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~UPCOMING EVENTS~







Monte is also open to mentoring one on one an
individual or individuals to learn more about decoy making.
He doesn't do classes or demonstrations of large groups.
Contact him at the number above if interested.



~ONGOING EVENTS~



Community Bible Studies
Men's Bible Study
Thursdays • 10:00am • Anchor In Naubinway

Ladie's Bible Study
Monday • July 3 • NO BIBLE STUDY 
Monday • July 10 • 1:00pm • Rexton Christian Fellowship
Monday • July 17 • 1:00pm • Naubinway Christian Fellowship
Monday • July 24 • 1:00pm • Engadine Methodist Church
Monday • July 31 • 1:00pm • Rexton Christian Fellowship
Monday • August 7 • 1:00pm • Naubinway Christian Fellowship


FREE COMMUNITY FELLOWSHIP MEALS

First Presbyterian Church
113 W John St, Newberry
3rd Thursday of each month
5:00pm - 7:00pm
No "To Go" Meals

Engadine United Methodist Church
Last Wednesday of each month
4:30pm - 6:30pm

Bethlehem Lutheran Church
Corner of M-117 & McKelvey Road, Engadine
2nd Wednesday of each month
4:00pm - 6:15pm

ENGADINE LIBRARY
HOURS of OPERATION


School Year

Mon - Fri ~ 10:00am - 4:00pm
Mon & Thursday Evenings ~ 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Saturdays ~ 9:00am - Noon

Summer Hours
Mon, Wed, & Fri ~ Noon - 4:30pm
Mon & Thurs Evenings ~ 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Sat ~ 9:00am - Noon



 **MORNING YOGA SCHEDULE**
Beginning May 8th
Morning Yoga Classes
Erickson Center for the Arts, Curtis
with Marsha Blanchard, RYT
Mondays and Wednesdays
from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. 


**BRIDGE CLUB**
Bridge Club at the Erickson Center
will be held every Friday afternoon at 1:00 PM.
Open to the public, no experience required!
Call the ECA office for more
information 906.586.9974

ERICKSON CENTER FOR THE ARTS
PRESENTS ITS 5TH ANNUAL PARK ART
 “CLOTHESLINE ART”
 
Three years ago, visitors from all over the Midwest
made their way to the
Erickson Center for the Arts (ECA)
to witness the first annual Park Art.
The new tradition began with an
exhibit known as the “Peaceful People.”
 
“After receiving a great deal of positive feedback
we decided to carry on this
tradition as an annual exhibit,”
said Kelly Chamberlin, ECA President.
“We hope it continues to draw visitors to
stop and discover both the Center and the town.”
 
In the years that followed, Park Art has included
a vibrant display of wooden kites
and “yarn bombing”, the art of using yarn to
adorn the trees and fencing in the park,
and a whimsical display of decorated bicycles
was a delight for locals and visitors alike.
Last year the ECA was spinning with color
as handmade pinwheels turned with the wind.
 
Now 2017 "Park Art" is up and beautiful!
"Clothesline Art" has been created by
our wonderfully talented volunteers
to dance in the wind and add a
splash of color and fun to the ECA Park.
Come see over 20 hand painted,
billowing "canvases" on the lines!
Park Art will be on display until September 2nd.

 
The "Vision between the Lakes"
exhibit at the Erickson Center for the Arts
Waterfront Gallery offers works of art
from three Northern Exposure Featured Artists:
Tracey Anderson, Ben Bohnsack, and Carol Irving.

See weaving, woodblock printing, and scratch board art
skillfully crafted by the three talented artists.
The exhibit will be on display June 5th- September 5th 
and open to the public Monday-Friday
during regular business hours.
 
Detroit born, Carol Irving moved to the
Upper Peninsula of Michigan at the age of 24.
She’s woven many things, but nothing
gives her more pleasure than rugs and rug weaving.
She weaves her richly colored yarns
on a loom much the way people
have been weaving for centuries. 
Each rug is a totally unique piece of American Craft.
 
After a life-long experience as a do-it-yourselfer
and woodworker, and making practical items like furniture and toys,
Ben Bohnsack found a medium that
fit his interests and experience.
He creates images of reality and
imagination with his woodblock prints.  
Printing by hand through the primitive and
repetitious process of carving, inking,
printing and carving more, always using
two or more blocks, every print is original and unique.
 
Tracy Anderson has a deeply ingrained
love of nature that she attributes to growing
up in the forests of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
She is self-taught in her scratchboard
and encaustic art. Through the use of her
chosen medium, she creates art that is pleasing to the eyes,
uplifts emotion, and stirs the soul.


Curtis B-I-N-G-O
Bingo starts up again on Thursday, June 8th at the
Township Community Building on Davis Street. 
Doors open at 5:30 pm and Bingo starts at 6 PM. 
Bingo will be held every Thursday through the rest
of spring, all of the summer and into the fall!


2017 MUSIC IN THE PARK SERIES
Erickson Center for the Arts, Curtis


The Erickson Center for the Arts will be kicking off the
2017 Music in the Park series with” Open Mic Night”
featuring John Latini, on
Wednesday, June 14th from 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.
in the band shelter in the ECA Park.

Pre-registration appreciated but not required.
Contact the ECA to sign-up or
for more information 906.586.9974.
Showcase your musical talent!

This free, outdoor music event will be held every
Wednesday night from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. through August 9th.
Donations accepted. Picnic dinners are welcome,
please bring a chair or blanket to sit on.
In the event of inclement weather,
Music in the Park will be moved indoors
to the Erickson Center Performance Level.









 



THE ERICKSON CENTER FOR THE ARTS PROUDLY PRESENTS
“Water, Water Every Where!
“In the Heart of the beast”
Puppet and Mask Making Theatre Workshop & Pageant


Artists from In the Heart of the Beast Theatre
work in residence with local participants
to research local stories and
concerns about Water. Our special love
of the beautiful bodies of water
that surround our home makes for a
perfect center of this wonderful puppet
making workshop. Come and create a puppet
or mask that will be paraded proudly in the
WATER, WATER EVER WHERE Pageant

August 19th-27th

This FREE workshop featuring visiting instructors
from the “In the Heart of the Beast Puppet & Mask Theatre”
will begin Saturday, August 19th at 10:00 AM,
and will end Sunday afternoon, August 27th
with a Puppet Pageant in the ECA Park.

***DAILY CLASSES WILL BE HELD
AT THE ECA FROM 10:00 AM-3:00 PM
WITH A LUNCH BREAK FROM NOON-1:00 PM.
COME ANY DAY THAT YOU CHOOSE…
AS MANY DAYS AS YOU WOULD LIKE! ***

THIS IS A FREE WORKSHOP,
ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND!

Call the ECA for more information 906.586.9974










 
   
 


 


 
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