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Event Calendar
Postings for June 28, 2018 Full Month View
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  All Day Plainfield Township Sesquicentennial  

The Plainfield Township Sesquicentennial Celebration events Thursday, June 28th:

 

-Encampments & Reenactments at the Iosco County Fairgrounds

 

-7-10pm-Dancing In The Streets with live music from "Limelight" at the Gazebo

 

Call 728-2811 for more information. 

 
  All Day Iosco Arenac District Library  

The Iosco Arenac District Library Summer Reading Program features Doug Sheer's "Rock N Roll Bookshelf" Magic & Music Show:

-Tuesday, June 26th 10:30am-Robert J Parks Library in Oscoda; 2pm East Tawas Community Center

-Wednesday, June 27th- 10:30am Whittemore Branch Library; 2pm Plainfield Township Library in Hale

-Thursday, June 28th-10:30am AuGres Community Library; 2pm Mary Johnston Memorial Library in Standish 

 
  All Day Summer Programs at Thunder Bay National Marine San   Over 20 programs available for kids from June through August this summer at the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary visitor center. Visit www.thunderbayfriends.org for full schedule and calendar and to reserve a spot today!
 
  9:00AM 12:00PM Trinity Lutheran VBS  

Trinity Lutheran Church, U.S. 23 Oscoda will host Vacation Bible School:

-Monday, June 25th 9am-Noon

-Tuesday, June 26th 9am-Noon

-Wednesday, June 27th 9am-Noon

-Thursday, June 28th 9am-Noon including Family Fun Time at Oscoda Park 11:30am

 

To register call 739-9292. All children are welcome.

 
  5:00PM 2:00AM Vegas at the V!   The Oscoda VFW is hosting a casino night this Saturday, June 30th beginning at 5:00 p.m. We will have Blackjack, Roulette, The Cash Wheel, and Texas Hold 'em Poker. Food and adult beverages will be available for purchase. This event is open to the public - you don't have to be a VFW member to attend. Come on out and help us raise funds to support Veterans Programs as well as to make improvements to our building.
 
  9:00AM n/a Pasty Sale  

The Tawas Masonic Lodge will be selling beef pasties with gravy for $5 each beginning at 9am til gone:

 

-Thursday, June 14th

 

-Thursday, June 28th

 

At the Lodge on M-55 in Tawas City.

 
  1:30PM 3:00PM Sunrise Side Lifelong Learning  

Sunrise Side Lifelong Learning will host the class "The AuSable River Canoe Marathon: Its Importance, History and What Goes Into Making It Happen" Thursday, June 28th, 1:30-3pm at the IRESA Tech Center, 27 North Rempert Road in Tawas City. Michigan Canoe Hall of Famer, Ed Wojahn and his son Keith will be the presenters. Cost is $10 for members, $20 for non-members. Call 362-3006 ext. 168 to register or for more information.

 
  2:30PM n/a Alzheimers Support Group  

An Alzheimer's Support group is held at 2:30pm on the last Thursday of each month at the Iosco Medical care Facility, 1201 Harris Avenue in Tawas City. New topics every month. All are invited to attend. Call 362--4424 for more information.

 

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  3:00PM 5:00PM Tinker Thursday  

"Tinker Thursday" will be held Thursday, June 28th, 3-5pm, at the Curtis Township Library, 4884 Bamfield Road in Glennie. Open to kids 5-12 years old accompanied by a responsible adult. Call 335-1361 for more information.

 
  4:00PM 6:00PM Hale Spaghetti Supper  

A spaghetti supper will be held Thursday, June 28th, 4-6pm, at the Hale Senior & Retirees Activity Center, 310 North Washington in Hale. Spaghetti, coleslaw, vegetable, garlic bread, rolls, desserts, lemonade and coffee. Cost is $6 per person, children 8 and under $3. Plus Bake and Craft Sales and 50/50 Raffle. Proceeds go to up keep and expenses at the center.

 
  6:30PM n/a Brush By The Bay  

The Tawas Bay Art Gallery will host "Brush By The Bay" Thursday, June 28th, 6:30pm, at the Gallery, 302 Newman Street in East Tawas. The painting will be "Field Of Lavender" with Kathy Witherspoon. cost is $35 and includes materials. To register call 362-5613.

 
  7:00PM n/a Rotary Summer Concert Series  

The Oscoda Rotary Club's Summer Concert Series will be held every Thursday night beginning at 7pm in the Oscoda Beach Bandshell:

-June 28th- Blue Water Ramblers

-July 5th- Blues Abusers

-July 12th- Sunshine String Band

-July 19th-Gibson & Steel & Heart & Soul

-July 26th- Pick'n Steel

-August 2nd-The Victory Trio

-August 9th- Flipside

-August 16th- Boogie 2 Shooz

-August 23rd- Jerry Schmidt & Tipsico Road to benefit Special Olympics

 
  7:00PM n/a Sanctuary Lecture Series: "If These Waters Could T   If These Waters Could Talk: Maritime Archaeology in the St. Clair Flats, presented by maritime archaeologist Daniel Harrison From prehistory to the present, the delta of the St Clair River, aka “The Flats,” has been the scene of intense human activity. Join maritime archaeologist Daniel Harrison in an exploration of this unique and fascinating place through the transformations of the 19th century. The Westward Movement, Civil War, and Industrial Revolution all left lasting marks, as commerce, politics and technology shaped the landscape we see today. Daniel Harrison is a doctoral student in Anthropology at Wayne State University, and a reference librarian at Henry Ford College in Dearborn, Michigan. His 2012 Wayne State Anthropology MA project led to the listing of a submerged road from the War of 1812 on the National Register of Historic Places, and its inclusion in 2014 as a unit of the River Raisin National Battlefield Park. His ongoing research centers on the maritime archaeology of the Great Lakes.
 
  7:00PM 9:00PM Sanctuary Lecture Series - If these Waters Could T   From prehistory to the present, the delta of the St Clair River, aka “The Flats,” has been the scene of intense human activity. Join maritime archaeologist Daniel Harrison in an exploration of this unique and fascinating place through the transformations of the 19th century. The Westward Movement, Civil War, and Industrial Revolution all left lasting marks, as commerce, politics and technology shaped the landscape we see today. Daniel Harrison is a doctoral student in Anthropology at Wayne State University, and a reference librarian at Henry Ford College in Dearborn, Michigan. His 2012 Wayne State Anthropology MA project led to the listing of a submerged road from the War of 1812 on the National Register of Historic Places, and its inclusion in 2014 as a unit of the River Raisin National Battlefield Park. His ongoing research centers on the maritime archaeology of the Great Lakes.