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A Call Out to Young Thespians!
The Dogwood Summer Youth Theater will be holding auditions on Monday, May 16 and Thursday, May 19 from 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at the Dogwood Center for Performing Arts for their summer production “Alice in Wonderland”.
Curiouser and curiouser! This version of “Alice in Wonderland” combines both “Alice in Wonderland” and “Alice Through the Looking Glass”. Join us in this whimsical production with a variety of...
...parts for middle school aged students and up.
The Dogwood Summer Youth Theater will be directed again this summer by Chelsea Webb. The performance dates for “Alice in Wonderland” are July 28, 29, and 30. This program is funded in part by the Fremont Area Community Foundation.
For more information please contact the Dogwood Center at 231.924.8885.
“8 Days, 4 Countries, 2 Wars: Touring WW1 Western Front Battlefields and Following My Father’s WW11 Footsteps.” Newaygo County Museum and Heritage Center Wednesday May 18th at 6:30pm.
In the fall of 2015, with his Dad’s war diary in hand Mark Petz set off for Europe to search for the sites described in the journal. Along the way he encountered a number of historic battlegrounds, visited memorials from both wars, took in some of the magnificent historic structures and indulged his distinctive taste buds with the wonderful food and drink the region provides.
On Wednesday at the Museum and Heritage Center Mark will share the images captured on the tour and tell the stories inspired by this intriguing journey. This is the latest in the outstanding speaker series the museum has gifted to the community. With limited seating you might want to arrive early and while admission is free, donations to this ever evolving gem of a museum are indeed appreciated.
The M&HC is located in downtown Newaygo at 12 Quarterline Rd across from Brooks Park.
Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Service- Marshall Memorial Park 7pm
If you have never witnessed this stirring ceremony to honor the fallen members of The Thin Blue Line, mark this on your calendar as a must-see this week.
From the presentation of colors to the messages imparted by the speakers to the hauntingly harmonious sounds of the Muskegon Regional Police Pipes this annual observance has been serving as a poignant reminder of the dangers faced every day by those who are tasked with keeping our communities safe.
There is always a large contingency of officers from local county and state departments as well as an extensive group of family, friends, and community members who turn out to remember the sacrifices made by those whose watch ended far too soon.
This Thursday they invite you to join them.
Marshall Memorial Park is in downtown Newaygo.
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