The Homestead is giving you a chance to help neighbors in need this season, you can enjoy a TV trip down Broadway on Thursday night, and play a Christmas-themed game of Hide-and-Seek this weekend in Downtown Traverse City. Holiday traditions at Interlochen will continue online this year, and you can spend your Saturday night with some disco legends!
Homestead Food & Supply Drive
Through December 17th
The Homestead will be running a drive from Dec. 1-17 for non-perishable foods, clothing & supplies for all ages, & monetary donations. All proceeds will go to Leelanau Christian Neighbors. Any monetary donations will be matched by The Homestead, up to $5,000. Donating anything will put your name in for a chance to win a $150 gift card to be used anywhere at The Homestead. Please call/text Jillian Rockafellow at (734) 787-4362 with any questions.
One Night Only-the Best of Broadway
Thursday, December 10th, 8pm, NBC
Tina Fey is set to host this two-hour special, a benefit for the nonprofit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. The show will include outdoor performances by the cast members from several Broadway musicals, including “Ain’t Too Proud,” “Chicago” and “Jagged Little Pill.” Kelly Clarkson, Brett Eldredge and Patti LaBelle will also perform, alongside appearances by a roster of other celebrity guests.
Walking In a Window Wonderland-Traverse City
December 11th through the 13th
Celebrate with Downtown shops and play a festive game of hide and seek, as over 20 businesses will have hidden “loose bulbs” in their store windows. Find all of them and enter to win a Downtown Shopping Spree! To learn more, click here.
Holiday Traditions from Interlochen
December 12th and 15th, 7:30pm
The tradition continues online this year, as Interlochen Arts Academy students perform the Nutcracker and Sounds of the Season. Both performances will be streamed at live.interlochen.org and on Facebook. The Nutcracker will be streamed on Saturday the 12th, and Sounds of the Season will be streamed on Tuesday, the 15th, both at 7:30 p.m.
The Bee Gees on TV! –“How Can You Mend a Broken Heart” on HBO
Debuts Saturday, December 12th, 8pm
This documentary follows the band through the highs and lows of their storied music career, which included a temporary breakup, and a dive into Disco. Directed by Frank Marshall, this is a must-see for fans of the band!