents/caregivers do need to be present at the library for class but do NOT need to participate directly. Meets in Children's Garden .Please use this link to register for THIS date June 29or call 231-237-7350:http://host.evanced.info/charlevoix/evanced/eventsignup.asp?ID=14669& ret=eventcalendar.aspMAX: 10 participants per class/session (Patrons may register for some or all sessions as each session is an individual event.)

Mother Goose
Jun 29
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Tuesday, June 29 from 11:00 am to 11:20 am

Traverse Area District Library

Miss Michele leads families with young children through songs, rhymes and books. (ages 12-24 months) This event will be out on our front lawn. If the weather is inclement we will meet in the McGuire Community Room.

Mother Goose
Jun 29
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Tuesday, June 29 from 11:00 am to 11:20 am

Interlochen Public Library

Miss Michele leads families with young children through songs, rhymes and books. (ages 12-24 months) This event will be out on our front lawn. If the weather is inclement we will meet in the McGuire Community Room.

Rainbow Teens
Jun 29
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Tuesday, June 29 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Interlochen Public Library

Discuss diverse books, craft in many colors, and just be you. Meet up on the lawn in front of the library.

Rainbow Teens
Jun 29
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Tuesday, June 29 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Traverse Area District Library

Discuss diverse books, craft in many colors, and just be you. Meet up on the lawn in front of the library.

Teen Craft
Jun 29
White Cloud Community Library
1038 E Wilcox Ave, White Cloud, MI 49349

Tuesday, June 29 from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm

White Cloud Community Library

We will be having two teen crafts in June! make sure to keep an eye out for more information.

Animal Bingo (McGuire Room)
Jun 29
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Tuesday, June 29 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Traverse Area District Library

Join Miss Linda for Animal Bingo!  Just like regular Bingo, but with animals!

Animal Bingo (McGuire Room)
Jun 29
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Tuesday, June 29 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Interlochen Public Library

Join Miss Linda for Animal Bingo!  Just like regular Bingo, but with animals!

USCG Auxiliary, Station Charlevoix
Jun 29
Charlevoix Public Library
Charlevoix Public Library at Community Room A+B -

Tuesday, June 29 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Charlevoix Public Library

Boating Safety Class

Fiber with Friends
Jun 29
Indian River Area Library
Indian River Area Library, 3546 S Straits Hwy, Indian River, MI, 49749, United States

Tuesday, June 29 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Indian River Area Library

Do you have a craft made of fiber and want to work on it with friends? Come bring it to the Indian River Area Library every Tuesday from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. This includes any fiber – knitting, sewing, crocheting, spinning, or anything else you can think of! Event is limited to four people in the Makerspace room and overflow attendees will work in the main space of the library. Sign up under the Events tab by clicking on “Fiber with Friends”. 

Fiber with Friends
Jun 29
Indian River Library
Indian River Area Library, 3546 S Straits Hwy, Indian River, MI, 49749, United States

Tuesday, June 29 from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Indian River Library

Do you have a craft made of fiber and want to work on it with friends? Come bring it to the Indian River Area Library every Tuesday from 5:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. This includes any fiber – knitting, sewing, crocheting, spinning, or anything else you can think of! Event is limited to four people in the Makerspace room and overflow attendees will work in the main space of the library. Sign up under the Events tab by clicking on “Fiber with Friends”. 

Teen Summer Book Club
Jun 29
Wexford County Community Events
411 S. Lake St., Cadillac, MI 49601

Tuesday, June 29 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Wexford County Community Events

Grades 9th - 12thJoin us for a monthly book discussion Pick up a book copy the 1st week of the month; we will discuss it the last Tuesday of the month. Meets outdoors, so dress accordingly. June 29th: Firekeeper's Daughter (Boulley).July 27: The Oracle Code (Nijkamp).August 31: Long Way Down (Reynolds).

East Bay Book Club (Via Zoom)
Jun 29
Traverse Area District Library
East Bay Branch Library, 1989 Three Mile Rd, Traverse City, MI, 49696, United States

Tuesday, June 29 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Traverse Area District Library

The East Bay Branch Library Book Club is going virtual! Join us via zoom for a relaxed and friendly book discussion.   The selection for June is Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal.   Registration is required for this Event. Register Here  For more information, call the East Bay Branch Library at (231) 922-2085 or e-mail us at ebb@tadl.org.

East Bay Book Club (Via Zoom)
Jun 29
Interlochen Public Library
East Bay Branch Library, 1989 Three Mile Rd, Traverse City, MI, 49696, United States

Tuesday, June 29 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Interlochen Public Library

The East Bay Branch Library Book Club is going virtual! Join us via zoom for a relaxed and friendly book discussion.   The selection for June is Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal.   Registration is required for this Event. Register Here  For more information, call the East Bay Branch Library at (231) 922-2085 or e-mail us at ebb@tadl.org.

Night of the Arts Gallery Walk
Jun 29
Petoskey Events
Downtown Harbor Springs - ,Harbor Springs,MI

Tuesday, June 29 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Petoskey Events

Every evening is special in Harbor Springs, but for art lovers, this evening is particularly so!  Art in a wide array of mediums including oils, precious metals, gemstones, pearls, acrylics, clay, bronze, glass, and more will be on exhibit in area galleries.Come early and enjoy a walk along Harbor  Springs' beautiful waterfront or get a bite to eat at one of the delightful options.

East Bay Book Club (Via Zoom)
Jun 29
East Bay Branch Library
East Bay Branch Library, 1989 Three Mile Rd, Traverse City, MI, 49696, United States

Tuesday, June 29 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

East Bay Branch Library

The East Bay Branch Library Book Club is going virtual! Join us via zoom for a relaxed and friendly book discussion.   The selection for June is Kitchens of the Great Midwest by J. Ryan Stradal.   Registration is required for this Event. Register Here  For more information, call the East Bay Branch Library at (231) 922-2085 or e-mail us at ebb@tadl.org.

Belly Dancing
Jun 29
Petoskey Events
Lavender Hill Farm - 7354 Horton Bay Road N.,Boyne City,MI,49712

Tuesday, June 29 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Petoskey Events

Belly dance is a beautiful empowering dynamic movement for all bodies and ages that intuitively flows with our bodies. Belly dance is known to help increase bone density it is a form of low impact exercise it is stress reducing and can aid in boosting one’s self esteem. No experience needed just be ready to have fun :).WHEN: 6:30-8 PM on June 29th July 27th & August 24th 2021AGES: All Ages Welcome  COST: $25 per person.  Forms of payment accepted are PayPal Venmo or CashLola does provide belly dance coin scarves that you may use during the class or she will also have coin scarves available for purchase before class. REGISTRATION: Pre-Registration is required.  Call or Email Lola to sign up: (906)440-3903 or LOLASKENNEDY@GMAIL.COM.  You can also find Lola on Instagram @lola_shannon and Facebook Lola Kennedy.  This class has a minimum and maximum attendance requirement so reserve your spot today! If participant minimum is not met two days prior the workshop will be cancelled and you will be notified by the instructor.  This class will be held outdoors and in case of inclement weather Lola will contact you with a rescheduled date and time.PLEASE BRING: Wear clothing you feel comfortable moving in bring layers and bring shoes you feel comfortable dancing in if you do not feel comfortable dancing barefoot. You may also bring your own coin scarf purchase a coin scarf from Lola before the class or use a coin scarf that she provides.?ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Lola Kennedy began belly dancing in 2006 with the performance group the Zaghereets in Sault Ontario. She began teaching belly dance in 2013 in Canada and the states after returning home from a musical theatre program in New York City where she was able to further her dance studies in classical and contemporary dance along with voice and acting. Lola brings a refreshing effervescence to her classes along with her kind approachable demeanor. She loves sharing this beautiful empowering connecting feminine movement with all people. Belly dance is an amazing movement tool to help us bring play joy creativity body awareness and self-love into our lives. This movement has helped Lola become more aware of her own body her thoughts and the ways in which the outside world can affect how we feel about ourselves. Lola is also a 200-hour certified yoga teacher. She is a reiki master practitioner and will soon be a reiki master teacher. Lola incorporates her vocal performance yoga and energy healing backgrounds creating a unique style of teaching. She has married these backgrounds giving her classes feelings of joy groundedness connection and love.  SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities participating in artisan classes or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Designing Your Life with Maureen Voss
Jun 29
Charlevoix Public Library
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Tuesday, June 29 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Charlevoix Public Library

Has 2020 caused you to rethink the direction of your life? Traverse City resident Maureen Voss, a Designing Your Life facilitator and Life Coach, can help you organize your thoughts, explore new ideas and help you begin moving in a new direction.***Program will take place via Zoom***

Belly Dancing
Jun 29
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
7354 Horton Bay Rd. North, Boyne City, MI 49712

Tuesday, June 29 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Belly dance is a beautiful, empowering, dynamic movement for all bodies and ages that intuitively flows with our bodies. Belly dance is known to help increase bone density, it is a form of low impact exercise, it is stress reducing, and can aid in boosting one’s self esteem. No experience needed, just be ready to have fun :). WHEN: 6:30-8 PM on June 29th, July 27th, & August 24th, 2021 AGES: All Ages Welcome   COST: $25 per person.  Forms of payment accepted are PayPal, Venmo or Cash Lola does provide belly dance coin scarves that you may use during the class or she will also have coin scarves available for purchase before class.   REGISTRATION: Pre-Registration is required.  Call or Email Lola to sign up: (906)440-3903 or LOLASKENNEDY@GMAIL.COM.  You can also find Lola on Instagram @lola_shannon and Facebook Lola Kennedy.  This class has a minimum and maximum attendance requirement so reserve your spot today! If participant minimum is not met two days prior, the workshop will be cancelled and, you will be notified by the instructor.   This class will be held outdoors and in case of inclement weather Lola will contact you with a rescheduled date and time. PLEASE BRING: Wear clothing you feel comfortable moving in, bring layers, and bring shoes you feel comfortable dancing in if you do not feel comfortable dancing barefoot. You may also bring your own coin scarf, purchase a coin scarf from Lola before the class, or use a coin scarf that she provides. ? ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Lola Kennedy began belly dancing in 2006 with the performance group, the Zaghereets, in Sault, Ontario. She began teaching belly dance in 2013 in Canada and the states after returning home from a musical theatre program in New York City, where she was able to further her dance studies in classical and contemporary dance along with voice and acting. Lola brings a refreshing effervescence to her classes along with her kind, approachable demeanor. She loves sharing this beautiful, empowering, connecting, feminine movement with all people. Belly dance is an amazing movement tool to help us bring play, joy, creativity, body awareness, and self-love into our lives. This movement has helped Lola become more aware of her own body, her thoughts, and the ways in which the outside world can affect how we feel about ourselves. Lola is also a 200-hour certified yoga teacher. She is a reiki master practitioner and will soon be a reiki master teacher. Lola incorporates her vocal performance, yoga, and energy healing backgrounds creating a unique style of teaching. She has married these backgrounds giving her classes feelings of joy, groundedness, connection, and love.   SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities, participating in artisan classes, or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Books & Brewskis: Aunty Lee's Delights
Jun 29
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Tuesday, June 29 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Traverse Area District Library

Books & Brewskis is going virtual! Grab a drink and join us as we discuss robust books. The book selection this month is: Aunty Lee's delights / A Singaporean Mystery Summary: After losing her husband, Rosie Lee could have become one of Singapore's "tai tai," an idle rich lady. Instead she is building a culinary empire from her restaurant, Aunty Lee's Delights, where spicy Singaporean meals are graciously served to locals and tourists alike. But when a body is found in one of Singapore's tourist havens and one of her guests fails to show at a dinner party, Aunty Lee knows that the two events are likely connected. Call Number: FIC YU  Source: https://catalog.tadl.org/main/details?id=46737721 Registration is required for this event via Zoom. Register Here

Books & Brewskis: Aunty Lee's Delights
Jun 29
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Tuesday, June 29 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Interlochen Public Library

Books & Brewskis is going virtual! Grab a drink and join us as we discuss robust books. The book selection this month is: Aunty Lee's delights / A Singaporean Mystery Summary: After losing her husband, Rosie Lee could have become one of Singapore's "tai tai," an idle rich lady. Instead she is building a culinary empire from her restaurant, Aunty Lee's Delights, where spicy Singaporean meals are graciously served to locals and tourists alike. But when a body is found in one of Singapore's tourist havens and one of her guests fails to show at a dinner party, Aunty Lee knows that the two events are likely connected. Call Number: FIC YU  Source: https://catalog.tadl.org/main/details?id=46737721 Registration is required for this event via Zoom. Register Here

DANCE NIGHT WITH JAZZNORTH at Old Town Playhouse
Jun 29
Old Town Playhouse
148 E 8th St, Traverse City, MI 49684

Tuesday, June 29 from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm

Old Town Playhouse

Sit and relax or get up and dance. JazzNorth is a little Big Band comprised of area professional musicians who play a large variety of genres: classic swing, Latin, funk, rock, blues, ballads, originals, and "danceable jazz". Whether sitting or dancing, it can be a delightful evening. Tickets are $20 for Adults and $13 for Youth. Buy them online at www.oldtownplayhouse.com, by phone, or at the Box Office. Bring your own chair or use one of ours. Bring your own food and make it a picnic. Any remaining health department guidelines will be followed. For more information, send email to tickets@oldtownplayhouse.com or call 231-947-2210, ext.2. (In case of rain we will strive to reschedule for a future day with ticket holders free to exchange their tickets, receive a refund, or convert them to a donation.)

YMCA of Northern Michigan 2021 Summer Camps
Jun 30
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Depending on the camp, it will base out of Central or Ottawa Elementary Schools.

Wednesday, June 30 All Day

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Memories are made every day at camp! Making new friends, learning new skills, understanding more about the natural world and each other is what Camp is all about. Each day offers many enjoyable activities to choose from including arts & crafts, outdoor education, swimming, hiking, field trips, yoga and so much more!

Wednesdays with Toni
Jun 30
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Wednesday, June 30 All Day

Traverse Area District Library

Toni Hernalsteen from the Traverse Health Clinic is at the Main Library for free, confidential, walk-in consultations every Wednesday. She’s a great listener and she can assist with helping you find resources for assistance and housing, as well as health and wellness! She’s available in Study Room D, second floor. If you’re not sure where that is just ask at the reference desk.

Wednesdays with Toni
Jun 30
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Wednesday, June 30 All Day

Interlochen Public Library

Toni Hernalsteen from the Traverse Health Clinic is at the Main Library for free, confidential, walk-in consultations every Wednesday. She’s a great listener and she can assist with helping you find resources for assistance and housing, as well as health and wellness! She’s available in Study Room D, second floor. If you’re not sure where that is just ask at the reference desk.

Get Fit Bootcamp
Jun 30
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
7354 Horton Bay Rd. North, Boyne City, MI 49712

Wednesday, June 30 from 9:00 am to 10:00 am

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Join personal trainer and fitness instructor Tyra Fortson for her fantastic summer fitness classes at the farm.  Her classes are great for all fitness levels and will offer whole body training in a positive, encouraging, and motivating atmosphere. Let’s start our mornings out strong and healthy, moving our bodies in a beautiful setting. Get Fit Bootcamp – A boot camp workout is essentially a type of interval training — bursts of low and high impact training activity alternated with intervals of lighter activity.  Bootcamp Workouts will vary slightly each week. Classes will include a mix of aerobic, strength training, and speed elements within each session. Modifications are given through class for different fitness levels. Upper, lower body, and core will be focused on during each class.   WHEN: Weekly, Every Wednesday 9-10am – First Class is June 16th Last Class is August 18th AGES:  15 & up. COST: $15 per class – Cash, Check, & Cash App accepted   Contact Tyra at tyralstrong@aol.com or 248-894-6648 for details on how to sign up for an all class inclusive “Build Your Summer Body” fitness package.   REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is encouraged but not required.  E-mail or call Tyra to pre-register and reserve your spot early at tyralstrong@aol.com or 248-894-6648. Drop-ins are welcome.   All sessions are outdoors – If raining class will be cancelled   PLEASE BRING: Water bottle, light hand weights (2-5 pounds), a mat or towel as needed, and your tennis shoes. ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Hi, my name is Tyra Fortson. I am so excited to join the Lavender Hill Fitness teaching team this coming summer. I am currently an art teacher and fitness instructor down state and have been teaching art for fifteen years and fitness for four years. I recently completed my personal training through ISSA and have taught many style fitness classes including Zumba, Weight training, Better Backs Yoga, Cardio Interval variety classes, Barre, Power Barre, Spin, Stretch, Cardio drumming, HIIT, and Bootcamp. I have been given the blessing of being able to spend the past ten summers and much free time in the Charlevoix area, and I love being in northern Michigan and the beauty of our surroundings. I spend a lot of time outdoors enjoying many activities, with friends, family, and community and have always had strong passion for fitness, health, and wellbeing both physically and emotionally throughout one’s life. SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities, participating in artisan classes, or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Charlevoix Library Knitters
Jun 30
Charlevoix Public Library
Charlevoix Public Library at Trustees Conference Room -

Wednesday, June 30 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Charlevoix Public Library

Anyone interested in knitting, please feel free to join the Knitting Group which meets weekly in the Trustees Conference Room at the library. All ideas and skill levels welcome!

Walking Club
Jun 30
Wexford County Community Events
411 S. Lake St., Cadillac, MI 49601

Wednesday, June 30 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Wexford County Community Events

Kids and families welcome. Come join the Cadillac Library for walking club! Where we will explore some of Cadillac's great trails with fun activities and refreshments.June 16th White Pine Trail (start on 44 Rd.)June 23rd Clam River Walk (starting at Sound Garden)June 30th Cadillac Pathway Trails (start at the Career Technical Center)July 7th Mackenzie Trail (on West 38 Rd by Caberfea)July 14th Keith McKellop Walkway (starting at the Cadillac Library)July 21st Cadillac Pathway Trails (starting on Seeley Rd)July 28th Cadillac Bike and Foot Path (starting at Kenwood Park)August 4th White Pine Trail (starting at the Cadillac Library)If you have questions about where these trails start please call the library at 231-775-6541 for more information.

Past Is Present: A Dart Featured Artist Retrospective
Jun 30
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Crooked Tree Arts Center 461 East Mitchell Street Petoskey, MI 49770

Wednesday, June 30 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

This retrospective exhibition highlights the outstanding work of CTAC's past Dart for Art featured artists. Works from the past and present are woven together for this trip down memory lane. We are honored to recognize these artists as we celebrate our 50th anniversary. 2004 - Cynthia Rutherford 2005 - Kelli Snively 2006 - Jane Diller 2007 - Larissa Flynn 2008 - Ruth Petzold 2009 - Rick Ford 2010 - Lynn Dinning 2011 - Elizabeth Pollie 2012 - Sue Bolt 2013 - June Otis 2014 - Tom Moran 2015 - Kevin Barton Barton's Art Loft 2016 - Rosita Gendernalik & Martha Landis 2017 - Mary Hramiec Hoffman 2018 - Stephen Palmer of Palmer's Running Dog Studio 2019 - Elizabeth Blair Fine Pearls 2020 - Trisha Witty   CTAC-Petoskey exhibitions are made possible thanks to our Visual Arts Presenter, North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate.

Beneath the Moon and Under the Sun: Landscape Paintings by Heidi A. Marshall
Jun 30
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Crooked Tree Arts Center 461 E. Mitchell Street Petoskey, MI 49770

Wednesday, June 30 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

The land is the first part of the story. Simply by being, it invites possibility for expression. Heidi Marshall's pastel paintings capture the grace, power, and emotion of the land that inspires her. The changing light, complex colors, and the fleeting beauty of a moment hang in each composition. Yet through her sensitive and nuanced marks, the paintings transcend mere documentation. Born from places of great joy, moments of beauty, and contemplation, Marshall's landscapes are expressive representations of her own well of experiences.  Heidi is Crooked Tree's featured artist for this year's Dart for Art and her paintings will be housed in the Gilbert Gallery at CTAC Petoskey starting June 18th and ending September 4th.   CTAC-Petoskey exhibitions are made possible thanks to our Visual Arts Presenter, North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate.

Barre Blend
Jun 30
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
7354 Horton Bay Rd. North, Boyne City, MI 49712

Wednesday, June 30 from 10:15 am to 11:15 am

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Join personal trainer and fitness instructor Tyra Fortson for her fantastic summer fitness classes at the farm.  Her classes are great for all fitness levels and will offer whole body training in a positive, encouraging, and motivating atmosphere. Let’s start our mornings out strong and healthy, moving our bodies in a beautiful setting. Barre Blend – A fun combination of barre, ballet, and Pilates style toning class. This class will have a strong emphasis on lean toning of the glute’s legs, and core, while working the entire body. The class will be low impact with cardio intervals during sets to burn and tone. This workout is a great addition to any cardio based classes or fitness routine. WHEN: Weekly, Every Wednesday 10:15-11:15am – First Class is June 16th Last class is August 18th AGES:  15 & up. COST: $15 per class – Cash, Check, & Cash App accepted   Contact Tyra at tyralstrong@aol.com or 248-894-6648 for details on how to sign up for an all class inclusive “Build Your Summer Body” fitness package.   REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is encouraged but not required.  E-mail or call Tyra to pre-register and reserve your spot early at tyralstrong@aol.com or 248-894-6648. Drop-ins are welcome.   All sessions are outdoors – If raining class will be cancelled   PLEASE BRING: Water bottle, light hand weights (2-5 pounds), and a mat or towel as needed. ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Hi, my name is Tyra Fortson. I am so excited to join the Lavender Hill Fitness teaching team this coming summer. I am currently an art teacher and fitness instructor down state and have been teaching art for fifteen years and fitness for four years. I recently completed my personal training through ISSA and have taught many style fitness classes including Zumba, Weight training, Better Backs Yoga, Cardio Interval variety classes, Barre, Power Barre, Spin, Stretch, Cardio drumming, HIIT, and Bootcamp. I have been given the blessing of being able to spend the past ten summers and much free time in the Charlevoix area, and I love being in northern Michigan and the beauty of our surroundings. I spend a lot of time outdoors enjoying many activities, with friends, family, and community and have always had strong passion for fitness, health, and wellbeing both physically and emotionally throughout one’s life.

Story Time for Bigs
Jun 30
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Wednesday, June 30 from 11:00 am to 11:30 am

Traverse Area District Library

Families with preschool-aged children are invited to join Mr. Andy on the front lawn for engaging songs, stories and movement. Each week brings a new theme. If the weather is inclement the program will be moved inside to the McGuire Community room. This program is for children ages 2-5.

Lunch and Lavender
Jun 30
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
7354 Horton Bay Rd N, Boyne City, MI 49712

Wednesday, June 30 from 12:00 pm to 12:45 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

We are thrilled to announce a new partnership with STIGG’S BREWERY & KITCHEN for our 2021 Lunch & Lavender events! Hand crafted boxed fresh food lunches created with locally sourced items from scratch recipes. Carefully curated by the culinary masterminds at Stigg’s, featuring sweet and savory lavender accents. Served in our century old barn at noon every Wednesday from June 23rd to September 1st, come rain or shine. Join us! Lunch will include a lavender themed salad or sandwich, our famous Lavender Shortbread Cookies, and a cup of our very own Lavender Lemonade Fizz beverage. Lunch tickets ($23.50 per person) are required for admittance and will be available for purchase online until 6pm the Monday before the lunch or until sold out. Stay after your lunch and join us for BINGO! BINGO IN THE BARN is included in your lunch ticket price and will begin at 12:45pm for those who wish to stay and play. Featured menus will rotate throughout the season introducing more ways to enjoy culinary lavender. When making a reservation please select your choice of either a sandwich or a salad.

Bingo in The Barn
Jun 30
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Lavender Hill Farm 7354 Horton Bay Rd N, Boyne City, MI 49712

Wednesday, June 30 from 12:45 pm to 1:45 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Bingo in the Barn Join us Wednesdays for Bingo in the Barn! Bingo is an exciting way to have fun, make friends and win prizes from our boutique. All ages are welcome to participate. WHEN: Every Wednesday from June 23 – September 1 at 12:45pm COST: $5 per person or FREE for those attending same day Lunch & Lavender   RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS: This event is drop in only. Tickets will be available in the barn the day of the event. Guests of Lunch & Lavender will not need a ticket. If you plan on attending with a group of 10 or more, please email us at events@lavenderhillfarm.com so we can accommodate.     Bingo is held following our 2021 Lunch & Lavender and will start at 12:45pm in the Barn. DROP IN EVENT- tickets to be purchased day of event. This event will last about half an hour or until prizes are won. All ages welcome for $5 per person or free for those attending same day Lunch.   

Wristlet Corsage & Boutonniere Basics
Jun 30
Petoskey Events
Lavender Hill Farm - 7354 Horton Bay Rd.,Boyne City,MI,49712

Wednesday, June 30 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Petoskey Events

You’ve either seen one worn one or pinned one at some point in time. So you have probably wondered just what goes into the intricacy and detail of creating such stunning beauty from a single bloom. Join skilled Florist Sydney Wormell for a fun afternoon in this hands-on DIY design workshop. Participants will learn the basics of wiring taping and gluing along with a few tricks for easily crafting your own stunning wristlet and boutonniere. Take home your beautiful botanicals to enjoy or give as a gorgeous gift. All materials and step-by-step instruction will be provided by Sydney from Upsy-Daisy Floral.WHEN: 2-4 PM on June 30th 2021AGES: 12& up. Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult participantCOST: $35 per person (includes all materials). Cash PayPal  credit card by phone. 231-582-0972.REGISTRATION: Email or call Sydney to sign up at BOYNEDAISY@YAHOO.COM or 231-582-0972. Pre-registration is required as this class will fill quickly. This class has a minimum and maximum attendance requirement so reserve your spot today! If participant minimum is not met by July 5th the workshop will be cancelled  and you will be notified by the instructor.PLEASE BRING: A pair of gardening gloves if you wish all other materials are provided.ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Sydney is a floral artist from Boyne City. A summer job in high school turned into a passion for flowers and shortly after Upsy-Daisy Floral was born. Now twelve years later floristry has become a family affair with her husband and two young boys. Sydney enjoys sharing her love for flowers through fun fresh floral design.Please direct any questions to Sydney Wormell at BOYNEDAISY@YAHOO.COM or 231.582.0972.SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities participating in artisan classes or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Wristlet Corsage & Boutonniere Basics
Jun 30
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
7354 Horton Bay Rd. North, Boyne City, MI 49712

Wednesday, June 30 from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

You’ve either seen one, worn one, or pinned one at some point in time. So, you have probably wondered just what goes into the intricacy and detail of creating such stunning beauty from a single bloom. Join skilled Florist Sydney Wormell for a fun afternoon in this hands-on DIY design workshop. Participants will learn the basics of wiring, taping, and gluing, along with a few tricks for easily crafting your own stunning wristlet and boutonniere. Take home your beautiful botanicals to enjoy or give as a gorgeous gift. All materials and step-by-step instruction will be provided by Sydney from Upsy-Daisy Floral. WHEN: 2-4 PM on June 30th, 2021 AGES:12& up. Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult participant COST:?$35 per person (includes all materials). Cash, PayPal, credit card by phone?231-582-0972. REGISTRATION: Email or call Sydney to sign up at BOYNEDAISY@YAHOO.COM or 231-582-0972. Pre-registration is required as this class will fill quickly. This class has a minimum and maximum attendance requirement so reserve your spot today! If participant minimum is not met by July 5th, the workshop will be cancelled, and you will be notified by the instructor. PLEASE BRING:A pair of gardening gloves if you wish, all other materials are provided. ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:Sydney is a floral artist from Boyne City. A summer job in high school turned into a passion for flowers, and shortly after, Upsy-Daisy Floral was born. Now, twelve years later, floristry has become a family affair with her husband and two young boys. Sydney enjoys sharing her love for flowers through fun, fresh floral design. Please direct any questions to Sydney Wormell at BOYNEDAISY@YAHOO.COM or 231-582-0972 SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities, participating in artisan classes, or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Craft Club- Mini Basket Weaving
Jun 30
St Ignace Public Library
St. Ignace Public Library, 110 W Spruce St, St. Igance, MI, 49781, United States

Wednesday, June 30 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

St Ignace Public Library

Join us for Craft Club every other Wednesday at 2:00 PM during the summer months as we explore different art medium, crafts, and projects. These crafts are easy to pick-up and have a completed project in no time! Join us June 30 for Mini Basket Weaving- Learn an easy and quick weaving method to create miniature baskets. **We are keeping our Craft Club programs small to maintain our COVID-19 safety protocols. Classes are limited to 10 people-exceptions will be made for a guardian/child duo- and registration is required. You can register by calling the library at 906-643-8318. **If COVID-19 safety protocols change, this will be updated to reflect that. Masks and social distancing are required.

Teen Yard Games
Jun 30
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Wednesday, June 30 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Interlochen Public Library

Join us on the front lawn of the library to participate in some old school yard games.

Teen Yard Games
Jun 30
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Wednesday, June 30 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

Traverse Area District Library

Join us on the front lawn of the library to participate in some old school yard games.

Get the Dirt on Compost
Jun 30
Dow Gardens
Dow Gardens

Wednesday, June 30 at 3:00 pm

Dow Gardens

Details With minimal effort, you can turn household waste into gardening gold. Allow us to “break down” composting for you during this in-person… More https://www.facebook.com/events/278407527322250

Nature Makers
Jun 30
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Wednesday, June 30 from 4:00 pm to 4:45 pm

Interlochen Public Library

Nature Makers! Meet Wildlife Rehabilitator Jyl Gaskin and learn about how to deal with wild creatures that might be hurt or sick. Hear stories of wild creatures and meet a turtle! This program will be on the front lawn or in the McGuire Room if the weather is bad.

Nature Makers
Jun 30
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Wednesday, June 30 from 4:00 pm to 4:45 pm

Traverse Area District Library

Nature Makers! Meet Wildlife Rehabilitator Jyl Gaskin and learn about how to deal with wild creatures that might be hurt or sick. Hear stories of wild creatures and meet a turtle! This program will be on the front lawn or in the McGuire Room if the weather is bad.

USCG Auxiliary, Station Charlevoix
Jun 30
Charlevoix Public Library
Charlevoix Public Library at Community Room A+B -

Wednesday, June 30 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Charlevoix Public Library

Boat Safety Class

Get the Dirt on Compost
Jun 30
Dow Gardens
Dow Gardens

Wednesday, June 30 at 6:00 pm

Dow Gardens

Details With minimal effort, you can turn household waste into gardening gold. Allow us to “break down” composting for you during this in-person… More https://www.facebook.com/events/278407527322250

Sand, Stars, Wind, and Water: Field Notes from Up North via Zoom
Jun 30
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Wednesday, June 30 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Interlochen Public Library

  Join us as author of Sand, Stars, Wind, and Water: Field Notes from Up North, Tim Mulherin shares his love of the area and its people, and serves as an encouragement to visitors to respect this national treasure–Grand Traverse County, Leelanau County and other up north points. His book is a meditation on an enduring decades-long friendship that developed through countless outdoor diversions: hiking and cross-country skiing on woodland trails, dune climbing, trout fishing, sailing across Lake Michigan to camp on South Manitou and Garden islands, kayaking crystalline waters of local lakes and rivers, driving scenic M-22, and savoring downtime on Lake Michigan beaches. It’s also a commentary on invasive species – both aquatic and human.  This is a vivid, entertaining chronicle  you can’t help but get caught up in Tim’s enthusiam.  Even if you are a northern Michigan lifer, this book will inspire you. Registration is required for the event: Register Here  Tim Mulherin currently – and somewhat reluctantly – lives in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mulherin first visited northwest lower Michigan’s Leelanau and Grand Traverse counties in 1986, and hasn’t been the same since. Meanwhile, he’s been keeping field notes of his adventures there, which resulted in this book, a tribute to the region and its people, and an encouragement for visitors to respect this national treasure. Mulherin and his wife have owned a cabin in the village of Cedar for the past 10 years. In days to come, they will return to their home Up North—for good.  www.timmulherin.com/about

Sand, Stars, Wind, and Water: Field Notes from Up North via Zoom
Jun 30
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Wednesday, June 30 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Traverse Area District Library

  Join us as author of Sand, Stars, Wind, and Water: Field Notes from Up North, Tim Mulherin shares his love of the area and its people, and serves as an encouragement to visitors to respect this national treasure–Grand Traverse County, Leelanau County and other up north points. His book is a meditation on an enduring decades-long friendship that developed through countless outdoor diversions: hiking and cross-country skiing on woodland trails, dune climbing, trout fishing, sailing across Lake Michigan to camp on South Manitou and Garden islands, kayaking crystalline waters of local lakes and rivers, driving scenic M-22, and savoring downtime on Lake Michigan beaches. It’s also a commentary on invasive species – both aquatic and human.  This is a vivid, entertaining chronicle  you can’t help but get caught up in Tim’s enthusiam.  Even if you are a northern Michigan lifer, this book will inspire you. Registration is required for the event: Register Here  Tim Mulherin currently – and somewhat reluctantly – lives in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mulherin first visited northwest lower Michigan’s Leelanau and Grand Traverse counties in 1986, and hasn’t been the same since. Meanwhile, he’s been keeping field notes of his adventures there, which resulted in this book, a tribute to the region and its people, and an encouragement for visitors to respect this national treasure. Mulherin and his wife have owned a cabin in the village of Cedar for the past 10 years. In days to come, they will return to their home Up North—for good.  www.timmulherin.com/about

Sunset Yoga at Stearns Park by Mandy J
Jun 30
Ludington
Stearns Park Beach - 421 N Lakeshore Drive Ludington MI 49431

Wednesday, June 30 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Ludington

Sunset yoga with a certified yoga teacher http://www.ludington.mi.us/calendar.aspx?EID=868

LACA Summer Concert Series
Jun 30
Ludington
Waterfront Park - 300 S William Street Ludington MI 49431

Wednesday, June 30 from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm

Ludington

Free community concerts featuring world class jazz and blues artists. Art tent for children with paid activities to raise funds http://www.ludington.mi.us/calendar.aspx?EID=856

Chamber Music Series: An Evening with the Bay View Wind Quintet
Jun 30
Petoskey Events
John M. Hall Auditorium - 1725 Encampment Avenue,Bay View,MI,49770

Wednesday, June 30 at 8:00 pm

Petoskey Events

Featuring works by Pitombeira Lara & Sampson and the triumphant return of live chamber music to Bay View.

Blessing of the Fleet
Jul 1
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Little Traverse Bay, Harbor Springs

Thursday, July 1 All Day

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Traditions Live On ... In July 2020 the Blessing of the Fleet boat parade sailed into the record books with an astonishing 160 watercraft safely gathering as a community, to celebrate the launch of summer and our maritime history. Thank you to the team, sponsors and participants. Save the Date - July 1, 2021

YMCA of Northern Michigan 2021 Summer Camps
Jul 1
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Depending on the camp, it will base out of Central or Ottawa Elementary Schools.

Thursday, July 1 All Day

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Memories are made every day at camp! Making new friends, learning new skills, understanding more about the natural world and each other is what Camp is all about. Each day offers many enjoyable activities to choose from including arts & crafts, outdoor education, swimming, hiking, field trips, yoga and so much more!

Farmers' Market
Jul 1
City of Mt Pleasant
Island Park, South Pavilion

Thursday, July 1 from 7:30 am to 2:00 pm

City of Mt Pleasant

Please note the COVID-19 Safety Guidelines for the 2021 Farmers’ Market: A limited number of people will be admitted to the market at one time. Attendees must wear a face mask. Individuals should maintain 6 ft. social distancing between each other. No pets. Shop quickly, with a shoppingl list. Do not touch products. Vendors will select and bag purchases for you. ·Use credit/debit cards, food assistance tokens or exact change. Change will not be given. Public seating areas will not be available. Wash all produce before consuming. If you are not feeling well, stay home.

Lotus of Ludington Summer Yoga Series
Jul 1
Ludington
Rotary Park (City Park) - 500 W Ludington Ave. Ludington MI 49431

Thursday, July 1 from 9:00 am to 10:00 am

Ludington

Yoga in the Park http://www.ludington.mi.us/calendar.aspx?EID=836

Zumba Tone
Jul 1
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Petoskey, MI 49770

Thursday, July 1 from 9:00 am to 10:00 am

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Join personal trainer and fitness instructor Tyra Fortson for her fantastic summer fitness classes at the farm.  Her classes are great for all fitness levels and will offer whole body training in a positive, encouraging, and motivating atmosphere. Let’s start our mornings out strong and healthy, moving our bodies in a beautiful setting. Zumba/Tone A type of dance fitness that has been around since the 1990s. It is the backbone of the dance fitness craze and incorporates a variety of Latin-inspired and pop dance moves with music to promote a healthy heart as well as a healthy dose of aerobic activity.  Zumba is a fun and exciting way to build and tone muscle, improve cardio, promote flexibility, and decrease stress. Zumba/Tone gives you the best of both worlds incorporating both dance and toning exercises to get you feeling great and in shape. All levels of fitness are welcome. Low and high impact modifications are given.  The first half of class will be Zumba dancing. The second half will be resistance and weight training. A great all in one class for both cardio and toning.   WHEN: Weekly, Every Thursday 9-10am – First Class is June 17th Last Class is August 19th AGES:  15 & up. COST: $15 per class – Cash, Check, & Cash App accepted   Contact Tyra at tyralstrong@aol.com or 248-894-6648 for details on how to sign up for an all class inclusive “Build Your Summer Body” fitness package.   REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is encouraged but not required.  E-mail or call Tyra to pre-register and reserve your spot early at tyralstrong@aol.com or 248-894-6648. Drop-ins are welcome.   All sessions are outdoors – If raining class will be cancelled   PLEASE BRING: Water bottle, light hand weights (2-5 pounds), a mat or towel as needed, your tennis shoes, and your dance moves! ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Hi, my name is Tyra Fortson. I am so excited to join the Lavender Hill Fitness teaching team this coming summer. I am currently an art teacher and fitness instructor down state and have been teaching art for fifteen years and fitness for four years. I recently completed my personal training through ISSA and have taught many style fitness classes including Zumba, Weight training, Better Backs Yoga, Cardio Interval variety classes, Barre, Power Barre, Spin, Stretch, Cardio drumming, HIIT, and Bootcamp. I have been given the blessing of being able to spend the past ten summers and much free time in the Charlevoix area, and I love being in northern Michigan and the beauty of our surroundings. I spend a lot of time outdoors enjoying many activities, with friends, family, and community and have always had strong passion for fitness, health, and wellbeing both physically and emotionally throughout one’s life. SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities, participating in artisan classes, or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Photography Tips & Tricks Workshop
Jul 1
Petoskey Events
Lavender Hill Farm - 7354 Horton Bay Road N.,Boyne City,MI,49712

Thursday, July 1 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Petoskey Events

Make your photos stand out! Your photographs are viewed and critiqued daily by your friends family and even strangers. Do they say what you want them to say? With this workshop your everyday photography will develop from overly filtered snapshots to lasting professional pieces of art.Whether you are out of practice have a camera you are not sure how to use or just cannot capture what you would like this class will take you to the next level. In this workshop we will go over the four most important elements of professional photography exposure light design and posing. Understanding these fundamentals will take your photos from your computer to your wall. Photography Starter Goodie Bag included!WHEN: 10AM – Noon on July 1 2021AGES: Ages 16 & upCOST: $52 per personREGISTRATION: To reserve your spot in the class make a Venmo payment in the amount of $52 per person and list the names of the attendees in the “what is it for?” section. Registration and payment must be made to the Venmo link?below to reserve a spot in the class.HTTPS://VENMO.COM/ANDREJKAHYou may also register by emailing Andrejka at INFO@ANDREJKAPHOTOGRAPHY.COM and she will send you an online payment linkDrop ins are welcome but this class may sell out so reserve your spot today! Drop ins cannot be guaranteed a spot in the class or a goodie bag. This class will be canceled if a minimum number of attendees have not registered one week prior to the class date and registered guests will be notified and refunded by the instructor.PLEASE BRING: A DSLR or Mirror-less Camera. If you do not have one an iPhone is acceptable although there may be exposure lessons that will not relate to iphone-ography.ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: For the past decade Andrejka has traveled the world photographing people places and events. She is an internationally recognized award-winning professional photographer whose work has been featured in a variety of magazines blogs and marketing campaigns. Andrejka focuses her photography on capturing true emotions of life and doing so in a way that captivates her audiences. After starting her career in Southern California Andrejka moved her company Andrejka Photography to Northern Michigan and St Petersburg FL.SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities participating in artisan classes or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Photography Tips & Tricks Workshop
Jul 1
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
7354 Horton Bay Rd. North, Boyne City, MI 49712

Thursday, July 1 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Make your photos stand out! Your photographs are viewed and critiqued daily by your friends, family, and even strangers. Do they say what you want them to say? With this workshop, your everyday photography will develop from overly filtered snapshots to lasting professional pieces of art. Whether you are out of practice, have a camera you are not sure how to use, or just cannot capture what you would like, this class will take you to the next level. In this workshop we will go over the four most important elements of professional photography; exposure, light, design and posing. Understanding these fundamentals will take your photos from your computer to your wall. Photography Starter Goodie Bag included! WHEN: 10AM – Noon on July 1, 2021 AGES: Ages 16 & up COST: $52 per person REGISTRATION: To reserve your spot in the class, make a Venmo payment in the amount of $52 per person and list the names of the attendees in the “what is it for?” section. Registration and payment must be made to the Venmo link?below to reserve a spot in the class. HTTPS://VENMO.COM/ANDREJKAH You may also register by emailing Andrejka at INFO@ANDREJKAPHOTOGRAPHY.COM and she will send you an online payment link Drop ins are welcome, but this class may sell out so reserve your spot today! Drop ins cannot be guaranteed a spot in the class or a goodie bag. This class will be canceled if a minimum number of attendees have not registered one week prior to the class date and registered guests will be notified and refunded by the instructor. PLEASE BRING: A DSLR or Mirror-less Camera. If you do not have one, an iPhone is acceptable although there may be exposure lessons that will not relate to iphone-ography. ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: For the past decade Andrejka has traveled the world photographing people, places, and events. She is an internationally recognized, award-winning professional photographer whose work has been featured in a variety of magazines, blogs, and marketing campaigns. Andrejka focuses her photography on capturing true emotions of life and doing so in a way that captivates her audiences. After starting her career in Southern California, Andrejka moved her company, Andrejka Photography, to Northern Michigan and St Petersburg, FL. SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities, participating in artisan classes, or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Beneath the Moon and Under the Sun: Landscape Paintings by Heidi A. Marshall
Jul 1
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Crooked Tree Arts Center 461 E. Mitchell Street Petoskey, MI 49770

Thursday, July 1 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

The land is the first part of the story. Simply by being, it invites possibility for expression. Heidi Marshall's pastel paintings capture the grace, power, and emotion of the land that inspires her. The changing light, complex colors, and the fleeting beauty of a moment hang in each composition. Yet through her sensitive and nuanced marks, the paintings transcend mere documentation. Born from places of great joy, moments of beauty, and contemplation, Marshall's landscapes are expressive representations of her own well of experiences.  Heidi is Crooked Tree's featured artist for this year's Dart for Art and her paintings will be housed in the Gilbert Gallery at CTAC Petoskey starting June 18th and ending September 4th.   CTAC-Petoskey exhibitions are made possible thanks to our Visual Arts Presenter, North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate.

Past Is Present: A Dart Featured Artist Retrospective
Jul 1
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
Crooked Tree Arts Center 461 East Mitchell Street Petoskey, MI 49770

Thursday, July 1 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

This retrospective exhibition highlights the outstanding work of CTAC's past Dart for Art featured artists. Works from the past and present are woven together for this trip down memory lane. We are honored to recognize these artists as we celebrate our 50th anniversary. 2004 - Cynthia Rutherford 2005 - Kelli Snively 2006 - Jane Diller 2007 - Larissa Flynn 2008 - Ruth Petzold 2009 - Rick Ford 2010 - Lynn Dinning 2011 - Elizabeth Pollie 2012 - Sue Bolt 2013 - June Otis 2014 - Tom Moran 2015 - Kevin Barton Barton's Art Loft 2016 - Rosita Gendernalik & Martha Landis 2017 - Mary Hramiec Hoffman 2018 - Stephen Palmer of Palmer's Running Dog Studio 2019 - Elizabeth Blair Fine Pearls 2020 - Trisha Witty   CTAC-Petoskey exhibitions are made possible thanks to our Visual Arts Presenter, North Harbor Christie's International Real Estate.

Summer Reading Clubhouse
Jul 1
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Thursday, July 1 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Interlochen Public Library

It’s a one stop Summer Reading Clubhouse! Families can join us on the front lawn of the Main Library to pick up free books to keep, crafts to work on at home, and report their summer reading minutes beginning Tuesday, June 22nd. In addition to the above, we’ll also provide free and healthy snacks to any child who requests one! Snacks are available on the front lawn in our Summer Reading Clubhouse (Tuesday and Thursdays), and during visits to other locations around town. Thank you to GoGo squeeZ and Oryana Food Co-op for providing over 600 snacks for our Clubhouse!

Summer Reading Clubhouse
Jul 1
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Thursday, July 1 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Traverse Area District Library

It’s a one stop Summer Reading Clubhouse! Families can join us on the front lawn of the Main Library to pick up free books to keep, crafts to work on at home, and report their summer reading minutes beginning Tuesday, June 22nd. In addition to the above, we’ll also provide free and healthy snacks to any child who requests one! Snacks are available on the front lawn in our Summer Reading Clubhouse (Tuesday and Thursdays), and during visits to other locations around town. Thank you to GoGo squeeZ and Oryana Food Co-op for providing over 600 snacks for our Clubhouse!

Storytime for Pre-schoolers
Jul 1
Portage Lake District Library
Portage Lake District Library, 58 Huron St, Houghton, MI 49931, USA

Thursday, July 1 from 10:15 am to 11:45 am

Portage Lake District Library

Join us live on the library's Facebook page for Storytime for 2 - 5 year olds.

Alex Thomas & Friends: Virtual Puppet Show on YouTube
Jul 1
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Thursday, July 1 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

Interlochen Public Library

Join Alex Thomas & Friends on YouTube (TADLnotjustbooks) for lots of zany puppet characters celebrating the Tails & Tales Summer Reading theme in a virtual puppet show. Jokes, silliness, stories, and all-around fun abound in this family program.  Join the program on Zoom via this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87959002618 Space is also available for up to 48 patrons to join us in our McGuire Community Room for a viewing of this program on our big screen.

Alex Thomas & Friends: Virtual Puppet Show on YouTube
Jul 1
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Thursday, July 1 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

Traverse Area District Library

Join Alex Thomas & Friends on YouTube (TADLnotjustbooks) for lots of zany puppet characters celebrating the Tails & Tales Summer Reading theme in a virtual puppet show. Jokes, silliness, stories, and all-around fun abound in this family program.  Join the program on Zoom via this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87959002618 Space is also available for up to 48 patrons to join us in our McGuire Community Room for a viewing of this program on our big screen.

Children's Storytime
Jul 1
Indian River Area Library
Indian River Area Library, 3546 S Straits Hwy, Indian River, MI, 49749, United States

Thursday, July 1 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Indian River Area Library

Beginning June 3rd, we are now offering in-house Storytime every Thursday at 2 p.m. Join us and our storyteller for a tale or two each week! As of 05/20, masks and social distancing are required. 

Children's Storytime
Jul 1
Indian River Library
Indian River Area Library, 3546 S Straits Hwy, Indian River, MI, 49749, United States

Thursday, July 1 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Indian River Library

Beginning June 3rd, we are now offering in-house Storytime every Thursday at 2 p.m. Join us and our storyteller for a tale or two each week! As of 05/20, masks and social distancing are required. 

MG Book Club
Jul 1
Big Rapids Community Library
Online Event

Thursday, July 1 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm

Big Rapids Community Library

Details Next Read: Peak By: Roland Smith June 3rd to July 8th Each week we will read the book together and discuss it. … More https://www.facebook.com/events/3937836569604360

Bayside Farmers Market
Jul 1
St. Ignace
Thursday, July 1, 2021 at 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM EDT

Thursday, July 1 from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

St. Ignace

Join us at the St. Ignace Marina on Thursdays all summer long for Bayside Farmers Market. All vendors sell products grown or made in Michigan, no resale. All products are handmade or grown locally. Updates and cancellations due to weather will be posted here! https://www.facebook.com/events/456640649014342

MG Book Club
Jul 1
Big Rapids Community Library
Online Event

Thursday, July 1 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Big Rapids Community Library

Details Next Read: Peak By: Roland Smith June 3rd to July 8th Each week we will read the book together and discuss it. … More https://www.facebook.com/events/3937836569604360

Design Committee Meeting
Jul 1
City of Charlevoix Main Street DDA Calendar
Charlevoix City Hall - Council Chambers - 210 State Street Charlevoix MI 49720

Thursday, July 1 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

City of Charlevoix Main Street DDA Calendar

Design Committee Capitalizes on Downtown’s historic buildings and pedestrian-oriented streets to create an inviting downtown atmosphere through attractive buildings, streestscape improvements, and signage. Quality Design is encouraged through: Appropriate new construction Context sensitive design and planning Education and technical assistance about good maintenance practices Rehabilitation of historic buildings http://charlevoixmi.gov/calendar.aspx?EID=744

Citizen Science with MSU Extension (Virtual Event)
Jul 1
Interlochen Public Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Thursday, July 1 from 4:00 pm to 4:45 pm

Interlochen Public Library

Learn more about becoming a Citizen Scientist with our friends at the MSU Extension.

Citizen Science with MSU Extension (Virtual Event)
Jul 1
Traverse Area District Library
Main Library (Traverse City), 610 Woodmere Ave, Traverse City, MI, 49686, United States

Thursday, July 1 from 4:00 pm to 4:45 pm

Traverse Area District Library

Learn more about becoming a Citizen Scientist with our friends at the MSU Extension.

Dot Mandala Workshop
Jul 1
Petoskey Events
Lavender Hill Farm - 7354 Horton Bay Road N.,Boyne City,MI,49712

Thursday, July 1 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Petoskey Events

Humans have always been drawn to and fascinated by circular designs. A great example of that is the Mandala. Considered to be of Eastern origin Mandala is a Sanskrit word that translates to “circle”. In today’s world the process of creating a Mandala is used for its calming and relaxing effect on the mind and body. When we unplug from our electronics to sit quietly and paint circular and symmetrical shapes our creativity begins to naturally flow and we enter a meditative state.In this class we will learn the basic steps on how to create a Dot Mandala on smooth stones. We will be sketching the outline painting with acrylic paints using dotting techniques and adding extra dots for decoration and finishing touches. Dot Mandalas have a beautiful circular shape that is very pleasing to the eye.No experience is necessary. Visual examples and a selection of patterns will be available to help with the painting process. All materials will be provided and your completed Mandala stones can be taken home to enjoy.Please join us for this mindful fun creative evening using sacred art!WHEN: Thursday August 5th 2021 from 5 – 8pmAGES: 16 and OverCOST: $28 Per Person REGISTRATION: ?Pre-registration is required as this class has limited seats available. You can register by clicking the link below. Drop-ins are welcome day of if space allows but this class may sell out so reserve your spot today! This class will be canceled if a minimum attendance is not reached a week prior.HTTPS://WWW.PAYPAL.COM/CGI-BIN/WEBSCR?CMD=_S-XCLICK& HOSTED_BUTTON_ID=GUD8QVAH756LNPLEASE BRING: Your favorite beverage to enjoy during class. Wine is welcome.Questions? Please contact Amy at: sister2sisterhenna@gmail.comFBWWW.FACEBOOK.COM/SISTER2SISTERHENNAIGWWW.INSTAGRAM.COM/SISTER2SISTERHENNAABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Amy Elizabeth White is the artist behind Sister 2 Sister Henna. Originally a photographer from Michigan her passion for the art was discovered after moving to Brooklyn New York. Never looking back she has been creating original henna designs ancient & new with love since 2015. With an eye on traditional technique & design and an emphasis on detail she has created her own original work that harmonizes with each client. Amy has had the opportunity to offer henna for many diverse occasions all over the country – bridal henna private parties corporate events festivals markets celebrations and more. She also holds workshops and creates henna inspired fine art wearable art and dessert decoration. She only uses Body Art Quality Henna that creates a beautiful and rich stain. There are no fillers or chemical dyes added to paste just simple and natural ingredients.  SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities participating in artisan classes or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Live at the Plaza
Jul 1
Ludington
Legacy Plaza - 150 North James Street Ludington MI 49431

Thursday, July 1 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Ludington

Live music on the plaza stage http://www.ludington.mi.us/calendar.aspx?EID=913

Annual Blessing of the Fleet
Jul 1
Petoskey Events
Harbor Springs - ,Harbor Springs,MI,49740

Thursday, July 1 at 6:00 pm

Petoskey Events

Celebrate the start of another summer season at the Historical Society’s 8th Annual Blessing of the Fleet on July 1.Traditions Live On in Harbor Springs and there is no better time or way to kick-off the summer and celebrates the rich maritime history of the area than with a blessing of all watercraft for a safe boating season.Details will be posted as they become available.

Lavender Libations Workshop
Jul 1
Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce
7354 Horton Bay Rd. North, Boyne City, MI 49712

Thursday, July 1 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

Join us at Lavender Hill Farm for an exciting evening at our Cocktail 101 Workshop. Learn how to prepare the most fabulous lavender cocktails for your next party with the guidance of expert bartender-mixologist Mike Dunlop. Guests will learn the bar basics, how to use simple syrups, and why bartenders create and make cocktails the way they do. Make your next gathering a breeze and wow your family & friends with creative new mixology tips and tricks. Participants will take home a batched cocktail recipe, a bottle of LHF simple syrup, and a bottled cocktail to go! WHEN: 6:30-8 PM on July 1st AGES:  21 & up.  Guests must be at least 21 years of age and present a valid photo ID to participate. COST: $50 per person. Cash or Check payments will be collected night of or Venmo payments can be made to @Michael-Dunlop-6 REGISTRATION: Pre-registration is required for this workshop. E-mail Mike to sign up at MDBARCATERING@GMAIL.COM. This class has a minimum and maximum attendance requirement so reserve your spot today! If participant minimum is not met one week prior, the workshop will be cancelled, and you will be notified by the instructor. PLEASE BRING: Valid Photo ID and your love of libations. Please direct any questions to Mike Dunlop at MDBARCATERING@GMAIL.COM ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Mike Dunlop has been in the restaurant/bar industry for 15 years and is the owner operator of Mike’s Bar Catering. You can experience his expertise mixology skills firsthand at Cafe Sante, where he has honed his craft for the past 8 years. Mike has a vast knowledge of beer, wine, and cocktails, and looks forward to incorporating lavender and sharing his passion with guests of Lavender Hill Farm. SAFETY FIRST. To ensure the safety of our guests and staff, we ask that everyone wear face masks when inside our facilities, participating in artisan classes, or within close range to others. We are actively taking steps to keep our farm as clean and as safe as possible and greatly appreciate your cooperation. We are operating in accordance with CDC guidelines.

Public Hearing-Planning Commission-Virtual
Jul 1
City of Mt Pleasant
Virtual Meeting

Thursday, July 1 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

City of Mt Pleasant

Notice of Planning Commission Public Hearing Click here for more information on the Planning Commission.

Regular Meeting - Planning Commission-Virtual Meeting
Jul 1
City of Mt Pleasant
Virtual Meeting

Thursday, July 1 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

City of Mt Pleasant

Notice of Electronically Conducted Regular Meeting of the Planning Commission Click here for more information!

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