Bowling, Bikes, Bunnies and more!

This Thursday kicks off a unique exhibit at the Crooked Tree Arts Center…you have a chance to win a new bike for Spring with the Boyne Kiwanis Club, or bowl a strike on Main Street in Harbor Springs! The Easter Bunny is hopping his way to East Jordan on Saturday, and its a Pop Culture explosion in Cadillac at the Wex!

 

Stay Safe Masks Exhibit at the Crooked Tree Arts Center in Traverse City

April 1st-17th, 11am-4pm Tuesday-Fridays, and 10am to 2pm Saturdays

Over 1,000 area High School Students, families and individuals have created paper mache’ masks for this exhibit, which is free and open to the public. Masks required to view the masks please. Learn more at crookedtree.org

  

Boyne City Kiwanis Club Bike Raffle

The Kiwanis Club of Boyne City is partnering with North Country Cycle Sport and raffling off 2 – Trek Marlin 6 Mountain Bikes!! A $1400 value. Raffle ticket price is $20, only 300 tickets will be sold and the raffle takes place on May 14th. Contact any Kiwanis member to purchase a ticket or get more info on the Kiwanis Boyne City Facebook page.

  

Bowling on Main Street in Harbor Springs

Saturday, April 3RD, noon to 2 p.m.

Join in the fun, rain, shine, at the intersection of State and Main, next to Johan’s Pastry Shop. Everyone will of course be social distancing and wearing masks. Johan’s is set to provide hot chocolate and donuts, and the Rocking Horse Toy Company will provide grab gifts for children.

 

Easter Bunny in the East Jordan Sportsman’s Park

Saturday, April 3RD, 10-11am

The Easter Bunny will be on hand helping the East Jordan Lion’s Club hand out Easter treats in the East Jordan Sportsman’s Park this Saturday, while supplies last.

 

Cadillac Pop Culture Convention

Saturday, April 3rd, 11am-6pm, Wexford Civic Center

If you enjoy comics, sci-fi, gaming, cosplay, anime, movies and more, come stroll through the Civic Center where dozens of vendors, artists and exhibitors will have displays set up and products for sale. This event is kid-friendly, and admission is FREE!