Mackinac Island Calendar of Events

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April 2019

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Friday, April 5th, 10am-1pm

Artisans and Farmers Market
Seasonal produce, baked goods, textiles, pottery, music and more. Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
www.crookedtree.org

Sunday, April 7th, 1pm

DIY Easter Bunny Garland
A class for kids, Gather Harbor Springs.
Bunny Garland

Friday, April 12th, 10am-1pm

Artisans and Farmers Market
Seasonal produce, baked goods, textiles, pottery, music and more. Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
www.crookedtree.org

Friday, April 12th, 11:30am

The Saxophone--Luncheon Lecture Series
In 1846, Adolphe Sax patented a musical instrument that was a brassier version of the clarinet. Today, it is a fixture of marching bands, military bands, big bands, jazz bands and, of course, “Bolero.” Tom Harder is a saxophone virtuoso and Charlevoix High School’s band director. He will tell us about this popular instrument and play some flashy music written to show off its unique attributes., North Central Michigan College Luncheon Lecture Series, $12, reservations required. 231-348-6600.
www.ncmich.edu

Saturday, April 13th - Saturday, May 11th

Youth Art Show
Exhibition at the Crooked Tree Arts Center, opening reception April 13. 231-347-4337.
Crooked Tree

Friday, April 19th, 10am-1pm

Artisans and Farmers Markets
Seasonal produce, baked goods, textiles, pottery, music and more. Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
www.crookedtree.org

Thursday, April 25th, 5:30pm

Swirl
A delicious blend of arts, libations, and fun, Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
Crooked Tree

Friday, April 26th, 10am-1pm

Artisans and Farmers Market
Seasonal produce, baked goods, textiles, pottery, music and more. Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
www.crookedtree.org

Sunday, April 28th, 7pm

Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra: The Violins of Hope
Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor.
Violins of Hope