5 fun things to do this weekend in Northern Michigan
1. Varietal Folk Concert
As part of a songwriting retreat hosted by John D. Lamb, the annual Varietal Folk Concerts go back, providing retreat attendees. The live performance starts offevolved at 8 p.M. On Saturday at the Birchwood Inn in Harbor Springs. Admission is a suggested donation of $15 at the door.
On Saturday, be part of the City Park Grill in Petoskey for its Novemberfest event from four-7 p.M. Featuring one-of-a-kind region beers, ciders, and wines. Admission is $20 and includes six drink tickets and a special glass with half-off appetizers and a song from Sean Bielby. Advance tickets are available at mynorthtickets.Com/occasions/novemberfest or by calling (231) 347-0101.
3. Logger Night
Join the Boyne Falls Schools for its Logger Night on Saturday from 6-eleven:30 p.M. At Boyne Mountain. The night capabilities a silent public sale, stay auction, and enjoyment. More facts can be determined at www.Boynefalls.Org.
4. Safe Home Harvest Food and Supply Drive
The Safe Home Harvest Food and Supply Drive is a manner to assist domestic abuse survivors and youngsters within the community who are staying at the Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan’s Safe Home. Donations of non-perishable ingredients, family goods, paper products, private care items, present cards, and greater assistance make the Safe Home sense like home for many households.
Individuals, organizations, and corporations may additionally bring donations to the Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan’s foremost workplace and Gold Mine Resale Shops in Petoskey or employer workplaces in Cheboygan, Gaylord, and Mancelona. A Safe Home Needs List is to be had online at wrcnm.Org. For more facts or to arrange for select-up of items, name (231) 347-1572.
5. Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra Sunday Series
Join the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra at four p.M. On Sunday at the First Congregational Church in Charlevoix for its live performance presenting “L’Histoire du Soldat” (The Soldier’s Tale) by Stravinsky. Freewill donations might be taken at the door, and greater facts may be observed via contacting the orchestra office at (213) 487-0010 or using touring www.Glcorchestra.Org.