Event Calendar
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  All Day Pioneer Power Show  

Pioneer Power Antique Tractor & Gas Engine Club's 25th Annual Show takes place at 302 West m-55, east of West Branch:

-Saturday, July 21st: "Kids Day" 11am-Tractor Pulls; 12:30pm-Purse Auction; 2pm-Kiddie Pedal Pulls; 4pm-Good Ol' Boys Country Music Show

-Sunday, July 22nd: 9am-Church Service; 12:30pm Tractor Parade

Plus Drawings, Sawmills, Blacksmiths, Carvers, Lost Arts & More! Gates Open 8am Saturday, 9am Sunday. Admission $5, 17 and under free.

  All Day Ogemaw County Relay For Life  

Relay For Life of Ogemaw County will take place at Tolfree Wellness Park in West Branch:


Saturday, July 21st: 10am-Opening Ceremony; 10am-Noon-Survivor Celebration; 10pm-Luminaria Ceremony


Sunday, July 22nd: 9:30am-Closing Ceremony


For more information call 312-0886 or visit relay for life dot org.

  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 for full schedule and calendar and to reserve a spot today!
  8:00AM 1:00PM Tawas Farmer's Market  

A Farmer's Market takes place at Gateway Park on U.S. 23 in Tawas City:


-Saturday, July 7th 8am-1pm

-Saturday, July 14th 8am-1pm

-Saturday, July 21st 8am-1pm

-Saturday, July 28th 8am-1pm


Fore more information call 909-3193. 

  7:00PM n/a Shoreline Players Youth Drama Assc.  

The Shoreline Players Youth Drama Association present the musical "Curtain Call: The Story Begins Before The Curtain Opens" at the theater, 6000 North Skeel Avenue in Oscoda:

Thursday, July 19th 7pm

Friday, July 20th 7pm

Saturday, July 21st 7pm

Sunday, July 22nd 2pm


Tickets $10, students $5. For more information call the box office at 739-3586.

  7:00PM n/a Tawas Bay Players  

The Tawas Bay Players present "Revival at Possum Kingdom Community Church" at the Playhouse on Newman Street in East Tawas at 7pm:

Friday, July 13th

Saturday, July 14th

Sunday, July 15th

Thursday, July 19th

Friday, July 20th

Saturday, July 21st

Sunday, July 22nd

Call the Box Office at 362-8373 for more info!

  9:00AM n/a Huge Rummage Sale  

When: Friday July 20th 9:00 a.m. - 4:00p.m. Saturday July 21st 9:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. BAG DAY Homemade lunch and deserts

  8:00AM 1:00PM Tawas Book Sale  

The Tawas City Library Friends will hold a book sale Saturday, July 21st, 8am-1pm, at the Farmer's Market at Gateway Park, U.S. 23, Tawas City. You pick the book, you pick the price.

  10:00AM 4:00PM Tawas Bay Art Gallery Class  

The Tawas Bay Art Gallery will host a Gyotaku, or Fish Printing Class, with betty Fahselt Senter, Saturday, July 21st, 10am-4pm, at the Gallery, 302 Newman Street, East Tawas. Cost is $25 plus $30 for supplies. To register or more information call 362-5613.

  10:00AM n/a We Honor Veterans Ride  

The "We Honor Veterans" Motorcycle Ride will be held Saturday, July 21st at Ogemaw Heights High School, 960 South m-33, West branch. 10am Bike Judging & Blessing, 11am Kick Stands Up. Registration $15 per rider. For more information call 800-992-6592.

  12:00PM 6:00PM Hale Jam Fest  

Impact Ministries presents "Jam Fest" Christian music Saturday, July 21st Noon-6pm at the Iosco County Fairgrounds on m-65 in Hale. Performing will be TSA, The Walkers, Six String Praise, Battle Kry and Genevieve Linkowski. Plus food vendors and Family Fun Zone. Free admission but a love offering will be collected to benefit Brody Story. 

  12:00PM 6:00PM Sunrise Side Wine & Food Festival  

The 25th Annual Sunrise Side Wine and Food Festival will be held Saturday, July 21st, Noon-6pm, on the hill above Harrisville Harbor. Enjoy great music, wine, beer, food, unique merchandise and art. Tickets are $15 and include a commemorative glass and five tasting tickets. For more information email Sunrise Side Wine Fest at GMail Dot Com.

  2:00PM n/a Hale Area Eagles  

The Hale Area Eagles will hold Polish Fest Saturday, July 21st 2-6pm, at the lodge, 5791 North M-65, Hale. Polish food including stuffed cabbage, pierogies, kielbasa and desserts. Plus "The Kielbasa Kings" will perform. Cost is $10 per person. All are welcome. Call 728-4283 for more information.

  5:00PM n/a Oscoda United Methodist Church Service  

The Oscoda United Methodist Church will hold an outdoor service Saturday, July 21st on River Road across from the Church. Pre-service music at 5pm, service at 6pm with music by the Peace Tones. All are welcome.

  5:00PM 7:00PM Barton City Eagles Reuben Sale  

The Barton City Eagles #4141 will be selling Reuben sandwiches for $9 each Saturday, July 21st, 5-7pm, at the lodge, 671 Sanborn Road. Call 736-3050 for more information.

  7:00PM n/a Brown Trout Festival  

KJC Country and Meijer are sponsoring Country Music Night at the Brown Trout Festival in Alpena. Saturday, July 21st Whiskey Fixx will perform in the Suez Big Tent from 7pm-1am. Admission $2, 17 and older with valid ID.

  7:30PM 9:00PM Double Feature! Big Five Dive and Crossing Lake Hu   Join the Presque Isle District Library for two amazing films celebrating our Great Lakes, one night only! Free and open to the public! "The Big Five Dive" Elizabeth Kaiser The Big Five Dive is an adventure documentary about a group of women attempting to dive one historic site in all five Great Lakes in under 24 hours, in an effort to raise awareness of women in SCUBA diving, a historically male-dominated sport and career. Set against the backdrop of some of the Great Lakes estimated 6,000 shipwrecks, this group of women show that there is a place for everyone underwater. (28 min) "Crossing Lake Huron" Corey Adkins Experience the white-knuckle thrill of three men attempting to cross Lake Huron from the Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary to Tobermorey, Ontario on nothing but stand up paddle boards. This 90-mile open water crossing travels through Shipwreck Alley and some of the most treacherous waters in the world. This is their story and what makes their charity different from the rest. (28 min)