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White Lake Maritime Festival

You will enjoy the shuffleboard tournament and sailing regatta. There will be plenty of food vendors and children's activities along with a trout pond, shrimp boil, fish boil, beverage & entertainment tent with live band, arts & crafts, venetian boat parade. Come enjoy the music and food!

Thursday, August 11 - Community Picnic at 6pm under the big tent.

Friday, August 12 from 4pm-midnight.

Saturday, August 13 from 10am-midnight

Please contact the Chamber of Commerce for more information at 800-879-9702 or visit http://whitelake.org/

Churches offer free backpacks stocked with school supplies

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Lakeshore Backpacks for Kids will soon begin distributing 1,700 free backpacks stocked with school supplies during a series of events hosted by area churches.  The events begin in Holton on August 6, 2011, and end on August 31, 2011.  The GateWay Church, located on Pontaluna Road, is the newest member of this year’s faith-based effort to equip preschool through 12th grade students with needed school supplies.  Distribution sites also include Holton United Methodist, Lebanon Lutheran in Whitehall, Samuel Lutheran Church in downtown Muskegon, Mission for Area People in Muskegon Heights, and Great Lakes Kingdom Ministry in Muskegon. Each child must be present and be accompanied by a parent or guardian to receive a backpack as long as supplies last.

White Lake Youth Theater presents 'Alice in Wonderland'

White Lake Youth Theater presents 'Alice in Wonderland'

Directed by Cindy Beth Davis
July 28-30


Come join the White Lake Youth Theater program and see the incredible talents of local area youth! Their performance of Alice in Wonderland is sure to having you rooting for Alice to defeat the Queen of Hearts. Don't be late for this very important date!

Visit www.howmetplayhouse.org for additional information.

Reminder: Cruz'In 2011 this Friday

Cruz'In 2011 . . . A NEW gathering location for an Old Favorite.

Cars from the Cruz’In era will be roaring into Montague and Whitehall Friday, July 29 for the popular Cruz'In the annual free, non-alcohol, family event.  The parade will include pre-1975 classic cars, hot rods and muscle cars.

Cruz’In has grown every year with last year’s attendance over 5,000 people and included 500 classic cars in the parade.

A new twist this year will be the gathering area before the parade. Due to construction at Whitehall Middle School parking lot, the cars will have a new line-up area. The classic cars will follow the signs and gather at Funnell Field in Whitehall.

Additionally, to make room for the additional cars expected this year additional street areas will be blocked off in Montague. Closed areas include: Dowling Street - from the stoplight to Old Channel Trail; Ferry Street from Church to Hunt Streets; and Spring Street from Water to past Ferry Street.

We Love Michigan Weekend at Howmet Playhouse

We  Love Michigan Weekend at Howmet Playhouse

Michigan Music and Documentaries
August 11-13

Aug 11 Shout Sister Shout

Cool down on a hot August night with the cool, sweet jazz stylings of Shout Sister Shout featuring Rachel Davis. “The quintet is a tribute to the smoky, sophisticated sound of 1930s and '40s jazz, with plenty of influence from Cole Porter, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Nat King Cole Trio, and Sarah Vaughan, and it's a trip to hear Davis channel those old greats. Of course, it doesn't hurt to have a bunch of guys playing the heck out of vintage instruments as backup.” The Metro Times- Detroit, MI

Aug 12    Locally Buzzed: The Great Michigan Beer Movie

Howmet Playhouse presents "Anybody for Murder?"

July 21-23, 7:30 pm, Howmet Playhouse

by Brian Clemens and Dennis Spooner
Directed by Debra Freeberg

This murderous farce promises big laughs and a few gasps as six people on a Greek island plot to get the best of one another. Poison, wigs, a row boat, a million-dollar inheritance, a mistress, an unknown cousin and her lawyer husband, and the mystery writer-next-door will surely to have you in stitches and asking the question, “Anybody for Murder?”

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CMU’s Summer Theater returns to Howmet Playhouse

CMU’s Summer Theater returns to Howmet Playhouse

July 14 - Guest Artist by Jeff Daniels
Pulitzer-prize winning and alcoholic playwright Joseph Harris arrives in Stubenville, OH, to write a play comissioned by a local theater and is met by a callow intern. Set in a small town bus station, Guest Artist delivers a funny and touching story about a young playwright’s struggle when he meets his aging, washed-up playwriting idol.  Not suitable for young audiences.

July 15 - Shivaree by William Mastrosimone