Traverse Area Camera Club Member Showcase Exhibit: Photographic exhibit by members of the Traverse Area Camera Club runs from Aug. 30 - Nov. 18. Public reception held on Sept. 11 from 1-3pm in the McGuire Room.
9th Annual Blue Ribbon Run: This 4 mile run/walk along the Boardman Lake Trail is held in memory of Curt Barrons, who was an active member of the local US-Too prostate cancer support group. All race proceeds support local prostate cancer support, education & advocacy groups. Register.
A Brush with Nature Art Show & Sale: Three local artists showcase the beauty of this place they call home - northern Michigan. They include Jacquie Auch, Dorothy McGrath Grossman & Janet Wilson Oliver. The exhibit will be on display Mon.-Fri., from 10am-2pm, & during events in Sept. & Oct. The artists' opening reception will be Thurs., Sept. 15 from 5-7pm with special guests The Suminski Family Trio.
"Charlevoix and the Night": An exhibition featuring paintings by three award winning artists: Kevin Barton, Kurt Anderson, & Phil Fisher. Each artist explores their approach to nocturne. Runs Sept. 16 - Oct. 29. An opening reception will be held on Fri., Sept. 16 from 5-7pm. Open 11am-4pm on Mon. through Fri., & 11am-3pm on Sat.
"Jason S. Yi: Dissimulations": Jason S. Yi is an interdisciplinary artist working in photography, video, sculpture, drawing, & site-specific installations. Immigrating from South Korea to United States at an early age, his work is conceived through a bi-cultural lens & interrogates the notion of perception's equivalence to reality.
Infinite Splendor, Infinite Light: Two years after graduating from DePauw University in 1953, Bruce Walker became a case officer with the Central Intelligence Agency. As a CIA officer, Walker participated in the Tibetan resistance project (code name ST CIRCUS) in its earliest stages, only six years after the Chinese People’s Liberation Army invaded Tibet & captured the capital city of Lhasa. In 2002, Walker donated his 66-piece collection of Tibetan ...
Shipwrecks of the Manitou Passage Exhibit: This exhibit illustrates the stories of the ships, steamers & crews lost in the Manitou Passage, the waters that surround the Leelanau Peninsula & its islands.
2nd Annual Chili Cook-Off for Charity: Enjoy not only the chili competition & tastings, but a local farmers’ market, canned food drive, kids’ activities, live music & more, all benefitting the Manna Food Project.
Murder on the Orient Express: Just after midnight, a snowdrift stops the Orient Express in its tracks, & by morning it is one passenger fewer. Dame Agatha Christie's famous story was adapted into this comedy-mystery for the stage by playwright Ken Ludwig.