As we swing into what promises to be yet another year of fun and frolic here in our slice of bi-penindular paradise, a busy week awaits.
On Tuesday you can take in a bit of local history when longtime Croton resident Dick Gillespie shares stories, photos and more in a look back at the Croton of yesteryear.
The presentation starts at 1pm and will be held at the Croton Township Hall.
Jake vs. Jayk will make their first appearance in the River Stop Cafe’s Thursday night series. 6:30pm-9pm downtown Newaygo.
Rather tap into your creativity than listen to music? Shamrock Pub & Grille in White Cloud is hosting a Paint and Sip Thursday from 6-9pm featuring Highland Cow.
On Friday World of Winter kicks off in GR a 2 month celebration of our coldest season. There are winter people and there are those who escape to warmer climes. This ongoing funfest put on by our metro cousin to the south is for those of us who choose to live in the Mitten year round, not retreat south at a little dip of the thermometer.
On Saturday the Dogwood brings in John McEuen for a 7:30pm concert.
Ever been to Wheatland? Well, the venerable mid Michigan gathering likely got its roots from the efforts of McEuen and his mates from the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. When they released Will The Circle Be Unbroken the album spawned an explosion of new fans to the genre and a proliferation of bluegrass festivals across the country.
Kropscott Farm will be hosting their Winter Workshop Saturday 1-4pm. Free, but pre-registration is required.
Want to learn how to sow your seeds in the winter for your springtime garden planting? On Saturday The Newaygo County Environmental Coalition (NCEC) will host a native plant event at Brooks Township Hall beginning at 11am.
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