Do you have a community event for the Chemical Bank Creating Community Chemistry Calendar?
Please CLICK HERE to submit your event!
Blarney Stone Broadcasting reserves the right and maintains final authority on all content posted on the website and featured on air.
Events are not guaranteed to be featured on air or online.
Events should be submitted 2 weeks prior to start date and include all necessary information plus a contact name/phone number and/or website.
Please remember to include the name of your organization or organization or group benefiting from proceeds, Date(s) and time(s) of your event, where your event is being held, and possible cost involved to participate.
Thank you for your submission and thank you for helping us Create Community Chemistry in partnership with Chemical Bank throughout Northern Michigan.
Alpena Area Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Michigan SBDC, is hosting Business Consultant and Restaurant Industry Expert, John Schmitt for a valuable workshop titled, “Become a more successful restaurant/brewery.”
John Schmitt, Senior Business Consultant, “Restaurant Guru,” and 2017 Michigan State Star, has been part of the Southwest Michigan Region for nine years. John can often be found helping at client’s opening days or advocating change for food-related laws. In addition to helping clients access millions of dollars in capital, John makes a positive contribution to the MI-SBDC culture with his contagious high spirits and invaluable advice. He tackles new challenges with excitement and enjoys being involved in the community, making John the ultimate team player.
Topics will include: Financial Red Flags, Customer Service Skills, System Best Practices (accounting, scheduling, ordering, etc.), Marketing, Making Your Business Stand Out and More!
The event will be on May 24, 2018 at 9:00 a.m. at Alpena Community College World Center for Concrete Technology Room 106.
Cost is $20 for Chamber members, $25 for others. Registration is required to email@example.com or 989.354.4181.”
NEW TENNIS CENTER TO OPEN IN GAYLORD
Gaylord – Alpine Regional Tennis Association (ARTA) and the Gaylord Chamber of Commerce invite the public to an official Ribbon Cutting celebration on Thurs May 24, 2018 at 5pm for the new Otsego County Sportsplex Tennis Center. A special dedication also will take place for the Dr. Michael J Moir court, in memory of the avid Gaylord tennis player who died in a tragic plane accident. His wife Jean, also a long-time tennis player, generously supported the tennis court project in his honor.
People will enjoy a picnic, kindly provided by Otsego Grand Event Center, and are encouraged to wear tennis shoes and bring their tennis racquets for fun play on the courts. Extra tennis balls and equipment will also be available.
May 24 concludes the 3 week Midwest Youth Team Tennis (MYTT) program for area students in grades 2-6. While the instruction is held at Gaylord Intermediate School gym and at the Community Center courts, the students will complete their lessons on the new Tennis Center courts as part of the celebration. The MYTT after-school program provides t-shirts, youth size racquets that the students can keep, and smaller nets so that they can experience success. Tennis instruction is provided by trained ARTA volunteers, under the direction of registered tennis professional Dave Johnson.
The tennis facility is the result of ARTA board members and volunteers working tirelessly to raise $300,000 in funding, including grants from the Dept of Natural Resources, the US Tennis Association, and other generous grants and donations, to build the four USTA standard courts for area residents and visitors to enjoy.
ARTA President, Sheila Simpson, stated “Unlike other sports, tennis is a low cost, high energy, life-long, multi-generational sport” and she saluted all those whose successful efforts have made the Tennis Center a reality. The courts will feature individual and group tennis lessons and activities by tennis pro Dave Johnson; weekly tennis leagues for men and women, reserved or walk-on tennis games, and other tennis fun. For further tennis information, visit www.gaylordtennis.com.
With Gaylord centrally situation in lower northern Michigan, regional tennis tournaments and competitions will also be arranged. Cathy Johnson, ARTA board member and Northern Michigan Tennis Association representative, indicated the first mixed doubles tournament at the Tennis Center is already scheduled for June 9 and 10 for USTA ranked players age 55 and older. Players can register at usta.com.
The Relics are coming to the Crawford County Commission on Aging. Please come out to listen to Country, 50's&60's Rock & Roll Band starring Dave Johnson & John Boring.
Cost: FREE Concert
Location: CCCOA, 308 Lawndale, Grayling MI
For more information: 989-348-7123
Elliot-A Soliders Fugue Performance is on May 24th at 7 pm, doors open at 6 pm at Houghton Lake Historical Playhouse 1701 W. Houghton Lake St. The performance is free of charge, ages 16 and up due to language. Concessions are available for a charge. For more info call Suzan 989-820-5257
Bay Harbor presents music on main, Thursdays band is The Real Ingredients.
There also will be shopping specials and military vehicles on site at the village.
May 27th, there will be a band called The Galactic Sherpas.