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Northern Care Center is a free medical center for the Cheboygan community that is struggling for health care.  Please call to schedule an appointment at 231-333-3019. They are located on the corner of State and Water Street in Cheboygan.

 

One in eight women will be affected by Breast Cancer this year. For women ages forty to sixty-four that need help getting routine cancer screenings, District Health Department #10 may be able to help. To see if you qualify, contact your local DHD#10 office or visit www.dhd10.org. Don’t forget to find District Health Department #10 on Facebook, too.”

 

Ongoing: Raven Hill Discovery Center opens to families for free the second Saturday each month. No groups or organizations. Open noon-4 p.m. Raven Hill is located at 4737 Fuller Rd., East Jordan. (231) 536-3369 or www.ravenhilldiscoverycenter.org.

 

TFN…Openings are available in the NEMCSA Foster Grandparent and Senior Companion Volunteer Programs. Applicants must be over 55, income eligible and have reliable transportation. Info: 877-222-9043

 

Ongoing…The Cheboygan Parkinson Support Group meets the 3rd Tuesday of the Month at 4pm at the Cheboygan Campus of McLaren Northern Michigan, 3rd Floor Conference room. Free to attend. For more info: 231-445-1595

 

Most Friday Nights…311 Friday Night Jam! Free live music along with mini demonstrations for the healing arts like yoga, meditation and Reiki, plus inspiring stories. 7-8:30p. 311 Spiritual Wellness Center-Michigan St, Petoskey. Info: 231-838-3010

 

Ongoing…First & 3rd Friday each month 6:30-8:30 Dance Class at the Area Seniors Inc Activity Center on Maple St-Bellaire. Learn and practice ballroom dance steps like the Waltz, Two-step, and Swing. Join in on Contra and Square Dances too. No experience. $5. Info:bellairechamber.com

 

TFN…Second Tuesday of every month – Cancer support group meets at the Salvation Army community room at 7pm. Info: 231-537-2277

 

TFN…First Thursday of every month- Learn the medical aspects of cannabis 6:30-7:30p at the Cheboygan Library.

 

 

TFN…Every Saturday 10a-2pm Indoor Farmers Market at the Village at Grand Traverse Common-Traverse City. Free admission. Great local fare, Farm fresh eggs, fish, meats, milk, and cheese; fruits and veggies; homemade breads, pasta, and sweet treats; honey, preserves, maple syrup and MORE!. Info: thevillagetc.com

 

Now-July 6…Applications are being accepted for the Purple Martin for Kids Camp Aug 19-21 at Camp Nissokone, Oscoda. Seeking foster children, including those separated from their siblings, kids at risk, and those being raised by grandparents, ages 7-18 for a fun summer camp. Children & guardians can attend at no cost. To apply, visit www.thepurplemartin.org

 

Now…The Cheboygan County 4-H “Proud Equestrian Program” is hosting a horseback riding day camp for disabled youth June 22-25 at the Cheboygan County Fairgrounds. Riders, volunteers and financial contributions are needed. To register or donate call 231-627-8815

 

Now – June 30… The Almira Historical Society is accepting vendor applications for the 22nd  annual Lake Ann Homecoming, to be held Saturday, July 2, 2016 from 9 am - 3 pm in the village of Lake Ann.  Proceeds from Homecoming benefit the Almira Historical Society which is dedicated to preserving the heritage of Almira Township and the Village of Lake Ann. For an application, please contact Sharon at (231) 645-1186.

 

May 26… May Swirl 5:30-7pm at Crooked Tree Arts Center-Petoskey. Art, music, wine tasting. Tickets $15 adv/$20 day of. Info: crookedtree.org

 

May 27-29…Memorial Weekend Pageant at Fort Michilimackinac-Mackinaw City. Over 400 cast members re-create events that took place between French, British and Indian Tribes in 1763. Free. 2:30p. Info:mackinaw-city.com

 

May 27-28…3rd Annual Hearse Car Show & Cruise. Fri registration 4-6, show 6-9p at the Gaylord Pavilion. Sat cruise 8-9a Gaylord, 9:30-11:30 Atlanta, Noon-2p Hillman, 2:45-5p Alpena. Accepting donations for the Huron Humane Society. Info:

 

May 27-28…40 Mile Point Lighthouse Afternoon of Arts & Crafts 10a-4p in the PResure Isle Lighthouse Park. Enjoy the work of many talented Artists, Musicians and Crafts people from all over Michigan. Memorial Day Week-end is also the Annual Open House Week-end at 40 Mile Point Lighthouse. This is a great family setting offering visitors a chance to step back in time and enjoy...You may climb the Lighthouse tower, tour the Museum and Gift Shop, step aboard the restored Calcite pilothouse or visit the shipwreck on the beach. On Sunday enjoy a Maritime Concert (times to be determined).
Bring your folding chair, sit a spell and enjoy! Info: 989-734-4587

 

May 28…Mackinaw City Memorial Day Parade 1pm

 

May 28…Cheboygan Jaycees are hosting an ORV Poker run at the Bluffs on Black Lake. Registration 9-11, ride starts at noon. Cash prizes, door prizes, food & entertainment to follow. Info: 231-420-4136

 

May 28…13th Annual Mackinaw Memorial Bridge Race. 6a-noon. Runners must register in advance and be able to run

 

May 28…Community Marathon 7:30-noon at the Little Traverse Wheelway along the shores of Little Traverse Bay from Charlevoix to Harbor Springs.
*Novice to Pro runners are welcome
*Walkers are invited to enjoy a scenic route - Petoskey to Harbor Springs *Pre-Race Dinner offered Friday evening, May 27, in Charlevoix.
*Post-Race food and music provided in Harbor Springs.
*Shuttle available before and after the race. Proceeds benefit Top of Michigan Trails Council and Petoskey High School Cross Country and Track teams.

Info: trailscouncil.org
 

May 28…Elk Rapids Arts & Crafts Show 10-4p on River Street. Over 70 crafters, food & family fun! Info: elkrapidschamber.org

 

May 28…The 11th annual Petoskey Stone Festival 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Barnes Park in Eastport.  Events include Petoskey stone hunt, kids fishing pond, stone skipping contests, 5K run and more.  Call 231-533-8818 for details or visitwww.petoskeystonefestival.com

 

May 28…Native American Festival at the Museum of Ojibwa Culture-St. Ignace. Features a variety of ceremonies, workshops, traditional entertainment, food, music and more. Info: saintignace.org

 

May 28…19th Annual Cars in the Park 8a-3p – Haserot Park, Northport. Free admission lets spectators enjoy all kinds of cars – pre-war and modern, stock and modified, foreign and domestic. Info: northportomenachamber.org

 

May 30…2nd Annual “Chalk Your Walk” community chalking event to promote mental health awareness & suicide prevention. Bring a positive phrase or saying to chalk on the sidewalk and join in! Chalk provided by donation. 10a-Noon at Festival Square-Cheboygan. Info: 231-342-2607

 

May 30…Memorial Day Parade, 9am, Mancelona. Info: mancelonachamber.org

 

May 30… Memorial Day Services in Petoskey will begin at 9:00 a.m. with a firing squad ceremony at Greenwood Cemetery.    A parade begins at 10:00 a.m. by the Mitchell Street Market (Formerly 7-11) and continues along Mitchell Street and ends in Pennsylvania Park at the gazebo. After there will be a memorial service that includes speeches, wreath placement, music, a salute, and taps.  Info: petoskeyarea.com

 

June 2-5…61st Annual Mancelona Bass Festival.  Bass fishing tournament, carnival, craft vendors, flea market, entertainment, kids parade, grand parade, raffle drawing, barbeque, firefighter's waterball battle and extrication demo, fireworks, classic car show and much more. Visitwww.MancelonaBassFest.com

 

June 2-Aug 25…Concerts on the Lawn 7-9pm Grand Traverse Pavilions-Traverse City every Thursday. Enjoy a summer evening with great music! Bring a chair, blanket or picnic. Food, drinks & ice cream available. Free will donation, benefits PACE, Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly. Info: gtpavilions.org

 

June 3…First Friday at the Village at Grand Traverse. On the first Friday of each month from 5-8pm (& later), The Village will feature art, food and drink samples, shopping & wining/ dining specials, live music, demos and MORE! Info: www.thevillagetc.com

 

June 3… Salvation Army National Donut Day Celebration - enjoy free donuts from 11:30 – 1:30 at The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Truck, in Tom’s Food Market parking lot, 1201 S. Division, Traverse City. Info: satraversecity.org

 

June 3-4…Friends of the St. Ignace Public Library Book & Bake Sale! Fri 9a-5p, Sat 9a-2p in the library’s community room. All books $3 per plastic grocery bag, baked goods by donation. Info: 906-643-8318

 

Jun 3-12…68th Annual Lilac Festival-Mackinaw Island. 10 day celebration of Flowers, food, games, parades and more! Info: mackinacisland.org

 

June 4…North American Railcar Operators Association will be bringing their Railroad Speeder Cars to Kalkaska for their yearly visit.  Approximately 30 machines will be on display at Chalker Park from 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM.  This unique event allows the public a close-up experience of these rare collector vehicles and the chance to meet the operators that participate in this adventurous hobby throughout North America. 

 

June 4…Kingsley Adams Fly Festival Noon-6pm at the Kingsley’s Brownson Park. Free Admission.  A celebration of not only the Adams Fly, but a celebration of all things fly fishing. An original Len Halladay Adams Fly is housed at the Kingsley Branch Library, and each year on the first Saturday in June, the village and visitors from far and wide celebrate its history. Festivities include fly tying demonstrations, casting instruction, river boat displays, fly fishing art, fly fishing merchandise, live and silent auctions, Adams fly lore and history, Adams Fly swag, live music and a micro brew tent filled with Northern Michigan brews and ciders. Admission fot microbrew $20. Proceeds are contributed to the Kingsley Friends of the Library for educational, cultural and social programming. Info: www.tadl.org/kingsley

 

June 4…Mackinac Animal Aid Association Garage Sale starting at 10a 545 Chambers St-St Ignace. Furniture, toys, small appliances. Coffee and donuts by donation. Proceeds benefit homeless pets in Mackinac County. Info: 906-298-1668

 

June 4…3rd Annual Brew Fest noon-6pm at Bridge Park-Charlevoix. Over 20 breweries and cideries will offer their finest, with live music and local food. $10, includes 2 drink tickets. Info:Charlevoix.org

 

June 4… Maritime Heritage Alliance’s 30th Annual Boat Auction: Registration & viewing of boats, 9am; bidding, 11am, Discovery Center, TC. Benefits the Schooner Madeline, MHA Restoration Shop, & other MHA projects. www.maritimeheritagealliance.org

 

June 4…6th Annual Recycle A Bicycle Bike Swap 9a-2p at the Old Town Parking Deck-Traverse City. Buy, sell or trade bikes or accessories like bike trailers, racks, frames, etc. All bikes must be in ride-able condition. Info: 231-941-4300

 

June 6-10 22nd Annual Smart Commute Week. The Challenge is open to the public and there are no age or team size restrictions. This year’s event also features a regional competition between Traverse City and Smart Commute Emmet County. Last year Traverse City won the challenge but it was a pretty close and Petoskey is looking to bring the trophy back to Emmett County. For more information, please visit www.SmartCommuteTC.org or call TART Trails at 231.941.4300.

 

June 7…Wexford County Veterans’ Stand Down for homeless and in-need Veterans and their families. Services include treatment/counseling, state assistance, employment, education, benefits, housing and more. 10:30-2:30 at the National Guard Armory-Cadillac. Info: 231 775-4401 ext 15711

 

June 9…Traverse City County Veterans’ Stand Down for homeless and in-need Veterans and their families. Services include treatment/counseling, state assistance, employment, education, benefits, housing and more. 10:30-2:30 at the VFW Post 2780 – Traverse City. Info: 231 775-4401 ext 15711

 

June 10-11…Otsego Lake Splash In at Otsego Lake County Park. Friday:  Arrivals  ~  Cookout  ~  Campfire. Saturday:  Parade of Planes  ~  Contests ~ Banquet. Info: gaylordmichigan.net

 

June 10-11…East Jordan Rotary Show 7pm at the East Jordan Community Auditorium. Tickets $10. Info: ejrotary.com

 

June 10 – Sept 2 every Friday…Stroll The Streets 6-9pm downtown Boyne City. Live music, artists, magicians, food and fun! Info: boynechamber.com

 

June 11…Otsego County Household Hazardous Waste Day 9a-2p at the County Road Commission. No appointment needed. Find out what you can recycle at www.otsegorecycling.org

 

June 11…Charlevoix County Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off 9a-1p. Reservations begin May 31st, for a time slot, location information and a complete list of hazardous items. Call 231.582.6193.

 

June 11…Show off your ride car show 10am, downtown Central Lake. Also arts, crafts, food, music & fun! Info: centrallakechamber.com

 

June 11…Leland Wine & Food Festival 1-8pm in Historic Fishtown. Live music, local breweries, wines, food, and more! $15 adv/$20 at event. Under 21 or food only $10 adv/$15 at event. Info: lelandmi.com

 

June 11…Rogers City Spring Fest Arts & Crafts Show 10-5p at Westminster Park-Downtown Rogers City. Enjoy many talented artists, musicians and crafts people from all over Michigan. There will also be a bake sale and other vendors too. There will be kids activities and bounce houses for the kids. Info: 989-734-4587

 

June 11…11th Annual Waterfront Wine Festival 4-7p Harbor Springs Waterfront. General Admission tickets are $20 in advance or $30 day-of and include two free wine tastings (4oz), complimentary wine glass and endless samples by participating restaurants.  Extra Taste tickets available for purchase at event. Info: harborspringschamber.com

 

June 11…12th Annual Fishing Tournament for ages 16 & under (accompanied by adult) Registration 8:30-9, 9a-11:30 fishing, 11:30-noon food & prizes. Free. Bring your own fishing pole & life jacket, bait provided. Next to State Street Bridge-Cheboygan.

 

June 11-12…Fresh Water Festival 11a-5p at the Elk River Landing-Elk Rapids. Brings together groups such as the Coast Guard, Coast Guard Auxiliary, Traverse Area Community Sailing, Quantum Sail, YMCA, US Power Squadrons, Paddle Antrim, Level 40 Adventures, Maritime Heritage Alliance, and others. Kids' event, prizes. Info: elkrapidschamber.org

 

June 11-12…Free fishing weekend! No license needed!

 

June 12…Annual Colantha Walker Dairy Festival 9a-3p at the Village at Grand Traverse Commons. A free, family-friendly festival in celebration of Traverse Colantha Walker, the most famous cow in town! Pancake breakfast, live music, farmers market, arts & craft market, kids' activities, food & drinks, a memorial parade to Colantha's headstone, the Great Grilled Cheese Grill-off, and MORE! Info: www.traversecity.com

 

June 12…Strawberry Social 11a-2p at the Kalkaska Memorial Assisted Living Center. Area residents are invited to come and enjoy a selection of food at reasonable cost, children's games, and more. For more information, call 231-258-7502.

 

June 13-July 1…Meet Up and Eat Up Summer Food Service Program 9-10am and 11:30 to 12:30 Mon-Fr at Boyne Falls Public School. Free meals for children 18 and under or up to 26 who are enrolled in an educational program for the mentally or Physically disabled. Info: 231-549-2211

 

June 16-18…GTKC All Breed Dog Show at Northwestern Michigan Fairgrounds. Info: traversecity.com

 

June 17…Suttons Bay Summer Solstice Art & Wine Walk starting at 5pm. The event features galleries & shops in the village partnering with Leelanau wineries for a perfect summer evening. Each gallery and shop will host an artist and their work, along with wine tasting and hors d'oeuvres. Info: suttonsbayarea.com

 

June 17-18…Antiques On The Bay Auto Show-St Ignace. Show features: Original, Restored Classic & Antique vehicles on display along the downtown waterfront.  Period clothing, Entertainment and a Mackinac Bridge Rally all add to the festivities!  Info: www.saintignace.org

 

June 17-18…Ellebration! Parade, bonfire, kids games, pig roast and more in Ellsworth! Info: 231-360-0676

 

June 17-19…Summer Arts & Craft Show – Washington Park, Cheboygan. Info: cheboygan.com

 

June 17-Sept 2…Stoll the Streets tfills downtown Boyne City with music and fun every summer Friday evening for the 13th year. Music ranges from traditional folk, bluegrass and jazz to rock. Special activities include magicians, caricature artists, face-painters and balloon-twisters. Info: strollthestreets.com

 

June 18…Collars for a Cause Pet Adopt-a-thon 10a-1p at Dave Kring Chevrolet-Cadillac in Petoskey. Dave Kring will donate $50 toward each adoption with the Little Traverse Bay Humane Society! Plus free Kilwin’s Ice Cream, hot dogs, raffle, face painting and more! Info: 231-347-2396

 

June 18…Greatest Midwest Town Party Noon-4pm at the Open Space-Traverse City. Celebrating the community’s title at the Greatest Midwest Town by Midwest Living Magazine. Live music, ice cream, demonstrations, face-painting and more! Info: traversecity.com

 

June 18…33rd Annual Custom & Classic Car show 9a-6p downtown Cheboygan.

 

June 18…Boy Scout Troop 89 is holding fun filled family style hobo dinner with games and prizes to help the boys continue their scouting careers. 5-6pm at The Hippie Dip on Salling Ave-Lewiston. By donation. Info: 989-306-8179

 

June 18…Bark in the Park Annual Dog Competition 1-4p at American Legion Park-St. Igance. Registration $15 and includes a t-shirt for you, bandana for your best friend. Free for spectators. Contests include: best smile, best tail wag, best trick, biggest ears and more. Info: saintignace.org

 

June 18…35th Annual Taste of the North at the Little Traverse Historical

Museum 11a-2p. Features food samples from 20+ area restaurants. In addition to great food there will be activities for children, historic displays and more..   Tickets for food and drinks will be sold at the gate.

 

June 18-19…Wings Over Northern Michigan at the Gaylord Regional Airport. Pre-sale til May 31 $10. $12 at the gate, kids under 5 free, ages 6-12 $5. 9a-5p, airshow performers 1-4p. Info: 989-732-4218

 

June 19…Strawberry Festival noon-4p at Depot Park-Alden. Info: helenatownship.com

 

June 20…Grilling for a Cure. Come join your friends, neighbors and local celebrities for the longest picnic on the longest day, a sunrise-to-sunset fundraising event to honor the strength, passion and endurance of those living with Alzheimer's and their caregivers. All proceeds benefit Alzheimer's Association. At the American House in Charlevoix and Petoskey. By donation. Info: www.comfortkeeperspetoskey.com

 

June 21-26…Freedom Festival-East Jordan. Music, Food, carnival, entertainment, activities, parade, fireworks and more! Info: visitmichiganupnorth.com

 

June 22-Aug 17…Evenings at the Gazebo 6:30 Boyne City. Held each Wednesday. Bring your blanket, chair and good mood that will be made better by the terrific music you'll hear each week. Info: boynechamber.com

 

June 23-25…41st Annual St. Ignace Car Show Weekend-Downtown St. Ignace. Hundreds of antique, custom, and celebrity automobiles take part in this internationally acclaimed event. Parades, cruises, awards, and more! Exhibits, vendor booths and more make this a fun, family event. Info: stignacecarshow.com

 

June 23-25…Big Ticket Festival. Fun, worship, entertainment, activities & speakers and more at the Otsego County Fairgrounds. Info: bigticketfestival.com

 

June 23-Aug 25…Every Thursday- Street Musique 7-9pm throughout the streets of Harbor Springs. Music, kids activities, and more! Info: streetmusique.com

 

June 24-25…SOBO Arts Festival – Boyne City. Celebrate everything "art", including painting, sculpture, performance, and music. Info: 231-582-6222.

 

June 24-25…Bay Harbor Vintage Car & Boat Festival. A Fantastic collection of classic cars and wooden boats! Info: petoskeyarea.com

 

June 25 – Sept 3…Stone Circle Gatherings 9-11pm. Poetry, storytelling and music are featured at this unique outdoor amphitheater every Saturday beginning June 25 through Labor Day Weekend. Poet bard Terry Wooten will host the gatherings beginning at 9 PM around the fire. Sit under a canopy of stars perched on a boulder, or bring a blanket. Stone Circle is located ten miles north of Elk Rapids off US 31. Turn right on Stone Circle Dr., and follow signs. There is a $5 donation for adults, $3 for kids 12 and under. Info: traversecity.com

 

June 25… Celebrate Log Cabin Day at Besser Museum (491 Johnson St.) in Alpena from 12noon-4PM. Besser Museum has partnered with the Michigan DNR to experience life as it was over 100 years ago in Alpena! Come enjoy guided tours, learn about star-lore with mini planetarium shows & enjoy music by Pickin' for People, and more! Info: www.bessermuseum.org

 

June 25…Solstice Festival at Elberta’s Waterfront Park. Musicians & entertainers, activities for kids including face painting, games and prizes. Adults can enjoy the Beer garden, along with local wines and food from local restaurants and vendors. Info: vistibenzie.com

 

June 25…7th Annual Long Lake Lights Festival - Alpena. Triathlon, arts & crafts, horseshoe tournament, live entertainment, kid zone, fireworks and more! Info: longlakelightsfestival.com

 

June 25…World Championship Wanigan Race 10:30 launch at the Waterways Campground-Cheboygan. Info: cheboygan.com

 

June 25…Traverse City Wine & Art Festival 4-9pm at the Village at Grand Traverse Commons. Celebrate win, food & culture. $55 adv/$65 at gate. Info: traversecity.com

 

June 25…Fundraiser/Benefit 5-9pm at Alanson High School. Kids carnival, bounce house, silent auction, 50/50 raffle, live music, food and more. $10 admission, $5 12 & under. Funds will help 13 year old Delainie, who has been diagnosed with Xeroderma Pigmentoson – which means she must stay out of the sun. Hoping to raise enough money to help build an enclosed room at her home similar to a green house that will have special glass to block the UV rays and allow her to spend time outside. Info: 231-838-5791

 

June 25…3rd Annual Fine Art & Craft Show 9a-3p at the First Congregational Church-Gaylord. Info: 989-732-5726

 

June 25-26…18th Annual Charlevoix Summer Art Show featuring a mix of fine art and fine crafts displayed on the shores of scenic Round Lake in East Park. Sat 10-5, Sun 10-3p. Info: Charlevoix.org

 

June 25…Grass River Annual Benefit Concert 6-10p at the Alden Depot Park. Tickets $25, limited seating. Proceeds from event support the education, conservation and environmental activities of Grass River. Event includes Michigan's own band, The Rogbirds, rain or shine, under the big tent.  Food, beer, wine. Details and tickets available at www.GrassRiver.org

 

June 25…Fine Art & Craft Show 9a-3p at the First Congregational Church-Gaylord. Info: 989-732-5726

 

June 25-26…Mackinaw City Arts and Craft Show in Conkling Heritage Park. 10-7p Sat, 10-3p Sunday. Features 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. Info: mackinaw-city.com

 

June 25-26…Friends of the Charlevoix Public Library Summer Book Sale. Thousands of books, CDs, and DVDs. 10-5p sat, 1-5p Sun. Info: charlevoixpubliclibrary.org

 

June 26…Waganakising Bay Day 1-4p Bayfront Park-Petoskey. Demos, arts & crafts, boat rides, nature exploration and more! Info: ltbayday.com

 

June 30-July 3…Cedar Polka Fest. Hearty food, drink and continuous polka music and dancing.  Flag raising ceremony is on Thursday, parade on Saturday at noon and Polish mass on Sunday morning at 11 am. Thurs-Sat $10 adults, Sun $5. Ages 13-20 ½ price, 12 & under free – when accompanied by parent. Info: cedarpolkafest.com

 

July 2…22nd Annual Lake Ann Homecoming Celebration 9a-3p in S.S. Burnett Park. Activities include vintage tractor parade at 11 am, bake sale, country store, craft sale, flea market, children’s games, cake walk, bounce house, pony rides, live music, wagon and vintage car rides, rifle and quilt raffle, and large silent auction.  Lunch will be available in the town hall from 11:30 am - 1:30 pm.  The Almira Historical Museum and other historical buildings will also be open for visitors. Proceeds from Homecoming benefit the Almira Historical Society, which is dedicated to preserving the heritage of Almira Township and the Village of Lake Ann. Info: 231-275-7362

 

July 3…Annual Summer Fun Party 5-10 at Thurston Park-Central Lake. Food, fun, music and more! Info: centrallakechamber.com

 

July 4th….Independence Day Events in Central Lake: Pancake Breakfast, Arts and Crafts Bazaar, Parade, Strawberry Social, Library Book Fair, Children’s Events; (water slides, bouncy houses, cotton Candy, Sno cones,) Dunk Tank, Lions Club Chicken BBQ Dinner, Music by the Night Shift, Fireworks Show at dusk. Info: centrallakechamber.com

 

July 11-Sept 2…Meet Up and Eat Up Summer Food Service Program 9-10am and 11:30 to 12:30 Mon-Fr at Boyne Falls Public School. Free meals for children 18 and under or up to 26 who are enrolled in an educational program for the mentally or Physically disabled. Info: 231-549-2211

 

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