NOV DEC 25-01
Radcliffe Reading Society (aka Kids Book Club): Discuss “The Whizz Pop Chocolate Shop” by Kate Saunders. 3:30-4:30pm, McLean & Eakin Booksellers, Petoskey. Free, reservations required. 231-347-1180. www.mcleanandeakin.com
OTP Studio Theatre Auditions for VENUS IN FUR: 7pm, OTP Studio Theatre @ the Depot, TC. Roles for one man & one woman. Auditionees will be asked to read from the script & should be familiar with the play. Perusal scripts are available for a $10 deposit at the OTP Business Office. Performances will be Feb 7-22, 2014. For more info, go to: www.oldtownplayhouse.com
Empty Bowls Luncheon: Empty Bowls fund raiser supports the Manna Food Project and its operations. Come pick a beautiful handmade bowl crafted by a local potter and enjoy a hearty bowl of soup from the chefs at Staffords. 11am-1pm, Stafford’s Perry Hotel, Petoskey. $35 early bowl pick; $20 regular pick. http://visitors.petoskey.com/events/details/empty-bowls-luncheon-1630
Surviving The Seasons...Of Stress: How can we minimize the negative effect of stress on our body? In this talk Dr. Don Piche’ will explore emotional stress & walk through a principled sequence of steps that will help your body cope more efficiently to stress. Held at Performance Chiropractic, TC at 6:15pm. No charge, but reservations must be made: 922.0110.
OTP Studio Theatre Auditions for VENUS IN FUR: (See Mon.)
Fiddler on the Roof, Jr.: Performed by the Benzie Central sixth graders at 7pm at the Benzie Central Auditorium. Tickets: $2 adults, $1 students. 231-882-4498, ext. 2233.
InterActive StoryTime: Featuring “Six Dinner Sid” by Inga Moore, followed by special activities and crafts. 11am, Great Lakes Children’s Museum, TC. www.greatlakeskids.org
Author Signing: “Holiday Dinners” with Bradley Ogden: Featuring 150 cherished recipes for a range of winter holidays. With Ogden’s focus on responsible cooking, he includes information on buying sustainable local ingredients, and a glossary of terms. 2-4pm, Horizon Books, TC. www.horizonbooks.com
Downtown Traverse City Turkey Trot: These 5K run/walk & 5-Mile Flier races start & finish on Thirlby Field at Running Stadium (main entrance on 13th St.) at 9 a.m., and the courses run through downtown TC. Awards will be given to the top three overall male & female finishers, as well as age group winners, at 10:30 a.m. Registration: $35 adults/$15 students before Nov. 28; $40 adults/$20 for students on race day. All proceeds, less operating costs, will go to local charities. More info or to register, visit http://trot.evugo.com.
Third Annual Charlevoix Area Turkey Trot 5k Run/Walk: 8:30am, starting at Charlevoix Area Hospital. $12 individuals; $30 family. http://cah.org/events/turkeytrot2013.html
9th Annual 5k Turkey Vulture Trot: This run/walk is held on a paved, looped-course through the scenic rolling terrain of Crystal Mountain. 5k starts at 9am; 1-mile Fun Run at 10am. 5K: $25 thru Nov. 27; $30 on race day. 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk: $10 thru Nov. 27; $15 on race day. http://www. crystalmountain.com/events/9th-annual-5k-turkey-vulture-trot
Turkey Leg 5k Run/Walk: Hosted by The Outfitter of Harbor Springs. Proceeds (suggested donation of $10) go directly to the Harbor Springs Area Food Pantry! Free kids run afterwards. Meet at Zorn Park, Harbor Springs, 9am. http://visitors. petoskey.com/events/details/turkey-leg-5k-runwalk-1665 or call 231.526.2621.
2013 Petoskey Turkey Trot: 5K Run/Walk, 9am, Pennsylvania Park. $30; $15 students 18 & under. www.events.bytepro.net/PetoskeyTurkeyTrotforC harity2013
Boyne City Kiwanis Turkey Trot 5k & 1-Mile Fun Run: 9am, Veterans Park. $20 pre-registration; $25 day of. www.runmichigan.com
THANKSGIVING DINNERS 7th Annual Community Thanksgiving Dinner: Noon-3pm,
St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church, Charlevoix. Sponsored by
the Charlevoix Ministerial Association. No charge. To help with dinner,
call Joy at 231-547-4813.
St. Joseph Catholic Church, East Jordan Thanksgiving Dinner: 1pm social hour; 2pm dinner.
25th Annual Thanksgiving Day Dinner: Held from 1-3pm at Trinity Lutheran Church, TC. For info about transportation, delivered meals or donations, call 231-409-2894.
Boyne City Eagles Free Thanksgiving Dinner: 12-2pm, Boyne City Eagles. Call 231-582-6904 in advance for a ride or delivery.friday 11/29
Leland PJ Party & Sale: 8am-5pm. Shop in pjs & enter to win a prize basket. www.lelandmmi.com
Horizon Books, TC Events: 10am-12pm:
Author Signing: Bill O. Smith follows up his bestselling “Chickadees at
Night” with this holiday themed “Chickadee Spirit”. 12-2pm: Author
Signing: Kate Freeman, “Twinkle of Fairyland”. Twinkle is a free
spirited fairy who loves to visit the meadow, which is part of the human
world. 2-4pm: Author Signing: Kalynn Brower, “Green Tara”. When
Virginia was a little girl, she thought her mother had abandoned her.
Years later, she discovers a navigation chart marking her mother’s
last-known destination, the legendary planet Green Tara. 8:30-10:30pm:
Live Music with Zach Graft, who will perform a rare concert on violin
with a Celtic slant. www.horizonbooks.com
12th Annual Community Tree Lighting & Open House: Open house, 11am-7pm; tree lighting, 5:30pm. Three Pines Studio, Cross Village. 231-526-9447. www.threepinesstudio.com
Annie The Musical: Presented
by the Cadillac Footliters Junior Players. Little orphan Annie is
trying to find her parents, who left her on the steps of an orphanage
run by the cruel Miss Hannigan. 7pm, Cadillac High School Auditorium.
Tickets, $10 in advance & $12 at the door; $3 students 6-12; 5 &
under, free. www.cadillacfootliters.com or 231-775-7336.
Boyne City Holiday Open House & Parade: At
5pm the Boyne Area Girl Scouts will light the Community Christmas Tree
at the west end of One Water St., near Sunset Park. There will also be
caroling, music by Tom Heath of A+ Digital DJ’s, and Santa arriving on
his sleigh, joined by some of his elves, and some reindeer from the
North Pole. Parade starts at 6pm. www.boyne.com
Black Friday Fun Day: 10am-5pm,
Dennos Museum Center, TC. Spend a day at the Dunes during the
off-season by completing a scavenger hunt of the museum, including the
exhibition, “Art of the Sleeping Bear Dunes: Transforming Nature into
Art”. Children, ages 16 & under, will receive a special prize for
finishing the scavenger hunt. 231-995-1029.
Antrim Ski Academy Ski Swap Check In: Bring
in your equipment & clothing tonight from 5-8pm to the Grand
Ballroom at The Lakeview Hotel, Summit Village, Shanty Creek Resorts for
placement in Saturday’s sale. Late check in will be available Sat. from
8-10am, but you are encouraged to utilize Fri. night’s check-in.
Christmas Arts & Crafts Show: 9am-4pm, Cheboygan Eagles Hall.
Jazz with Ron Getz: 7-9pm, Northern Natural Cider House, TC. 943-1078.
24 Hr. Basketball Game: Businesses/organizations throughout the community will partner with TC West by “sponsoring” an hour of play time. Each hour will be the TC West Basketball Family against a “community” team. Proceeds help the mens basketball program & a percentage will be donated to “Cancer Travels”. Tip off is at 5pm tonight & the final buzzer is at 5pm tomorrow night. 231-883-1596.saturday 11/30
Breakfast with Santa!: 10:30am,
Brookside Inn, Beulah. $10/person, $5/kids 5 & under. Free gift for
kids. Buffet brunch, storytime, photos. Call 231-882-9688.
Thanksgiving Craft Show: All day at K of C Hall, Cheboygan.
Shop Small Business Saturday: Support
small businesses in your local economy, including in The Village at
Grand Travere Commons, TC. Enjoy special offers, samples, free wine
tasting, an indoors farmers market and more. Call your local businesses
for more info.
Thanksgiving Weekend Rail Jam for Manna: 11am,
Nub’s Nob, Harbor Springs. Need a signed release form and either $5 or 5
canned goods with all registration fees & food stuffs donated to
the Manna Food Project of Petoskey.
The Accidentals and Bennett: The
Accidentals, made up of Savannah Buist and Katie Larson, are a young
duo writing indie-pop-folk. Bennett is a group of three college students
on the violin, guitar, mandolin, accordion, piano and vocals, bringing
folk music. 7:30pm, W.T. Best Theater, Old Art Building, Leland.
Tickets: $12 adults, $5 students at the door. You can reserve tickets by
Horizon Books, TC Events: 11am-1pm:
Author Signing: Diane Tracey, “A Tale of a School-dazed Duck”. Tale of a
mama duck that hatches her ducklings right by an elementary school,
& wants her babies to grow up to be educated. 1-4pm: Author Signing:
PJ Parrish, “Heart of Ice”. Florida PI Louis Kincaid wants to wear a
badge again. But before he can, he must return home to Michigan— and
some unfinished business. 8:30- 10:30pm: Live Music with Clayton Smith.
Clayton plays acoustic guitar with vocal material, as well as classical
piano and piano & vocal pieces. www.horizonbooks.com
Five local authors and one illustrator will be “booksellers” at Horizon
Books on this Small Business Saturday. From 10am-12pm, Richard Alan
Hall (“Remarkable”) will help shoppers pick out books. From 11am-1pm,
Elizabeth Buzzelli (“Dead Little Dolly”), Mardi Link (“Bootstrapper”),
and Aaron Stander (“Death In A Summer Colony”) will be booksellers. At
12pm, Jerry Dennis (“It’s Raining Frogs & Fishes”) will be helping
customers with their book selections, and at 2pm, Glenn Wolff
(Illustrator, “It’s Raining Frogs & Fishes”) will join Jerry in
Annie The Musical: (See Fri., except there is also a 2pm performance today.)
Antrim Ski Academy Ski Swap: 9am-5pm, Grand Ballroom at The Lakeview Hotel, Summit Village, Shanty Creek Resorts. Equipment pickup from 5-6pm. http://www.antrimskiacademy.com/ swap.html
Great Macaroni & Cheese Bake-off: A
chef from a participating area restaurant will be located at each of
the eight Wineries of Old Mission Peninsula (WOMP) wineries, & will
be challenged to take the classic comfort food dish of macaroni &
cheese & personalize it with his or her touch, turning it into a
culinary marvel. Each dish will be expertly paired with an Old Mission
Peninsula wine & attendees will vote to determine which dish is
their favorite. Tickets for this event, which runs from 10am – 5pm, are
$38.50 ($10 off for designated drivers, which includes everything but
the wine) & include a souvenir glass and wine/pasta tasting at all
eight wineries. To purchase, go to wineriesofoldmission.com or
24 Hr. Basketball Game: (See Fri.)
2013 Stafford’s Downtown Petoskey Holiday Parade: 10am.
This parade, “Holidays in Candyland,” will wind through downtown
streets & end at Perry Hotel, where children can see Santa.
Featuring marching bands, horses, reindeer, and more. Bring an new,
unwrapped toy for “Toys for Tots”. www.petoskeydowntown.com
Sparkle in the Park: Enjoy great holiday decorations at Hopkins Park Campground, Bear Lake.
How Grinchy Met the Who: By
Berocratic Productions. This is a Mash-Up Rock ‘n Roll Musical
Christmas Parody. Fast-paced comedy with live music, dance, and aerial
arts, and features local talent. 7:30pm, InsideOut Gallery, TC. Tickets:
$15 in advance & $18 at the door. www.brownpapertickets.com/event/505963.
Northport Holiday Celebration: Featuring
merchant open houses, an arts & crafts bazaar (10-3), music and
caroling (5:45) and the lighting of the big tree (6).
Henry and Mudge: Don’t
miss this musical adventure about the inseparable boy and dog duo. Best
enjoyed by ages 4 to 10, but is fun for the whole family! Shows at 11am
& 1:30pm, City Opera House, TC. Tickets, $8. www.cityoperahouse.org
“A Don’t Hug Me Christmas Carol”: Presented
by the Elk Rapids Players at Elk Rapids Town Hall at 7:30pm. The
classic tale of Charles Dickens meets Fargo. Tickets $18. 231-264-6330.
Village of Elk Rapids Holiday Open House: Downtown Elk Rapids. Featuring a Model Train Station Depot, Santa Claus, Scavenger Hunt gift basket, & more.
Holiday Fun in Frankfort!: 17th Annual Holly Berry Arts & Crafts Fair: Featuring over 100 artists! 10am-4pm, Frankfort High School. 231-352- 7251.
Santa and Mrs. Claus: Enjoy horse-drawn carriage rides & visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus! 1-3pm, Sleeping Bear Inn, downtown Frankfort.
Tree Lighting: 7pm, Rotary Park.
“Poetry In Michigan/Michigan In Poetry” Reading: Held
from 7-9pm at Brilliant Books, TC. This anthology of poetry,
interspersed with stand-alone works of art, explores the variances in
Michigan landscape; shoreline; lives lived in the city, town, and
countryside; the uncommon diversity of cultures, points of view,
concerns, celebrations, losses, and histories. 90+ Michigan poets &
30 visual artists represented. Local poets featured in the collection
include Michael Delp, Jack Driscoll, Anne-Marie Oomen, Teresa Scollon,
Alison Swan, and Angela Williams. 946-2665.
Downtown Harbor Springs Christmas Tree Lighting: 6:30pm.
Northern Michigan Chorale leads in Christmas carols. Visits with Santa,
handmade stocking ornaments, hot cocoa & cookies. Followed by Chili
Supper, Holy Childhood Church. www.HarborSpringsChamber.com
Farmland 5k Sign Up Party: Receive
a discount code for 15% off the race entry fee, & sign up online in
the store. Runners will also be treated to Cherry Republic samples.
3-7pm, Cherry Republic, TC. The Farmland 5k will be held on Dec. 7. For
more info email: firstname.lastname@example.org
“It”: This romantic comedy film staring Clara Bow with Stephan Warner on the Wurlitzer will be shown at the Music House Museum at 5:30 & 7:30pm. Tickets: $15 adults, $13 seniors & $5 students. Visit www.MyNorthTickets.com or call 938-9300.sunday 12/1
Santa Paws/Open House: Have
your pets’ pictures taken with Santa Claus for a donation of
$10/picture. Prizes will be awarded for the cutest, largest, smallest,
most unusual and best costumed pet. Noon-4pm, Cherryland Humane Society.
Christmas Party: Make
& take wreaths, jewelry, holiday crafts, & listen to holiday
music while visiting with friends and neighbors. 1-4 pm, Solon Twp.
Horizon Books, TC: 12-2pm:
Author Signing: Monica Farrier, “A Sprinkle Family Christmas”. Dobie
Sprinkle is a tiny elf boy who lives with his family in the forest. The
elder elves are wary of the townsfolk, but Dobie begins to grow curious
about their strange world. 2-4pm: Author Signing: Dan Hendrix, “The
King’s Daughter”. This is the tale of four Irish fishermen who, during
the mid-nineteenth century, journey from Ireland to America in search of
a new life. But when they settle on a remote wilderness island in Lake
Michigan, their peaceful and promising refuge suddenly becomes a
battleground of religious conflict and social unrest. www.horizonbooks.com
St. Andrews Society: Buffet
dinner at 6pm, followed by Highland Dancers, haggis, bagpipes, harpist
& more at Mt. Holiday, TC. $20 adults. Reservations required: 231
Jazzy Christmas III: 2pm,
Central United Methodist Church, TC. This non-profit outreach concert
features the Trillium Singers, the Christmas Combo, and Sashay. Enjoy an
afternoon of a cappella singing and instrumental jazz. Proceeds go
toward feeding the homeless at Central United Methodist Church’s
homeless outreach. A free will offering will be taken. 231-645-2662.
Sparkle in the Park: (See Sat.)
“A Don’t Hug Me Christmas Carol”: (See Sat., except today’s time is 3pm.)ongoing
TC Sings: Community
singing session at the Grand Traverse Circuit, noon-2pm on Wednesdays
through Dec. 4; and 7-9pm on Thursdays through Dec. 5. email@example.com.
Visits with Santa: Saturdays through Dec. at Stafford’s Perry Hotel, Petoskey.
Technique Cooking: Thursday, Friday and Saturday at noon; Thursday, 5:15pm, at Fustini's, Petoskey. Cost, $10 which go toward purchase.
Meditation & Yoga: Free
meditation class at Shanti School of Yoga, TC, every Friday, 7:30pm;
free Om Gentle Yoga on Sunday, 10:30am. (Logan's Landing, TC)
Winter Farmers Market: Held the second Thursday of each month at the Civic Center, East Jordan. Special holiday dates: Nov. 27 & Dec. 23.
“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 MSU, at the Dennos Museum Center, TC, through Jan. 5. www.dennosmuseum.org
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,
“Window Night Award”: From Dec. 1-7, business and home windows in Elk Rapids will be judged. For more info call 231-264-8202.
Deep Blue Water Samba School: This
community samba drumming class is held the 1st & 3rd Mon. of each
month from 7:30-9pm at GT Circuit, TC. Cost: $10 sliding scale.
Petoskey Winter Farmers Market: Fridays, 8:30am-1pm, NCMC Student Services Bldg.
Harbor Springs Winter Farmers Market: Saturdays, 9am, HS Middle School (except Thanksgiving week).
Boyne City Indoor Market: Every Sat., Nov.-April at the Red Barn, next to the Boyne District Library on Park Street, 9am-1pm.
Kids Open MIC: Held every Saturday at 3pm at Northern Natural Cider House, TC. 943-1078.
22nd Annual Tree of Lights: For
each $10 donation either in honor or in memory of a pet or person, a
light will be lit on the Christmas Tree of Lights. Begins Dec. 1.
Cherryland Humane Society, TC. Donations can be sent here too. 946-5116.
“Saturday’s Child”: This story time is for families with children ages 3-7. Featuring songs, stories, finger plays, poems, a craft or other activity, and a snack. Held Saturdays from 3-4pm in the Program Room at Petoskey District Library. www.petoskeylibrary.org or 231-758-3112.
Operation Christmas Child: Faith
Reformed Church in Traverse City is a collection center for Operation
Christmas Child, a project of Samaritan’s Purse that collects
gift-filled shoeboxes & delivers them to needy children all over the
world. You can make your donations Nov. 18-25. Call 231-590- 5069 for
drop off hours. For info re. other drop off locations, call
Bring Mittens, Socks & Hats: To
E.J. Bay Winds Federal Credit Union, Charlevoix State Bank &
Huntington Bank, Nov. 18 - Dec. 13 & hang them on the Christmas tree
for Care & Share to distribute.
Calling for ‘UnderPantry’ Donations: United
Way of Northwest Michigan has partnered with Goodwill Inn to support
their ‘UnderPantry’. Donations of new undergarments (socks, underwear,
undershirts and bras) can be dropped off at United Way of Northwest
Michigan, the Park Place Hotel, Grace Episcopal Church and all of the
local Goodwill Retail locations between November 23rd and December 13th.
www.unitedwaynwmi.org or 231-947-3200.
Holiday Giving Program: Stop
by any Kewadin Casino through Nov. & bring in three non-perishable
canned goods or one unwrapped toy valued at $10 & receive $5 in
Kewadin Credits. Help stock local food pantries & toy banks this
holiday season. 1-800-KEWADIN.
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
Oleson’s Dollar Drive supports Safe Home: Oleson’s
Food Store in Petoskey is giving shoppers the opportunity to support
the Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan’s domestic abuse Safe
Home during a ‘Dollar Drive’ taking place Nov. 17-28. The Oleson’s
Foundation is providing a $1,000 match for the first $1,000 raised.
Christmas Pet Food Drive: Donations
of bagged, canned or boxed pet food, pet treats, cat litter &
washable toys are appreciated. Bring donations to the Cherryland Humane
Society, TC from Dec. 1 - Christmas. 946-5116.
Bikes for Tykes: Donate a new bike or cash donation, & it goes to Toys For Tots. Take them to: VFW POST #2780: Veterans Drive, TC; & AMVETS #114, Elk Rapids. (231) 620-1323.
Northern Michigan Toys For Tots: Visit their Facebook page for info on donating. https:// www.facebook.com/...Michigan-Toys-For- Tots/220559857882art
Christmas at the Manistee Art Institute: Member
artists feature many different mediums from watercolors and pastels to
ceramics, pottery, collage, photography, mixed media and fabric art.
This exhibit opens Nov. 30, from 1-8:30pm. An Artist’s Reception will be
held on Dec. 13 from 6:30- 8:30pm. Hardy Hall, Ramsdell Theatre,
Manistee. For times & more info, call 231-723-2682.
Crooked Tree Arts Center’s 2013 Holiday Art Bazaar: Held through Dec. 18 at CTAC galleries. (231) 347-4337. www.crookedtree.org
Jordan River Arts Council’s Gift Market: Held Nov. 24 - Dec. 20 at East Jordan High School Auditorium. jordanriverarts.com or 231-536-3385.
Ian Wilson: Artist-In-Residence: Exploring distortion through portraiture. Through Dec. 10, Kalkaska County Library. 231-258-9411.
“Cabin Fever”: Exhibit at the Elizabeth Lane Oliver Center for the Arts, Frankfort, through Jan. 3.
Dennos Museum Center, TC: “Annual Cape Dorset Print Exhibition & Sale”: This year’s collection consists of 32 prints by 11 artists. Through Dec.1;
Gregory D. Seman”: Photographs of Northwest Michigan. A solo exhibition
of black & white silver gelatin prints, presented in association
with the publication of a book by the same name. Through Jan. 5; “Art of
the Sleeping Bear Dunes”: Transforming Nature into Art. More than 100
artworks in a variety of media including acrylic, oil, watercolor, &
fabric, from some the region’s most versatile artists. Exhibition
produced in conjunction with release of book by the same name. www.dennosmuseum.org
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 www.tinyurl.com/artbombtc. com Deadline for entry is Dec. 14.
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.
Art of Recovery: The Human Journey: Exhibition hosted by Northern Lakes Community Mental Health at the InsideOut Gallery, TC. northernlakescmh.org.
Bier Art Gallery’s Annual Holiday Openhouse/ Art Demonstrations & 4th Annual Ornament Show: Held
Nov. 29-30, 10am-6pm, located in the red & white schoolhouse 6
miles south of Charlevoix on US 31. Discover a unique selection of
handmade ornaments and gifts featuring the creative works of many
talented artisans. Bier Gallery is open daily throughout the holiday
season and the ornament show will continue through this time as well.
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, Village at G.T. Commons through Dec. 1. www.thevillagetc.com.
The Shards of Winter Exhibition: Nov. 29 through March at Three Pines Studio, Cross Village. Open House held on Nov. 29 from 11am-7pm. 231-526- 9447. www.threepinesstudio.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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