It’s going to be cold.
But we are the Bipeninsular folks who sneer at cold. There are still things to do music to be heard people to meet, activities to engage in...
And here’s a few.
Still some tickets left for one of the hottest magicians on the circuit. Jason Bishop will be performing his feats of illusionary wonder on the Dogwood Center Main Stage Friday night.
A recent review stated:
“He can teleport his assistant, he can vaporize a dog, he can walk through a wall, he can escape a locked box, and he can tell some pretty funny jokes. He can astound, especially if you’re one of the more junior audience members. ’That’s not real!’ gasped the 6-year-old pal I’d brought with me.”
This will be a great night of entertainment and a fine way to spend a January evening.
Sports more to your liking?
There are a couple of key basketball games Friday night with title implications as the Fremont boys team hosts Reed City, the only team to defeat them this season and the White Cloud girls team will look to put themselves in contention for the top spot in the Silver when they meet the Kent City Eagles in the Cloud.
Grant, Newaygo are on the road and Hesperia visits Holton.
Our friends at the River Stop Saloon have been putting some Saturday afternoon tunes together as a way to beat the winter blues. This week the music is provided by Unplugged and Tolerable from 2-6pm. Word has it they do some classic rock and their name suggests acoustic but that’s all we know. But hey it’s Saturday afternoon with no football on the tube and hopefully the driveway already shoveled out so it seems like its worth a chance and the RSS food is always a hit.
Sportsman’s in Newaygo features the band Lucky Saturday from 9pm-1am and they are doing Karaoke every Friday night if you dare.
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