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Annual FOP #36 Corn and Sausage Roast

FOP 36 Hall and Picnic Grounds
It's time again for the FOP #36 Corn and Sausage Roast. We'll have all-u-can eat corn, hog and sausage. Live music by The Smash Kings starting at 7pm. Everyone is welcome. Non-members $10, members $5.

Sgt. Dan Demler,
574-235-5888 ext. 2032
President@FOP36.com



Just for Teens Night

Better World Books - Goshen, 215 S. Main Street, Goshen, IN 46526
Live music and puzzles, and new books - enjoy the evening set aside just for teens!

Veronica Berkey574.534.1984



First Fridays - Downtown for the Holidays

Downtown South Bend, Indiana
The first Friday of every month downtown South Bend businesses open their doors to host entertaining events such as:
Live musical performances.
Special one night promotions/coupons/sales.
Demonstrations/classes (yoga, cooking, art etc.)
Activities and Experiences for kids, adults & families
Artist receptions, celebrations & festivities
Refreshments, food and wine tasting
Explore downtown South Bend for one-of-a-kind shops, boutiques, art galleries, studios, museums, salons, clubs, cafes, restaurants and more.
Movies, live music and other entertainment will also be hosted by Downtown South Bend, Inc (DTSB) each month.

Cathy Dietz, 574.968.7288, cdietz@downtownsouthbend.com


First Fridays - Downtown Flavor

Downtown South Bend, Indiana
The first Friday of every month downtown South Bend businesses open their doors to host entertaining events such as:
Live musical performances.
Special one night promotions/coupons/sales.
Demonstrations/classes (yoga, cooking, art etc.)
Activities and Experiences for kids, adults & families
Artist receptions, celebrations & festivities
Refreshments, food and wine tasting
Explore downtown South Bend for one-of-a-kind shops, boutiques, art galleries, studios, museums, salons, clubs, cafes, restaurants and more.
Movies, live music and other entertainment will also be hosted by Downtown South Bend, Inc (DTSB) each month.

Cathy Dietz, 574.968.7288, cdietz@downtownsouthbend.com


First Fridays - Arts Alive

Downtown South Bend, Indiana
The first Friday of every month downtown South Bend businesses open their doors to host entertaining events such as:
Live musical performances.
Special one night promotions/coupons/sales.
Demonstrations/classes (yoga, cooking, art etc.)
Activities and Experiences for kids, adults & families
Artist receptions, celebrations & festivities
Refreshments, food and wine tasting
Explore downtown South Bend for one-of-a-kind shops, boutiques, art galleries, studios, museums, salons, clubs, cafes, restaurants and more.
Movies, live music and other entertainment will also be hosted by Downtown South Bend, Inc (DTSB) each month.

Cathy Dietz, 574.968.7288, cdietz@downtownsouthbend.com


Sons of Legion Glad-Peach Celebration

Coloma American Legion #362 Coloma, Michigan 49038
Music by Hogan Heroes (with country, blues and ballads), Hamburgers, Cheeseburgers, Brats available for sale both nights and Sat evening 5-8pm Steak Fry, also Sat night raffle drawing, 50/50 tickets sold both nights.

George Rose SAL #362 commander
Cell # 269 206-6510



First Fridays - Downtown: The Musical

Downtown South Bend, Indiana
The first Friday of every month downtown South Bend businesses open their doors to host entertaining events such as:
Live musical performances.
Special one night promotions/coupons/sales.
Demonstrations/classes (yoga, cooking, art etc.)
Activities and Experiences for kids, adults & families
Artist receptions, celebrations & festivities
Refreshments, food and wine tasting
Explore downtown South Bend for one-of-a-kind shops, boutiques, art galleries, studios, museums, salons, clubs, cafes, restaurants and more.
Movies, live music and other entertainment will also be hosted by Downtown South Bend, Inc (DTSB) each month.

Cathy Dietz, 574.968.7288, cdietz@downtownsouthbend.com


Lemon Creek Winery's Harvest Festival

Berrien Springs, MI
Join us for our 18th Annual Harvest Festival featuring live music by Venitia Sekema & The Madre Luna Band

Cathy Lemon; 269-471-1321


Craft Brew and Wine Festival

Riverfront Ampitheater
The First Annual Four Flags Area Chamber of Commerce Craft Brew & Wine Fest will be held Friday, July 25, 2014 at the Riverfront Ampitheater in Niles, MI 49120. The event will be presented by Southwestern Michigan College, Flagship Sponsor (all sponsors listed below), and held from 3 pm to 9 pm in downtown Niles, with hundreds of craft brews and wines available. There will also be food vendors, live music, and opportunities to meet the breweries' representatives and learn about craft beer and wine.
Featuring Slim Gypsy Baggage from 6pm to 9 pm (like them on Facebook), homegrown blends of Soulful, Spirited, Roots Rock with Swinging HipHop Beats and a Vibrant Sound ...a little bit of this and a lot of that!! From the SW coast of MI, SGB originally came to be when performing musicians, Morgan Ingle(vocal/rhythm guitar) and Matt Smith(vocal/bass) were introduced to Cam Mammina(lead guitar). The musical combination was a magical blend that had to be explored. In time, came the addition of Scott Christie(drums), who provides the foundational beats for SGB. Friendships are what have rooted this band together and brought them together in the first place as well as the common interest in music. Though the individuals that make up this outfit are randomly different and come from varied backgrounds in extensive musical studies, it is the culmination of the group as a whole that creates their creative and vibrant sound.


269-683-3720, chamber@nilesmi.com


The Marvelous Wonderettes

Wagon Wheel Theatre - 2515 East Center Street, Warsaw, IN
Join us for this musical comedy with pop songs from the 50s and 60s, sung in four-part harmony by the girls of the Springfield High Songleaders! They perform first as a last minute replacement for the prom, and again at their ten year school reunion. Opening with favorites like “Mr. Sandman” and “Lollipop”, their thirty-plus hits repertoire will include “I Only Want to Be With You” and “Leader of the Pack”.

Wagon Wheel Theatre (574) 267-8041, wagonwheeltheatre.org, boxoffice@wagonwheeltheatre.com


Fiddler on the Roof

Wagon Wheel Theatre - 2515 East Center Street, Warsaw, IN
Welcome back to Fiddler on the Roof, last seen on the Wagon Wheel stage in 1990! This show has become the 15th longest running Broadway musical with a total –in the original run—of 3,242 performances. Considered a classic musical, it depicts the struggle of families who attempt to survive in a hostile world, still holding true to their traditions. Recognizing that all cultures are challenged by change, this story is set in a Jewish village, Anatevka, Russia in 1905. The main characters are Tevye, the milkman, Golde, his wife, and their five daughters. Directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins, Fiddler won 10 Tony awards in 1964, including Best Musical. Songs include “Tradition”, “Matchmaker, Matchmaker”, “If I Were a Rich Man”, and “Sunrise, Sunset”.

Wagon Wheel Theatre (547) 267-8041, wagonwheeltheatre.org


April Dawn Quilt Garden & Jazz It Up Quilt Mural

Concord Mall - Elkhart
April Dawn Quilt Garden & Jazz It Up Quilt Mural - From 9/1/13 to 9/30/13 -View During Mall Hours
The Elkhart Dahlia Society designed the "April Dawn" Quilt Garden that is loosely interpreted from the April Dawn Dahlia orginated by Les Connell of the Washington State Dahlia Society.

The "Jazz It Up" Quilt Mural celebrateds the musical heritage of Elkhart. It's connection to Elkhart's rich musical heritage comes to life in the silhouette of the jazz player who takes center stage in the mural. A "Jazz It Up" Quilt is on display inside The Grove food court.

Deb Alwine, 574-875-6502


Guys and Dolls

Feb 28, 2013 - Mar 2, 2013 7:00 pm

Penn High School Auditorium
Penn High School presents the popular musical Guys and Dolls. The Penn spring Musical never disappoints.

Tickets are $8.00 each.

https://tix4.seatyourself.biz/webstore/webstore.html?domain=penn&event


DCI Four Flags Spectacular

Aug 4, 2012 3PM

Niles High School Stadium, 1441 Eagle Street Niles, MI
A new stop on the 2012 Drum Corps International Tour schedule, the Four Flags Spectacular will take place on Saturday, Aug. 4, at Niles High School Stadium in Southwestern Michigan. Featuring a HUGE lineup of corps, results from this competition will be used to set the lineups for the Open Class World Championship Quarterfinals taking place just two days later.

Tickets are $12 for general admission seating. Groups of 20 or more receive a $2 discount on all seats. Prices do not include additional handling fees. Don't wait until day of show to purchase! Ticket prices will increase by $5.

For Group accommodations, please call the DCI office at (317) 275-1212.


DCI office at (317) 275-1212, or
Steve Gruver, Niles Community Schools Band Director
(steve.gruver@nilesschools.org)



Community Hymn Sing

Jul 5, 2009 6:00 PM

The Old Rugged Cross Church, Pokagon, Michigan
Join with others to sing favorite "old" Christian hymns that many people grew up with in the 1900s. No admission charge. Free will offering to support restoration of the church. 269-683-4540 for information.

Molly Shaffer
269-683-4540