6th Annual Shiver by the River! SNOCROSS is a highlight of this three day event that takes place in Frankfort this Friday through Sunday, February 14- 16. Other events include the Betsie Bay Frozen 5K, Winter Parade, kids games, Ice Rescue, chili cook-off & much more. For a complete list, visit: http://www. frankfort-elberta.com/ or call 231-352-7251.
2014 Winter Lecture Series: Presents “A Walk Through Time: Cheboygan’s Main Street in Pictures”. Exhibit of more than 100 of the History Center’s images of historic downtown Cheboygan. 7-8:30pm, Cheboygan Area Public Library. $3 members/$4 non-members. www.cheboyganhistorycenter.org
Grand Traverse Humanists Meeting: Jeremy Beahan, co-host of Reasonable Doubts Podcast & instructor of philosophy and world religions, will speak on “Does Religion Make People Better?” 7pm, History Center of TC. 231-392-1215.
Chapter Chicks Mother Daughter Book Club: Grade school girls are invited with an adult. Meet for a potluck dinner, a craft, & to discuss the book “A Dog’s Life” by Ann M. Martin. 6:30pm, Peninsula Community Library, TC. www.peninsulacommunitylibrary.org or 231-223-7700.
Beyond the Bay Film Series: Presents “The Rocket,” Feb. 9-11 at The Bay Theatre, Suttons Bay at 6pm. Tickets at the door, $8.50, or you can subscribe to the whole series. http://www.thebaytheatre.com
The League of Women Voters Leelanau County Hosts Big Picture Society Film Presentation: This documentary by Chris Paine chronicles the life & mysterious death of the electric car developed in the mid-90’s. 3pm, Old Art Building, Leland. http:// lwvleelanau.org/ or 231-409-9339.
Story Hour - Valentines Day: 10am, Horizon Books, TC. www.horizonbooks.com
Family Dinner & a Movie Night: 5:15-8pm, Harbor Springs Sk8 Park & Ice Rink. Featuring “Ivan the Incredible”. Dinner (pizza) is $5. 231- 526-0610.
Death Café - An Open Conversation about Death: 6-7:30pm, Traverse Art & Design Studio, TC. www.deathcafe.org
Beyond the Bay Film Series: (See Mon.)
Nutrition Talk: This free health education talk will be held at Saks Wellness Center in Gaylord at 6:30pm. 989-732-7000.
Coffee at Ten: Todd & Brad Reed are a father-son outdoor photography team who will discuss working together & their unique approach to photography. 10am, CTAC Edith Gilbert Gallery, Petoskey. 231-347-4337 or www.crookedtree.org
InterActive Story Time: Presents “In the Snow: Who’s Been Here?” by Lindsay Barrett George. 11am, Great Lakes Children’s Museum, TC. http://www.greatlakeskids.org
Petoskey Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours: 5-7pm, Nub’s Nob, Harbor Springs. Mardi Gras theme. $7 Chamber members; $12 non-members. 231-347-4150.
Embrace the Dream 25 cent Matinee: Featuring “Malcolm X” at the State Theatre, TC at 10:30am. http://www.statetheatretc.org or 947-4800.
Create Your Own Peace Flags: 4pm, Traverse Area District Library. www.tadl.org
Picnic at the Opera: Join host Miriam Pico for northern Michigan’s only Live TV Variety Show. 12- 1pm, City Opera House, TC. This week’s special guests are Brett Mitchell, TC West Musical Dept. & Kristy Avery. Free. www.cityoperahouse.org
Family Fitness Challenge: Modeled on real Olympic training skills, this challenge is open to families with children ages 4 – 14. This week’s course is: Biathlon - Move quickly through the pool, shooting targets with a water gun. 7pm, John & Marnie Demmer Wellness Pavilion & Dialysis Center, Petoskey. Cost, $10 per class. 231-487-3440.
Brie Book Club: Featuring “Aviator’s Wife” by Melanie Benjamin. 3:30pm, Alden District Library. 231-331-4318.
Morning Book Discussion Group: Featuring “The Bean Tree” by Barbara Kingsolver. 10am, Interlochen Public Library. www.tadl.org/interlochen or 231-276-6767.
Music with Dominic Fortuna: This internationally known Broadway singer will perform at this Valentine’s Day celebration at the Golden Fellowship Hall, next to
the Interlochen Public Library. Lunch at 12pm, followed by music. 24 hr.
advanced registration required: 231-922-4911. Sponsored by GT County
Senior Center Network.
Benzonia Academy Lecture Series: Presents “The Hammer of Witches: Witchcraft in the 16th and 17th Centuries” by Dr. Louis Yock. 4pm, Benzie Area Historical Museum. www.benziemuseum.org or 231-882-5539.
Family Valentines Day Dance: 6-8pm, Cadillac Area YMCA. Enjoy fun family music, dancing, snacks & more. $5 members/$6 non-members. http://www.cadillacareaymca.org/
Venus in Fur: An
exasperated playwright/director & a tiresome seemingly dingbat
actress struggle for power & dominance in this seductive &
darkly funny comedy. 7:30pm, Studio Theatre, Depot, Old Town Playhouse,
TC. Tickets, $15. www.oldtownplayhouse.com
TC Winter Comedy Arts Festival: Feb. 13-16. Today features Rosie O’Donnell at 8:30pm at State Theatre. An outspoken & dedicated philanthropist, O-Donnell returns to stand-up following a major heart attack that inspired her to share her new perspective on parenting, marriage, illness, & celebrity. Tickets: $40-$50. http://wintercomedy.org/friday 2/14
Waterways Ice Festival: Feb.
14-15 at Mullett Lake Marina, Cheboygan. Today’s events (3-11pm)
include Spud Stud, lighted ice games, music by The Chimney Rock Band
& The Brewhouse Band, & more. $7.50 or $15/family. www.
WaterwaysIceFestival.com or 231-268-3377.
Chance to Dance: Enjoy
a variety of music styles. Singles & couples welcome. 10pm-12am,
NMC, Physical Education building, room 120, TC. $5. 231-499-9793.
Venus in Fur: (See Thurs.) Toddler Time: Valentine’s
Day Fun! Children can explore & create their own Valentine’s Day
collage or card. 10am-noon, Great Lakes Children’s Museum, TC. http://www.greatlakeskids.org
6th Annual Shiver by the River: Feb.
14-16, Frankfort. Today’s events include the racer checkin at the
Benzie County Eagles #3313. http://www.frankfort-elberta.com/ or
Arts Academy Chamber Singers: 7:30pm, Dendrinos Chapel & Recital Hall, Interlochen Center for the Arts. $10 adults, $7 seniors & students. www.interlochen.org
Win.ter.ven.tion: Feb. 14-16 in Harbor Springs. http://www.harborspringschamber.com/wintervention-336/#.UvDvrvb9pZg
Manistee County Library Valentine Booklover’s Sale: 10am-5pm, The Book House, behind the Manistee County Library. 231-723-9329.
Live Music with Parallel: This trio consists of Jeff Winkler on classical guitar with his wife & her sister singing. 8:30-10:30pm, Horizon Books, TC. www.horizonbooks.com
TC Winter Comedy Arts Festival: Feb. 13-16, TC. Today features Tig Notaro, Sinbad, Mike Toomey & many others. For a complete list & tickets, visit: http://wintercomedy.org/
Chocolate-Covered Boyne: Feb.
14-15 in Boyne City. Fifth annual event offers chocolate tastings,
entertainment and a Wine, Women and Chocolate concert (8pm at Freshwater
Art Gallery on Feb. 15). http://www.boynechamber.com/Annual-Events/chocolate-covered-boyne.html
Northland Players Present “Murder... Twice Baked”: Dinner at 7pm, show at 8pm, Audie’s Restaurant, Cheboygan. 231-436-5744. Deirdre - A Celtic Tale: Presented
by the Northwest Michigan Ballet Theatre. 7pm, Milliken Auditorium,
Dennos Museum Center, TC. Tickets: $15 adults, $10 students/seniors.
mynorthtickets. com or 929-2787.
Seventh Annual Share the Love Food Drive & Novice Psychic Fair: Feb. 14-15, Higher Self Bookstore, TC, 10am-5pm. Taking food stuffs for local pantries, giving free reading, refreshments. www.higherselfbookstore.com or 941-5805.
Singles Mingle: 7-10pm, Castle Farms, Charlevoix. Series of short one-on-one dates designed to introduce you to a wide variety of people in a short amount of time. Tickets, $15; must be purchased in advance by Feb. 12: http:// www.castlefarms.com/michigan-events/community-events/ or 231-237-0884, ext. 225.
Kids! Film Series: Featuring the French film “The Painting”. 10:30am, Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. Geared towards upper elementary aged children. Free. 231.347.4337.saturday 2/15
Northland Players Present “Murder... Twice Baked”: (See Fri.)
Waterways Ice Festival: Feb.
14-15 at Mullett Lake Marina, Cheboygan. Today’s events include a
walleye & perch fishing tournament, Snowmobile Poker Run, chili
competition, dog sled rides & much more. $7.50 or $15/family. www.
WaterwaysIceFestival.com or 231-268-3377.
Lunch & Learn: Presented by Friends of the Cadillac Library. Discussing “Annie’s Ghosts” & Eloise Hospital in Detroit. 11am-1pm, Lakeside Charlie’s, Cadillac. Tickets at Brinks Art & Frame Shop, Cadillac. 231-876-3246.
Moonlight Owl Hike: The
Great Horned & Barred owls are beginning to nest at Grass River
Natural Area. Learn about their calls & habits and take a moonlit
hike in the woods. $5. Meet at Grass River Natural Area, Bellaire at
7pm. www.grassriver.org or 231-533-8314.
Venus in Fur: (See Thurs.)
Free Fishing Weekend: All
fishing license fees will be waived Feb. 15-16 in Michigan.
Mid-Winter Mushroom Hunt: Join
local foraging group W.E.E.D.S. while seeking the Chaga mushroom or
Tinder Conk, a powerful medicinal mushroom. 1pm. Call ahead for
location. Free. Bring skis/snowshoes. 231-536-0333 or www.Wagbo.org
Arts Academy Band: 7:30pm, Corson Auditorium, Interlochen Center for the Arts. $10 adults, $7 seniors & students. www.interlochen.org
Seventh Annual Share the Love Food Drive & Novice Psychic Fair: (See Fri.)
Lakeside Shakespeare Theatre “How Do I Love Thee” Workshop & Performance: Free
workshop for kids ages 6-15 from 11am-2pm (registration required),
followed by an evening performance at 7pm, Oliver Art Center, Frankfort,
& then an afterglow at Stormcloud Brewery. http://www.
Chocolate-Covered Boyne: (See Fri.)
6th Annual Shiver by the River: Feb.
14-16, Frankfort. Today’s events include the Betsie Bay Frozen 5K,
Winter Parade, kids games, Ice Rescue, chili cook-off & much more.
http://www. frankfort-elberta.com/ or 231-352-7251.
14-16 in Harbor Springs. 10am-3pm. Today’s activities include: ice boat
display & demo, sled dogs, snowshoe exploration & much more. http://www.harborspringschamber.com/wintervention-336/#.UvDvrvb9pZg
TC Winter Comedy Arts Festival: Feb.
13-16, TC. Today features Dave Foley & Tim Meadows, Michael Ian
Black with Dan St. Germain, TJ & Dave & many others. For a
complete list & tickets, visit: http://wintercomedy.org/
Deirdre - A Celtic Tale: (See Fri., except today’s performances are at 2pm & 7pm.)
Chamber Music North Presents Blakemore Trio: Critics
have described this trio’s performances as having “riveting intensity”.
7:30pm, Black Star Farms, Suttons Bay. Tickets, $25. There is also a
pre-concert dinner at 5:30pm for $30. http://cmnorth.org/concerts.htm
Manistee County Library Valentine Booklover’s Sale: (See Fri., except today’s time is 10am- 4pm.)
2nd Annual Snowshoe Stampede: 5K
Snowshoe Stampede & 1 Mile Snowflake Race (12 & under) both
start at 10:30am at the Leelanau Outdoor Center. $20 registration fee
includes lunch. Rentals available onsite. http://www.locprograms.org/snowshoe-stampede-sign-up/ or 231-334-3808.
Grateful Snowshoe Benefit: Presented
by the Little Traverse Bay Humane Society. 11am-2pm, PB&J Farm,
just north of Harbor Springs. Walk your dog through the woods & then
enjoy lunch. Participants are encouraged to gain sponsors for the walk to raise funds for
the homeless animals at LTBHS. Registration at 10am; walk starts at
11:30am. Cost, $35 flat fee, or $35 in sponsors. www.ltbhs.com or 231-347-2396.
Northaire Resort 4th Annual Fishing Contest: 10am-3pm, Bellaire. 231-587-6200 or http://www. bellairechamber.org/events/4/29/
Romancing the Riesling: Enjoy
some of the best Rieslings that northern Michigan has to offer, paired
with a food offering at participating wineries from 11am-5pm. Tickets,
$20 ($15 in advance). mynorthtickets.com or 231.223.7355.
Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy Snowshoe Hike: 10am-12pm, Arcadia Dunes. We will depart from the Baldy Parking Area. Three mile hike. www.gtrlc.org or 929-7911.
7th Annual Bay Harbor Bridal Expo: 12-3pm,
Bay Harbor Conference Center. Receive insight on this year’s latest
trends, learn tips from top wedding resources & meet northern
Michigan’s vendors. Admission, $5.
2014 Home EXPO: Sponsored
by the Home Builders Association of the Grand Traverse Area. 9am-6pm,
Grand Traverse Resort & Spa, Acme. Features exhibits of over 125
building contractors, remodelers, landscapers, financiers & other
businesses related to the region’s construction & remodeling
4th Annual Shiverfest: Held
in Ellsworth Feb. 15-16, today’s events include a fishing contest,
Wings of Wonder President’s Day Weekend Eagle Release, The Breezeway
Snowmobile Ride, Dark Sky Hike & more. 231-360-0676.
Women, Wine, Chocolate & Song: Featuring
Blake Elliott & guest, DarleneYa, Robin lee Berry & Ruby
Williams with special guests Norm Wheeler & Glenn Wolff. 8pm,
Freshwater Art Gallery, Boyne City. Tickets: $25 advance, $30 door.
231-582- 2588 or freshwaterartgallery.com
Funny Business Comedy Show: With Frank Roche & Sally Brooks. 9pm, O Zone, Odawa Casino, Petoskey. $5. 1-877-442-6464.
14th Annual Glen Arbor Winterfest: Featuring a perch fishing contest & chili cook-off. http://www. visitglenarbor.com/event/2014-glen-arbor-chilicookoff/
Kids! Film Series: Featuring
“Arnie the Doughnut,” “The Elves and the Shoemaker,” “Dem Bones,” &
“That New Animal”. 10:30am, Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. Geared
towards lower elementary & pre-school aged children. Free.
Tri-States Synchronized Skating Competition: Hosted
by the Traverse City Figure Skating Club at Centre Ice Arena, TC,
9am-5pm. Fifty-three teams will compete consisting of over 700 skaters
from the beginner through senior level. Tickets: $10 adults, $5 children
(5-12) & seniors (60+). http://gofiguretc.org/
Cinema Italiano: Featuring
“La Peggior Settimana Della Mia Vita” (The Worst Week Of My Life), with
embarrassing but funny situations on how the days before a wedding can
turn into the worst week of one’s life. 6-8pm, Building 50, above
Trattoria Stella, TC. Bring a dish to pass & your favorite beverage.
RSVP: 941.1900, ext. 18.
2nd annual YetiFest™: Suttons Bay Chamber of Commerce’s winter festival helps raise money for the Suttons Bay-Bingham Library & the Inland Seas Education Association. Featuring the Snow Bike Challenge, chili cook-off, 4-on-4 pond hockey tournament, & much more in Suttons Bay. http://www.theyetifest.com/sunday 2/16
Venus in Fur: (See Thurs., except today’s time is 3pm.)
“Unlikely Heroes of the Arab Spring”: Presented
by Tom Skinner, senior executive producer of Free To Choose TV, at the
Old Art Building’s W.T. Best Theater, Leland at 5pm. 231-256-2131.
5th Annual Have a Heart Valentine’s Benefit & Dance for Brother Dan’s Food Pantry: Noon - 9pm, Emmet County Fairgrounds, Community Building. Featuring TNT, Pete Kehoe & Michelle Chenard, Northern Nites, Jelly Roll Blues Band & more. Cost, $15 (children 10 & under, free). Please bring non-perishable canned goods/boxed foods.
Free Fishing Weekend: (See Sat.)
6th Annual Shiver by the River: Feb. 14-16, Frankfort. Today’s events include the SNOCROSS snowmobile race. http://www.frankfort-elberta. com/ or 231-352-7251.
4th Annual Shiverfest: Held in Ellsworth Feb. 15- 16, today’s events include the Fireworks Fun Run & more. 231-360-0676.
TC Winter Comedy Arts Festival: Feb. 13-16, TC. Today features “The Muppets,” “Night at the Museum,” & more. For a complete list & tickets, visit: http://wintercomedy.org/
“Two by Two”: This
duet recital is presented by the Members of the Cherry Capital Area
Chapter of the American Guild of Organists at 3pm at Trinity Lutheran
Church, TC. 231-590-9733.
Marriage - Why Bother?: Today’s topic is “Crazy Love” at Bay Pointe Community Church, TC. For more info, visit: www.bponline.org or call 922-9882.
Soup’r Bowl Competition: At
ECCO, downtown TC, 11am-3pm. Soup throwdown between a dozen TC
restaurants who’ll be serving up steaming hot soup samples. Tickets: $8
for 8 samples. http://wintercomedy.org/ or 944-3040.
Win.ter.ven.tion: Feb. 14-16 in Harbor Springs. Today’s activities include the Legion Breakfast & Chili Cook-Off. http://www.harborspringschamber.com/wintervention-336/#.UvDvrvb9pZg
10th Annual Harbor Springs Area Chili Cook- Off: 2-4pm,
Stafford’s Pier Restaurant, Harbor Springs. $10 adults, $5 children
(ages 7-12). Also please bring non-perishable items for donation to The
Harbor Springs Food Pantry. http://www.harborspringschamber.com
2014 Home EXPO: (See Sat., except today’s time is 11am-3pm.)ongoing
Two New “Legends of the Grand Traverse Region”: Father
Fred (Edwin Fredrick), founder of the Father Fred Foundation, & Roy
& Ellen Brigman, founders of Camp Roy-El, which from 1952 to 1991
was a camp for children with disabilities. Feb. 5 - April 12, History
Center of Traverse City. Free. traversehistory.org or 995-0313.
Iceskating Games: Held
at the ice rink at Harbor Springs’ Sk8 Park on Saturdays through March
15 from 1-3pm. Includes broomball, four corners, pom-pom & more.
Snowshoe Hikes: Held
every Sat. through end of Feb. with park rangers at 1pm at the Sleeping
Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Meet at the National Lakeshore Visitor
Center in Empire. 231-326-5134, ext. 328.
Snowshoe Tours at Michigan Legacy Art Park, Crystal Mountain Resort, Thompsonville: See the sculptures & wildlife in the art park, Sundays through Feb. 23 at 2:30pm. Cost, $10. www.michlegacyartpark.org or 231-378-4963.
Earthwork Music Mondays Live: 6-8pm, Northern Natural Cider House, TC. 943-1078.
East Jordan Winter Farmers Market: Held the second Thursday of each month at the Civic Center, East Jordan.
Village Farmers Market: Saturdays, indoors at The Village at Grand Traverse Commons, 10am- 2pm.
Charlevoix Winter Farmers Market: Thursdays, 9am-1pm, Charlevoix Public Library, Community Rooms A & B.
Petoskey Winter Farmers Market: Fridays, 8:30am-1pm, NCMC Student Services Bldg.
Habor Springs Winter Farmers Market: Saturdays, 9am, HS Middle School.
Frankfort Farmers Market: Saturdays, 9-1, inside Lions Club.
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.
Free Yoga: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, 5:30pm, at Song of the Morning, Vanderbilt.
“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, & a snack. Held Saturdays from 3-4pm in the Program Room at Petoskey District Library. www.petoskeylibrary.org or 231-758-3112.
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.)
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. 231-276-2328.
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,
Out Up North: Watercolor art by Sarah Tule at Cycling Salamander, Charlevoix.
Preschool Story Hour: Held Wednesdays at 10am & 1pm at Interlochen Public Library. 231-276-6767.
Gentle Yoga: Gentle
instructor Tina Livingston offers yoga basics at the Peninsula
Community Library, TC for adults & teens every Weds. at 9:30am. $7
fee. Register: 231-223-7700.
Hot Reads for Cold Nights: A
winter reading club at Peninsula Community Library, TC. Pick up a log
& read eight books between now & Spring Equinox (March 20) to
have your name entered into a drawing. Books must be checked out at PCL!
Bring in the Little Ones: To move, shake & sing along every Mon. from 10:30-11am at The Little Fleet, TC. Suggested donation, $5. www.thelittlefleet.com
Peepers Nature Preschool: Tuesdays
through May 20, 10-11:30am, Boardman River Nature Center, TC. Featuring
stories, crafts, music & discovery activities. $5. www.natureiscalling.org
PDL Reader’s Theater: Elementary
group meets on Mon., 5:30pm; Teen group, Weds., 5:30pm. Program Room,
Petoskey District Library. Actors use their voices & upper bodies to
convey various roles in a script through reading to an audience.
231-758-3123 or www.petoskeylibrary.org
Lil’ Souls Play Group: For
moms & kids, birth - 6 years. Meets 2nd & 4th Thurs. of each
month from 9:30-11:30am at Bay Pointe Community Church, TC. www.bponline.org
Parent/Child Story Times: Mon.
& Thurs., 10:30 am, Children’s Program Room, Petoskey District
Library through May 16. Enjoy stories, songs, Puff the Magic Dragon
& more. For children 18 mos. to three-years-old. www.petoskeylibrary.org or 231-758-3100.
Mah Jong: Tues., 1-4 pm, Alden District Library. No limit on participants. All levels. http://aldenlib.info/
Vinyl Night: Bring records to play every Thursday at Little Fleet, TC, all night.
Community Playgroup: Held Tuesdays through May 27 at Otsego County Community Center from 9:30-11:30am. Free. For children ages 0-5. 989-732-7289.
Great Start Playgroup: Held
the fourth Weds. of each month, 10 am, Alden District Library. Bring
your preschoolers to play, hear stories & meet new friends.
Technique Cooking: Thurs., Fri. & Sat. at noon; Thurs., 5:15pm, at Fustini's, Petoskey. Cost, $10, which goes toward purchase.
Hip Hop Universe: Competitions, dance lessons & food at the Kalkaska Kaliseum, every third Wednesday of the month, 4:30-7:30pm.
Read to Chaz, Therapy Reading Dog: Second & fourth Wednesdays of each month, 4-6pm, Interlochen Public Library. 231-276-6767.
Basketry: Wednesdays, 3pm, Alden District Library. Presented by Dorothy Walters. Join anytime. Materials fee—bring with you to the class. http://aldenlib.info/ or 231-331-4318.art
“Benzie A La Mode: Snow-Inspired Oil Landscapes”: Featuring
Ellie Harold’s paintings of Benzie County barns & complements the
outdoor offerings of Frankfort’s winter festival, Shiver by the River.
The opening/artist reception is held on Feb. 15 from 11am-4pm, Ellie
Harold Fine Art Studio & Gallery, Frankfort. Runs through March 1. www.EllieHarold.com or 231-352-6233.
“Walking Through Light” Art Show: This exhibit displays the artwork of Sarah Kathryn Byers. Feb. 7 - March 14, Traverse City Art and Design Studio. 231-421-9499.
Village Invitational Quilt Show: A
showcase of area fiber & textile artists. Feb. 7 - March 4, in the
Mercato, near Notably Natural, Suite 25, Village of Grand Traverse
Commons, TC. 929.1100.
Charlevoix Circle of Arts’ “Artists North” Exhibit: Held through March 29 at Charlevoix Circle of Arts. Opening: Feb. 15, 6-8pm. www.charlevoixcircle.org or 231.547.3554.
Tasting the Land of Color: Discover Kaye Krapohl’s new work of still life, water & winter scenes through Feb. 28 at The Box, TC. www.theboxtc.com
Interpretations Exhibit: Featuring children’s art from the Otsego County Sportsplex Day Camp & the artists’ interpretations. Feb. 5 - March 1, Gaylord Area Council for the Arts. www.gaylordarts.org or 989-732-3242.
2014 Juried Photography Exhibition: Through April 5, Bonfield Gallery, Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. www.crookedtree.org
The Clark Historical Library: On display at Crooked Tree Arts Center’s Gilbert Gallery, Petoskey through April 5. Featuring 52 original works of art created as book illustrations from the Clark Historical Library’s Molson Art Collection at CMU. 231-347-4337.
Wild Fungi Art Series: Series
of acrylics on canvas featuring edible local wild mushrooms by local
artist & amateur mycologist George Meredith at SEVENS Paint Store,
1602 Barlow St., TC. 946-0468.
Studio & Pottery Demonstrations: Michiganbased
artists will conduct live demonstrations on pottery, tile & jewelry
making techniques every Sat. through April 26 from 10am-4pm at Sturgeon
River Pottery, Petoskey. Free. 231-347-0590.
“Places I’ve Been: Paintings by Dan Oberschulte”: Held in Rinaldo Hall, Gallery Fifty, The Village at Grand Traverse Commons, TC through March 31.
Dennos Museum Center, NMC, TC: Making Paper Dance: The Art of Pop Up Books: Featuring
pop-up books from the 1800s to present, lent from private collections
& the Special Collections Library, U of M, along with paper
sculptural works by U of M paper engineer Matt Schlian. Through April 6.
Gwen Marston: Contemporary Quilts: Survey of over 30 works Marston has done, including some of her “Small Studies”. Through April 27. www.dennosmuseum.org
Clothesline Project: More
than 40 t-shirts designed by local survivors of domestic abuse &
sexual assault will be displayed at the NCMC library in Petoskey from
Feb. 10-21. The shirts provide a way for survivors to break the silence
about these crimes & release their stories. Presented by NCMC &
Women’s Resource Center of Northern MI. wrcnm.org or 231-348-6600.
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 & Heather Harris-Brady, at the Watershed Center, TC. A portion of sales protect GT Bay. www.gtbay.org
The Shards of Winter Exhibition: Through March at Three Pines Studio, Cross Village. 231-526-9447. www.threepinesstudio.com
Farm to Frame: Good Food, Good Neighbors: Displayed
in Charlevoix, hung in three venues: ‘From the Farm’ category will be
at the Charlevoix Public Library; ‘From the Market’ will be at the
Depot; & ‘From the Table’ at Stafford’s Weathervane. Sponsored by
ISLAND, CTAC, & Petoskey Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation.
Fresh Air: Plein air paintings by Heidi Marshall at Three Pines Studio, Cross Village.
Furniture, Fiber & Sculpture Exhibition in Honor of Evelyn Sorenson: Hosted by Elizabeth Lane Oliver Center for the Arts, Frankfort, through Feb. 28. www.oliverartcenterfrankfort.org or 231-352-4151.
Call for Art: Community art show, Right Brain Brewery, TC, “Art Bomb” happening through March. Visit www.tinyurl.com/artbombtc.com
Call for Artists: All types of media for the March exhibit, "Community, What's Your Connection?", Bay Pointe Church, TC, Feb. 24-28. Opening, March 14, 6pm. 922-9882.
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