Emergency Fund Concert, freewill offerings accepted. Donation used to assist people in our community who have fallen upon hard times.
Outdoor Gallery Panel Auction Auction is April 26 - 28, 2022: All five panels from the Glen Arbor Arts Center’s 2021 Outdoor Gallery exhibition will be available for acquisition. The GAAC is holding an online auction April 26-28, 2022. The 5-foot square artworks are reproductions of original, acrylic paintings by Traverse City artist Pam Spicer,
Glen Lake Restaurant Week offers an array of dining options “from French Fries to French Cuisine.” Friday, April 29th – Saturday, May 7th, 2022 Don't miss enjoying special menus offered by participating restaurants during this delicious annual event scheduled for Friday April 29th - Saturday, May 7th, 2022. Each establishment will offer a mouthwatering prix-fixe
The Leelanau County Historic Preservation Society will relate the history of the iconic Poor Farm, located just west of Maple City. The farm was established by Leelanau County in 1908, as a means of providing housing and meaningful employment to impoverished area residents. After the farm ceased operations, the property fell into disrepair, with only
The Glen Arbor Players, a reader’s theater troupe will be holding auditions for “The Importance of Being Earnest” on Wednesday May 4th at the Glen Lake Church starting at 7pm. The play is one of the top five in popularity in the history of US theater and has been widely acclaimed on several continents. The
Parallel 45 Theatre and Glen Arbor Arts Center present “Lungs,” a staged reading about life, love, hope and change at the GAAC on May 6, 6 pm. “Lungs” is a smart, funny drama that follows a couple through the surprising lifecycle of their relationship. They grapple with questions of parenthood, betrayal, happenstance, and the terrible pain
Members of local businesses and organizations are invited to connect with the Glen Lake Chamber in a social hour from 5-7pm. From learning about business updates and meeting new people, Chamber Connect is a chance to cultivate conversations and support each other. Free to attend. Open to Chamber and Non-Chamber members. Already a member? You're
The Glen Arbor Arts Center’s 2022 Suzanne Wilson Artist-in-Residence program begins May 1 with the arrival of writer David LeGault. A resident of Westland, Michigan, LeGault will work on and revise a collection of essays on the subject of board games, and the history of games. Each of the GAAC’s residents offer a conversational presentation