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4th Annual White Lake Blues Fest is May 14th

4th Annual White Lake Blues Fest is May 14th

From the Howmet Playhouse:

4th Annual White Lake Blues Fest, Saturday, May 14, 7:30pm 

Tickets $15

Available at White Lake City Hall, HarborLight Credit union, or at the door.

Join us for this exciting event, the 4th Annual White Lake Blues Fest, hosted by KillerBlues. Featured performers will include featuring the West Michigan-based Vincent Hayes Project and Chicago’s Keith Scott. This benefit will raise funds for the Killer Blues Headstone Project. Great food and libations will be served.

Howmet Playhouse presents Ben Bedford in concert

Howmet Playhouse presents Ben Bedford in concert

From the Howmet Playhouse:

Tuesday, April 19, 7pm

General Admission Tickets: Adult $10
Student with ID $5

Tickets may be purchased at City Hall in advance or at the door on the night of the performance.

The Howmet Playhouse is pleased to once again present Ben Bedford, who appeared with his wife Kari on our stage in April 2010. Ben’s powerful folk music draws on both modern and historical stories of America. With an understated intensity, he delivers intriguing sketches of America, its individuals, their victories, and their struggles.

White Lake Area's "2011 Legislative Luncheon"

Monday, May 16, 11:30 am

Alcoa / Howmet Plant 10
3850 White Lake Drive
Whitehall, MI


Again this year, there will be a time to meet and greet our invited legislators at 11:30 am for one-on-one interaction, followed by the luncheon and program at 12 noon.

The luncheon will feature United States Representative Bill Huizenga (R), 2nd District. Congressman Huizenga will inform the attendees of his work with the committees in which he is involved and give an update on local and current issues in Washington D.C., expectations for the future, as well as responding to questions from the floor.

Other invited legislators such as State Senator Geoff Hansen (R), 34th District and State Representatives Holly Hughes (R) and State Representative Marcia Hovey-Wright (D). County and local officials along with several additional honored guests from the area will also be participating in this annual luncheon.

Howmet Playhouse presents Free Wheelin

Howmet Playhouse presents Free Wheelin

Friday, April 1, 7:30 pm

Free Wheelin has been together for over 25 years and has opened for such names as the Nitty Gritty Dirt band, Doc Wattson, Ralph Stanley, Vasser Clements, The Reno brothers, and more! Its NASCAR Bluegrass with four old guys playing way too fast. Members include Marc Conley (banjo), Dan Seabolt (fiddle), Dave Seabolt (guitar), and Scott "Buck" Robinson, the mild mannered Mad Man, on the dog house base!

General Admission Tickets: Adult $10; Student with ID $5

Visit http://www.howmetplayhouse.org for additional information.

The White Lake Chorale Goes POPS!

The White Lake Chorale Goes POPS!

WHITEHALL, Mich. - Join talented conductor Walt Matzke, the 55 member White Lake Chorale, and the Community United Methodist Church Youth Chorus for "The White Lake Chorale Goes POPS!", a delightful musical tribute to Broadway show tunes, movie themes, pop delights, and an occasional trip down memory lane of decades past.

Once again, this enthusiastic group of talented singers will fill the auditorium with unbeatable musical entertainment. This free concert will feature memorable vocal performances of popular tunes like the familiar "New York, New York" and the classic "Summertime" from Porgy and Bess. From the gentlemen's "Get Me to the Church on Time" from My Fair Lady to the ladies rendition of "Gonna Wash that Man Right Outta My Hair" from South Pacific, these are only a few of the selections that will have your toes tapping, smiles flashing, or hearts tugged.

Murals with Missy

WHITEHALL, Mich. - The White Lake Community Library welcomes residents to join local artist Missy Morrow in creating an ocean mural on Thursday, March 24th at 6:30 pm. The mural will be framed and hung in the library.

This is an all ages event and experience is not necessary.

Click Here for additional information.

Weekend Steelhead Tournament

Weekend Steelhead Tournament

Johnson's Great Outdoors in Montague will host it's spring steelhead fishing tournament this Saturday.  It's the events 20th year.  The fishing starts at mid-night on Friday.  Tournament fees are $20, with cash prizes for tournament winners.  The event includes a free post-tournament dinner in downtown Montague following the weigh-in Saturday at 5pm. 

A televisionproduction crew is expected to cover the tournament for use on the show Michigan Out-of-Doors.  

For more information, call Johnson's Great Outdoors in Montague at (231)893-6688.