With summer over, Downtown Petoskey is ready to celebrate everything haunted through the month of October. Aside from its annual trick-or-treating event, downtown Petoskey has multiple events worth a scare or two to put people in a Halloween mood.“Now that summer is over, some people settle down but, we are ramping up a little bit,” said Andi Symonds, Downtown Petoskey promotions coordinator.
Soon, the Red Sky Stage in Petoskey will be hosting two female singer-songwriters in a shared performance.The concert will feature Kelly Shively and AnnMarie Rowland who have been friends ever since the first time they sang Kate Wolf’s “Across the Great Divide” together at a festival jam session 25 years ago.“They’re both well traveled musicians solo and in their various duos,” said Marty Scott, venue owner.
The Freshwater Gallery and Concert Venue in Boyne City will soon kick off its ninth season with the Chenille Sisters on Saturday, Oct. 14.A press release from the venue explains that, “... traditionally this is the week that fall is in its glory and that it is a perfect time of year for a color tour, dinner and an intimate evening of great music.”The Chenille Sisters, a trio that originated in Ann Arbor, is made up of Cheryl Dawdy, Grace Morand and Connie Huber.Together, the trio has been...
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Selecting a term
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