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  • Relay for Life of Arenac County, Standish, July 11 - Do you want to help finish the fight against cancer? Then join us on Saturday at the Standish Sterling Middle School parking lot at 10 am until midnight. Garage Sale at 10:30 am, Survivor Ceremony 11:30 am, Fight Back Ceremony at 2 pm and Live Auction at 7 pm. Trick or Treating for the kids at 8 pm. Luminaria (candlelight) Ceremony at 10 pm. A fun filled day, come on out and help finish the fight! Go to or call 1800-227-2345 for more information.
  • Model A's and Model T's Car Show, Standish, July 11 - Rain or shine, join us on Saturday at the Standish Historical Depot and Welcome Center. Pre-registration on or before July 3 will be $5 or after July 3 $10.00. Lunch and Ice Cream Social will be provided FREE to all pre-registered vehicle. Era dress encouraged. For more information contact Curt Hillman at 989-846-2771 or the Depot at 989-718-3021.
  • Picnic Dinner, Omer, July 10 - Friday (the night before the Standish Model A&T car show) at the Ye Olde Courthouse in Omer at 6:30 pm. Free donations. After dinner we will cruise back to Standish for Ice Cream at Tacey's Twisty Freeze on US-23. RSVP's appreciated to 989-846-2771.
  • Relay for Life of Ogemaw County, West Branch, July 18 - Walk with friends and neighbors of this community to raise fund to help the American Cancer finish the fight against cancer. Opening ceremonies begin at 12 noon at the Irons Park in West Branch. For more information, call 1-800-227-2345.
  • Teeing Off For Kids, Hillman, July 18 - Brush Creek Mill 18 hole scramble to benefit youth programs. Shotgun start at 9 am. Fee non-members $65, members w/cart $36, members w/o cart $50. Fee includes golf, cart, prizes and luncheon. For more information, call the Thunder Bay Golf Resort, 989-742-4875.
  • Benefit Spaghetti Dinner, Lewiston, July 18 - The American Legion Riders invite you to our third annual benefit for the Paroit Place located in Gaylord. Cost is $10 includes dinner, ride and poker hand. Register at the Legion at 10 am, departing at 11 am back in time for dinner. Please join us as a way of saying thank you for all they have done. All proceeds will aid our veterans in need of assistance. Saturday from 4-7 pm. Please call 989-786-3525.
  • Sunrise Side Wine & Food Festival, Harrisville Harbor, July 18 - Join us for live music and fine arts on Saturday from noon - 6 pm. Featuring fine foods from area restaurants and samples from Michigan wineries and breweries.
  • Summer Science Camp, Genie, July 20-24 and 27-31 - The US Forest Service will host 2 free summer camps at Sprinkler Lake Education Center located between Mikado and Gennie in the Huron National Forest. The camps are for students entering grades 2 - 7 yrs. Registration deadline is June 1. For more information call Delynn at 739-0728 ext. 3032. Registration questions may be directed to Susie at 739-0595.
  • Fine Arts Day Camp, Standish, July 27-31 - The Northeast Michigan Arts Council and partially funded by the Arenac County Fund, a Fine Arts Day Camp for students eight to 13 of age will be held at the Art Center in Standish. Tuition is $25 for arts council memebers and $30 for non members, which includes class supplies and refreshments for the week-long program. For more information, contact the arts council office at 989-846-9331.
  • Vietnam Traveling Tribute Wall, Oscoda, July 22 - 26 - Wall arrives at the Wurtsmith Air Museum in Oscoda by motorcycle escort at 3:30 pm. Everyone is invited to observe the arrival. Thursday, opening ceremony is at 6 pm with special recognitions and presentations and bag piper. Friday, the reading of the 2,800 Michigan names on The Wall begins at 9 am. Free concert by the 126th Michigan Army National Guard band at 6 p.m. Saturday at 9 pm will be the candelight service and a closing ceremony on Sunday at 1 p.m. before The Wall travels to its next destination.
  • Relay For Life of Alcona County, Lincoln, July 25 - Join the American Cancer Society along with your friends and neighbors to walk for a cure. This event starts at noon at the Alcona Community Track in Lincoln. For more information, call 1-800-227-2345.
  • Summer Shooting Leagues, Oscoda, May-Aug. 3 - The Iosco County Sportsman's Club invites you to participate in their 2015 summer shooting league. Activities will commence at 6 pm on Monday, May 18 and will continue each week until Monday, Aug. 3 for a total of twelve weeks (plus one make-up shoot). The competition will be equally divided into three disciplines of trap, skeet and five stand, each lasting for 4 weeks. For more information, contact Hammie at (989) 739-7010.
  • Brownlee Lake Boat Parade of Lights, Lincoln, Aug. 1 - starts at dusk on Brownlee Lake in Lincoln. Prizes for best decorated boat, live entertainment by DJ Rex Manning. Parking to watch the parade will be available at the boat launch, beach, parkway on N. Sleeper Drive and the roads around the lake. Everyone is welcome. To participate, call Sandy at 520-909-9372.
  • Brownlee Lake Association Garage Sales, Lincoln, Sept. 4 & 5 - Proceeds to benefit the preservation of Brownlee Lake. Accepting items for donations. No wearables. Aug. 31-Sept 3 to be dropped off at 1113 Barlow Rd. between noon & 6 pm. For more information, please call 989-736-6815 or 989-736-8346.



  • Northeast Michigan Regional Farm Market, Saturdays from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. until the fall season (mid October) Located at Gateway Park in Tawas City. Bus service now available from East Tawas to Tawas City Gateway Park. Service runs from 9 am - 12:30 pm on Saturdays only. Stops include the State Dock, Bay Park Towers and Brew Krew. The NEMIR Farm Market is also held on Wednesdays in Oscoda at the AuSable Shoreline Park on US-23. For more information, call 362-3501
  • Alpena's Farmer's Market, Every Wednesday from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. behind the City Hall in Alpena. Get locally grown fresh produce, baked goods, flowers, perennials, maple syrup, honey, arts and crafts and more.
  • Music in the Park, East Tawas - Throughout the summer on Mondays at 7:30 p.m. at the East Tawas City Park on US-23. The members of the Tawas Community Concert Band will musically entertain you with music from the past and present.
  • Music in the Park, Alpena - Everyone is welcome to the Alpena City Band Concerts on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. at the Bayview Park Bandshell on State Street. The show is free, bring a blanket or lawn chair.
  • Rose Valley Winery, located on Beechwood Road in Rose City   – Open Friday – Monday or by appointment. Pick up our wine at some of these outlets. Brew Krew in East Tawas, Kocher’s Market in Hale and Rose City Meat and Deli or at the store. Stop in for a wine tasting today. Check us out on the web at or call 989-685-9399.
  • Iosco County Historical Museum, East Tawas – Area history in every corner. Come in and enjoy a step back in time. Hours of operation Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Saturday 1-4 p.m. Call for more information 989-362-8911 or visit us at
  • Tawas Bay Players Community Theatre, East Tawas – Music and comedy will fill the play bill for the season. For a small theatre the shows pack a punch! Experienced local thespians and musicians are sure to tickle your fancy at tone of four regular shows. For more information or tickets, call 989-362-8423 or check out our website 
  • Shoreline Players Community Theatre, Oscoda – This non-profit organization’s goal is to promote interest in theatre by presenting theatrical productions and training in theatre arts, play direction, acting, costuming, make-up, and scenery construction & design. For current shows and tickets, call 989-739-3586 and make sure to log onto
  • Arenac County Historical Museum, AuGres – Located at 304 E Michigan Ave, will be open every Saturday an Sunday through Labor Day weekend from 1-4 p.m. If you need to get in any other time, please call 876-7029.
  • Wurtsmith Air Museum, Oscoda - The museum consists of three hangers of history, including our new "Wurtsmith Room", military artifacts, static aircraft and a gift shop. The museum is open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. until mid-September. Admission charges are $5 for adults, $3 for children under 12 years, and children under 5 years are free. The museum is air-conditioned and handicap accessible. Call 989-739-7555 during museum hours for more information.
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