Letters 10-24-2016

It’s Obama’s 1984 Several editions ago I concluded a short letter to the editor with an ominous rhetorical flourish: “Welcome to George Orwell’s 1984 and the grand opening of the Federal Department of Truth!” At the time I am sure most of the readers laughed off my comments as right-wing hyperbole. Shame on you for doubting me...

Gun Bans Don’t Work It is said that mass violence only happens in the USA. A lone gunman in a rubber boat, drifted ashore at a popular resort in Tunisia and randomly shot and killed 38 mostly British and Irish tourists. Tunisian gun laws, which are among the most restrictive in the world, didn’t stop this mass slaughter. And in January 2015, two armed men killed 11 and wounded 11 others in an attack on the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. French gun laws didn’t stop these assassins...

Scripps’ Good Deed No good deed shall go unpunished! When Dan Scripps was the 101st District State Representative, he introduced legislation to prevent corporations from contaminating (e.g. fracking) or depleting (e.g. Nestle) Michigan’s water table for corporate profit. There are no property lines in the water table, and many of us depend on private wells for abundant, safe, clean water. In the subsequent election, Dan’s opponents ran a negative campaign almost solely on the misrepresentation that Dan’s good deed was a government takeover of your private water well...

Political Definitions As the time to vote draws near it’s a good time to check into what you stand for. According to Dictionary.com the meanings for liberal and conservative are as follows:

Liberal: Favorable to progress or reform as in political or religious affairs.

Conservative: Disposed to preserve existing conditions, institutions, etc., or to restore traditions and limit change...

Voting Takes A Month? Hurricane Matthew hit the Florida coast Oct. 6, over three weeks before Election Day. Bob Ross (Oct. 17th issue) posits that perhaps evacuation orders from Governor Scott may have had political motivations to diminish turnout and seems to praise Hillary Clinton’s call for Gov. Scott to extend Florida’s voter registration deadline due to evacuations...

Clinton Foundation Facts Does the Clinton Foundation really spend a mere 10 percent (per Mike Pence) or 20 percent (per Reince Priebus) of its money on charity? Not true. Charity Watch gives it an A rating (the same as it gives the NRA Foundation) and says it spends 88 percent on charitable causes, and 12 percent on overhead. Here is the source of the misunderstanding: The Foundation does give only a small percentage of its money to charitable organizations, but it spends far more money directly running a number of programs...

America Needs Change Trump supports our constitution, will appoint judges that will keep our freedoms safe. He supports the partial-birth ban; Hillary voted against it. Regardless of how you feel about Trump, critical issues are at stake. Trump will increase national security, monitor refugee admissions, endorse our vital military forces while fighting ISIS. Vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence will be an intelligent asset for the country. Hillary wants open borders, increased government regulation, and more demilitarization at a time when we need strong military defenses...

My Process For No I will be voting “no” on Prop 3 because I am supportive of the process that is in place to review and approve developments. I was on the Traverse City Planning Commission in the 1990s and gained an appreciation for all of the work that goes into a review. The staff reviews the project and makes a recommendation. The developer then makes a presentation, and fellow commissioners and the public can ask questions and make comments. By the end of the process, I knew how to vote for a project, up or down. This process then repeats itself at the City Commission...

Regarding Your Postcard If you received a “Vote No” postcard from StandUp TC, don’t believe their lies. Prop 3 is not illegal. It won’t cost city taxpayers thousands of dollars in legal bills or special elections. Prop 3 is about protecting our downtown -- not Munson, NMC or the Commons -- from a future of ugly skyscrapers that will diminish the very character of our downtown...

Vote Yes It has been suggested that a recall or re-election of current city staff and Traverse City Commission would work better than Prop 3. I disagree. A recall campaign is the most divisive, costly type of election possible. Prop 3, when passed, will allow all city residents an opportunity to vote on any proposed development over 60 feet tall at no cost to the taxpayer...

Yes Vote Explained A “yes” vote on Prop 3 will give Traverse City the right to vote on developments over 60 feet high. It doesn’t require votes on every future building, as incorrectly stated by a previous letter writer. If referendums are held during general elections, taxpayers pay nothing...

Beware Trump When the country you love have have served for 33 years is threatened, you have an obligation and a duty to speak out. Now is the time for all Americans to speak out against a possible Donald Trump presidency. During the past year Trump has been exposed as a pathological liar, a demagogue and a person who is totally unfit to assume the presidency of our already great country...

Picture Worth 1,000 Words Nobody disagrees with the need for affordable housing or that a certain level of density is dollar smart for TC. The issue is the proposed solution. If you haven’t already seen the architect’s rendition for the site, please Google “Pine Street Development Traverse City”...

Living Wage, Not Tall Buildings Our community deserves better than the StandUp TC “vote no” arguments. They are not truthful. Their yard signs say: “More Housing. Less Red Tape. Vote like you want your kids to live here.” The truth: More housing, but for whom? At what price..

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- November 11th, 2013  

NOV 11-17

“Trekking the Pyrenees, Corsica GR20 & Swiss Alpine Pass Route”: Join Sara Cockrell for her most recent adventures in this Slideshow Benefit this Thurs., Nov. 14 from 6:30-8:00pm at Backcountry North’s US 31 Store, TC. $5 suggested donation benefits the Grand Traverse Hiking Club’s new Fife Lake NCT loop. 941-1100.

monday 11/11

Craft Beer Week: Held in TC through Nov. 16. For more info, visit: www.thelittlefleet.com

Grand Traverse Humanists Meeting: Glen Chown of the Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy and John Gessner of the Grand Traverse Conservation District will speak on regional land conservancy. 7pm, History Center, TC. Admission is free. 231-392-1215.

Free Veterans Breakfast: 8-10am, North Central Michigan College cafeteria. 231-348-6840

The Bay Film Series: Featuring “Stories We Tell”. 6pm, The Bay Theatre, Suttons Bay. For more info, www.thebaytheatre.com or 231-271-3772.

Bestselling Author US Army Captain Luis Carlos Montalvan: Hosted by A Matter of Honor from 6- 9pm at Bay Pointe Community Church, TC.

Lego Club: Create a design & build it with Legos. 3:45pm, Charlevoix Public Library.

Story Hour: Today’s theme: Moose. Bring the children to hear some stories, do some activities and create a craft. 10am, Horizon Books, TC.

2013 FACES OF THE FALLEN: The Veterans for Peace will hold an all day vigil in honor of the Michigan soldiers from both the Iraq and Afghanistan wars who have lost their lives while serving. The vigil will take place at the Open Space area, TC beginning at 8am.

Veterans Day Ceremony: 11am, Veterans Park, Boyne City.

Free Hair Cuts at love HAIR, TC: For any veteran or service member. Also receive a $5 giftcard. 933-5300.

Veterans Day Observance, NMC, TC: Featuring breakfast at 8am, West Hall, and flag raising at 9am at west end of Tanis Building. 995-2524.

Barrel Aged Hopometry Release: 7pm, Brewery Ferment, TC.

tuesday 11/12

Leelanau Independent Women for Democratic Action: Hosts a panel presentation on “Move to Amend and Corporate Personhood” at 4pm, Leelanau School Dining Hall Building, Glen Arbor. Free. 231-642-1391.

Shipwrecks: Michigan’s Cutter Rescues: Featuring the stories of the Escanaba, Mackinac, Hollyhock, and Sundew, presenter Ric Mixter will provide a tribute to powerful cutters that protect our inland seas. 6:30pm, Charlevoix Public Library.

Traverse Area Chamber of Commerce Business Expo: 9am-5pm, Grand Traverse Resort & Spa, Acme. Featuring 140+ exhibitors & more than 1,300 attendees.

Petoskey Regional Audubon Meeting: Featuring Kevin Cronk, Monitoring and Research Coordinator at Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council. Participants will learn about the Watershed Council’s volunteer lake, stream, and avian botulism monitoring programs. 7pm, Independence Village of Petoskey.

The Bay Film Series: Featuring “Stories We Tell”. 6pm, The Bay Theatre, Suttons Bay. For more info, www.thebaytheatre.com or 231-271-3772.

Short’s Beer Dinner 7:30pm, The Little Fleet, TC: 5 food trucks, 5 unique beers. $55/person. Reserve tickets: www.thelittlefleet.com

Craft & Art Show: Featuring local artisans. 5:30- 8:30pm, TC Golf & Country Club. (Also see Weds.)

wednesday 11/13

Tell Me Your Stor y!: National Day of Listening Event. Held at the Petoskey District Library in collaboration with the Petoskey High School Media Center from 4-6:30pm. For more info, email: childstaff@petoskeylibrary.org

Petoskey Chamber Business After Hours: Featuring a food drive for MANNA. Bring a nonperishable donation. 5-7pm, Northern Lights Recreation. $7 for members.

Poet Terry Wooten: Wooten will discuss his Elders Project. 7pm, Traverse Area District Library, Woodmere, TC.

Creating Health Workshop: Dr. Don Piche will be presenting “Creating Health”, a workshop that looks at the factors shown to promote health and reverse disease processes. 6:15pm, Performance Chiropractic, TC. Free, but make reservations by calling 922-0110.

Charles Marowitz’ “The Shrew”: This wellknown romantic comedy is turned into a gothic tragedy - providing a chilling lens through which to examine the negative roles that power and control play in our relationships. 7pm, InsideOut Gallery, TC. www.insideoutarttc.com or 929-3254.

GTW Network Nite: Featuring speaker Kristen Jongen, owner of Soul Soup. She is going to talk about her artwork, her newest book and some thoughts on leaps of faith. 5-7pm, Warehouse Marketplace, TC. Tickets are 2/$20 or $15 each. Includes wine and appetizers. www.grandtraversewoman.com

Short’s Brewing Beer & Chocolate Pairing: Celebrating Traverse City Beer Week 2013. 6- 9pm, Aerie Restaurant & Lounge, Grand Traverse Resort, Acme. $15/person. 231-534-6800. www.grandtraverseresort.com

New Holland Brewery & Distillery with Idyll Farms and Boss Mouse Cheese: 7:30pm, The Little Fleet, TC. Meet New Holland’s founder & brewer, as well as Idyll Farms and Boss Mouse cheese makers for an evening of cheese, beer & booze pairing. $20/person. Reserve tickets: www.thelittlefleet.com

GirlTECH: 9am-2pm, NMC Great Lakes Campus. Free. 995-2400.

Craft & Art Show: Featuring local artisans. 10am- 4pm, TC Golf & Country Club. (Also see Tues.)

thursday 11/14

Three Hour Motor Coach Tour of NMC, TC: Tour NMC and talk with people in charge of some of their most innovative programs. 1-4 p.m., beginning at the Great Lakes Campus on West Grand Traverse Bay. Reception to follow. Cost, $5. Register: www.nmc.edu/ees or 995-1700.

Street Drum Corps: Hailing from Los Angeles, Street Drum Corps have been called “Soo good” by the New York Post. 7 p.m., Milliken Auditorium. Tickets: Free for NMC students with ID. Others: $25 advance, $22 Dennos Museum members, $28 door (plus $2 fee). (231) 995-1553 or dennosmuseum.org

Morning Book Discussion Group: Featuring Infidel by Ayaan Hirsi Ali at 10am, Interlochen Public Library.

Free Screening of “GASLAND Part II”: Filmmaker Josh Fox uses his dark humor to take a deeper look at the dangers of hydraulic fracking. 6:30pm, Bijou by the Bay, TC. statetheatretc.org/tickets/ or 947-4800.

Leelanau Peninsula Chamber Business After Hours: 5:30pm, Boathouse Vineyards, Lake Leelanau.

A.R. Gurney’s Pulitzer Prize Nominated “The Dining Room”: Seven actors portray 57 characters in 18 life stories. Presented by the Old Town Playhouse Studio Theatre at the Depot, TC at 7:30pm. Tickets: 947-2210. www.oldtownplayhouse.com

Business Owners Speaker Series: “How to Minimize the Risks of Online Marketing and Social Media to Your Business” will be the topic for this event held from 11:30am-1pm at the Hagerty Center, TC. The guest speaker will be Attorney John Di Giacomo, Revision Legal. Di Giacomo is an experienced business, intellectual property, litigation, and internet lawyer. www.speakerseries. biz or 922-3780.

Community Walk: 1-1.5 hr. walk/hike. Meet at Cuppa’Joes/The Village at Grand Traverse Commons, TC at 10:30am. 944-3054.

Charles Marowitz’ “The Shrew”: (See Weds.)

Northwest Lower Peninsula UAW Retired Workers Council Monthly Meeting: Hosting reps from food banks from Antrim, Benzie, Grand Traverse, Kalkaska, Leelanau and Wexford counties. For more info, call 231-313-2597.

Street Drum Corp: These L.A. based musicians perform street drumming & punk percussion at Milliken Auditorium at Dennos Museum, TC at 7pm. Tickets: www.dennosmuseum.org

Career Connection: Featuring “Effective Resumes”. Free. 2-3pm, Traverse City Michigan Works!.

Michigan Writers’ Fall Potluck: 6pm, Unitarian Universalist Congrgation of Grand Traverse, TC. The program after dinner will feature writer’s groups. Please bring a dish to pass.

Books and Brie Book Club: 3:30pm, Helena Township Community Center, Alden. Watching “Man on a Wire,” related to last month’s book, “Let the Great World Spin,” by Colum McCann. Free.

Street Drum Corps: 7pm, Milliken Auditorium, TC. Tickets: Free for NMC students with ID. Others: $25 advance, $22 Dennos Museum members, $28 at door (plus $2 fee). 995-1553. dennosmuseum.org

“Trekking the Pyrenees, Corsica GR20 & Swiss Alpine Pass Route”: Join Sara Cockrell for her most recent adventures in this Slideshow Benefit from 6:30-8:00pm, Backcountry North’s US 31 Store, TC. $5 suggested donation benefits the Grand Traverse Hiking Club’s new Fife Lake NCT loop. 941-1100.

friday 11/15

Friends of Benzonia Public Library’s 2nd Annual Holiday Book Sale: 11am-5pm, Mills Community House, Benzonia. 231-882-4111.

AIGA West Michigan in TC: Featuring the next No Agenda. In celebration of Traverse City Beer Week, designers, developers, photographers, writers and entrepreneurs join for a fun, casual evening of networking and drinks. 5pm, The Workshop Brewing Company. http://westmichigan.aiga.org/upcoming-events/

A.R. Gurney’s Pulitzer Prize Nominated “The Dining Room”: (See Thurs.)

Charles Marowitz’ “The Shrew”: (See Weds.)

Northland Players Present Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas”: 7:30pm, Cheboygan Opera House. Adults $12 & Students $8. Call 627-5841.

Friday Night ‘Cabin Fever’ Artist Talks: Tonight features Jerry Gretzinger discussing his monumental mixed-media map art project, some 30 years in the making. His work has been featured nationally and in ArtPrize. 5:30pm, Elizabeth Lane Oliver Center for the Arts, Frankfort. 231.352.4151.

Songwriters in the Round: Featuring Dede Alderman, Awesome Distraction, and Nick Veine. 8:30-10:30pm, Horizon Books, TC. 231.946.7290. www.horizonbooks.com

Blithe Spirit: This much-revived classic from the playwright of “Private Lives” will be performed at 8pm at Manistee High School. Tickets: $3 students, $5 adults. 231-723-2547, ext. 1257.

Brewery Vivant Beer Dinner: With Brewery Vivant, Roaming Harvest and Cooks House. 7:30pm, The Little Fleet, TC. Four courses, four beers. $55/person. Reserve tickets: www.thelittlefleet.com

Lunch & Lecture Series: Featuring guest speaker Michigan’s Lt. Governor Brian Calley. 11:30am, Elk Rapids AmVets Post 114. Tickets, $20 members; $25 non-members. 231-264-8202. http://elkrapidschamberlunch-efbevent.eventbrite.com/

saturday 11/16

The 9th Annual Holiday Pet Photos with Santa: 9am-1pm, Pet Crisis Center in Bellaire.Featuring Carrie Newton Photography. 231- 533-4070.

Craft Show: 9-3, Long Lake Elementary, TC.

Book Signing with Linda Crawford: Author of “Dottie Raccoon Tales,” Crawford will sign her books at Horizon Books, TC from 2-4pm.

A.R. Gurney’s Pulitzer Prize Nominated “The Dining Room”: (See Thurs.)

Charles Marowitz’ “The Shrew”: (See Weds., except today’s time is 2pm.)

Hunters Supper: 5:30pm dinner & 7:30pm raffle, Summit City Grange, Kingsley. $8 adults, $4 4-10 year olds, free 3 & under. 231-263-4499.

Northland Players Present Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas”: 7:30 p.m., Cheboygan Opera House. Adults $12 & students $8. Call 627-5841 for reservations.

Spanish Movie Event: Spanish speaking patrons are invited to join us after hours at 1 pm for a movie, pizza and craft. Family friendly movie selection will be shown. Peninsula Community Library, TC. www.peninsulacommunitylibrary.org 231.223.7700

Go Global Fair and Workshop: Dennos Museum and Scholars Hall, TC. Free. 995-2524.

Blissfest Fall Concert Series Presents Dustbowl Revival: This Americana swing band performs everything from gospel and jazz to country and swing to blues. Playing a wide array of instruments including the tuba, accordion, pedal steel, fiddle, clarinet, trumpet and banjo. 8pm, Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. Tickets, $20 in advance and $25 at the door. www.blissfest.org

Blithe Spirit: See Fri.

Robert Dubac’s The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?: Laugh as Dubac racks his brain to answer, “What do women want?” Enjoy a combination of theater & stand-up comedy. 8pm, City Opera House, TC. Tickets: $20, $35. www.CityOperaHouse.org/seasontickets 941-8082, ext. 201. (Also see Sun.)

BEER HUNT in Traverse City!: Pointes North will host a 4-5 hr. tour of local Micro-breweries. throughout Grand Traverse area. (800) 968-3422.

MET Opera Live on Screen, TOSCA: 12:55pm, Ramsdell Theatre, Manistee.Tickets: www. RamsdellTheatre.org or 800-396-0717.

Friends of Benzonia Public Library’s 2nd Annual Holiday Book Sale: 11am-3pm, Mills Community House, Benzonia. 231-882-4111.

An Evening with Kristina Riggle: 7-9pm, Brilliant Books, TC. Riggle presents her latest novel, “The Whole Golden World”. Inspired by true events, this novel is about navigating the murky territory between childhood & adulthood, the nature of truth, and who’s really at fault. 946-2665.

Alash: 8pm, Milliken Auditorium, TC. Tickets: Free for NMC students with ID. Others: $25 advance, $22 Dennos Museum members, $28 door (plus $2 fee). 995-1553. dennosmuseum.org

Live Music with Parallel: 8:30 – 10:30pm, Horizon Books, TC. This trio consists of Jeff Winkler on classical guitar with his wife and her sister singing.

Italian Cinema: Featuring “Don Camillo - 1952”. 6pm, Building 50. Bring your favorite beverage and dish to pass. 941-1900.

Lamb’s Retreat: Songwriter concert at Birchwood Inn, Harbor Springs, 8pm. $15. 231-526-2151.

Holiday Expo: 11am-3pm, St. Anthony Parish Life Center, Mackinaw City. Featuring gardens-wreaths, garlands, cookbooks, knitted scarves, books, jewelry, and much more.

sunday 11/17

A.R. Gurney’s Pulitzer Prize Nominated “The Dining Room”: (See Thurs., except today’s time is 3pm.)

Northland Players Present Irving Berlin’s “White Christmas”: 2pm, Cheboygan Opera House. Adults $12 & Students $8. Sunday Matinee $10.00 for Seniors Only. Call 627-5841 for reservations.

Sunday with a Ranger: Join a park ranger from Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore on a tour of the exhibition, Art of the Sleeping Bear Dunes: Transforming Nature into Art. 1pm & 2pm, Dennos Museum Center Galleries, TC. Museum admission ($4 for children and college students with ID; $6 adults; Free for members and NMC students). www.dennosmuseum.org

Robert Dubac’s The Male Intellect: An Oxymoron?: Laugh as Dubac racks his brain to answer, “What do women want?” Enjoy a combination of theater & stand-up comedy. 2pm, City Opera House, TC. Tickets: $20, $35. www. CityOperaHouse.org/seasontickets 941-8082, ext. 201.

HEALTH CARE REFORM: A Community Education Series: Presents “Medicare Education Made Simple: Better Decisions with Medicare Insurance Options,” by Jennifer McDonnell. 5:30pm, Christ United Methodist Church, TC. 946-3048.

Blithe Spirit: See Fri.

Northern Michigan Brass Band: 3pm, Gornick Auditorium, Gaylord High School. Reception following concert with artist Jan Kellogg. Tickets, $10 adults, $8 seniors, & free for students. www.northernmichiganbrassband.org or 989-732-3242.

Carrie Elkin & Danny Schmidt: A concert celebrating folk singer/songwriters, Carrie Elkin & Danny Schmidt’s recent digital release “Together,” a set of two duo tracks. 6pm, InsideOut Gallery, TC. 929-3254.


“A Salute to World War II Veterans”: This exhibit contains local Traverse City area WWII memorabilia from the Con Foster Collection and features local photos of what our citizens did for the war effort. Held through Dec. 6 at The History Center of TC. Cost, $5. 995-0313. www.traversehistory.org

“Guardians of the Great Lakes”: Explore the history of the US Coast Guard with facts dating as far back as 1790 where Alexander Hamilton served as a founding member of this military branch. This exhibit is held through Dec. 6 at The History Center of TC. $5. 995-0313. www.traversehistory.org

Michigan Folksong Legacy: Discoveries from the Great Depression, a traveling exhibit from Michigan State University, at the Dennos Museum Center, TC, Nov. 1-Jan. 5.

Hip Hop Universe: Competitions, dance lessons and food at the Kalkaska Kaliseum, every third Wednesday of the month, 4:30-7:30pm.

Vinyl Night: Bring records to play every Thursday at Little Fleet, TC, all night.

Village Farmers Market: Saturday, indoors at the Village at Grand Traverse Commons, 10am-2pm.

Record Revival Night: Bring your records to Tastes of Black Star Farms, at the Grand Traverse Commons, and listen to tunes while sipping on wine, every Thursday, 6-9pm.

Safe Home Harvest Food & Supply Drive for Women’s Resource Center of Northern MI: Donation drop off sites: Women’s Resource Center, Petoskey; Cheboygan, Gaylord and Mancelona; and Gold Mine Resale Shops, Petoskey. (WRCNM). http://www.wrcnm.org


Ian Wilson: Artist-In-Residence: Exploring distortion through portraiture. Nov. 11- Dec. 10, Kalkaska County Library. 231-258-9411.

Farm to Frame: Good Food, Good Neighbors: Photo and art exhibit featuring subjects from Charlevoix and Emmet counties, at the Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. Oct. 21-Nov. 24. crookedtree.org.

“Cabin Fever”: Exhibit at the Elizabeth Lane Oliver Center for the Arts, Frankfort, Nov. 8-Jan. 3. Opening Nov. 8, from 5-7pm.

Photography Exhibition: Work by Tom Haxby at the Traverse Area District Library.

Glancing Back, Looking Forward: Featuring work by Delbert Michel, Village at Grand Traverse Commons, Nov-Dec.

Call for Artists: Accepting all types of media for the March exhibit, "Community, What's Your Connection?", at Bay Pointe Church, TC, Feb. 24- 28. Opening March 14, at 6pm. 922-9882.

Call for Art: Community art show at Right Brain Brewery, TC, “Art Bomb,” happening January through March. Visit tinyurl.com/artbombtc. Deadline for entry is Dec. 14.

Call for Artists: Open to all students in Charlevoix and Emmet counties, to Crooked Tree's New Year's Eve at the Arts Center. Entry deadline is Nov. 11. Visit crookedtree.org for details. All age, alcohol-free event held Dec. 31, at the arts center in Petoskey, 5-9pm.

Michigan Melody: Exhibition celebrating instrument makers of Michigan and The Joy of Music Through Fine Art, at the Charlevoix Circle of Arts, through Nov. 30. charlevoixcircle.org.

Art of Recovery: The Human Journey: Exhibition hosted by Northern Lakes Community Mental Health at the InsideOut Gallery, TC. northernlakescmh.org.

Art of the Watershed: Featuring Lindy Bishop and Heather Harris-Brady, at the Watershed Center, 13272 S. West Bay Shore Dr. A portion of sales protect GT Bay. www.gtbay.org

"Barre Chords to Mixer Boards: Music is Art.": Multi-media show at the Village at Grand Traverse Commons. Oct. 4-Dec. 1. thevillagetc.com.

Out Up North: Watercolor art by Sarah Tule at Cycling Salamander, Charlevoix.

Fresh Air: Plein air paintings by Heidi Marshall at Three Pines Studio, Cross Village.

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