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Spaghetti & Wine Dinner Fundraiser

Friday, April 9
10AM
Benefit/Charity

Now through April 15 pre-order 5 Loaves 2 Fish freshly made pasta & red sauce for two & a bottle of Bel Lago wine for $30. Pick-up & delivery will occur Weds., April 21 with proceeds benefiting 5 Loaves 2 Fish. 5 Loaves 2 Fish aprons are also available for sale for $20 & can be added to your dinner order. 5 Loaves 2 Fish cooks about 150 meals from scratch a week out of the Leland Community United Methodist Church’s commercial kitchen. On Mondays food is provided predominantly to people experiencing homelessness & food insecurity in TC. On Fridays they provide meals to Leelanau County families. To order email: info@bellago.com or call 231.228.4800.

Friday, April 9

7:00 AM

Virtual 2021 Bayshore Marathon

Featuring a marathon, half marathon & 10K. Register.
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8:00 AM

Essay Contest

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8:00 AM

Iceman Cometh Virtual Training Challenge

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10:00 AM

Accepting Boat Auction Donations

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10:00 AM

Spaghetti & Wine Dinner Fundraiser

Now through April 15 pre-order 5 Loaves 2 Fish freshly ...
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10:00 AM

Walking Through: Steve Cattin, Stewart Allison McFerran, Nick Walsh

This exhibition features over 60 works of art including bright, ...
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11:00 AM

"Stay Safe" Masks Exhibit

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11:00 AM

BLOW UP II: Inflatable Contemporary Art

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11:00 AM

Call for Art: Little Free Art Galleries

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11:00 AM

Call-For-Entries: Everyday Objects Exhibition

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11:00 AM

Calling All Writers & Literature Lovers!

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11:00 AM

Clothesline Exhibit Call-for-Entries

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11:00 AM

Exhibit: Joan Richmond | Paper + Scissors + Glue = New Collages

An exhibition of 12 new works is on display, Jan. ...
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11:00 AM

Melonie Steffes Exhibit

HART welcomes local artist Melonie Steffes in her second solo ...
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11:00 AM

Members Create Exhibition

On display: 41 works in both 2D & 3D by ...
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11:00 AM

NMC Art Department Juried Student Art Show

View 30 artworks by local students selected for the show ...
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11:00 AM

Northport Plein Air Call for Artists

Through April 10. See web site for info.
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11:00 AM

The Collective Impulse - Online Exhibit

Featuring the work of artists Ruth Bardenstein, Jean Buescher & ...
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7:00 PM

Windy City Line Up: Toronzo Cannon

Live recording. Chicago bluesman Toronza Cannon is a guitarist, vocalist, ...
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