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The Kalkaska High School is having a Golf Scramble at the Grandview Golf Club
Varsity Golf Fundraiser Scramble Arrival 10am and Shotgun start at 11am 4 man teams will scramble for
prizes and glory!
For more information: 740-972-9887
BOYNE WINTER FARMERS MARKET IN THE BOYNE CITY HALL EVERY SATURDAY FROM 9AM-12PM
****We invite you to come and meet Rebecca Lessard, Wildlife Rehabilitator and Educator, and the amazing Birds of The Wings of Wonder! You will have the opportunity for a close up look at these magnificent birds. Rebecca will outline the wonders of raptors, their habitat needs, environmental issues, endangered and threatened status, and wildlife ethics and wildlife stories. A hands-on display of raptor artifacts including wings, talons, feathers, pellets, and photos will also be available at the presentation. When: April 21, 2018 at 11AM Where: Betsie Valley Elementary Gym, 17916 Cadillac Hwy, Thompsonville, MI Questions, please call 231-378-2716. The program is FREE to the public– bring the entire family to experience the Wings of Wonder! Sponsored by the Betsie Valley District Library
McLaren Northern Michigan
28th Annual Children’s Health Fair
Petoskey, MI – For 28 years, northern Michigan community agencies have been participating in the McLaren Northern Michigan Children’s Health Fair. Taking place in April, the “Month of the Young Child,” this free education focuses on events and activities for newborns to 12 year olds.
Providing a fun family atmosphere, the Children’s Health Fair is an educational environment where parents can learn best practices to keep children healthy and safe. The event will be held from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 21 at the Petoskey Middle School, located at 801 Northmen Drive, off of Mitchell Street in Petoskey.
The event will have many activities for parents and children. The loveable snowman, Olaf, will be at the fair from 12:30 -1:30 p.m. Children should bring their capes for an “Action Hero Fun Run” outside (weather permitting), sponsored by the Child Abuse Prevention and Education Council. Other fun activities include crafts, face painting, hands-on learning activities and materials, as well as many prizes raffled off throughout the day. Bring a gently used book and take one home and participate in the Free Cycle BookBin Project.
There is a low-cost lunch available at the event for $3 each or $8 for the family.
For more information about the McLaren Northern Michigan Children’s Health Fair, call (800) 248-6777.
The 3rd Annual Sring Into Country Music Show at Michigan Country Hall of Fame.
Location: Edwards Town hall, 3601 Wickes Road., West Branch, MI
Cost: Tickets at $15 at the door or Save $2 by purchasing your tickets early through the website memhof.com
For more information: 989-701-2496
The Roscommon Area District Library are having a guest speaker Dafna Tachover. She is an attorney
in both New York and Israel with an MBA and founder and Managing Direcotr of "We Are The Evidence." an
advocacy organization for protecting the rights of people who have been injured by wireless technology
Come join them for a conversation with Dafna Tachover (who is featured in documentary GenerationZapped.
screening at RADL 5/8) about the health implications of the new 5G technology and the Smart Grid. Dafna
will discuss the increasing levels of WiFi radiation in our biosphere, and its adverse impact on the health
and well-being of humans, plants and animals.
Location: Roscommon Area District Library, 106 Lake St., Roscommon
Good food and great music. Dj Boober plays your dance favorites. $2 beer. All proceeds to help replace the
roof of the Legion Post.
Location: American Legion Post 531, 18483 Cadillac Hwy., Copemish, MI
For more information: 231-944-0221
AuSable Media and the Kirtland Foundation are pleased to announce the upcoming
Premier Youth Artists Exhibit
This event is a youth art competition open to any high school student in the Crawford, Ogemaw, Oscoda, Roscommon, or Otsego Counties, including home-schooled students. The competition will be held April 20th and 21st, 2018, at the Kirtland Community College Grayling Campus.
The Gaylord Atea Chamber of Commerce is having Restaurant Week, with $25 Dinner Specials and $15 Lunch
Participating Restaurants: Alpine Chocolate Haus, Alpine Tavern & Eatery, B.C. Pizza, BJ's Restaurant,
Bennethum's Northern Inn, Buffalo Wild Wing, Coney Island Cafe, Jan's Deli & Catering, Jet's Pizza,
La Seniorita, Panera Bread, Porter Haus, Mancino's Pizza, michaywe Inn the Woods, Sugar Bowl Restaurant,
Snowbelt Brewing Company, The Bearded Dogg, The Iron Pig Smokehouse, Treetops Resort
For more information: visit www.GaylordChamber.com/restaurant-week