By N3 Entertainment Staff
Hang on folks, it is now well into Spring by 3-4 days at the least and the accompanying warmer weather has...well… it’s ‘in the mail’ as they say.
Here at N3 World Headquarters we would like to point out that 2 shoe sightings have occurred the past couple of days. Heading out of Fremont just past 56th street on the right a brownish looking shoe likely of the dress variety while M-37 south of Newaygo just past Newaygo Fitness west side of the road another lost sole looking like a taller yet not quite a boot sort.
I understand that with the depth of drama and goings on in our world today that it might become easy to lose sight of what’s really important so once again let us consider the proliferation of abandoned (or seemingly so) footwear and pose the collective question…
“What does it mean?”
LionHeart Productions “Junie B.Jones Is Not A Crook” has moved to the Dogwood’s Main Stage for performances at 2:00 pm on both Saturday, March 24, and Sunday, March 25. Tickets for Junie B. Jones can be purchased at the Dogwood Center Box Office, online line at www.dogwoodcenter.com, or by calling 231-924-8885. Ticket prices are $12 adult, $8 students and seniors (60+), and $5 children 10 years and under.
Check out the article by Mike Gesler in our Features and Fun page about the play
From 10am-1pm Saturday come visit the Annual Great Start Family Expo at the Newaygo Middle School. This is always a great time with lots of giveaways, door prizes,, snacks, games, crafts and a chance to learn about the many services provided to local families.
Best of all?
Fremont is hosting their Home & Garden Show this Saturday at the Fremont Middle School from 9am-3pm.For more info give the Chamber folks a buzz at (231) 924-0770
Ever been to a Comiccon? Know what cosplay is? Then you’re already heading for the Holiday Inn at Muskegon Harbor who will host Muskecon 2.0 from 10am-6pm Saturday. This is a day filled with toys, comics, artists, authors, cosplayers, and fun. Tickets are $5 for adults, children 12 and under are FREE.
Over 1000 attended last year’s gig and believe me if you’re looking for photo ops…..?
Want a cure for the Monday Blues? How about a feel good listen to some mighty fine music played by the wealth of talent that inhabit our schools?
The Annual Rotary Jazz Concert put on by the White Cloud Rotarians.is an outstanding evening of very cool music in a concert that features each of our area school jazz bands.
At 10 bucks a ticket (students just a fin), with proceeds going to support the bands and a rich night of entertainment this is definitely a win, win, win, and Monday is a great evening to settle in with a little jazz music and maybe forget for awhile there are four more days in the work week.
The concert is Monday March 26 at the Grant Fine Arts Center beginning at 7pm and the staff of N3WH has this one down as a ‘don’t miss’.
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