Jun 03 Saturday
On Saturday, June 3rd from noon to 6:00pm, at Brownson Memorial Park in Kingsley, Michigan, all are welcome to the Adams Fly Festival, hosted by the Kingsley Friends of the Library! Come and enjoy fly fishing education and demonstrations, live and silent auctions, Adams fly history tours, live music, and a microbrew tent!
This event is free and open to the public, except the microbrew tent which is $20 for admission ages 21 and up. The Kingsley Branch Library benefits from all proceeds.
For more information and a complete schedule of events, please visit our Facebook page at facebook.com/AdamsFlyFestival, or call the Library at 231-263-5484.
Please join us for a FREE concert to kick off Less Cancer’s 2023 Hike and Bike America event, a month-long endeavor to help get and keep America moving! Bring your family, friends, and neighbors too!
Featuring the band, The Insiders: A Tribute to Tom PettyMt. Holiday, Traverse City, MI June 3rd, gates open at 5:30 pm/concert starts at 7:00 pm (rain or shine)Food and cold beverages will be available for purchase.Donations to Less Cancer will be accepted.
We hope you join us for a fun-filled evening of good music and great food as we come together as a community to help support Less Cancer’s critical work of preventing cancer. See you there!
For more information about this event, please visit: https://www.lesscancer.org/how-we-do-our-work/less-cancer-bike-ride/
Jun 04 Sunday
Simon Jacobs is in demand as an organist, conductor and accompanist throughout the United States and Europe. He has given organ concerts at prominent venues around the world, including at King’s College, Cambridge, Washington National Cathedral and St. Thomas Church Fifth Avenue, New York City. He is also an on-air radio host at Colorado Springs’ local classical music station, KCME 88.7, where he presents a number of special programs, such as The King of Instruments, Choral Splendour and Bach & Sons.
Like all concerts in the Mel Larimer Series, there is no admission charge, though donations to assist in continuing the series are gratefully accepted.
The Antrim County Community Choir directed by Dorothy Clore and John Dickinson presents this "Helping Hands" concert at 4 p.m. Sunday June 4 at the BHS auditorium. The program features patriotic selections and other songs paying tribute to those who help create and maintain our country. Also featured are break-out groups and performances by recipients of the group's scholarships. A free-will offering will be collected in order to finance the scholarship program.
Jun 05 Monday
Big Fun and Funky Uncle alternate Monday night jam sessions at the Alluvion. Big Fun brings the jazz, groove, and a hint of bluegrass while Funky Uncle is all about the funk. Either way it’ll be a funky fun Monday at The Alluvion! A chance to see TC’s newest venue, food and wine included with a $20 donation at the door!
Jun 08 Thursday
This event will feature 5-6 stories from local community members that demonstrate their authentic interpretation of the concept “Close to Home”. Join us for an evening of storytelling, music, and refreshments.
Close to Home is presented in partnership with Here:Say Storytelling and Housing North, a nonprofit dedicated to removing the barriers to housing and creating more housing ready communities. All donations collected through this event will benefit Housing North.
The Grand Traverse Musicale welcomes all music-lovers to attend the 2023 Music Scholarship Recitals on Thursday evening, June 8th at First Congregational Church Traverse City, 6105 Center Rd. Because of the large number of talented scholarship winners, there will be two recitals that evening, at 6:30 PM and at 8:00 PM, featuring Middle and High School musicians from the greater Grand Traverse area. These recitals are free and open to the public. Following the recitals, all are invited to stay and enjoy light refreshments. The Grand Traverse Musicale is a local organisation that prides itself on advancing music education for young musicians from Grades 7-12 in the Grand Traverse area. Grand Traverse Musicale is proud to have been a contributing member of our community for over 91 years! Please come and show your support for these gifted young musicians by attending one or both of the GTM Music Scholarship Recitals on Thursday evening, June 8th, 2023, at 6:30 PM and at 8:00 PM.
Jun 09 Friday
KARAOKE NIGHT Friday, JUNE 9th from 5:30-7:00PMJoin us for singing and laughter as we belt out a variety of our favorite tunes. A fun night of music and dance is guaranteed! Light snacks will be available.
FREE • All Ages (Under 10 must be accompanied by an adult)
The main intersection of downtown Ludington will close to give way to the street party of all street parties to kick off Love Ludington Weekend! California’s #1 dance band, Pop Vinyl, will be making their way to the main stage right at Ludington Avenue and James Street to get the crowd dancing and singing. Featuring five lead singers, no genre is safe from Pop Vinyl’s vocal prowess. Live music, vendors, games and activities for the kids, and a fireworks display to cap off the night round out the list of reasons why you do not want to miss this party celebrating 150 years of Ludington! For a complete list of sesquicentennial events, head to http://ludington150.com.
Join the Viridian Strings for an unforgettable evening of classical music with their Summer 2023 program concert series, “Musical Rivals.” The ensemble takes the stage to perform two of the most captivating string chamber works ever written. First, be swept away by Brahms’ G Major String Sextet, a masterpiece that showcases the composer’s deep understanding of the string ensemble. Then, brace yourself for Tchaikovsky’s emotionally charged Souvenir de Florence, a virtuosic triumph full of sweeping melodies.
But there’s more to this concert than just stunning music. As you listen, you’ll also learn about the composers’ tense musical relationship, adding a fascinating layer of depth and drama to the performance. The ensemble takes the stage to perform two of the most captivating string chamber works ever written. First, be swept away by Brahms’ G Major String Sextet, a masterpiece that showcases the composer’s deep understanding of the string ensemble. Then, brace yourself for Tchaikovsky’s emotionally charged Souvenir de Florence, a virtuosic triumph full of sweeping melodies.
But there’s more to this concert than just stunning music. As you listen, you’ll also learn about the composers’ tense musical relationship, adding a fascinating layer of depth and drama to the performance.
Don’t miss this chance to experience the beauty and power of classical music in the hands of the talented Viridian Strings. Get your tickets now for an evening you won’t soon forget!