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RRN Daily Events: 2-20-17
Serenity Salon, located at 205 South 10th Street, in Escanaba is offering free haircuts for Veterans for the month of February.
A documentary that tells the story of one of the greatest turnarounds in sports history…the 1975 NMU football national championship, is in production & needs some financial help. After going winless in 1974, NMU the team won the national title the following year. “Put Your Hand On the Line” is spearheaded by Jack Hirn & other former players but they need more money to finish the project. A sneak peek is available on the NMU Football Alumni Facebook page. For more info send an email to JackHirn@rocketmail.com
The YMCA’s Annual Campaign is underway. Help the Y continue its mission of never turning anyone away. Stop by, go online, or call your nearest Y today!
Until March 4th
BAC seeking photographs for ‘Inspiring U.P.’ exhibit: Any Upper Peninsula resident inspired by the U.P. can submit photos to the Bonifas Arts Center (BAC) photography competition now through March 4th at noon. The winners’ photographs will be showcased at the BAC’s “The Inspiring U.P.” exhibit April 6th–May 4th with the photos of Michael Olson & Paul Rose, contest jurors, each with a lifetime of devotion to the art & craft of photography. Any subject matter is welcome, as long as the photos were taken in the U.P. Professional & nonprofessional photographers (at least 18 years old) are encouraged to submit. Prizes include cash awards & gift cards for photo processing. In addition, some artists’ photos, the winners of Purchase Prize awards, will be displayed in OSF St. Francis Hospital & Medical Group’s new Gladstone clinic; others will be featured on the Upper Peninsula Travel & Recreation Association website & in a traveling exhibit at the Center for the Arts at Mission Point Resort on Mackinac Island; & one artist will be awarded a solo show at Mission Point’s Center for the Arts. The entry fee, for up to three photographs, is $20 for college students, $30 for nonmembers, & $25 for members. Jurors will evaluate works’ creativity, originality & craftsmanship. Applications & additional contest details are available at the BAC or bonifasarts.org or call 786-3833 for more info.
Check Off” for the United Way Fund- The United Way of Marquette County is encouraging Michigan residents to “check off” for the United Way Fund on Michigan tax returns. Form 4642 on the 2016 income tax return will allow people to donate all or part of their Michigan tax return to the United Way Fund, a fund created to help Michigan’s needy families with their most basic needs. In accordance with Public Act 527 of 2008, the funds are provided to communities “for basic needs, including, but not limited to, food, clothing & shelter.”
Given today’s economic conditions & high unemployment in Michigan, more families are at risk than ever before & the need for assistance has never been greater. The Michigan Legislature has created a quick & easy way to donate resources that help ease the burden for many Michigan families. This year, please be sure to “check off” for the United Way Fund. All proceeds will directly benefit the United Way in your community.
The United Way of Marquette County, like most United Ways, are experiencing increases in requests for funding & services from agencies, which are facing budget shortfalls. At the same time, fewer people are able to make the donations they might have in the past, so fundraising has been a bit of a struggle. The Michigan tax check off is an easy and painless way to help those in our community. Because of everyone’s efforts, last year the United Way of Marquette County received almost $300, which helped provide food and clothing for several local families that needed them. For more info, call the United Way of Marquette County at 226-8171.
May 4th –7th
The 8th Annual North of 45 Retreat for Writers is May 4th -7th in Curtis, MI with Chamberlin’s Ole Forest Inn & the Erickson Center for the Arts hosting. The retreat is an opportunity for writers of all styles to gather to share their love of the written word with like-minded people in a relaxed atmosphere. Primary sponsorship comes from the Erickson Center, a non-profit corporation dedicated to enriching the mind, body & spirit of individuals of all ages. Other sponsorships come from local businesses & individuals. Any adult who has a passion for writing, a desire to pursue the craft, or who feels a need to get away from the distractions of everyday living in order to explore and/or indulge their interest is welcome. For more info about the North of 45 Retreat, to register, or to become a sponsor, contact Kelly Chamberlin, 800-292-0440 or visit ericksoncenter.org
Feb. 6th–March 31st
The Erickson Center for the Arts 3rd Annual Student Art Show will be held Feb. 6th through March 31st. It contains a large variety of artwork provided by students of all ages from Tahquamenon Area Schools, Three Lakes Academy, Engadine Consolidated Schools, & local home-schooling programs. The purpose of this exhibit is to demonstrate how essential art is as part of a child’s education. Patrons of the show will be given a chance to vote for the “People’s Choice Award” presented to one student from each of the schools at the end of the exhibit. The Student Art Show can be seen during regular business hours, 10a.m.–4p.m. Mon.–Fri. Free to the public
Beginning Feb.1st of each year, nominations are taken for Bay College Outstanding Staff Award(s). This award will be conferred on one to two eligible Bay College administrative and/or support staff employees in recognition of their outstanding job performance and dedication to their profession. The awards will be formally presented at the Annual Spring Awards Dinner in April. Nominations can be made by completing the nomination form online at baycollege.edu/outstandingstaff Hard copy forms can be picked up at Student Services in Escanaba & West Campus & should be mailed to President, Dr. Laura Coleman, Bay de Noc Community College, 2001 North Lincoln Road, Escanaba, MI 49829-2511. Nominations must be completed & received by Feb. 28th
The Children’s Museum is calling for ideas. March 22, 2017- March 22, 2018 the Children’s Museum will be celebrating its 20th season serving our community. We want it to be a very special year filled with fun. Please share your ideas with us regarding events, special attractions, initiatives, fund development ideas, etc. Email your thoughts to firstname.lastname@example.org
Navigating Medicare can be tough for many seniors. From prescription drug plans to private health plans, it’s not surprising that people with Medicare are confused about their health insurance & their options. Fortunately, there is an organization that they can turn to for help. UPCAP’s Michigan Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP) works with people to help them understand their Medicare benefits, bills, & rights. MMAP services are free, confidential, &available to all Michigan Medicare beneficiaries, their families, & caregivers. To learn more about your plan, other plans, or the MMAP program/services visit upcap.org …or for free assistance, contact your local Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Counselors at 1-800-803-7174 or dial 2-1-1.
An exciting new caregiver support program is now available in the U.P.! The Upper Peninsula Commission for Area Progress (UPCAP) is the first agency in the State to provide this nationally recognized evidence informed training. The program called REST, which stands for Respite Education & Support Training, is an originally designed educational course that provides training to adults & teens who want to offer care to those in need & provide assistance (respite) to their caregivers. As a REST companion (volunteer or paid), you give the gift of your time to provide a valuable service. As a REST trained companion/respite provider you will spend one-on-one time with an adult or senior, giving only as much time as you are willing & able to give. The ultimate goal of this training course is to assist individuals to become effective companions & respite workers by learning the 3 key steps of support: Prepare, Care & Connect. One of the biggest issues experienced by caregivers is burn out! Often caregivers report increased stress & decreased health & well-being do to their care giving responsibilities. REST program research data has shown that caregivers who have received assistance (respite) from a REST trained companion report a marked decrease in overall stress. This one day training is customizable & can be adapted to meet the needs of specific agency staff or volunteer organizations. There is no cost for this training & participants who completed the training receive a certificate of completion & follow-up & support. If you are interested in participating in a REST training, contact 1-800-305-8137, dial 2-1-1 or visit upcap.org
The Escanaba Public Library is making some changes to the schedule & format of its long-standing Saturday story hour. Story hour will now be held on the second Saturday of the month beginning Jan. 14th. The program will continue to center around reading stories, songs, &games, but each month there will be a special guest along with a hands-on-activity & a treat. Saturday story hour has been a staple at the library since the 1950’s. Many community members remember attending story hour in the basement of the Carnegie Library. Children 4 years & older are invited & encouraged to attend these programs. There is no preregistration & there is no fee. For more info visit the library’s web page at escanabalibrary.org or call the children’s department at 789-7328
There will be a “Songwriter’s Group” held the last Monday of every month through May 2017 from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Songwriters, musicians & music lovers alike will meet for an informal gathering at the ECA. All are welcome! Join in as guests of the group share song ideas, play guitar & other instruments, sing & just enjoy the company of other music enthusiasts. Free of charge. Meeting will be held in the lower level of the ECA building. *There will be no meeting in Dec. The next meeting is scheduled for Jan. 30th. Call Ruthette Mills for more info at 906-586-6384
All area middle schoolers (age 12-14) are welcome to join Comedy Club. The group meets the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays of each month at Gladstone City Hall from 3:30 –5p.m. Members perform skits, improv, & stand-up comedy. Costumes & props are provided. See kidscomedyclub.blogspot.com for cast photos & videos. No fees, just fun! Call 428-2843 to register
Big Bay de Noc High School is in the planning process of this year’s senior graduation party that will include fun events & activities & assure students an array of gifts & prizes. The seniors are allowed to bring a guest with them, & they must stay the entire evening to collect any of the prizes. Donations can be sent to: Big Bay de Noc Drug-Free Grad Party Committee c/o Mrs. Tammy Rochefort, Treasurer 318 State Hwy M149 Cooks, MI 49817
Public Health Delta & Menominee Counties have several services available. To schedule an appointment, call 786-4111
Clinic Services & WIC appointments available at the Marquette County Health Department. To make a Clinic appointment call 906-475-7844. Clinic Services available are: HIV/AIDS Counseling & Testing, & Immunizations, Family Planning, Breast & Cervical Cancer Screening, STD, & Health Services. WIC appointments are available by calling 475-7846. For more info on programs & services offered by the Marquette County Health Department visit mqthealth.org
Elder Abuse Awareness Workshops are being offered all over the U.P. Elder abuse is a problem throughout all communities. Those involved may not realize their behaviors are abusive or may by overwhelmed & feel powerless to change. Likewise, the person being abused may be afraid to confront the abusive person for fear of retaliation, loss of a caregiver or be placed in a long term care facility. The Elder Abuse Workshop will be one hour providing information & tools to identify & report Elder Abuse, Neglect, & Exploitation of seniors. Learn How, What, & Where to report situations of suspected abuse, neglect, & exploitation. This NO COST workshop is being facilitated all over the U.P. To find out if a workshop is scheduled near you or to request an Elder Abuse Awareness Workshop please dial 906-217-3028. These presentations are funded by the Aging & Adult Services Agency, a division of the Michigan Department of Health & Human Services
Are you from the Curtis area? Do you like playing bridge in your spare time? Well, then the Erickson Center for the Arts (ECA) is looking for you. ECA has a drop-in bridge group that meets every Friday at 1 p.m. All skill levels & ages are welcome. The group meets in the upper level of the Center, located in Curtis, Michigan.
If you have questions, contact the Erickson Center office at 906-586-9974
Friday Night Fish Fry: Dining open to all at Manistique Elks Club, begins 5pm
Open Swim: Monday & Wednesday: at the Manistique Area Schools pool from 6:30-8:30pm. Cost is $3 per person, or you can purchase a membership for the school year for $50 for adults and $40 for students. Family memberships are available for $60 for up to 3 people, and $70 for families of four or more. Swimmers must provide their own suits & towels
Delta Animal Shelter Having Doggies Troubles? The Delta Animal Shelter is offering a free class to speak with a dog trainer about any issues you may be having with your dog. The class will be every 3rd Wed. of the month at 5:30 p.m. Please leave your dog at home, but bring all your questions!
If you have moved into the Escanaba or Gladstone area during the last 12 months, or know of someone who has… then many of our local merchants and the Chamber of Commerce would like to present you with a complimentary welcome package along with civic information to help you get acquainted with your new surroundings. Please contact Nicolet Welcome Service’s representative, Pamela Heffner-Caron, by calling her at 989-329-0747, or send her a message at Facebook page “Escanaba & Gladstone Welcome Rep”, & she will deliver a ‘Welcome’ package valued at several hundred dollars to you
Wed. Feb. 22nd
The Marquette Regional History Center presents: The Great War by John Moschetti, Military Historian, on Feb. Feb. 22nd at 6:30 p.m. The most important event of the 20th Century, World War I. The outcomes of The Great War set the stage for the rise of the communist & fascist dictators, World War II, The Cold War & the current chaos in the Middle East & Balkans. The war also had a major impact on the members of this community as it was the first time large numbers of young men would leave this area to take part in a war. Attendees will have a better understanding of the war, its legacy & impact on the community & world. $5 suggested donation. For more info call 226-3571 or visit marquettehistory.org
Wed. Feb. 22nd The Jake Menghini Museum will be showing the historical documentary video, ‘Hero’s on Deck’ on Feb.22nd at 2p.m. & 6p.m. at the museum on 105 Odill Road Norway, Michigan 49870O’Dill Road. This is the story of how more than 15,000 pilots and 40,000 deck crew trained to fight in the Pacific on two makeshift aircraft carriers just off the Chicago shoreline. No Admission fee. No parking on museum side of O’Dill Road- per city of Norway. Overflow parking at Evangelical Covenant Church
Thurs. Feb. 23rd
Bay College’s Math Science Division presents a special colloquium by Ken Hinzman Sr. titled “Industrial & Chemical Disasters- Lessons Learned.” The free presentation will be at 4PM on Feb. 23rd in room 125 of the Math Science Building. The presentation can be seen live via iTV at 3PM central time in room 107 of Bay College’s West Campus in Iron Mountain. Ken Hinzman is a Research Technical Specialist at BASF’s Safety Engineering facility in Wyandotte, MI. BASF’s Safety Engineering group characterizes thermal stability& explosibility of chemical compounds as well as performs dispersion model simulations & relief size calculations. Ken lives in the Metropolitan Detroit area.
Fri. Feb. 24th
Animal Jam “Jammer” Party on Feb. 24th from 7–9p.m., Peter White Public Library Community Room. All students in Grades 4 & up are invited for an Animal Jam extravaganza hosted by the Junior Teen Advisory Board. Enjoy Jamaa games & snacks, cool Jamaa adventures, a fashion show& more! Come dressed as your favorite animal (optional). Free. For more info call 226-4321o, visit pwpl.info or find Peter White Public Library Youth Services on Facebook
Sat. Feb. 25th
Help with home heating by taking part in the Delta County Walk for Warmth on Feb. 25th at 10a.m. at the Elks Lodge (510 Ludington St.) in Escanaba. Pick up a pledge sheet at the MDSCAA administrative office (507 1st Ave. N.) in Escanaba or print one off at mdscaa.org. All monies raised will stay in Delta County
Sat. Feb. 25th
Wine-Tasting Fundraiser to assist the Kiwanis Club of Newberry, serving children & youth on Feb. 25th from 4–7p.m. at the Newberry Elks Lodge #1705. Tickets are $20 in advance or $25 at the door. Tickets are available at the Elks. If you are interested in being a table sponsor or donating, call 906-869-7657
Sat. Feb. 25th
2017 Millecoquins Lake Winter Carnival on Feb. 25th. Activities will be on the South end of the lake & inside the Hiawatha Sportsman’s Club’s Recreation Building on Lake Blvd. in Engadine, MI from 8a.m.–4:30p.m. Ice fishing contest, antique snowmobile rides, kids’ craft table, fish decoy competition, cardboard sled contest, sledding hill, snowshoe hike, The Big Mac & Cheese cook-off, Polar Eagle plunge starts at 2 p.m. Food, prizes, raffles! U.P. Winter scene photo contest. Free dinner Sat. evening from 5–7p.m. at the Garfield Township Building, M-117 Engadine, MI.
Sat. Feb. 25th
Snofest on Feb. 25th in Manistique’s Central Park! Little Jiggers Kids Fishing Derby. Registration 9a.m. Fishing 11a.m.–1p.m. Cost: $5 per hole. Prizes & more! Frosty 5K Run/Walk. Registration 9a.m. Race starts at 10a.m. at Central Park. Participants receive t-shirt & finishers medal. Cardboard Classic Sled Race at Manistique’s Central Park Sledding Hill. Registration 1p.m. Race starts at 1:30p.m. FREE Skate at Little Bear West Arena from 6–9p.m. Free admission sponsored by Manistique Kiwanis & YETI Key Club. Skate Rental Available: $2 per person. For more info contact Kristi King Recreation Director at 341-2290
Sun. Feb. 26th
The 8th grade class at St. Francis de Sales School will host the first ever Star Wars Night from 3–5 p.m. on Feb. 26th. There will be Star Wars related games, activities, & food! We will even have characters from the movies available for pictures! All monies raised from this fundraiser go directly to the end-of-year field trip to Washington, D.C.
Mon. Feb. 27th
Attention Veterans: you’re welcome to attend a Presentation on Woman Veterans Health Care and Q&A session with the Medical Center Director on Feb. 27th at 10 a.m. (CT) in the Holman Room (basement). All Veterans & their families & friends are welcome! If you have questions, contact Brad Nelson at 800-215-8262, x32001
Thurs. March 2nd
UPCAP’s Michigan Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP) is offering a free seminar in the area to help folks new to Medicare understand their benefits & choices on March 2nd from 3–5p.m. at the UPCAP Lower Conference Room (2501 14th Ave. S.) in Escanaba. Registration is required by visiting upcap.org or by dialing 2-1-1 & indicating you would like to register for the “Welcome to Medicare” event in Escanaba.
(MMAP is a free community-based, health-benefits counseling service for Medicare beneficiaries & their families. MMAP is funded by state & federal agencies & does not sell or endorse any insurance product. MMAP is locally sponsored by UPCAP, the U.P. Area Agency on Aging. For more info on MMAP, dial 2-1-1)
Thurs. March 2nd
Attend FREE! Creating Confident Caregivers is an exciting program in select regions of Michigan, for family caregivers of persons with dementia and/or memory loss. Creating Confident Caregivers is a six-session workshop led by trained dementia care specialists. Creating Confident Caregivers is once again available in the Escanaba area, brought to you in part by the U.P. Area Agency on Aging/UPCAP. There is no charge to participants for the weekly sessions or materials & care for your person with dementia may be availablethrough participating area agencies while caregivers attend the workshop. The next “Creating Confident Caregivers” workshop starts March 2nd in Escanaba. This is a six week workshop which meets once each week on Thursdays from 2– 4p.m. If you are interested contact UPCAP at 1-800-305-8137, dial 2-1-1 or visit upcap.org
Fri. March 3rd
Dr. Seuss Birthday Celebration on Marcy 3rd from 4:30–6 pm. in the Peter White Public Library Community Room. We are celebrating Dr. Seuss birthday with fun Seussical crafts, activities, & even some cake! All ages are invited to join us for the fun. Free, no registration required. For more info call 226-4320 or visit pwpl.info
or find Peter White Public Library Youth Services on Facebook.
Fri. March 3rd
Peter White Public Library G.L.O.W Alliance on March 3rd from 4–5pm in the Peter White Public Library Shiras Room. Teens in grades 8 to 12 who support equality for all genders & sexualities are invited to join G.L.O.W. (Gay Lesbian or Whatever). Give & receive support, socialize & help plan fun pride activities. Refreshments will be served. Free of charge. For info call 226-4321 or 226-4323 or visit pwpl.info
Fri. March 3rd
Fun night of bowling on March 3rd from 6–9p.m. at the Bowl-A-Rama to help raise funds to support St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. The money raised will go to help fund research efforts to find a cure for childhood cancers & other diseases, provide financial support for kids receiving treatment, & accommodations for families during the child’s stay at St. Jude. For $20, you’ll play two games of bowling, have pizza, pop, & a chance to win prizes from local businesses. $12, of the $20 admission, goes directly to support St. Jude. The other $8, covers the cost of bowling & refreshments. There will be teams of 5 people to a lane, so please RSVP & invite your friends for afun night of bowling for a great cause! To RSVP or for more info call 241-9922
Sat. March 4th
Family Film & BYO Munchies on March 4th from 1–3pm. at the Peter White Public Library Community Room. Come enjoy the live action film Pete’s Dragon! Remember to bring your own snack if you wish. Rated PG. For more info call 226-4323, visit pwpl.info or find Peter White Public Library Youth Services on Facebook.
Sat. March 4th
All are invited to the Annual Lenten Breakfast & Musical Program at Immanuel Lutheran Church (600 S. Lincoln Rd.) in Escanaba on March 4th. Theme: Touches. Breakfast: 9:15 a.m. Program: 10 a.m. A free-will offering will be taken at the program, part of which will go toward Walk for Warmth. Limited to 200 for the breakfast, but unlimited for the program. For reservations, call 786-6771 by Feb. 27th (Nursery services are available with request)
Sat. March 4th
Colorful Clay Plate Art Class with Artist/Instructor Tina Doorn on March 4th from 10a.m.–1p.m. *This class is limited to 8 students. Adults only please. Class will be held in the lower level of the Erickson Center. However, if no more than 4 people sign up, the class will be held in Tina’s studio.* $60 per Person /Includes all Supplies. Make not one, but TWO of your own functional clay plates to decorate & take home. Artist Tina Doorn will show participants the “slump mold’ & “slip decorating” techniques while they create & paint two pieces of beautiful, usable art. Tina is also offering the participants of her class to come into her studio & observe the final glazing & kiln loading procedure with their plates!
Wed. March 6th
The Cruise of the Abbie on March 8th at 6:30pm at the Marquette Regional History center. In 1889 John M. Longyear set out on his launch to tour Lake Superior & do a little fishing. Listen to his firsthand account of this adventure & see original photos taken on the trip. He presented his daughter Abbie with a bound book of this incredible trip, & she will share her memories about her father & the boat which he named after her. $5 suggested donation.
Tues. March 7th
Snow Make Up meeting–The Peter White Library Book Group will meet at 7 p.m. on March 7th in the Dandelion Cottage Room at the library to discuss Girls Like Us: Carole King, Joni Mitchell, and Carly Simon and the Journey of a Generation by Sheila Weller. This groundbreaking & irresistible biography of three of America’s most important musical artists–Carly Simon, Carole King, & Joni Mitchell offers an epic treatment of these mid-century women who became confessors in song, rock superstars, & adventurers of heart & soul. New members are welcome. For more info, call 228-9953.
Wed. March 8th
Once Upon A Crime, the book group for Mystery Lovers will meet at 7 p.m. in the Dandelion Cottage Room at the Peter White Public Library on March 8th to discuss Theodore Boone: Kid Layer by John Grisham, lawyer & best-selling author of legal fiction. 13-year-old Theodore Boone has always dreamed of being a great trial lawyer someday, but a sensational murder trial forces him into the arena sooner than expected, & he is determined to see that justice prevails. This mystery with a child detective continues our year of reading mysteries in a different genre each month. New members are welcome. For more info call 228-9953
Thurs. March 9th
Arthritis? Fibromyalgia? Back Pain? Find ways to manage pain. Do you live with pain that has lasted longer than 3-6 months? The Chronic Pain Self-Management program is a 6 week program that teaches practical skills for living with (or caring for someone with) any type of health condition that causes chronic pain, such as Fibromyalgia, Back Problems, Arthritis, Lupus. The program focuses on self-care, learning new strategies for managing pain, & gentle exercises to help manage pain. Group meets for 2 1/2 hours once a week. The program will be held in Iron Mountain at Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church, Thursday mornings, March 9th –April 14th (class will meet on Wednesday during the week of March 27th) from 10 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. There is no cost to attend & program includes workshop materials. Registration is required, as space is limited. Register by calling UPCAP at 1-800-338-7227, dial 2-1-1 or register online at upcap.org/events
Sat. March 11th
The 5th Annual Gladstone Pub Crawl on March 11th. Starts at the Sandbar at 4p.m. Everyone is invited. It is a walking polker run to local businesses. Many chances to be a winner. Minute to win it games. Raffle tickets will be available. Bucket Auction & more. 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place cash winners. Five $25 winners too! $10 Entrance Fee. All prizes awarded after 8 p.m. For more info, call Barbie at 280-6111. *Proceeds go towards Motorcycle Awareness in our local area.
Fri. March 17th
Warriors Cat Party on March 17th from 7– 9 pm. at the Peter White Public Library Community Room. Students in grades 4 & up are invited to celebrate Erin Hunter’s Warriors book series. People from all clans will enjoy games, crafts, & refreshments from the “prey table.” For more info call 226-4321 or visit pwpl.info
Sat. March 18th
Saturday Book Babies: To Run Throughout March. On March 18th from 10:30–10:50 am. at the Peter White Public Library Youth Atrium. *New storytime for babies every third Saturday! Enjoy songs, rhymes, stories & fingerplays for ages 0-24 months & stay for a playtime afterwards. Free. For more info call 226-4320, visit pwpl.info or find Peter White Public Library Youth Services on Facebook.
Sat. March 18th
NSSLHA, Family Story & Craft Hour on March 18th at 2pm. in the Youth Atrium. The NMU Chapter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association presents a Saint Patrick’s Day Story & Craft Hour for families. Free. For more info call 226-4323 of find Peter White Public Library Youth Services on Facebook.
Sat. March 18th
Greater Ishpeming-Negaunee Area Chamber of Commerce fundraiser: Vegas Comes to Ishpeming on March 18th from 7–10 p.m. at the River Rock Lanes & Banquet Center. $25 per peson. Casino games. Prizes. Appetizers. Must be 18 years or older to attend
Sat. March 18th
34th Annual Eskymo Fan Club Spring Fling at the Highland Golf Club on March 18th. 5:00 social hour, 6:00 buffet dinner/door prizes, 9:00–12:00 dancing with Jam Band. Casual dress/cash bar. Early bird special for 34th year. Buy your ticket before March 1st & have a chance at winning $100 donated by M&M Masonry. $40 per person. $45 at the door. Table sponsorships are also available. Purchase from any committee member or at the Escanaba High School
Sat. March 18th
1st Annual Mom 2 Mom Sale brought to you by the Rapid River PTC on March 18th from 9a.m.–12p.m. at the Rapid River School (use Elementary entrance). $1 admission. Early bird sales start at 8 a.m. $2 for Early Bird Admission. You’ll purchase items directly from the sellers at each table, so plan to pay with cash (small denominations preferred) & bring a shopping bag for your convenience. Table rental is $10 or 2/$15. For questions call Brooke at 280-7875. (All proceeds from the table rentals & door admissions to benefit students through the Rapid River PTC! The PTC is made up solely of volunteers working to raise money to purchase supplies, incentives, field trips, assemblies & more)
Fri. March 24th & Sat. March 25th
Bark River American Legion Post 438 2017 Gun, Knife & Outdoor Show at the Bark River Senior Center (4283 D Road) in Bark River. Food & refreshments on site! Admission: $5 includes both days. (Over 100 tables available and WIFI. Reserve your table for $20. Pay by 3-14, & save $5 per table.) For more info call Dwayne Klein at 241-6784
Sat. March 25th
Marquette Co Horse Club Annual Horse Tack Sale on March 25th at Negaunee Township Hall (42 M-35) in Negaunee, MI. Tack Check in: 9 –10:30 AM. Sale Open to Public: 11AM –1PM **$1.00 Entry at the door**
Concession, Bake Sale http://www.mqtchc.net/march-25-2017-tack-sale.html contact info: Andi Goriesky
Sat. April 8th In partnership with the Garden Bouquet & Design and Lanni Lantto, fashion (re) designer, the Marquette Regional History Center presents the 8th annual (re)Design Fashion Show on April 8th. Doors open: 1:30 p.m. Runway show: 2 p.m. Open Vendor’s: 3-4 p.m. This event is the largest gathering of upcycled artists in the Upper Peninsula. The event showcases fashion by local designers, Taylor Ehle, Libby Buchler, JoAnne Shelby, & Denise Zdroik. Each designer will present their 2017 clothing line during this high energy runway show. This fashion show is for all ages & each item is wearable & for sale. Local craft vendors will also be at the event, featuring upcycled, recycled, repurposed & earth friendly work. Accessories, original artwork & more will be on display. Tickets are $10 for Adults, $5 for students & 18 and under. They will go on sale on March 6th & will be available at the Marquette Regional History Center. Proceeds from this event will benefit the History Center. If you are interested in becoming a vendor for this event, email Taylor Ehle at email@example.com by March 27th
Sun. April 9th
5th Annual “Meet the Teams Breakfast Fundraiser” on April 9th from 8a.m.–2p.m. at the Gladstone Middle School cafeteria (300 S. 10th St.) in Gladstone. Meet the Gladstone High School Varsity & JV baseball teams. Menu: Fresh scrambled eggs, fried potatoes, ham & sausage, pancakes, biscuits & gravy, juice & coffee. Meal tickets are $7. (Under 5, are free). Tickets are available from any player or at the door also. Raffles, door prizes, & something extra for kids! GHS Baseball is 100% community funded. All proceeds benefit the team.
Mon. April 10th
Mix & Mingle Community Event: Spring Dance at the Escanaba Civic Center. Come have dinner, dance & get ready for the Formal in June. (Ladies can select their evening gowns & gentlemen can be measure for tuxedos) Cost: $10 per person. Transportation will be provided for individuals living in Gladstone & Escanaba. (Friends of DATA) Questions, call: 233-1319
Thurs. April 13th
UPCAP’s Michigan Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP) is offering free seminars in the area to help folks new to Medicare understand their benefits & choices. The next one will be held on, April 13th from 3–5p.m. CST at the UPCAP Lower Conference Room (2501 14th Ave. S.) in Escanaba. Registration is required by calling 1-800-803-7174, or dialing 2-1-1 & indicating your wish to register for the “Welcome to Medicare” event in Escanaba on April 13th.
Mon. June 5th
Mix & Mingle Community Event: Formal Event at the Island Resort & Casino. Cost: $15 per person. Transportation will be provided for individuals living in Gladstone & Escanaba. (Friends of DATA) Questions, call: 233-1319