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Northern Care Center is a free medical center for the Cheboygan community that is struggling for health care.  Please call to schedule an appointment at 231-333-3019. They are located on the corner of State and Water Street in Cheboygan.

 

Ongoing: GED Classes are now being held at the Inverness School every Tues, Wed, and Thur from 4-8pm. Info: Tim 231-627-5613

 

Ongoing: Divorce Care. Join at any time; the only fee is a $15 participant's workbook. In Petoskey: Meets Tuesdays from 6:45-8:15 pm at Genesis Office (510 Howard St., Petoskey). In Boyne City: Meets Thursdays from 6:15-7:45 pm at the Boyne City Hall's North Conference Room (319 N. Lake St.).Information online at www.divorcecare.org or contact Daryl Michael (Genesis Church Life Groups Director) at 231.675.7570.

 

Ongoing: Raven Hill Discovery Center opens to families for free the second Saturday each month. No groups or organizations. Open noon-4 p.m. Raven Hill is located at 4737 Fuller Rd., East Jordan. (231) 536-3369 or www.ravenhilldiscoverycenter.org.

 

Saturdays…Roller Skating at the Harvest Barn Church in East Jordan  12:00 PM to 3:00 PM . We flip on the disco ball, play some new and old music hits and throw on our rollerskates. All ages are welcome. Price is $5, and that includes a rollerskate or rollerblade rental. Concession is available, and birthday parties are welcome! If you have any questions, call the church at (231) 536-2870. 

 

Ongoing: First Friday of every month. Join your friends and neighbors in The Village at Grand Traverse Commons, for First Fridays from 5-8pm (or later), The Village will feature art, food and drink samples, shopping, dining and salon specials, live music, demos and MORE! Info www.thevillagetc.com

 

Every Wednesday…Dance with Northwooods International Folk Dancers. $3 at Unitarian Universalist Church on Center Rd in Traverse City. Info: 231-334-4608

 

TFN…Openings are available in the NEMCSA Foster Grandparent and Senior Companion Volunteer Programs. Applicants must be over 55, income eligible and have reliable transportation. Info: 877-222-9043

 

Ongoing…The Cheboygan Parkinson Support Group meets the 3rd Tuesday of the Month at 4pm at the Cheboygan Campus of McLaren Northern Michigan, 3rd Floor Conference room. Free to attend. For more info: 231-445-1595

 

McLaren Northern Michigan and the Health Department of NW Michigan are working to make sure every woman has access to a mammogram. Schedule an appointment today 800-432-4121

 

Every third Wednesday of the month…Hip Hop Universe. Competitions, dance lessons and food at the Kalkaska Kaliseum 4:30-7:30pm. Info: www.kaliseum.com

Every Friday…Storytime at Kalkaska County Library 10-11am. Bring a grown-up and come to story time. There is a different theme each week with fresh new ideas. A simple craft is offered, followed by a snack. Story time for preschoolers is held every Friday at 10am (except holidays). Info: 231-258-9411

 

Second Thursday of every month…The Cheboygan County Great Start Parent Coalition Play Group for children birth to 5 years, will meet from 10a-11:15 at the Creation Station on Main St. There will be reading, activities, crafts and a light snack. Info: 231-625-2157

 

Every Saturday…”Saturday’s Child” story time for families with kids ages 3-7. Featuring songs, stories, poems, crafts and a snack. 3-4pm in the program room at Petoskey District Library. Info: 231-758-3114

 

Every Tuesday and Thursday it’s Fitness Over Fifty Yoga at 9am at the Fife Lake Public Library. Free. Info: 231-879-4101

 

Every Tuesday…Dance at Mills Community House from 6-10pm. Improvisational partner dancing. Instructional workshop 6-7p for a fee. Open dance 7-10 by donation. Info: Facebook.com/groups/dancebenzie

 

Sept 10…Outdoor Community Picnic 5:30 at Old Mission Congregational Church-Traverse City. The community is invited to enjoy grilled hot dogs, bratwurst and hamburgers with salads, casseroles, desserts and beverages. Freewill donations appreciated. For details, call 223-4844.

 

Sept 10…Women Can Women Do Fundraising Lunch 11a-1:45p at the Bay Harbor Yacht Club. Raises needed dollars to help fund essential programs and services provided to women, children and families through the Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan. Info: wrcnm.org

 

Sept 10…Prostate Screening 4:30-7pm at McLaren Northern Michigan-Petoskey. $15. Pre-registration required. 800-248-6777

 

Sept 11…Alpena's 4th Annual Grub Crawl will be held from 5:30-10 p.m. Participating locations include the 19th Hole, the Black Sheep Pub, Bogart's Tavern, Chief's Bar and Grill, the Courtyard, CW's, the Dry Dock, Fresh Palate, Krash Bakery, Latitude's Tavern, Loco Burrito, and Tuskie's. Tickets are $20 before Sept. 4, and $25 after. For more information, contact the Alpena Chamber of Commerce at 354-4181.

 

Sept 12…Friday night potluck, jam and dancing 5-8pm at the Platte River Association Hall. Info: 231-325-3252

 

Sept 12…Downtown Art Walk 5-9pm. The public is invited to enjoy an evening of art, refreshments, food and music on a self guided tour throughout Downtown Traverse City. Walking maps are available at each participating location and the Downtown Traverse City office. Info: downtowntc.com

 

Sept 12…Germanfest 6:30-11pm at Trinity Lutheran Church in Traverse City. There will be dancing and singing to traditional music! Tickets are $40 per person, and admission will be strictly limited to 600 adults (21 and older).  Admission includes the buffet style dinner and an evening of live entertainment. Info: 231-946-8696

 

Sept 12…Antrim County High Tea Benefit 5-10p at the Dockside Restaurant, Torch Lake at Clam River. Have some great food while you sit inside or on the outdoor deck. 50% of the evening’s proceeds will be donated to the Antrim High Tea for Breast Cancer. Info: antrimcountyhightea.org

 

Sept 12…Dentistry from the Heart starting at 7am at the Beacon Dental Center in Gaylord.  Free Dental care! The line will begin early into the night before, some even camp out in order to receive free services! Patients are seen on a first come, first serve basis. Event registration will begin at 7:00am. We encourage patients to dress appropriate for the weather as the waiting area is outside. For more information contact Crystal at 231-547-9141 or email crystal@beacondentalcenter.com.

 

Sept 12-14…Richard Crane Memorial Big Rig Truck Show – Little Bear East Arena & downtown St. Ignace. Exhibitions, music, vendors, food, swap meet, and everything in between. Info: saintignace.org

 

Sept 12-16…NHL Prospects Tournament at Centre Ice Arena-Traverse City. Featuring eight NHL teams including the Detroit Red Wings.This year's event will feature four games per day over the course of the four days. Info: centreice.org

 

Sept 13…6th annual "Ramble through the Pines" will be held at Hartwick Pines State Park. Participants can walk, run or ride bikes and share memories and recollections of family members that have passed away using Mercy hospice care. Registration will take place from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m., with participants starting the course in small groups at their convenience.  Pre-registration is also available and can be completed by calling the Mercy Hospice at 1-989 348-4383.

 

Sept 13…6th Annual Poker  Run & Pig Roast to benefit veterans and their families. Registration begins at 10:30 a.m. at the Elks Lodge, downtown Charlevoix and a pre-event show commences in the pavilion at 11:30 a.m. Bikes leave town by police escort at high noon and following 5 venue stops returns to Charlevoix for a pig roast, live auction and music at 5 p.m. $30 includes the ride, poker, dinner, auction & music. Info: 231-330-6971

 

Sept 13…2nd Annual MS Walk sponsored by Awakon Federal Credit Union 9am-Noon at Chandler Park in Onaway. Concessions and prizes will be offered during the event. T-shirts can be purchased at any Awakon location for $15. Proceeds benefit the National MS Society. To register or for more details call 989-733-8557.

 

Sept 13…Girls Night Out 4-8pm at the Gaylord Sportsplex. $10. An evening to have fun and relax. Info

 

Sept 13…Trunk and Treasure 9a-4p at the Bergmann Center Resale Shop in Charlevoix. Homemade Items, Vintage, Crafts, Client Art and more. Pay 1.00 entrance fee to benefit Bergmann Centers Gift of Love. Info: 231-547-9624 boynechamber.com

 

Sept 13…The East Bay Branch of the Traverse Area District Library is hosting their Annual Ice Cream Social from 1-3 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend this fun, free family event. Ice cream sundaes, root beer floats, face painting by The Painted Lady, musical entertainment by The Accidentals, a used book sale, and clowns are just some of the fun planned for this event. Details at 922-2085.

 

Sept 13… Northern Rods 'n Rides 9th Annual Car Show! 8:30am to 3:30pm at the Eagles in Indian River. Raffles, Prizes, Top 50, Trophies! PLUS Best of Show, 5 Best Originals, 3 People's Choice! Registration $20 day of the show. Public invited - no admission charge. Info: 231-238-5165

 

Sept 13…Cheboygan Music Boosters “Cruising the Straits” aboard Shepler’s 7-8:30. Heavy hors d’oeuvres, drinks and dessert. Board at Shepler’s dock in Mackinaw City at 6:30pm. Tickets $85 each or two for $150. Info: Cheboygan.com

 

Sept 13…16th Annual Sturgeon for Tomorrow Banquet 5pm at K of C Hall in Cheboygan. Wildlife décor, hunting, camping & fishing gear, prizes, cash bar, artisan gallery and more. Tickets $25 adult, $15 14 & under. Proceeds fund lake sturgeon hatchery, research, habitat conservation and outreach. Info: 231-625-2776

 

Sept 13…Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore Star Party 9-11pm. Join park rangers from Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore and the Grand Traverse Astronomical Society in learning about the night sky. Highlights of the night will be viewing the Milky Way and Deep Sky Objects. All ages are welcome. Dress to be outside and bring a flashlight. Meet at the Dune Climb parking lot. Info: 231-326-4700

 

Sept 14…NCMC COOKOUT! Noon to 3 p.m. Harris Gardens, Petoskey campus

Enjoy a picnic-style lunch of BBQ chicken, hot dogs, corn on the cob, cole slaw and baked beans;  music ; Free games, a bounce house and other entertainment will be available for children; silent auction and bake sale; Open House. All proceeds go to the NCMC Foundation Scholarship Fund.

Tickets are available on the Petoskey campus in Student Services or the fitness center, the Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce, Oleson’s Markets and other locations. Ticket prices are $8 per person. Children five and under eat free. For more information, call the NCMC Foundation at 231-439-6218

 

Sept 14…Annual Honduras Mission Dinner Noon-2p at K of C Hall- Cheboygan. $10 adults, kids 5-12 $5, under 5 free, family $25. Also silent auction and bake sale. Info: 231-625-2154

 

Sept 14…”Grillin’ for Kelsey” at J & S Hamburg, downtown Traverse City starting at 4:30pm. Dinner will include a choice of burgers, brats or pulled pork along with side dishes and a drink for $10. Proceeds will go to Kelsey Clous as she struggles with a rare blood clotting disorder. Info: caringforkelsey.com

 

Sept 14…Family Day at the Music House Museum in Acme Noon-4pm. There will be guest musicians performing, fun activities, special showings of silent movies complete with popcorn and beverages, and games on the front lawn if weather permits. There will be special family rate of $15, adults $5, students $3 and children under 6 are free. Info: 231-938-9300

 

Sept 14…”Local Fest” free event noon-midnight at the parking lot near Cass & Lake Street- Traverse City featuring live music, crafts, food, kids activities, local farm vendors. Portion of proceeds benefit the TC Musician’s Relief Fun. Info: 231-944-1239

 

Sept 14…National Anthem Nationwide Sing. 200th Anniversary of the Star Spangled Banner. At dawn, join with others and sing!

 

Sept 15…Free Medicare workshop 4-6pm at Rudyard Public Library. Includes presentation, workbook, materials, refreshments, door prizes and more. Registration is required. Info: 800-803-7174

 

Sept 19-22…TC Schooner Festival includes a parade of tall ships on Friday, Sept 19 and two days of deck tours, cruises aboard the sailing vessels, and related activities at Clinch Park Marina and the Discovery Center Great Lakes dock across on S. Bay Shore Drive. Info: traversecity.com

 

Sept 19…Charlevoix Area Pool Rootin’ Tootin’ Fundraising Hoedown 5:30-9:30p at the Barn at the Charlevoix County Club. BQ dinner from the Bistro at the Charlevoix Country Club, fabulous live and silent auction items, games and prizes, plus entertainment from the HORTON CREEK BAND! Fun-filled evening for a great cause. Info: charlevoixpool.org

 

Sept 19… Show your Ironmen Spirit at the Mancelona UMC's First Annual Tailgate Fellowship party. Food and refreshments.  Bring your favorite tailgate game with you if you want. Food is provided by church members.  Afterward, travel over to watch our hometown football team play at the field.  Location: Mancelona United Methodist Church, 117 E Hinman, Mancelona.

Info:231-587-8461

 

 

Sept 19-21…The Friends of the Traverse Area District Library will once again host their Annual Used and Almost Rare Book Sale in the McGuire Room at the Main Branch of the Traverse Area District Library (TADL). The weekend book sale will include more than 10,000 books of just about every category with most ranging in price from just $1-$3 with some specially priced higher value books. Info: tadl.org

 

Sept 20…Annual Rogers City Fall Festival Arts & Crafts Show and Farmer's Market, from 10am - 5pm. Artists, Musicians and Crafts people as well as a nice variety of food vendors and bake sales! For the younger crowd there will be kids activities, a bounce house and Denny the Clown! Free admission For information contact Barb - 989-734- 4587

 

Sept 20…Semi-annual community plant exchange 8:30-11a at the Pavilion, downtown Gaylord. . Anyone can bring a plant to get a plant, or, can give a donation and take a plant (s). Info: 231-546-3312

 

Sept 20…Walk to End Alzheimer’s 9am at Grand Traverse County Civic Center. All funds raised further the care, support and research efforts Alzheimer's Association. To register or for more information, 231-929-3804

 

Sept 20… The Optimist Club of Alpena will host its Fall Mud Drags for ATVs and 4-wheel-drive trucks at Optimist Acres beginning at 1 p.m. Prize money and trophies will be available for each class. The cost to attend is $5 for adults, $3 for kids 12 and younger, and free for those 5 and under. For more information, contact Ken Bock at 354-2651

 

Sept 20… The Presque Isle Family Health Expo will be held at the Rogers City Senior and Community Center from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event is free and includes a cooking demonstration, blood pressure screenings, bone density screenings, a hands-on CPR demonstration and more. For more information, call 734-2535.

 

Sept 20…Leland Heritage Festival 10-5pm. The day will feature Van's Classic Car Show, Wood Boats on the Wall, Native American Dance & Culture, Magic Show, Fishtown Celebration and more! Info: lelandmi.com

 

Sept 20…Art/Craft Show and Barn Dance 10a-9p Black Point Rd-Moran. Arts/Crafts 10-4, Barn Dance 6-10p. In the fun department, there will be an egg toss, horse pulled wagon rides, bonfire and a guest square dance caller, karaoke and dancing. Info: 906-289-1844

 

Sept 20…21st Annual Taste of Harbor Springs noon-3pm at the waterfront next to City Marina, enjoy the best of area restaurants, food and beverage. $25 advance, $35 day of. Info: harborspringschamber.com

 

Sept 20…Veteran's Salute at the VFW Post 7731 in Lake Leelanau beginning at noon. A lunch and raffle to honor POW/MIAs will take place. A $1.00 donation is recommended. Info: 231-994-2202

 

Sept 20…Fall Mom2Mom Sale at Cross in the Woods-Indian River 9a-2p. Info: 231-238-8973

 

Sept 20… Mosquito Dash starting at 9am at the Moran Fairgrounds on Brevort Lake Rd. This is a 2k race with obstacle course including road running, mud pits, water, climbing, crawling, tire jumping and more. Info: saintignace.org

 

Sept 20…Charity Hill Ranch Fall Festival 2-5pm Fall Activities include: Pony Rides - Apple Bobbing - Hayrides - Food...Photo opportunities with a Unicorn and Zebra...Fall Crafts and more! Free Entrance...minimal charge for food and activities. Info:231-258-5437

 

Sept 20-21…Gun & Knife Show at the Otsego County Sportsplex. Sat 9-5p, Sun 9a-3p. $6 admission. Info: ocsportsplex.com

 

Sept 21… 3rd Annual Black & White Casual Attire Party 5:30 PM - 9:00 PM at the Chief Golf Course in Bellaire to support the Bellaire Youth Center. $50. per person includes, 2 drinks of beer or wine, cash bar, Hors d'oeuvres provided. Live entertainment 5:30-8:30pm. Stand up comedian 7:00-7:30pm. Info 231-377-7077

 

Sept 21…Cheboygan County Habitat for Humanity 9th Annual Hymn and Gospel Sing 2pm at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Cheboygan. Info:231-627-5262

 

Sept 21… Northern Michigan Animal Rescue Network’s Fall Fundraiser! 3:30 - 7pm at Breakers in Topinabee. Great silent/live auction items, including Detroit Red Wing memorabilia and gift certificates/items from local businesses. Entertainment by Billy Jewell. Info: 231-238-9325

 

Sept 21…Route 66 Motor Tour 3-6p East Park-Charlevoix. Classic cars will be featured in East Park and the bordering parking spots. There will be a DJ spinning oldies. Info: Charlevoix.org

 

Sept 22…11th Annual Rotary Game Dinner 6-9p at the Hagerty Center-Traverse City. Gourmet dinner buffet of wild cuisine such as elk, deer, waterfowl, and much more. There are many chances to win outstanding door prizes and raffles on over 40 gifts ranging from restaurants to rifles. All proceeds go to protecting the Boardman River. For more information call 231-941-0960.

 

Sept 23… Annual Harvest Dinner 5pm seating and 6:30p seating at Mancelona United Methodist Church.  Proceeds benefit the United Methodist Women's projects including local and worldwide missions. Cost: $10 per person, $4 for children and under 5 is free. Info: 231-587-8461

 

Sept 23…Free student heart screeing 4-7pm at Rogers City Medical Group on N. Bradley Highway for students grades 9-12. Parents must accompany minors, registration is required. Info: 800-248-6777

 

Sept 26-27…Harvest Festival & Scarecrow Extravagnza 11a-5p downtown Bellaire. Friday: Lioness Chili Dinner Bellaire Senior Center 4:30-7pm, all the fixings, with dessert..$7 Adults, $6 Seniors, $5 kids under 10. Sat: Boy Scout Pancake Breakfast at Senior Ctr. 7am-1pm; 3rd Annual 5k Walk/Run - Registration at 9 am - Race at 10 am; Bellaire Soccer Field. Smokehouse Brats, Pies, raffle prizes all day. Arts & Crafts/Flea Market 11 am - 5 pm; Best Dressed Pet Parade 1 pm. Info: bellairechamber.com

 

Sept 27…Acme Fall Festival 10a-5p at Flintsfields Horse Park. The Festival will feature a farmers market, bake sale, craft show (with live demonstrations!), silent auction, kids activities (including pony rides!), Michigan Children's Authors, a Car, Truck and Tractor Show, food tent and MORE! Info: discoveracme.com

 

Sept 27…2nd Annual Leelanau Uncaged Stree Festival 10a-10p in Northport.  It will be a full day of music, dance, food and art. Live music by Grupo Aye, Jeff Hass, Sour Mash and more plus local artists and great food! Info: leelanauuncaged.com

 

Sept 27…River’s End Block Party 1-9p on Wellington Street-Traverse City to benefit Traverse Health Clinic.  There will be a morning motorcycle ride across Old Mission Peninsula, a tug-of-war competition between local businesses, Food from local eateries, Brewery pours and live music. Info: 231-313-9229

 

Sept 27…Family Fall Festival at Pond Hill Farm, Harbor Springs from Noon-3pm. Free cider & donuts (while supplies last), free family photos, free face painting, hayrides (for a fee), squash rocket, animals, games and more! Info: pondhillfarm.com

 

Sept 26…Baraga Boosters present “Once Upon A Time” 14th Annual Gala starting at 5pm at the KofC Hall in Cheboygan. Cocktails at 5, Dinner & auction at 6p. Dancing to the Brewhouse Band. Info: 231-597-9876

 

Sept 28…2nd Annual Harvest Festival. $10 admission fee includes full access to the Castle, family friendly activities for all ages:  games, crafts, magician, flame thrower, and wagon rides.  Mini Farmers Market with free cider and donuts.  Castle Farms - Charlevoix. (231) 237-0884.

 

Oct 4…Rivertown 5K Rainbow Run starting at 9am at Washington Park-Cheboygan. Proceeds help bring inclusive playground equipment enabling children of all abilities access to enjoy activities. Info: 231-622-9924

 

Oct 4…Empire Hops Festival Noon-1pm downtown Empire. Local breweries, live music, food and more. $10 admission. Info: 231-620-1829

 

Oct 4…Craft Show  10a- 3p at ST John Luthern Church in Cheboygan. Info: 231-537-0015

 

Oct 4…Boyne City Harvest Festival 8a-4p with music, arts & crafts and fall produce Folk art demonstrations feature a variety of exhibitors, including a broom maker and blacksmith. Hayrides start at 10 a.m. and there will also be children's games and pumpkin painting, and more in the main festival area. Several musical performers will be featured from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. during the Harvest Festival on two stages in the downtown. Info: petoskeyarea.com

 

Oct 4…Northern Michigan Mom2Mom Market 10a-3p at KofC Hall in Petoskey. Shop for new and gently used baby and kids clothes, toys, furniture, maternity items and more! $3 Admission. Info: 231-347-2544

 

Oct 4…The Great Pumpkin Run 5K Run/Walk to benefit the Charlevoix Area Humane Society. Registration at 7a, start at 8am behind the Chamber at Front & Water St-Boyne City. Info: 231-459-4209

 

Oct 4…The Alpena Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a Red, White & Blue Review 5:30-10pm at the Alpena Combat Readiness Training Center as a fundraiser for area military support events and receptions. Tickets are available at the Alpena Chamber of Commerce for $20 each and include entrance to the show, dinner, cash bar, and an entertaining evening of variety show entertainment. Performers include celebrity impersonators, comedy skits, and the Chamber Ambassador Brigade. Info:  989-354.4181.”

 

Oct 4… The Alpena Chamber of Commerce will host a Red, White and Blue Review at the Alpena Combat Readiness Training Center. The event is a fundraiser for area military support events and receptions. Tickets are $20 and are available at the Chamber office. The event includes a show, dinner, and a cash bar. For more information, contact the Chamber at 354-4181.

 

Oct 4-5…FallFest in Beulah & Benzonia. Fall soup contest, pumpkin decorating, bounce house, wagon rides, car/motorcycle show, and more! Info: visitbenzie.com

 

Oct 4, 8 & 11…Try Hockey or Ice Skating and meet Olaf at the Otsego County Sportsplex in Gaylord-Free. Oct 4 gear fitting 9:20-10, session 10-10:50, Oct 8 gear fitting 4:20-5pm, session 5-5:50p,

Oct 11 gear fitting 12:20-1p, session 1-1:50p. Open to boys and girls ages 4-10 New players only! Info: 989-327-3015

 

Oct 10…2n Annual Alpena CRTC Runway Kids 1K Fun Run & 5K. Proceeds from the Alpena Combat Readiness Training Center run will support local military members and their families. The races will be held at the Alpena Regional Airport on Runway One. Race registration from 6:00 pm to 6:30 pm. The Kids 1k will begin at 6:45 pm followed by the 5k Runway Race at 7:15 pm. Pre-registration entry fee is $20.00 for 5k and $10.00 for Kids 1k Fun Run. Day of the race entry fee is $25.00 and $15.00 respectively. Participants who pre-register by September 15, will receive a long-sleeve T-shirt commemorating the event. Military CRTC Coins will be given to the fastest male and female for the 5k. Info: email: alpenacrtcfrg@yahoo.com

 

Oct 10… 40 Mile Point Lighthouse north of Rogers City will host its 13th Annual Night at the Lighthouse from 6:30-9:30 p.m. The event will feature the Huron Shores Barbershop Chorus and an acoustic jam. Attendees can bring an instrument and join in. Complementary refreshments will be available. For more information, call 734-4587

 

Oct 10…Traverse City Wine & Opera Festival present Phantom Masks & Opera 7pm at the City Opera House-Traverse City. Music of the Night is beautifully sung by internationally-renowned tenor Robert Doyle, sopranos Eva Evola and Karin White, mezzo soprano Lisa Agazzi, and baritone Dino Valle. Acclaimed pianist Martin Mandelbaum provides the musical accompaniment. Be sure to wear your favorite mask and join the intrigue! VIP tickets ($50)  include premier seating, after-glow wine and delicious hors d’oeuvres across the street at Ecco (catering by Opa!), and meeting with the artists. Info: 231-941-8082

 

Oct 10-11…Fort Fright at Michilimackinac.  Colonial Michilimackinac will be transformed into a haunted habitat where werewolves, witches, and other legendary characters roam. 6:30 to 9:00 p.m. Information is available at 231-436-4100

 

Oct 10-12…CharlevoixApple Fest. More than 30 types of apples will be on hand as well as other fall harvest items such as pumpkins, squash, jam, honey, maple syrup, pies and cider, plus Arts & Crafts, children;s activities and more. Fri/Sat 10a-6p, Sun 10a-4p. Info: 231-547-2101

 

Oct 11…10th Annual Charlevoix Chili Cookoff 11:30-2:30p at the United Methodist Church on State St. $6.50 a person. You will receive a voting ballot, a taste of all of the Restaurants entries of Chili, onion and cheese toppings, sour cream, crackers, corn bread muffins, ice cream and a beverage. Homemade pies by the slice for an extra price along with whole pies will be for sale from the ladies of the United Methodist Women. Macaroni and Cheese for the children will also be offered free. Info: 231-675-2427

 

Oct 11…14th Annual Fiber Festival 10a-5p at the Old Art Building-Leland. Friday, from 5 to 8 pm and Saturday, from 10 am to 5 pm at the Old Art Building in Leland. Artists with original fiber art will exhibit and sell their work in mediums of wearable art, textiles, weaving, art quilts, fiber sculpture, knits and yarns.  Admission is free. Info: 231-256-2131

 

Oct 11…Harvest at the Commons starting at 6pm on the front lawn of the Village at Grand Traverse Commons. The Michigan Land Use Institute invites you to an authentic farm-to-table experience to celebrate the best of northern Michigan featuring a family-style feast, made from the finest local ingredients in honor of the farmers whose hearts and hands cultivate our region’s harvest.

$35 per person, or $250 for a table of eight. Info: traversecity.com

 

Oct 11…Fall Festival in Frankfort 11a-5p. Pumpkin launch, face painting, wagon rides, cake walk, live music, silent auction, pie eating contest and more! Details Frankfort-elberta.com

 

Oct 16… The Cheboygan Senior Expo Event from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Straits Highway. It will feature over 40 local, regional and community resources for seniors, their families, and caregivers. There will also be multiple types of health screenings, prescription drug recycling, and other health information. Snacks, lunch, door prizes and musical entertainment and rides will all be available. For more information, call 231-627-9110.

 

Oct 18… The 12th annual Pigs n' Heat Benefit Hockey Game from 5 to 7 pm at Northern Lights Arena in Alpena. The event is free and includes a 50/50, raffle tickets, chuck-a-puck contest, food and fun. The event raises money for the Children's Advocacy Center of Northeast Michigan.

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