Create Community Art Studio in Boyne City recently announced it has chosen five high school-aged artists to take part in its Artist in Residency program.Sara Manchester, owner and founder of Create, explained that the studio put a call out to all Charlevoix County high schools looking for artists to take part in the program.
Having a first successful blues festival earlier this year, the Emmet County Fairgrounds will once again be home to a Petoskey Blues Festival for two nights next week.“It was such a huge success in the winter, I thought we should try it again in the summer because the demand was there,” said Paul Koch, event organizer. “We had to turn away tons of people last time who couldn’t get tickets.”This two-night festival will feature prominent blues musicians well known in Michigan.
With the tradition of having concerts in the park through the summer, the Crooked Tree Arts Center Charlotte Ross Lee Concerts in the Park started back up for this summer on Wednesday, June 21, in Petoskey’s Pennsylvania Park.“This is a wonderful community program and we are honored to do it every year,” said Andrea Coronado, event coordinator for the arts center.“The concerts bring everyone downtown to watch our lineup of local performers through the summer which includes single performers...
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Selecting a term
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