"PaperWork": This exhibition focuses on works on paper, & works made of paper. It runs Jan. 14 – March 24. It features the work of 21 artists from throughout Michigan, Massachusetts, Missouri, & the nation of Chile. Check web site for hours.
"Woodland Studies": A small exhibition of black & white photographs by Grand Rapids photographer Rodney Martin. The exhibition runs Jan. 7 – April 13 in the GAAC Lobby Gallery. Martin focuses his lens on the landscape. For the images in "Woodland Studies," he zeros in on rivers, woods & orchards in Benzie, Grand Traverse & Leelanau counties. See web site for hours.
Punk Dreamscape: Garcia + Martin + Nemec: Through a combination of symbolic, illustrative & figurative imagery, midwest artists Esteban Garcia, Nick Martin & Aaron Nemec create abstract narratives that verge on the surreal. Mixed media paintings, drawings & sculptures will be on display.
Traverse Area Camera Club Competition Show: This recurring exhibition highlights award-winning photographs produced by members of the Traverse Area Camera Club (TACC). Opening reception on Sat., Jan. 22 from 2-4pm.
Highlands On The Rocks: Snow Cross: This event will pit racers against one another, in a double elimination style tournament. Competitors Meeting at 10am at Highlands Hut. Register online or at Skier Services before 5pm on Sat., Jan. 15.
The Finer Touch of Coloring - An Interactive Art Show: Runs Jan. 14-27. Artist Richard Stocker invites spectators to explore the possibilities of making their own art using his fine art designs. Stocker’s artistic expression of the coloring process will be on display, & viewers can observe the transition from the black & white design into the colored-in design. Stocker will be onsite most days, coloring. Open 11am-3pm daily.
Wagbo Stroll & Sip: Poet-trail: Enjoy the Wagbo fields & forests. Interpretive & interactive activities are installed along the trail. Your hike, ski, or snowshoe starts at the Wagbo barn. You'll make your way around a well-marked path (approx. 1 mile) with your own group. A small warming fire invites you to stop & enjoy a treat & hot beverage.
World Snow Day: Featuring a variety of activities geared to introduce "first timers" to the world of snow. 1pm: Cross Country Presentation: Meet at the Cross Country Learning Center. 2pm: Snowshoeing Presentation: Meet at Park at Water's Edge. 3pm: Adults & Kids Ski & Snowboard Presentation: Meet at Totem Park. 12-4pm: Scavenger Hunt. Pick up clues at the Park at Water's Edge.
Bath School Massacre of 1927: The history of the oldest & deadliest school bombing in the U.S. will be presented by George Robson. Robson’s parents were both in the school at the time of the bombing, which killed 38 children & 6 adults. 231-331-4318.
Disney's Frozen, Jr. by the Young Company: When two princesses are faced with danger, they discover their hidden potential & the powerful bond of sisterhood. With all the songs from the film plus five more from the Broadway production. Performances are Fridays at 7pm, Saturdays at both 2pm & 7pm, & Sundays at 2pm. Masks required.
English as a Second Language Tutoring: People of all ages who wish to improve their English skills are welcome to join for lessons tailored to the skill level of each student. Lessons are free; childcare & materials are provided. Classes will be held each Sunday from 3-5pm. For more info contact Andrea Ballast, email@example.com or 231-714-4678.