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  1. 2018 Glen Lake Winter Fest + Chili Cook-Off

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    Join us for the annual Glen Lake Winterfest on Saturday, February 17, 2018! Festivities include a Perch Fishing/Contest + Chili Cook-Off.


    Perch Fishing Contest

    Festivities start at 7am with the beginning of the Perch Fishing Contest, with prizes for 1st through 4th place catchesAll participants will bring their biggest catches from Big and Little Glen Lake to the Sportsman Shop at 1pm, and winners will then be crowned. Entry fee for this event is $20, and all ages are welcome.

    DOWNLOAD: Fishing Contest Entry Form (PDF coming soon)

     

    Chili Cook-off

    The Chili Cookoff, kicks off at Noon at Boonedocks in Glen Arbor. Entrants will compete to earn chili bragging rights. 1st through 5th Place winners, as determined by popular vote, receive a plaque commemorating the 2016 Chili Cook-off. Get there early for a seat inside Boonedocks. Dress warm and join us out on the deck for a winter-time party! Plenty of heaters, drinks, music, family, friends and chili to keep you warm! 

    There’s only one category: CHILI ! – however you define it!

    All proceeds from this event go directly to the Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce’s Glen Lake Schools Scholarship Fund. This is a family friendly event, just be sure to dress warmly! If you’d like to participate, the entry fee is $25 per chili. Winners will be crowned as the event wraps up around 3pm.

    Admission is $10 per person, which includes unlimited chili samples. $5 Admission for Seniors, over 70, and kids, 12 and under.

    DOWNLOAD: 2017 Chili Cook off entry form/rules (PDF coming soon)

     

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    RSVP, stay updated and Invite your friends and family via our Event on Facebook.

  2. 2017 Glen Lake Winterfest Results

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    After a few years of this event taking place in some of the worst winter storms to date, everyone who attended this year enjoyed Spring-like weather with temperatures in the 50’s, sunshine and blue skies. Because of the snow and cold we had prior to this President’s Day weekend, the Glen Lake were still safe enough to ice fish on. 

    Chili Cook-Off winners

    #1 – Boonedocks

    #2 – Pleva’s Meat 

    #3 – Market 22 

    #4 – Shipwreck Café

    #5 – Anderson’s

    The Fishing Contest

    #1 – Nick Rice

    #2 – Clay McNit

    #3 – Hannah Nowicki

    #4 – A Three Way Tie: Leif Sporck, Tim Egeler, Matt Rice

    Congratulations To All The Winners! Thanks To ALL Who Participated!

    Event made possible by:

    Art’s Tavern, Boonedocks, The Sportsman Shop and the Glen Lake Chamber

    Thank you to Dancing Frog Press for documenting the event. Photography All Rights Reserved. ® Please contact us for permission to use. 

  3. 2017 Glen Lake Winterfest

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    Join us for the Annual Glen Arbor Winterfest on Saturday, February 18, 2016! Festivities include the Perch Fishing Contest + Chili Cook-Off.


    Perch Fishing Contest

    Festivities start at 7am with the beginning of the Perch Fishing Contest, with prizes for 1st through 4th place catchesAll participants will bring their biggest catches from Big and Little Glen Lake to the Sportsman Shop at 1pm, and winners will then be crowned. Entry fee for this event is $20, and all ages are welcome.

    DOWNLOADFishing Contest Entry Form

     

    Chili Cook-off

    The Chili Cookoff, kicks off at Noon at Boonedocks in Glen Arbor. Entrants will compete to earn chili bragging rights. 1st through 5th Place winners, as determined by popular vote, receive a plaque commemorating the 2016 Chili Cook-off. Get there early for a seat inside Boonedocks. Dress warm and join us out on the deck for a winter-time party! Plenty of heaters, drinks, music, family, friends and chili to keep you warm! 

    There’s only one category: CHILI ! – however you define it!

    All proceeds from this event go directly to the Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce’s Glen Lake Schools Scholarship Fund. This is a family friendly event, just be sure to dress warmly! If you’d like to participate, the entry fee is $25 per chili. Winners will be crowned as the event wraps up around 3pm.

    Admission is $10 per person, which includes unlimited chili samples. $5 Admission for Seniors, over 70, and kids, 12 and under.

    DOWNLOAD2017 Chili Cook off entry form/rules

     

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    RSVP, stay updated and Invite your friends and family via our Event posted on Facebook.

  4. Holiday Marketplaces 2016

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    Saturday, November 26th, 2016

    Glen Arbor | Marketplace open from 10am – 4pm

    in the Glen Arbor Township Hall

    Shop 30 vendors providing locally made artisan goods at the Glen Arbor Holiday Marketplace. During the market from 12-2:30pm – Meet Santa & Mrs. Claus! They will be at the Glen Arbor Holiday Marketplace with some little toys and goodies! Bring the kids and your camera for some great fun and photo opportunities.

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    (If you are a vendor or artisan and have any questions, please contact Patricia at [email protected] / 847.570.4891)

    Empire | Marketplace open from 11am – 5pm

    in the Empire Township Hall

    The annual happenings are presented in tandem.

    Empire showcases nearly 20 artisan vendors including: handcrafted jewelry and tile works, delicious foods and candies, paintings and stunning photographs, designer cards, holiday ornaments and wreaths, beautiful knitwear and hand-made goods.

    There are different artisans at each market and plenty of time in the day to shop both!  

    No admission fee for any event, and open to the Public.

    Did you know?

    This Saturday is also the national #shopsmall Saturday! Presented by American Express. Enjoy the benefits of local shops and restaurants that participate!


    Related Events:

    “Better than Black Friday PJ Party” in Glen Arbor on Nov. 25th

    Tree Lighting & Caroling, plus the Holiday Market Preview Party on Friday Night, Nov. 25th

    Quick Links:

        • Find other Things to Do while you’re in Leelanau

        • Browse the area Business Directory 

    #eatlocal #shopsmall #HolidayMarket #GlenArbor #thingstodo #familyfriendly #santaclaus #kids #winter #Christmastime

  5. Tree Lighting, Caroling & Holiday Market preview Party!

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    Tree Lighting, Caroling & Holiday Market preview party

    Friday, November 25th, 2016 | 6:30pm – 8pm

    at the Glen Arbor Township Hall

    Glen Arbor’s annual Tree Lighting and Caroling, located outside in front of the Town Hall, off of M-22/Western Ave. in downtown Glen Arbor happens promptly at 6:45pm.

    The Holiday Market “Preview Party” is located inside the Town Hall immediately following the tree lighting. Mingle, shop and get first picks of all the artisan goods during the Holiday Marketplace preview party, from 7-8pm!

     


    The Holiday Market

    #eatlocal #shopsmall #HolidayMarket #GlenArbor #thingstodo #familyfriendly #Christmastime #Leelanau #winter

     

  6. What do you do up north all winter?

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    We thought it’d be fun to answer this common questions as a community and post the results here, and in social media, to create some real conversation with locals and visitors alike.IMG_1908

    Hike around our beautiful lakes and take in gorgeous icy views.

    Read a book with a glass of local wine.

    Ski – cross country the heritage trail or out our backyard; Downhill ski at the Homestead

    Snowshoe – the national park is right our our back door

    Wine tours

    Commit to a fitness program or train for an event…How’s that going for you?

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    Go to Glen Lake Winterfest and eat chili until you can’t eat any more.

    Shovel, salt the walk, carry firewood, repeat.

    Take advantage of the off-season dining deals 🙂

    Knitting groups

    Pickleball in the Glen Arbor Town Hall. Yeah, believe it or not, we get pretty competitive.

    Meet friends for drinks

    Join a committee

    Ice fishing

  7. Glen Lake Winterfest 2016

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    Join us for the Annual Glen Arbor Winterfest on Saturday, February 13, 2016! Festivities include the Perch Fishing Contest + Chili Cook-Off.


    Perch Fishing Contest

    Festivities start at 7am with the beginning of the Perch Fishing Contest, with prizes for 1st through 4th place catches. All participants will bring their biggest catches from Big and Little Glen Lake to the Sportsman Shop at 1pm, and winners will then be crowned. Entry fee for this event is $20, and all ages are welcome.

    DOWNLOAD: Fishing Contest Entry Form

     

    Chili Cook-off

    The Chili Cookoff, kicks off at Noon at Boonedocks in Glen Arbor. Entrants will compete to earn chili bragging rights. 1st through 5th Place winners, as determined by popular vote, receive a plaque commemorating the 2016 Chili Cook-off.

    There’s only one category: CHILI ! – however you define it!

    All proceeds from this event go directly to the Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce’s Glen Lake Schools Scholarship Fund. This is a family friendly event, just be sure to dress warmly! If you’d like to participate, the entry fee is $25 per chili. Winners will be crowned as the event wraps up around 3pm.

    Admission is $10 per person, which includes unlimited chili samples. $5 Admission for Seniors, over 70, and kids, 12 and under.

    DOWNLOAD: 2016 Chili Cook off entry form/rules


    See last years Contest Results + event Photo Gallery.

  8. Holiday Market 2015 – Info + Application Form

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    Held at the Glen Arbor Township Hall

    2015 Glen Arbor Holiday Market

    Friday, Nov. 27th – Set-Up | 2-7pm 

    Friday, Nov. 27th – Preview Party | Open to the Public for early shopping | 7-8pm

    Saturday, November 28 – Glen Arbor’s Holiday Market | Open 10am-4pm


    2015 Glen Arbor Holiday Marketplace

    Dear Previous and New Artists/Vendors:

    The Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce will continue to hold the event for this year. As in years past, we have a limited number of booths to sell. Priority for acceptance into our Holiday Marketplace will be based on the following criteria as well as an attempt by our Committee to create a “balanced” show
    with a variety of artisans showcasing different types of gifts / work.

    Criteria will be based not only on the quality of your product, but the following as well:
    • Date application and check is received
    • Previous Participation
    • Handcrafted Products / Artwork
    • Chamber Members will receive priority consideration, but membership is not necessary

    The application is due by October, 1st 2015.

    >2015 Application | Click to view, print or download.

    If you participated in last year’s show, you do NOT NEED to send any photos of what you would be
    selling. If you are a new applicant to the Marketplace, please submit one or more photos of items you would be selling. Our 2015 Marketplace Committee will be meeting After Oct. 1st to review all
    applications and finalize our Vendor Roster. We will notify you via email or phone by Oct. 15 as to your status. Again . . . Space is limited and while we may make some adjustments to floor plan this year, we only have 26-28 spaces available.

    If you have any questions about this process please feel free to contact Betsy Webb, 2015 Holiday Market Chair, at [email protected] or call (231)334-4312. Our community is looking forward to a fun and festive event this year.

    Please see the PDF APPLICATION for Marketplace Hours and Schedule.

    Betsy Webb | Holiday Marketplace | Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce

  9. NEW section of Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail open for use!

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    The newest segment of the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail (SBHT) from Fisher Road to Port Oneida Road opened on Friday May 22, 2015.

    This segment adds about 3.5 miles to the 9.5 miles of previously completed trail.  This portion of the trail includes 600 feet of boardwalk over wetlands along the west side of Westman Road and connects users to the Port Oneida Rural Historic District.

    Port Oneida is perhaps the most complete early 20th century agricultural landscape, unique for the number of intact farmsteads which reveal a small closely-knit farming community founded in the early 1860’s and the evolution of agriculture from subsistence farming to cash crop, common throughout the United States. The 1.3 mile section of the trail within the Historic District has an aggregate surface.  Much of the route follows a portion of the Bay View trail and winds through scenic forests, over beautiful rolling terrain, with short, but moderately challenging hills.

    Get out there and enjoy it! Be Safe!

    LINKS:

    About the project |

    http://friendsofsleepingbear.org/projects/sleeping-bear-heritage-trail/

    View the interactive online map |

    http://friendsofsleepingbear.org/sbht-i-map/#/

  10. Results: Winter Fest 2015 | Chili Cook-Off + Fishing Contest

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    A lot of people came out Glen Lake Chamber’s Annual Winter Fest event. There was very nice community support, especially with the extreme winter weather conditions…below zero wind chills, white out driving conditions, drifting, and constant snow fall. (see image gallery below…)

     

    Perch Fishing Contest Results…

    Despite the almost un-fishable winter conditions, 52 people participated in the ice-fishing contest, Raising $520 For Glen Lake. Scholarship fund. By far the worst conditions in the 18 years running the tournament.

    Ken Fosmore took 1st place with a 11 7/8 in Perch;
    Second place was Joseph, an 11 in. fish;
    Third place was Tim Egeler with a 9 7/8 incher;
    and Sam Shimek with 8 3/4 in. fish.

    Chili Cook-Off Results…

    There were 425 Attendees, with generous donations, we had over $5,000.00 in proceeds! Proceeds will given to the Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce’s Glen Lake Scholarship Fund.

    All but one Chili lasted, and the crowd gave up by about 2:45 pm.
    Randy Chamberlain, Chef/Owner of Blu in Glen Arbor, with his son Logan took first place, by popular vote, with their Black bean-chorizo Chili topped with homemade frito’s. Their First win in 10 years….very proud!
    The first time we’ve had The Homestead enter, taking 2nd place; Cherry Republic took 3rd, Anderson’s Market in Glen Arbor took 4th, and Bear Paw took 5th.

    Image Credit: Char Davis, local artist/owner of Dancing Frog Press took pictures for the Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce of the scene around the Glen Lake area.


     

    #winterfest #glenarbor #chilicookoff #iceskating #perchfishingcontest #glenlake #artstavern #boonedocks #thesportsmanshop

  11. 2015 Glen Arbor Winter Fest

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    Winter Fest Follow Up:

    Contest Results + Event Photo Gallery.

    Click here.

    Join us for the Annual Glen Arbor Winter fest on Saturday, February 14, 2015! Festivities include Perch Fishing Contest + a Chili Cook-Off.


    RSVP + Invite your friends, via Facebook Event Page


    Perch Fishing Contest

    Festivities start at 7am with the beginning of the Perch Fishing Contest, with prizes for 1st through 4th place catches. All participants will bring their biggest catches from Big and Little Glen Lake to the Sportsman Shop at 1pm, and winners will then be crowned. Entry fee for this event is $20, and all ages are welcome.

    > DOWNLOAD: 2015 Perch Fishing Contest Entry Form

    Chili Cook-off

    The Chili Cookoff, kicks off at Noon on the deck at Boonedocks (on the corner of M22 and Ray Street) in Glen Arbor. Entrants will compete to earn chili bragging rights. 1st through 5th Place winners, as determined by popular vote, receive a plaque commemorating the 2015 Chili Cook-off. There’s only one category: CHILI ! – however you define it!

    All proceeds from this event go directly to the Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce’s Glen Lake Schools Scholarship Fund. This is a family friendly event, just be sure to dress warmly! If you’d like to participate, the entry fee is $25 per chili. Winners will be crowned as the event wraps up around 3pm.

    Admission is $10 per person, which includes unlimited chili samples. $5.00 for seniors, over 70, and kids, 12 and under.

    > DOWNLOAD: Winter fest 2015 | Chili Cook off form

    Email questions: [email protected]


    OPEN ALL WINTER  |  FREE Ice-skating. Open to public. Located in downtown Glen Arbor, on the outdoor community ice-rink.

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    SNOWSHOE STAMPEDED | RACE ON FEB.14th, at the Leelanau Outdoor Center!

    > EVENT INFO HERE

  12. Trail Conditions | Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail

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    Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail

    Trail Conditions | Thursday, 2/05/2015

    The SBHT was groomed Wednesday, 2/04/2015. About 3 inches of new snow fell over the last couple of days and the groomer crew was out on the trail with the roller to build more base.

    cross country skiing_heritage trail_glen arbor_dunes_groomed 2015 winter

    BEST SKI CONDITIONS OF THE SEASON!

    Glen Arbor (Forest Haven Road) to Glen Haven – EXCELLENT – Base of about 6 inches. Classic tracks have been set on the outside of the trail with corduroy between for snowshoers and skate skiers.

    Glen Haven toward the Dune Climb – GOOD – This section of trail has a thinner base (2-4″). Classic tracks were set from Glen Haven to the Dune Climb.

    From Empire to the Pierce Stocking Drive – EXCELLENT. This section of trail has some steep hills and the groomers do not lay classic tracks. The whole trail is corduroy.

    The section of trail between the Dune Climb and Scenic Drive has some driveways and steep hills. It has been groomed with a corduroy finish with no classic tracks.

    >Trail Grooming and Information provided to you by Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes

  13. FREE Ice Skating all Winter | Glen Arbor

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    Thanks to the efforts of a group of local businesses and committed individuals, we are excited to offer another winter with our outdoor ice-rink, located in Glen Arbor Township Park!

    Ice skating is free and open to the public as long as weather conditions allow. A great family-friendly winter activity, just remember to dress warmly!

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    Ice skate and hockey stick/puck rentals are available all season at The Cyclery in Glen Arbor, located within the Crystal River Outfitters Recreation District on M-22.

    Be sure to come visit the Glen Lake area during Valentine’s Day weekend, as the Chamber hosts their annual Glen Arbor Winter Fest.  Enjoy a weekend of winter festivities including a chili cookoff (on the deck of Boonedocks), perch fishing contest on Big and Little Glen, as well as ice skating any time!

    >Click here for more Winter Fest info.


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    Want to hit the trails?

    We have some of the best conditions this winter for Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing.

    The SBHT (from Empire to Glen Arbor – through the National Park) is groomed by Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes. They also provide up-to-date Trail info. Check out their website to subscribe to email updates, and we will also post updated info here on our blog, and in our Social Media.

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  14. BEST SKI CONDITIONS OF THE SEASON!

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    Groomed by Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes + Trail info provided by.

    The SBHT was groomed today 1/30/2015. About 6-8 inches of new snow fell over the last couple of days and the groomer crew was out on the trail yesterday and this morning with the roller to build more base.

    cross country skiing_heritage trail_glen arbor_dunes_groomed 2015 winter

    BEST SKI CONDITIONS OF THE SEASON!

    Glen Arbor (Forest Haven Road) to Glen Haven – EXCELLENT – Base of about 6 inches. Classic tracks have been set on the outside of the trail with corduroy between for snowshoers and skate skiers.

    Glen Haven toward the Dune Climb – EXCELLENT – This section of trail has a thinner base (2-4″). Classic tracks were set from Glen Haven to just north of the Dune Climb. At the Dune Climb, the base is less, so the trail is just corduroy for a short distance.

    From Empire to the Pierce Stocking Drive – EXCELLENT. This section of trail has some steep hills and the groomers do not lay classic tracks. The whole trail is corduroy.

    The section of trail between the Dune Climb and Scenic Drive has some driveways and steep hills. It has been groomed with a corduroy finish with no classic track.

    Information provided to you by Friends of the Sleeping Bear. Learn More, Become a supporter.

  15. Explore the National Lakeshore…by snowshoes!

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    Explore Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore on snowshoes this winter!

    Join park rangers for a guided snowshoe hike this holiday season and every Saturday throughout the winter.

    The first hike of the season will be on Saturday, December 27, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. The snowshoe hikes will continue to be offered every Saturday at 1:00 p.m. through March 7, 2015. Meet at the National Lakeshore’s Philip A. Hart Visitor Center in Empire.

    If you don’t have your own snowshoes, a pair will be loaned at no charge. Participants need only purchase the park entrance pass or have an annual pass to join in the fun.

    Reservations are required whether you need to borrow snowshoes or have your own. Ranger-led snowshoe hikes are limited to 30 participants.

    Please call 231-326-4700, ext. 5010, for details and to make reservations.

  16. Holiday Marketplaces (you DON’T want to miss!)

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    These annual community event features a variety of artisans showcasing different types of gifts/work, with an emphasis on local and handmade products/artworks. This is a great opportunity to support your local artisans and shop for yourself and for the holidays!  There’s different artisans at both markets and plenty of time in the day for you, your friends and family to drive and shop both markets!

    Glen Arbor Holiday Marketplace:

    Saturday, November 29, 2014 | 10 AM to 4 PM

    in the Glen Arbor Township Hall

    Schedule of events:

    Artisans…SET-UP: Friday 3-7 PM (there will be NO quick set up this year).

    Friday Nov. 28th: After the annual Glen Arbor Tree lighting and carols, All booths will be set up and ready for holiday “business” by 7 PM, Friday evening. Products may be for sale Friday evening at the Holiday Marketplace preview party!

    Saturday Nov. 29th: Marketplace doors open at 10:00 AM and will close at 4:00 PM.

    Meet Santa & Mrs. Santa Claus!!! They will be at the Glen Arbor Holiday Marketplace from 10:30 to 3:00 with some little toys and goodies! Bring the kids and your camera for some great fun and photo opps!

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    • Refreshments/ lunch by Riverfront Deli, will be for sale during the Glen Arbor Market.

    (If you are a vendor or artisan and have any questions, please contact Betsy at [email protected])

    Empire Artisans Market:

    Saturday, November 29, 2014 | 11 AM to 5 PM

    in the Empire Town Hall

    Artisan Market located in the Empire Town Hall

    • Following the Market, will be a Tree Lighting Ceremony in the Village of Empire!

  17. Shop Leelanau, Save Leelanau

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    The Leelanau Conservancy invites you to join a Shop Leelanau, Save Leelanau county-wide promotion on Saturday, August 9, 2014

     

    The Conservancy is asking participating businesses to donate 1% of sales on August 9 to the Leelanau Conservancy, and the Conservancy will promote the participating businesses.

     

    The Leelanau Conservancy works to conserve the land, water and scenic character of the county, and we hope that our efforts help keep residents and visitors committed to this area and excited about supporting local businesses.  We know that local businesses are vital to the local economy, and that they provide important services, unique offerings and charming experiences that visitors and residents love. 

     

    So please partner with us for Shop Leelanau, Save Leelanau on Saturday, August 9.  More details follow.  Please fill out the form to participate:

     

    Basics:

    • The date of the county-wide event is Saturday, August 9.
    • All Leelanau County businesses are invited to participate.
    • A Leelanau Conservancy volunteer will be assigned to coordinate logistics within each village.

     

    What the Leelanau Conservancy will do:

     

    1. Promote Shop Leelanau, Save Leelanau in its summer newsletter.  All businesses who have replied by May 7 will be listed in the newsletter, which will be mailed June 15 to 4000 members.
    2. Promote Shop Leelanau, Save Leelanau on its website, www.leelanauconservancy.org, which will be updated regularly.
    3. Prepare posters for window display. Conservancy volunteers will place them in the windows of participating businesses July 25-26.
    4. Prepare a small countertop display, with small handouts.  These will be brought to participating businesses on Friday, August 8, for the Saturday, August 9 event.
    5. Issue receipt for the business donation, which is tax deductible.
    6. Thank businesses in fall newsletter.

     

    What participating businesses will do:

     

    1. Agree to donate 1% of sales on August 9 to the Leelanau Conservancy.
    2. Fill out and return the form below.
    3. Allow a window poster to be placed by a Conservancy volunteer on July 25 or 26.
    4. Display the countertop promotion on August 9.
    5. Distribute the handout on August 9 to customers.  The business may include its name on the back of the handout (in a 2” x 2” space).
    6. Send report to the Conservancy on results by August 16.
    7. Send tax-deductible donation to the Conservancy by August 30.

     

    Participating businesses may also promote the August 9 – Shop Leelanau, Save Leelanau 1% day in their own marketing materials.  Please let us know!

     

     

     

    PARTICIPATION FORM:  Shop Leelanau, Save Leelanau – Saturday, August 9

     

    Business name: _______________________________________________________

     

    Business phone & address: _______________________________________________

     

    Website if applicable: _________________________________________________________

     

    Type of business: ____________________________________________________________

     

    Name of contact person: ______________________________________________________

     

    Contact’s email & phone number: ________________________________________________

     

     

    Thank you!  Please send form to Leslee Spraggins, [email protected]

    105 N. First Street, P.O. Box 1007, Leland, MI  49654.  Call with questions: 231-256-9665

     

    Learn more about the Leelanau Conservancy at www.leelanauconservancy.org

  18. “Talk About Art” series with Jesse Hickman

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    “Talk About Art” is a series of conversational interviews with local and regional artists; and take place monthly, from January through April.

    About the artist:

    Jesse Hickman, a Northport resident, depicts boats, fish and the water through mixed media, 3-D constructions, painting and pencil sketches. He translates his ideas into wry, whimsical work using recycled and unconventional materials, including tar, found wood, burned sticks, crushed cans and rusted metals. During the course of his nearly 40-year career, Hickman has exhibited in more than 70 solo and group exhibitions. His work is also found in national art and craft museums.

    For more information, please call the GAAA, (231) 334-6112

  19. Free Ice Skating all Winter

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    Thanks to the efforts of a group of local businesses and committed individuals, this year we are excited to have a public ice rink located in Glen Arbor Township Park!

    Ice skating is free and open to the public as long as weather conditions allow.  Ice skate and hockey stick/puck rentals are available all season at The Cyclery in Glen Arbor, located within the Crystal River Outfitters Recreation District on M-22.

    Be sure to come visit us during Valentine's Day weekend, as the Chamber hosts their annual Glen Arbor Winterfest.  Enjoy a weekend of winter festivities including a chili cookoff (on the deck of Boonedocks), perch fishing contest on Big and Little Glen, as well as ice skating any time!  Click here for more Winterfest info.

     

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