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Music, a street fair and children’s fun

It’s a weekend full of music, a street fair and fun for the kids at the Oden State Fish Hatchery. The weather looks perfect to be outside…. summer is slipping away so don’t miss out on the fun.

Pay it Forward for the Arts featuring May Erlewine, Friday, Sept 8 at Lavender Hill Farm

Support Crooked Tree Art Center at this unique evening. Enjoy the lavender farm, music from Boundary Water, a live auction including a Kevin Barton original painting, and the finale…. A musical performance from May Erlwwine. For ticket information and event details, please visit lavenderhillfarm.com


Join the 9th annual ‘Breanna’s Ride’… Saturday, September 9th… to help raise funds for suicide prevention and mental health awareness.The off-road trail ride is ‘hippie themed’ this year… and begins at 9464 Mission road in Alanson.  Take your atv, utv, 4-wheeler, dirt bike, jeep or pickup. Check-in begins at 8:30 on the morning of September 9th  and the ride starts at 10.    Mud-pit estimated time is 2:30 to 3.   Tickets are just twenty-five dollars and Include ride, food, and fun.  Twelve and under are free.   Get yours online at breanna’sride.org.


This year’s Lake Leelanau Street Fair is set for Saturday, Sept 9th from 11am-6pm. Join in for a day of music, food, and fun! With over 50 vendors, 3 live music acts, and several free kids activities, it’s fun for the whole family! For more information, visit lakeleelanaustreetfair.org


Enjoy great music this weekend at area wineries and breweries.

Boyne Valley Vineyards is featuring Jelly Roll Blues Band for Friday Happy Hour and Michelle Chenard on Saturday afternoon.

Pond Hill Farm has Ty Parkin Friday at 5pm and Saturday at 4pm.

Crooked Vine Vineyards has John Piatek on Saturday at 1pm.

Delilah DeWalde at Cheboygan Brewery on Friday at 6pm

Shady Lane Cellars is featuring Jonathan Stoye Friday at 7pm

Iron Fish Distillery is showcasing Blake Elliott Saturday at 6pm

Join the Great Start Parent Coalition and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources as we explore the Oden State Fish Hatchery and play together on Saturday from 10-11:30am.
Visitor Center interpreter Ms. Christine will lead us along the trails for a leisurely 1 mile hike (depending on how strong we feel that day!) over mostly paved and compacted surfaces while teaching us all about their fish! After our hike, stick around and share a snack and read a story with us. Bathrooms are on site and parent supervision is required.
This Family Adventure is an opportunity for children to get outside, get some energy out, and make new friends! It is also a chance for parents to connect to each other, learn more about resources in our community and find out ways to be more involved. Free

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