Mar 02 Saturday
Manistee County is known all over the world for its amazing fly fishing lakes, rivers and streams. So it’s fitting the International Fly Fishing Film Festival will make its way to Manistee’s Vogue Theatre on March 2-3.
Presented by Iron Fish Distillery and Manistee County Tourism Authority, this year’s festival includes nine short films by professional filmmakers from all corners of the globe, each showcasing the passion, lifestyle and culture of fly fishing.
Tickets to the film festival are $25 per person for all nine films, which will be presented consecutively and in less than two hours. All proceeds from film tickets will benefit the Little Manistee Watershed Conservation Council and The Vogue Theatre, a 501c3. Tickets may be purchased at the door or online through the Vogue.
Mar 03 Sunday
Mar 05 Tuesday
Charlevoix's Cultural Corridor is hosting a FREE Film Series! March 5th is Charlevoix Circle of Arts movie pick: FRIDA (2002) rated R. All movies are at Charlevoix Cinema. Concessions available for purchase.Donations appreciated.
Mar 20 Wednesday
Join us for night 2 of a 3 part series where we examine the injustice of colonization, celebrate the resilience of Indigenous peoples, and work toward truth and restoration. Come to 1 or all 3!
Night 1- March 13: “Obtaining Non-Christian Land Using the Doctrine of Discovery” a presentation by Tom Peters from the Grand Traverse Band• hosted at the Presbyterian Church of TC • Supper by donation at 5:30, program at 6:30
Night 2- March 20: Screening of the film "Doctrine of Recovery" . . . a documentary on the restoration of the sacred feminine as a “Doctrine of Recovery” for a planet in crisis. Panel discussion to follow.• hosted at the Milliken Auditorium, NMC • 6:30 start time, refreshments provided
Night 3- April 3: Night for Collective Action- Learn ways to follow local Indigenous leadership toward environmental restoration. Facilitated by Eva Petoskey of Mindimooyenh Healing Circle, & Liz Kirkwood, Executive Director of FLOW (For Love of Water)• hosted at the Presbyterian Church of TC• Supper by donation at 5:30, program at 6:30
Co-sponsors include: Mindimooyenh Healing Circle, the SALT Coalition, Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, Presbyterian Church of TC, National Parks Conservation Association, St. Francis Justice and Peace, Beloved 360, NMC Native American Student Organization