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  1. Running Bear Run/Walk 2019

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    The 13th Annual Glen Arbor Women’s Club Running Bear 5K Walk/Run and 1/2 Mile Kid’s Run is going to be on Tuesday, July 23, 2019.  9:00 am at Cherry Republic Glen Arbor.  $18/$20 day of race $5 Kids.   More info:  www.runningbearrun.com
  2. 48th Annual Glen Arbor Art Fair

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    48th Annual Glen Lake Woman’s Club Art Fair

    Wednesday, July 17, 10 am to 4 pm, outside at the Glen Arbor Township Hall.

    The Glen Lake Woman’s Club Art Fair hosts 100 artists carefully selected to represent up-north, one-of-a kind art pieces for sale at the Glen Arbor Township Hall. The juried Art Fair features pottery, painting, textiles, woodworking, and jewelry, as well as face painting, a raffle, and a bake sale. Lunch is available for purchase on site including the popular walking tacos and cherry chicken salad. Admission is free.

    Each year, thousands of people shop for that unique piece of art, either for themselves or for a special gift.

    All proceeds support the Glen Lake student scholarship program. Since 1980, $228,060 has been awarded to 161 students with both 1 and 2-year scholarships.

  3. 4th of July Parade in Glen Arbor

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    Head on down to Glen Arbor and shop/dine – most places are open for at least half the day for visitors. Grab a spot and enjoy the big 4th of July Parade downtown Glen Arbor, beginning at 12pm. The parade leaves from Glen Haven making its way through to the North/East end of town. This years parade Marshal is ____TBD____

    If you’re a boater, you can join in on the boat parade 4th of July evening on the Glen Lake beginning at 4pm in front of the Yacht Club.

    Participate…

    Everyone is welcome and “anything goes!” 

    Want to participate in the parade? Cyclists (kids and families) and Walkers can join in the parade starting at the Christian Science Church. Cars and Floats participating in the parade, please meet at Glen Haven to line up 45 min prior to the parade start time. The parade begins at Noon. 

    Want a front row seat? Volunteer! We always need as many parade volunteers as possible. Bring your own broom to help walk with the parade and sweep the candy back towards the crowd, to keep kids off the street and safe.

    Enjoy the area.

    Most shops and restaurants are open part of the day for you! Please make sure to come to town early to park and enjoy shopping the lovely retailers and art galleries. Whether you’ll end up back where you’re staying or head back home, there’s a beach or lake or trail for you to enjoy some outdoor recreation the remainder of the holiday.

     

    >>Flag Raising Ceremony | Old Settlers Park @ 10am 

    >>Boat Parade | On the Glen Lakes @4pm

  4. Summer Preview Party

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    First Annual Locals Summer Preview Party from 4-7 pm on Wednesday, June 12th, 2019. Open to the public, all are welcome!

    Kick off the summer season by joining your friends and neighbors to browse and shop Glen Arbor’s offerings and new goods. Participating businesses may offer giveaways and refreshments, making it a worthwhile evening! 

    If you’d like your store to participate from 4-7 pm on June 12 and offer a fun evening for our visitors with giveaways, snacks/beverages, discounts or whatever you choose, please email Katy Wiesen at [email protected] by May 12.

    The GL Chamber will do limited marketing so please spread the word by sharing this event through your own marketing efforts and on social media!

  5. Crystal River Cleanup

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    The river cleanup of the Crystal River is coming up on June 4 at 9:30. We will gather at the Crystal River Outfitters on 22 at 6249 River Rd, Glen Arbor, 49636.

    There will be a signup table identifying the meeting place for the event. If you need equipment to participate, the “Crystal River Outfitters” will provide Kayaks or whatever is needed.

    We have scheduled a number of presenters for the event. The Park Rangers, a Forestry Specialist, a  “Friends” Representative, and a pair of River Cleanup Specialists (Gerald and Sue Wilgus) will all speak and then the Cleanup will begin.

    Friends of Sleeping Bear Dunes 
    E-mail: [email protected]friendsofsleepingbear.org
    https://friendsofsleepingbear.org

     

  6. Spring Chamber Dinner

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    Please join your business community for our annual Spring Member Dinner Meeting to be held Tuesday, May 14th, 2019 at LaBecasse. 

    Greetings & Cocktail hour begin at 5:30pm with Dinner meeting to start at 6pm.

    If possible, please RSVP to Brook [email protected] by May 1st.

  7. Glen Lake Restaurant Week 2019

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    Offering an array of dining options “from French Fries to French Cuisine.”

    Don’t miss the 5th annual foodie event happening in Leelanau County.

    Friday, April 26 – Saturday, May 4, 2019

    Throughout the week around Glen Arbor, book a time to dine at each restaurant on the list for a unique and mouthwatering experience.

    Participating establishments will offer their own appetizing (3 course) prix-fixe menus from $25-$35. Some establishments may be offering lunch specials as well.* To participate in the event, simply contact each establishment (listed with menu’s and locations info below) to make your reservation. No tickets. Open to the Public. 

    For Event updates, photos and offerings – Like + Follow the Facebook page: Eat Glen Arbor

     

    Restaurants*

    Art’s Tavern • MENU • (231)334-3754 • 6487 Western Ave, Glen Arbor, MI
     
    Blu MENU • (231)334-2530 • 5705 S Lake St, Glen Arbor, MI
     
    Broomstack Kitchen & TaphouseMENU • (231)228-8869 • 172 W Burdickville Rd, Maple City, MI
     
    Cherry Public HouseMENU • (231) 226-3033 • 6026-B, 5109, S Lake St, Glen Arbor, MI 
     
    Funistrada • MENU • (231)334-3900 • 4566 W MacFarlane Rd, Maple City, MI 49664
     
    Glen Arbor WinesMENU • (231)835-2196) • 5873 S. Lake St, Glen Arbor, MI 
     
    The Manor on Glen LakeMENU • (231)334-0150 • 7345 W. Glenmere Rd, Empire, MI
     
    Nonna’s at the Homestead • MENU • (231)334-5000 • 1 Woodridge Rd, Glen Arbor, MI
     
    La Bécasse• MENU • (231)334-3944 • 9001 S Dunns Farm Rd, Maple City, MI
     
    Western Avenue GrillMENU • (231) 334-3362 • 6410 Western Ave, Glen Arbor, MI
     

    *Reservations with each purveyor are recommended for dining during this event. 

     

    Sponsors

    Thank you Sponsors for helping make the marketing of this delicious event possible! The Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce is a 501c organization. Email us if you are interested in supporting this Event or the Chamber and it’s mission. 

      

    Gordon Food ServiceThe Homestead ResortVisit Up North Vacation RentalsSuperior Foods

  8. Little Artists: April 26

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    Parents and Caregivers are invited to “Little Artists,” a program designed towards pre-school age children and includes interactive, process-based projects that nurture natural creativity. Each session is hosted at the Glen Arbor Arts Center and includes a story, snack, multiple stations to explore and features a unique interactive, hands-on project. Instructor Michelle Aucello guides parents and children to work together to to create an amazing seasonally inspired or holiday themed project to take-home each session.  Each class is 90 minutes on select Friday mornings, which also includes a small snack.

    “Little Artists” is a drop-in program is $15 per child/adult, and $5 for any additional children. Non-participating infants less than 1 year are welcome at no charge. For additional information, please call the GAAC at 231/334-6112


    Michelle Aucello is an educator with 26 years of experience. Michelle taught first and second grade in Honolulu, Hawaii for 13 years as well as classes on Early Literacy at the University of Hawaii. Michele also worked with Honolulu Family Magazine as a contributor, blogging about food and crafts and providing educational tips for parents. In 2017 Michelle successfully developed a new program for the GAAC called Little Artists which explores creative projects for preschool children and their parents/caregivers.

     
  9. Little Artists: April 12

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    Parents and Caregivers are invited to “Little Artists,” a program designed towards pre-school age children and includes interactive, process-based projects that nurture natural creativity. Each session is hosted at the Glen Arbor Arts Center and includes a story, snack, multiple stations to explore and features a unique interactive, hands-on project. Instructor Michelle Aucello guides parents and children to work together to to create an amazing seasonally inspired or holiday themed project to take-home each session.  Each class is 90 minutes on select Friday mornings, which also includes a small snack.

    “Little Artists” is a drop-in program is $15 per child/adult, and $5 for any additional children. Non-participating infants less than 1 year are welcome at no charge. For additional information, please call the GAAC at 231/334-6112


    Michelle Aucello is an educator with 26 years of experience. Michelle taught first and second grade in Honolulu, Hawaii for 13 years as well as classes on Early Literacy at the University of Hawaii. Michele also worked with Honolulu Family Magazine as a contributor, blogging about food and crafts and providing educational tips for parents. In 2017 Michelle successfully developed a new program for the GAAC called Little Artists which explores creative projects for preschool children and their parents/caregivers.

     
  10. DH Day Campground: Sleeping Bear Dunes makes changes to improve

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    Camping reservations at D. H. Day Campground in Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore open up on Monday, April 1, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. Also on Monday morning, additional campsites at Platte River Campground will open for reservation, including all campsites in loop 2, additional campsites in loop 4, and walk-to sites. All reservations must be made online at www.recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777

    The decision to convert 100% of campsites at D. H. Day and Platte River Campgrounds to reservation was announced by Superintendent Scott Tucker more than a year ago. The change will address the overnight waiting lines that typically crowded the campground entrances each night during the summer and will allow visitors to better plan their camping stays at the National Lakeshore.

    Campers should also note that reservations will be accepted right up to the day-of-camping (same day reservations), so the opportunity to obtain last minute campsites will still be available.

    Camping reservations will be required for arrival dates of May 1 through October 14. Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, campers are limited to 14 nights in a specific campground.

    For more in-depth information about the National Lakeshore, please go to www.nps.gov/slbe. Also, check out their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/sbdnl, Twitter site at www.twitter.com/sleepingbearnps, and Instagram at www.instagram.com/sleepingbearnps.

    www.nps.gov/slbe

    About the National Park Service: More than 20,000 National Park Service employees care for America’s 419 national parks and work with communities across the nation to help preserve local history and create close-to-home recreational opportunities. Visit the National Park Service at www.nps.gov, on Facebook at www.facebook.com/nationalparkservice, Twitter at www.twitter.com/natlparkservice, and YouTube at www.youtube.com/nationalparkservice

    campsite photo from leelanau.com

  11. Little Artists: March 15

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    Parents and Caregivers are invited to “Little Artists,” a program designed towards pre-school age children and includes interactive, process-based projects that nurture natural creativity. Each session is hosted at the Glen Arbor Arts Center and includes a story, snack, multiple stations to explore and features a unique interactive, hands-on project. Instructor Michelle Aucello guides parents and children to work together to to create an amazing seasonally inspired or holiday themed project to take-home each session.  Each class is 90 minutes on select Friday mornings, which also includes a small snack.

    “Little Artists” is a drop-in program is $15 per child/adult, and $5 for any additional children. Non-participating infants less than 1 year are welcome at no charge. For additional information, please call the GAAC at 231/334-6112


    Michelle Aucello is an educator with 26 years of experience. Michelle taught first and second grade in Honolulu, Hawaii for 13 years as well as classes on Early Literacy at the University of Hawaii. Michele also worked with Honolulu Family Magazine as a contributor, blogging about food and crafts and providing educational tips for parents. In 2017 Michelle successfully developed a new program for the GAAC called Little Artists which explores creative projects for preschool children and their parents/caregivers.

     
  12. Little Artists: March 1

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    Parents and Caregivers are invited to “Little Artists,” a program designed towards pre-school age children and includes interactive, process-based projects that nurture natural creativity. Each session is hosted at the Glen Arbor Arts Center and includes a story, snack, multiple stations to explore and features a unique interactive, hands-on project. Instructor Michelle Aucello guides parents and children to work together to to create an amazing seasonally inspired or holiday themed project to take-home each session.  Each class is 90 minutes on select Friday mornings, which also includes a small snack.

    “Little Artists” is a drop-in program is $15 per child/adult, and $5 for any additional children. Non-participating infants less than 1 year are welcome at no charge. For additional information, please call the GAAC at 231/334-6112


    Michelle Aucello is an educator with 26 years of experience. Michelle taught first and second grade in Honolulu, Hawaii for 13 years as well as classes on Early Literacy at the University of Hawaii. Michele also worked with Honolulu Family Magazine as a contributor, blogging about food and crafts and providing educational tips for parents. In 2017 Michelle successfully developed a new program for the GAAC called Little Artists which explores creative projects for preschool children and their parents/caregivers.

     
  13. Little Artists: Feb 22

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    Parents and Caregivers are invited to “Little Artists,” a program designed towards pre-school age children and includes interactive, process-based projects that nurture natural creativity. Each session is hosted at the Glen Arbor Arts Center and includes a story, snack, multiple stations to explore and features a unique interactive, hands-on project. Instructor Michelle Aucello guides parents and children to work together to to create an amazing seasonally inspired or holiday themed project to take-home each session.  Each class is 90 minutes on select Friday mornings, which also includes a small snack.

    “Little Artists” is a drop-in program is $15 per child/adult, and $5 for any additional children. Non-participating infants less than 1 year are welcome at no charge. For additional information, please call the GAAC at 231/334-6112


    Michelle Aucello is an educator with 26 years of experience. Michelle taught first and second grade in Honolulu, Hawaii for 13 years as well as classes on Early Literacy at the University of Hawaii. Michele also worked with Honolulu Family Magazine as a contributor, blogging about food and crafts and providing educational tips for parents. In 2017 Michelle successfully developed a new program for the GAAC called Little Artists which explores creative projects for preschool children and their parents/caregivers.

     
  14. Wintefest Contest Results

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    It was another great year this 2019 president’s day weekend to be up north and out and about in Glen Arbor. We had fun seeing our friends and neighbors and visitors too, great shopping deals and fun to be had at local watering holes. Despite the cold, the sun came out and we enjoyed getting outside, on the ice or grabbing some skis or snowshoes and hitting the hill or trails.

    Perch Fishing Contest

    The Glen Lake Perch Fishing contest, organized by The Sportsman Shop drew over 100 entries this year. The results from the contest are as follows:

    1st Place: Matt Rice biggest catch was 13.75″ 

    2nd place tied: Nick Rice with 13.5″ catch

    2nd place tied: Bill Bailey with a catch of 13.5″

    3rd place to Tera Novak with a 13.25″ catch

    Chili Cook-Off

    We gathered inside and out on the deck of Boonedocks to enjoy a taste of locally made chili. Thank you to all who participated ~ we appreciate your delicious efforts!
    1. Pleva’s Meats
    2. Boonedocks
    3. Art’s Tavern Glen Arbor
    4. Anderson’s Glen Arbor Market
    5. Bear Paw

  15. Glen Lake Winterfest 2019

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    Join us for the annual Glen Lake Winterfest, Presidents Day Weekend: Saturday, February 16th, 2019! 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 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.PDF

     

    Chili Cook-off

    Organized by Administered by Glen Lake Schools, the Chili Cook-off, kicks off at 12 Noon, hosted 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 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! 

    DOWNLOAD: 2019 Chili Cook-off Entry Form.PDF

    2017 Glen Lake Winterfest results and photo gallery

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

    Proceeds from this event are given to the 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.

     

    Facebook

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

     

    Sponsors

    This is community event generously organized and funded by: 

    Art’s Tavern

    Boonedocks Glen Arbor

    The Sportsman Shop

     

    RESULTS

    Thank you to all who participated. We appreciate your delicious efforts! It was another great event. The voters have spoken and the 2019 Winterfest Chili Cook-Off bragging rights go to the following: 
     
    1. Pleva’s Meats
    2. Boonedocks
    3. Art’s Tavern Glen Arbor
    4. Anderson’s Glen Arbor Market
    5. Bear Paw
     
    Perch Fishing Contest results: 
    1st Place: Matt Rice with a 13.75″ 
    2nd place tied: Nick Rice with 13.5″ catch
    2nd place tied: Bill Bailey with a catch of 13.5″
    3rd place to Tera Novak with a 13.25″ catch
     
  16. Little Artists: Feb 8

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    Parents and Caregivers are invited to “Little Artists,” a program designed towards pre-school age children and includes interactive, process-based projects that nurture natural creativity. Each session is hosted at the Glen Arbor Arts Center and includes a story, snack, multiple stations to explore and features a unique interactive, hands-on project. Instructor Michelle Aucello guides parents and children to work together to to create an amazing seasonally inspired or holiday themed project to take-home each session.  Each class is 90 minutes on select Friday mornings, which also includes a small snack.

    “Little Artists” is a drop-in program is $15 per child/adult, and $5 for any additional children. Non-participating infants less than 1 year are welcome at no charge. For additional information, please call the GAAC at 231/334-6112


    Michelle Aucello is an educator with 26 years of experience. Michelle taught first and second grade in Honolulu, Hawaii for 13 years as well as classes on Early Literacy at the University of Hawaii. Michele also worked with Honolulu Family Magazine as a contributor, blogging about food and crafts and providing educational tips for parents. In 2017 Michelle successfully developed a new program for the GAAC called Little Artists which explores creative projects for preschool children and their parents/caregivers.

     
  17. Little Artists: Jan 25

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    Parents and Caregivers are invited to “Little Artists,” a program designed towards pre-school age children and includes interactive, process-based projects that nurture natural creativity. Each session is hosted at the Glen Arbor Arts Center and includes a story, snack, multiple stations to explore and features a unique interactive, hands-on project. Instructor Michelle Aucello guides parents and children to work together to to create an amazing seasonally inspired or holiday themed project to take-home each session.  Each class is 90 minutes on select Friday mornings, which also includes a small snack.

    “Little Artists” is a drop-in program is $15 per child/adult, and $5 for any additional children. Non-participating infants less than 1 year are welcome at no charge. For additional information, please call the GAAC at 231/334-6112


    Michelle Aucello is an educator with 26 years of experience. Michelle taught first and second grade in Honolulu, Hawaii for 13 years as well as classes on Early Literacy at the University of Hawaii. Michele also worked with Honolulu Family Magazine as a contributor, blogging about food and crafts and providing educational tips for parents. In 2017 Michelle successfully developed a new program for the GAAC called Little Artists which explores creative projects for preschool children and their parents/caregivers.

     
  18. Shop & Sweets Sunday

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    The Inaugural Shop & Sweets Sunday to take place Sunday, Dec. 23rd, from 11 am – 3 pm in Glen Arbor.

    Introducing a new event to bring some extra holiday cheer to Glen Arbor during the final shopping days of the holiday season. Do some last minute shopping throughout town and find some sweet entertainment for young ones! From 11-3 on Sunday, Dec. 23 participating businesses will have family & kid-friendly activities like: Cookie Decorating, Hot Cocoa, Smore’s and other sweets to share with shoppers. 

    Participating Businesses include: 

    •Cottage Book Shop, •M22 Glen Arbor, •Coastal, •Art’s Tavern, •Cherry Republic, •The Sportsman Shop, •Riverfront Pizza & Specialties, •Glen Arbor Wines, •Becky Thatcher Designs

    Event on Facebook


    If your business would like to participate, please email [email protected] by December 10th to be included the promoting of this event. 

  19. Christmas Miracle Mile – Ugly Sweater 5k

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    Cherry Republic of Glen Arbor introduces the “Christmas Miracle Mile – an Ugly Sweater dash” on Saturday, Dec 22nd starting at 11am.

    Run half a mile and back, drink some cocoa or a craft beer then take off for another lap!

    Fun for the whole family, $20 Adults, $10 for kids to participate, ages 12 and under FREE. 

    Prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finishers including Cherry Republic swag, race drink and a $10 Public House voucher. 

    Run Sign up here

  20. Girl’s Night Out: Glen Arbor

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    NEW event this December, participating businesses are staying open later for “Glen Arbor Girl’s Night Out” on Thursday, Dec 13, from 4 – 7:30 pm. Each will offer their own discounts/specials, drinks, treats and giveaways!

    Participating businesses include:

    •Northwoods Home and Gift, •The Cottage Book Shop, •M22 Glen Arbor, •Coastal, •Glen Arbor Wines

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    Interested?

    Email [email protected] to have your business included the promoting this new event.

  21. Winter Songs and Carols

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    Manitou Winds celebrates the coming season with a concert of “Winter Songs & Carols,” December 7, 7:30 pm at The Leelanau School, 1 Old Homestead Road, Glen Arbor. An evening intertwining chamber music with song and spoken word, the annual concert is sponsored by the Glen Arbor Arts Center. It’s open to the public without charge.

    The ancient Celts divided the year into a light half (May-September) and a dark half (November- April), seeing the dark half as the beginning. Inspired by this traditional view of the seasons, Manitou Winds created a program of music exploring winter as a beginning rather than an end. The eclectic program will contain both traditional music and original compositions performed on colorful combinations of instruments, reflecting a sense of optimism for what lies ahead in the New Year. 

    Founded in 2014, Manitou Winds is a versatile chamber ensemble comprised of five musicians who perform on many different instruments throughout their programs. In this December concert, Emily Curtin Culler, soprano, and Jan Ross, narrator, join the quintet. For more information please go to GlenArborArt.org, and click on EVENTS. No reservations required.

  22. Glen Arbor Holiday Marketplace

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    Shop an amazing breadth of handcrafted, locally made goods from 30+ Artisans during the Glen Arbor Holiday Marketplace

    Saturday, November 24th 2018 from 10am – 3:30pm at the Glen Arbor Township Hall.

    Event on Facebook

     

    Also featuring a variety of beautiful Holiday Greenery for sale!!!

    Meet Santa & Mrs. Claus from 11am-1:30pm. They will be at the Glen Arbor Holiday Market with some little toys and goodies! Bring the kids and your own camera for some great photo opportunities and fun.

    NEW this year: 

    During the event, visit and shop additional artists located at these nearby locations:

    • M22 Glen Arbor, • Northwoods Home & Gift and • Art’s Tavern Annex. 

     

    Questions? Artisans/Vendors may contact Patricia, our event organizer, at: [email protected] / 847.570.4891

    Open to the public. No admission fee.


    > Don’t Miss the Holiday Marketplace Preview Party on Friday the 23rd with Tree Lighting and Caroling from 6:15-8pm


    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!


    PDF Poster 

  23. Holiday Marketplace Preview Party

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    Friday November 23rd, 2018

    Tree Lighting & Caroling | 6:15pm | Event on Facebook 

    Holiday Market Preview Party | 6:30-8pm | Event on Facebook 

    at the Glen Arbor Township Hall

    Glen Arbor’s Annual Tree Lighting, (located outside in front of the Glen Arbor Town Hall), happens promptly at 6:15pm. NEW this year, we’ll have professionally led Caroloing as well. Bundle up and bring the family out for some holiday cheer, with donuts provided by Art’s Tavern.

    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 6:30-8pm

    A variety of lovely Holiday Greenery is also for sale at this event.

    No admission fee, Open to the Public.


    > Plus, Shop the Holiday Marketplace on Saturday from 10am-3:30pm

    #eatlocal #shopsmall #HolidayMarket #theholidays #thingstodo #familyfriendly #Christmastime #Leelanau #winter #caroling #treelighting #glenarbor

  24. Bed Parade

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    NEW! This will be the 2nd annual “Glen Arbor Bed Parade” for those who’d rather sleep in on Black Friday but do something fun Thanksgiving weekend.

    Before and After the “Bed Parade” you may shop local retailers and dine at local eateries in and around Glen Arbor, MI.

    Open to the public, any individual or business may participate in this event. Decorate a bed and wheel it out! Home Made Jam Bars by Art’s Tavern and Prizes will be awarded to participants! 

    Questions? Contact Organizers/Sponsors: Becky and Cookie Thatcher. Email: [email protected] or 314-422-5252

    Event on Facebook


    Marketing for this event provided in part by the Glen Lake Chamber. 

  25. PJ Party ~ Better than Black Friday Shopping in Glen Arbor

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    Shop the “PJ Party” in Glen Arbor for a “Better than Black Friday” experience.

    Friday, November 23rd at a NEW time this year from: 6:30-9am*

    Participating retailers offer specials during the event hours on Friday, November 23rd, from 6:30-9am. Come out to shop dressed comfy and festive in your PJ’s! Following the event, plan to grab a warm drink and a bite to eat too!

    *Must visit participating businesses in Glen Arbor: 

    • Art’s Tavern

    • Becky Thatcher’s “Pop-Up” Shop, located at the corner of Lake St & M-22 (Western Ave)

    • Coastal

    • Cottage Book Shop

    • Cherry Republic 

    • Glen Arbor Wines

    • M22 Glen Arbor

    • Northwoods Home & Gift

    • Northwoods Hardware | Home & Garden

    • The Sportsman Shop

     

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  26. “Talk About Art” What is an artist’s residency?

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    The GAAC AIR Collection exhibition also includes two related programs: Friday, November 9: Glen Arbor painter Harvey Gordon, a past chairperson of the AIR
    Committee, offers “A Radical Perspective of Art,” a Brown Bag art history presentation at 12 noon. This event is free and open to the public.

    Sunday, November 11: What is an artist’s residency? A panel of working artists who have all enjoyed artists’  residencies — Margo Burian, Lori Feldpausch and Joan Richmond — talk about how an artist’s residency figures into a studio practice. Presented as part of the “Talk About Art” series. 2 pm in the GAAC gallery. No charge.

    The Glen Arbor Arts Center spotlights its permanent collection of works by more than 40 artists who have enjoyed a two-week residency in the GAAC’s Artist-in-Residence [AIR] program. The exhibition runs November 9 – December 21 at the GAAC, 6031 S. Lake St., Glen Arbor.

    Artists who enjoy a residency in the AIR program often make a gift of work to the GAAC at the end of their stay. It is a practice that was initiated more than a decade ago, and has allowed the GAAC to build a permanent collection and a record of AIRs’ work. This program of artists’ residencies began in the 1990s at the initiation of the late Suzanne Wilson, one of the GAAC’s
    founders. Wilson handpicked visual artists for the program, and found area friends to house them. Today, a committee of seven volunteers administer the program. The GAAC offers seven residencies each year from May to October. A selection of work by Suzanne Wilson will also be part of this exhibition.

    For more information about these activities, go to GlenArborArt and click on EVENTS. In November and December, the GAAC is open Monday through Friday 9 am – 3:30 pm, and noon
    – 4 pm on Sundays.

  27. “A Radical Perspective of Art,” a Brown Bag art history presentation

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    The GAAC AIR Collection exhibition also includes two related programs: Friday, November 9: Glen Arbor painter Harvey Gordon, a past chairperson of the AIR
    Committee, offers “A Radical Perspective of Art,” a Brown Bag art history presentation at 12 noon. This event is free and open to the public.

    Sunday, November 11: What is an artist’s residency? A panel of working artists who have all enjoyed artists’  residencies — Margo Burian, Lori Feldpausch and Joan Richmond — talk about how an artist’s residency figures into a studio practice. Presented as part of the “Talk About Art” series. 2 pm in the GAAC gallery. No charge.

    The Glen Arbor Arts Center spotlights its permanent collection of works by more than 40 artists who have enjoyed a two-week residency in the GAAC’s Artist-in-Residence [AIR] program. The exhibition runs November 9 – December 21 at the GAAC, 6031 S. Lake St., Glen Arbor.

    Artists who enjoy a residency in the AIR program often make a gift of work to the GAAC at the end of their stay. It is a practice that was initiated more than a decade ago, and has allowed the GAAC to build a permanent collection and a record of AIRs’ work. This program of artists’ residencies began in the 1990s at the initiation of the late Suzanne Wilson, one of the GAAC’s
    founders. Wilson handpicked visual artists for the program, and found area friends to house them. Today, a committee of seven volunteers administer the program. The GAAC offers seven residencies each year from May to October. A selection of work by Suzanne Wilson will also be part of this exhibition.

    For more information about these activities, go to GlenArborArt and click on EVENTS. In November and December, the GAAC is open Monday through Friday 9 am – 3:30 pm, and noon
    – 4 pm on Sundays.

  28. Visit Glen Arbor for the Holidays

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    With some fun new things and others annually anticipated, Glen Arbor invites you to shop local for the Holidays.

    Shop the “PJ Party” in Glen Arbor for a “Better than Black Friday” experience. Participating retailers offer specials during the event hours on Friday, November 23rd, from 6:30-9am. Come out to shop dressed comfy and festive in your PJ’s! Following the event, plan to grab a warm drink and a bite to eat too!

    In the spirit of sleeping in, local business owners and residents, Becky Thatcher and Cookie Thatcher started a NEWBed Parade” to commence at 9am. Beds are festively decorated by businesses or residents and “wheeled through town.” Stick around to shop retailers afterwards during normal business hours. Anyone can join in, contact Becky to participate at: [email protected] Snacks by Art’s Tavern and Prizes will be awarded to participants! 

    Friday evening, gather at the Glen Arbor Township Hall for Tree Lighting & Caroling at 6:15 with donuts and cider provided by Art’s Tavern. Be the first to shop the Holiday Marketplace inside to follow, from 6:30-8pm during the “Preview Party.”

    Saturday, November 24th is the annual Glen Arbor Holiday Marketplace from 10am to 3:30pm. The event includes an amazing breadth of handcrafted, locally made goods from 30+ Artisans. Each year it seems to get better than the last! Homemade luncheon provided by Riverfront Pizza & Specialties for purchase. Bring your camera and the kids to Meet Santa & Mrs. Claus from 11am-1:30pm.

    NEW this year, during the Holiday Marketplace, additional artists will be featured inside at select nearby locations: • M22 Glen Arbor, • Art’s Tavern Annex, and • Northwoods Home & Gift.

    All events are open to the Public, No Admission Fee.

     

    Check out our Event Calendar, here

     

    You may also find the Events on Facebook to learn more and share. 

     

    Don’t forget, it’s Small Business Saturday, where participating retailers via American Express, offer a discount for shoppers.

    #shopsmall #SmallBusinessSaturday #SmallBizSat

     

  29. Trick or Treat in Glen Arbor

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    Join the Glen Arbor community, for a fun Sunday afternoon of Trick or Treating! Dress up in your Halloween finest and bring your family, friends and neighbors for treats from all participating businesses. This is a wonderful, walkable event, open to the public, and free for all to enjoy!

    Sunday October 28th, 2018

    12-3pm

    Beyond trick or treating, it’s a great time of year to shop off-season sales, see the end of fall colors, get some locally-sourced gifts for the Holidays and dine at a variety of eateries.

    Enjoy plenty of family-friendly recreation from a simple hike in the National Park, take a bike ride on the new section of the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail, play at the Glen Arbor community park, or take a relaxing scenic drive.

    Event on Facebook

  30. Cottonseed Apparel – 50% Off Everything

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    “Play nice girls!”  Shop the end of season sale we all look forward to!

    Cottonseed Apparel in Glen Arbor Saturday, Oct 27 – Saturday, Nov 3

    50% off of everything!

    Store Open 10am – 6pm daily. 

    cottonseedapparel.com

  31. Glen Arbor Pumpkin Fest

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    Glen Arbor Pumpkin Festival

    Join the the community for a fun, family friendly celebration of fall. 

    Saturday, October 20th, 2018 | 12 – 3pm

    > Click for this year’s EVENT PHOTO ALBUM

    Festivities include:

    Costume Parade, Pie Eating Contest, Pumpkin Carving, Kid friendly activities like Face Painting and Fun Games! There will be a food, a Live Music Performance and NEW this year, Lord of the Gourd will be doing a demonstration! Pumpkin Fest will be held at the newly renovated Glen Arbor Township Park (located at the corner of  M-22 & State Street).

    Event Schedule: 

    12:00 – Festival Opens: •Games, •Pumpkin Carving, •Face Painting by Painted Lady Face Art, •Smock’s Craft Tables

    12-2 – Lord of the Gourd Demonstrations

    12-3 – Music provided by DJ Miles Pendergast

    12:30 – Costume Parade for children with prizes given to winners in a range of categories

    1:00 – Pet Parade

    1:30 – Cake Walk

    2:00 – Pie Eating Contest

    3:00 – Games & Pumpkin Carving End

    6:00 – Carved Pumpkins displayed on Town Park walls and lit for an artistic spectacle. 

    Please return Saturday evening or early on Sunday to pickup your pumpkin(s).

    Open to the public. $5 Donation suggested to participate in Activities, ages 3 and under Free.

    Rain Plan: If it’s raining or inclement weather, we will host Pumpkin Fest at the Glen Arbor Town Hall instead of the Town Park. 

    > Event on Facebook

    Celebrating one of our favorite season’s in the county, Expect peak colors for fall color tours, shopping & dining in and around Glen Arbor. 


    Volunteers & Sponsors!

    Please contact our event organizer, Patricia at: [email protected] if you are interested in volunteering in the planning or at the event. 

    Sponsors get publicized in event posts online, called out in Social Media posts, listed in the Press Release, Event Program. Names will also be seen on event signage. 

    Sponsors ~ Thank You

    Presented by the Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce, this event was made possible by:

    Glen Arbor Bed & Breakfast & Cottages  •Crystal River Outfitters Recreational District  •The HomesteadCherry RepublicLeelanau Vacation Rentals •Momentum •Cottage Book ShopArt’s TavernNorthwoods Hardware •Quick Storage •Serbin Real Estate

    Century 21/Northland Vacation RentalsLeelanau Coffee RoastingDevette & Ford Insurance AgencyRiverfront Deli, Pizza & Specialties

    Thank You to all of this year’s volunteers! 

     

  32. agriCULTURE: Barnyards and Farmscapes

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    The Glen Arbor Arts Center presents agriCULTURE: Barnyards and Farmscapes, a juried exhibition exploring the interconnections of food, farming and community through the lenses
    of art, architecture, film, history and theater. agriCULTURE opens Friday, September 14 with a reception from 6 – 8 pm. The show runs through November 1.

    agriCULTURE zeros in on the lore and culture of barnyards and farmstead life. Through a series of companion programs, the exhibition acts as a springboard for explorations of the historic role of barns in the region, how agriculture defines the region’s character, what are examples of some current small farm practices. agriCULTURE is supported in part by the Michigan Humanities Council and the National Endowment for the Humanities.

    More details about agriCULTURE’s programs and event can be found at GlenArborArt.org. Click on “Events.” The GAAC is located at 6031 S. Lake St., Glen Arbor.

  33. Fall Fiber Show | Center Gallery in Glen Arbor

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    Center Gallery exhibits the fiber constructions of three Northern Michigan artists in its final 2018 exhibition. The work of Midge Obata, Holly Sorensen and Elizabeth Rodgers Hill opens with a reception on Friday, September 14, 6 pm – sundown, and runs through Sunday, October 7 at the Glen Arbor gallery located at 6023 S. Lake St.

    The gallery’s fall show spotlights three contemporary approaches to working with fiber: weaving and hand felting, all of it taken into a sculptural, three-dimensional direction. All three artists approach fiber as a material that can be pushed beyond its conventional and utilitarian uses, into the realm of art object.

    Center Gallery is open daily 11 am – 5 pm. For more information go to www.lakestreetstudiosglenarbor.com, or call 231-334-3179

  34. Find Your Park

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    With more than 400 park sites in the U.S., yours is probably closer than you think. Most Americans have one within 100 miles of their home.

    Today, there are a total of 417 park sites across all 50 states and 5 U.S. territories, including monuments, preserves, lakeshores and seashores.

    That’s 85 million acres of land and waters, 18,000 miles of trails and over 11,000 miles of shoreline to hike, bike, fish, swim or just relax and enjoy the view.

     

    We’re pleased in Leelanau County to call the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore our “Home Park.” With the “Find Your Park” campaign, it’s easier than ever to seek recreation and exploration across the States. 

    For over 50 years, the National Park Foundation, the official charitable partner of the National Park Service, has been protecting and preserving America’s most magnificent and meaningful places for people all over the world to enjoy and experience.

    “National parks should be accessible to all people, so they can relate to them in their own ways. These places offer something for everyone.”

    ~Will Shafroth, President and CEO of the National Park Foundation


    The above text in part from LLBean about the Find Your Park Campaign. 9/5/18 

    Photos courtesy of graphic designer, Raquel Jackson and avid hiker and photographer, Charlotte Davis. ®


    Looking for more? 

    Nestled between Lake Michigan, the National Lakeshore and the Glen Lakes, Glen Arbor is the perfect destination to find your park! Use our site glenlakechamber.com to plan your trip to the Sleeping Bear Dunes.

    Trails & Scenic Outlooks

    Beaches & Boating

    Seasonal Activities

    Kids & Family

    Upcoming Events

    Dining • Shopping • The Arts

    Places to Stay

    To find parks near you, go to findyourpark.com

    To explore the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore online, visit: nps.gov/slbe/index.htm

  35. Labor Day Weekend Sidewalk Sales

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    Come on out to shop, dine and seek some recreation in Leelanau. You won’t want to miss the stellar end-of-summer deals during Sidewalk Sale days in Glen Arbor. Held annually Labor Day weekend, this year it will be Saturday, Sept. 1st through Monday, Sept. 3rd, 2018.*

    Saturday, Sept 1st – Monday, Sept. 3rd 2018

    The town puts on a great shopping experience each year, rain or shine! 

    There’s a few new shops and others that have moved locations in town, so enjoy discovering Glen Arbor in new ways! From gift shops, clothing and gear, to art galleries, home goods, gardening and more – there’s something for everyone. The deals don’t stop outside – there’s always more inside!

    Eat great food around town. 

    It doesn’t end with Art’s and Boonedocks, make your way to other ends of town. You can get something quick like a hot dog, pizza, burger, or something homemade from a deli; get a slice of Italy and France; or get a fine dining experience with a view of Lake Michigan.

    Recreation is at it’s prime right now, with activities for any age. 

    Locals and visitors alike can experience the Natural Beauty that the area has to offer: From Putt Putt Golf in town, to pickin’ up a Paddle board and getting out on the Glen Lakes. Check out the newly remodeled Glen Arbor Township Park for Tennis, Pickle-ball, Basketball and a Playground!  Try a different section of the Heritage Trail to walk, run or bike; Rent a boat or go fishing; Kayak the Crystal river or Lake Michigan, and hike a trail in the National park! 

    *Participating merchants each have their own specials and hours. 

  36. Artist Reception | Royce Deans

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    Traverse City painter Royce Deans exhibits a new body of working that offers a glimpse into his ongoing relationship with the Leelanau landscape August 31 – September 13 at Center Gallery, 6023 S. Lake St., Glen Arbor. An artist’s reception to open the show is Friday, August 31, 6 pm – sundown in the gallery.

    “While my work is based on specific places, I’m more concerned about the essence of the place than I am about being completely representational,” Deans said. “I am nearly always in wonder of the natural world around me. Its beauty and balance gives me peace. Many years ago I was much more interested in pop culture and the things that man has created to make living on this planet easier and to keep us entertained. But these accomplishments of man, which are many and are indeed astounding are ever changing, breaking or going out of style.”

    Center Gallery is open daily 11 am – 5 pm. For more information go to www.lakestreetstudiosglenarbor.com, or call 231-334-3179

  37. GAAC Member’s Art Show 2018

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    An annual tradition returns to the Glen Arbor Arts Center. The GAAC’s 2018 Member Show, a showcase of GAAC members’ talents, opens August 17 with an artists’ reception, 6 – 8 pm at the GAAC, 6031 S. Lake Street, Glen Arbor.

    The GAAC Members’ Show will display up to 50 works by as many member-artists. It is open to both 2D and 3D work. The exhibition runs through August 31. GAAC gallery hours are: Monday – Friday 9 am – 4 pm; Noon – 4 pm Saturday and Sunday. For more information go to GlenArborArt.org

  38. Open Gardens for the Family

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    August 12, Sunday

    Open Gardens for the Family

    from 11am – 2pm  

    Drop in to explore the Olsen farm vegetable Garden with fun, guided activities for all ages. You might discover what’s growing in season, practice historic planting techniques, go on an insect safari or explore the wild world of soil!

  39. Port Oneida Rural and Cultural Fair 2018

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    Friday and Saturday, August 10 & 11,

    Port Oneida Rural and Cultural Fair

    from 10:00 am – 4 pm

    History comes to life at six historic farmsteads and the Port Oneida Schoolhouse in Port Oneida. Presented by Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore in partnership with Preserve Historic Sleeping Bear. Event is free, Park pass required. 

    Learn more. If you would like to demonstrate a traditional skill or craft, or volunteer at the event, please contact us at [email protected]

  40. Evenings in the Garden: Bouquet Making

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    August 9, Thursday 

    Evenings in the Garden: Bouquet Making    

    7:00 -8:15 pm

    Part of our Harvest Series of classes designed for budding floral enthusiasts. Enjoy the art of maintaining, harvesting and designing seasonal blooms and exploring what being in the garden means to you. Enjoy “golden hour” in this beautiful setting as you connect and create in Hattie’s historic garden.

    Donation: $10 per person or $15 per family.

  41. Let’s Visit the Neighbors! Port Oneida Bike Tour    

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    August 9, Thursday  

    Let’s Visit the Neighbors! Port Oneida Bike Tour    

    at 9:30 am

    Experience what it was like to drop in on neighbors in and around historic Port Oneida to catch up on all the news! As you travel by bicycles on the Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail, a gravel road and paved Port Oneida road, you’ll enjoy interpretive visits with neighbors all along the way.

    You will visit five historic farms and a historic school on this four-mile ride. Please bring water and wear a helmet! The ride will be held weather permitting. Admission: Free; donations accepted.

    Located at: Port Oneida Rural Historic District, 3164 W. Harbor Highway, Maple City, MI 49664

  42. Inside the Farms & Barns: Port Oneida Driving Tour   

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    August 8, Wednesday 

    Inside the Farms & Barns: Port Oneida Driving Tour   

    from 10 am– 12  

    Learn the history of this 1800s agricultural community by exploring 4-5 of the 18 farmsteads with our tour guide. Car pool or drive individually to each farm.

    Meet at Port Oneida Farms Heritage Center/ Olsen farm, 3164 W. Harbor Hwy. (M-22) near Port Oneida Road, 4 miles N. of Glen Arbor. 1.5 -2 hrs.

    Donation: $5 per family

  43. Glen Lake Film Festival : August 6th

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    Glen Lake Film Festival: Books to Movies

    Monday nights @ 8:00 pm at the Glen Arbor Township Hall

    August 6 : “The Third Man”

    A 1949 British film noir directed by Carol Reed and written by Graham Greene, starring Joseph Cotton-Valli, Orson Welles, and Trevor Howard. The film takes place in post-World War II Vienna. It centers on Holly Martins, an American given a job in Vienna by his friend Harry Lime. When Holly arrives in Vienna he gets the news that Lime is dead. Martins meets with Lime’s acquaintances in an attempt to investigate what he considers a suspicious death.

  44. Open Gardens : Olsen Farm

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    August 5     Sunday       Open Gardens for the Family  11-2   

    Drop in to explore the Olsen farm vegetable Garden with fun, guided activities for all ages. You might discover what’s growing in season, practice historic planting techniques, go on an insect safari or explore the wild world of soil!

  45. Musicians on the Patio 8/2

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    Musicians on the Patio at M22 Glen Arbor

    Blake Elliot performing 8/2 from 5-7pm

    Blake Elliott has a recipe for a sweet sound: start with a little folk, throw in some jazz, add a touch of funk, and finish off with a healthy dose of the blues and soul. Coupled with a trademark vintage look and style, Elliott delivers an eclectic mix of original music that blends the present with the past.

    For questions, call: 231-334-4425

  46. Story time with author Maria Dismondy

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    The Fruit Salad Friend By Maria Dismondy
    Cardinal Rule Press. $10.95
     
    Chloe loves going to school, but lately something is different. Chloe has all the ingredients of a great friend – kindness, empathy, compassion, and more. Chloe wonders, “What do you do when friends don’t treat you with kindness?” Find out how this brave girl navigates the trials and tribulations that pop up on her way to discovering the recipe for lasting friendship.  (Ages 3 and up)
     
    Story time and author visit at Cottage Book Shop in Glen Arbor on Wednesday August 1
  47. Glen Lake Film Festival : July 30

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    Glen Lake Film Festival: Books to Movies

    Monday nights @ 8:00 pm at the Glen Arbor Township Hall

    July 30th : “The Great Gatsby”

     1974 romantic drama based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel, directed by Jack Clayton and produced by David Merrick from a screenplay by Francis Ford Coppola. The film stars Robert Redford along with Mia Farrow, Sam Waterston, Bruce Dern, Karen Black, Scott Wilson and Lois Chiles. The film follows the life and times of millionaire Jay Gatsby at the height of the Roaring Twenties, as recounted by his friend neighbor Nick Carraway.

  48. Build a Toy | Plus Plus Days

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    PLUS PLUS Days
    July 13 and 27 at 11:30 a.m.
     
    Made in Denmark, this hot new building toy is tons of fun, join us at Cottage Book Shop in Glen Arbor to build your own creation and take it home!
    We will begin this event after Story time. For children 5 and up.
  49. Musicians on the Patio 7/26

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    Musicians on the Patio at M22 Glen Arbor

    Michael Joseph performing 7/26 from 5-7pm

    A Chicago native with a pop-folk influence, Michael Joseph has been entertaining crowds for over 10 years. A talented, multi-genre singer/songwriter, Michael has a large range and musical library from country, to pop, to dance.

    Event questions, call: 231-334-4425

  50. See them all: ARTirondack Chairs around Glen Arbor

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    PAINTED BY LOCAL ARTISTS, SPONSORED BY LOCAL BUSINESSES. 
    Make your way around the Glen Lake area to see them all! See the list below.
     

     

    WIN A CHAIR! 

    Online Auction:

    Begin bidding Aug. 24th at 9am until 4pm on the 31st.

    The Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce is hosting an online auction August 24th – 31st, 2018. You may bid on any and all chairs you like! Winners to pick up their chair(s) Labor Day Weekend.

    CLICK TO BID NOW 

     https://www.32auctions.com/gachairs

    PICKUP INSTRUCTIONS:

    Must pick up in Glen Arbor, Labor Day weekend.

    You will be sent an email if you are the highest bidder. You must then bring a check to the business when you come to pick it up. You will have until September 3 to pay and pick up before your chair will go to the next highest bidder.

    If you are not able to pick up the chair until a later date, you must submit your check by mailing it to the Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce and we will then make arrangements for your pickup. 

    CHAIR LOCATIONS/SPONSORS:

    Art’s Tavern – 1 chair
    Century 21/Northland Vacation Rentals – 1 chair
    Cherry Republic – 1 chair
    Cottage Books – 1 chair
    Crystal River Outfitters – 2 chairs
    Devette & Ford – 1 chair
    Funistrata – 1 chair
    Glen Arbor Bed & Breakfast – 1 chair
    Glen Arbor Wines – 1 chair
    Glen Lake Salon – 1 chair
    Rosebud – 1 chair
    Sportsman Shop – 1 chair
    Good Harbor Grill – 1 chair
    Indigo Bluffs RV Resort – 2 chairs
    La Becasse – 1 chair
    Leelanau Vacation Rentals – 2 chairs
    Quick Storage – 1 chair
    Riverfront Deli & Pizza – 1 chair
    Serbin Real Estate – 2 chairs
    Synchronicity Gallery – 1 chair
     
    Wildflowers (Sponsor) 
    Martin Company (Sponsor)
    On the Narrows Marina (Sponsor)
     

    > Chairs also on: Facebook Photo Album

    Purpose of event

    Funds raised by the sponsorship and auctioning of the chairs will go to further the operation of the Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce, a 501c non-profit organization, passionately representing the beautiful and treasured town of Glen Arbor, MI.

    #gachairs

    When posting to social media about the Adirondack Chairs in Glen Arbor, use this common hashtag in the text when you post! #gachairs

    WIN A CHAIR!

    CLICK HERE: https://www.32auctions.com/gachairs