July 13, 2017 RSS feed / Happenings

Roscommon ‘WOWs’ with Busy Weekend

The Village of Roscommon was bustling with activities More...

Full Cord to show off musical range July 19

Full Cord, a band that has been de­scribed as having an “extraordinary song base” with songs ranging from tradi­tional country and bluegrass to modern pop and big band era hits will take to the CRAF Center Gazebo stage July 19.  More...

Artesia Youth Park plans golf scramble for July 22

Artesia Youth Park will sponsor a Chip for Charity Golf Scramble July 22 at White Deer Country Club.  This year’s event benefits the “Burn the Mortgage” campaign.  The cost is $50 per person (teams of four), including 18 h More...

Chuck Koval to return to Trestle Park ‘Third Thursday’ series

Friends of Trestle Park will wel­come Chuck Koval July 20 at 7 p.m. as part of its “Third Thursday” concert se­ries.  The events are free to the public. More...

Forgotten Eagles to ‘Ride Around Michigan’

Members of the Forgotten Eagles of Chapter 3 are making their 14th annual Ride Around Michigan (RAM) again this year.  The 2017 ride is scheduled for Aug. More...

SURPRISE!

Magician Cameron Zvara scared Avery Hendershott (right) by asking her to reach into a bag to grab a scarf when he instead pushed his hand through the end of the bag. Also taking part in that portion of the show was Blake Osborn. More...

Author/fisherman Josh Greenberg to visit RTPL July 19

“Rivers of Sand: Fly Fishing Michi­gan & The Great Lakes Region” author Josh Greenberg will visit the Richfield Township Public Library July 19.  More...

Variety music show July 16 at American Legion

American Legion Post 245, Pruden­ville, will host a variety music show July 16.  The show will feature country music of the 1950s and ‘60s and “old time rock and roll” by Kountry Klass. More...

CHAMPION FORCE PROMOTIONS

Seventeen Champion Force Athletics students were promoted to their next belt level at a martial arts belt rank promotion ceremony June 7. More...

Vegetable trucks returning to county with eight giveaways

The volunteers of the Roscom­mon County Food Pantry at Proj­ect H.O.P.E. (Help Our People Eat) are preparing for the return of veg­etable truck giveaways. This is the third year the vegetables trucks have come to Roscommon County.  More...

Roscommon Seniors picnic July 19

The Roscommon Seniors will host a picnic for their monthly meet­ing.  The picnic will be July 19 at 1 p.m. at Trestle Park. Those attending are asked to bring a dish to pass.  For information, call Angie at 366-9865.   More...

KIWANIS CLUB SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS

Five Houghton Lake High School seniors received scholarships from the Houghton Lake Kiwanis Club and were invited to attend the club meet­ing June 7 to have lunch and receive their checks for $750 each. More...

‘Back to the Box’ dance generates memories of The Music Box

Devotees of the former Music Box gathered at the Houghton Lake Histori­cal Playhouse for music and memories Saturday.  More...

Annual ACT NOW picnic, meeting set for July 17

The public is invited to attend the 18th annual ACT NOW (Ad­visory Commu­nity Team – Neigh­bors On Watch) meet­ing and picnic scheduled for July 17 at 6 p.m. at the Gerrish Township Municipal Center’s outdoor pavilion area.  More...

Houghton Lake Spirit-Fest! for Body, Mind and Soul July 22

Vendors are now being accepted for the third annual Houghton Lake Spirit- Fest! More...

Legion meetings start earlier

American Legion Post 245, Pruden­ville, meets the third Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m. More...

Moolenaar announces July office hours

Congressman John Moolenaar re­cently announced office hours to be held by constituent relations representatives at locations throughout the Fourth Dis­trict.  The purpose of the office hours is to help residents in need of assistance with a fed More...

KIWANIS CLUB AT SPECIAL OLYMPICS

Seven members of the Houghton Lake Kiwanis Club traveled June 1 to the Special Olympic Games at Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant. The group set up games and prizes along with other Kiwanis groups from surrounding areas. More...

Historical film clips of Higgins Lake to be presented

The Roscomon Area Historical So­ciety will hold its next regular meeting July 18.  RAHS President Ethan Brand will make a presentation of historical film clips of Higgins Lake from 1929-1957. More...

Wellington Farm’s quilt show this weekend

Antique quilts will be among quilts on display this weekend during Welling­ton Farm’s annual Quilt Show.  More...

Michilimackinac Historical Society celebrating St. Ignace Heritage Days

St. Ignace, one of the oldest con­tinuously inhabited cities in the United States, is inviting the public to attend a celebration of its heritage, which began with its founding by Jesuit missionary Father Jacques Marquette in 1671.  More...

RCCF funds tablets at Richfield Township Public Library

The Roscommon County Communi­ty Foundation (RCCF) recently awarded an $800 grant to the Richfield Township Public Library.  The Alexa A. More...

National Night Out Aug. 1 at Roscommon’s CRAF Center

The Roscommon County Sher­iff’s Office will participate in the 2017 Na­tional Night Out Aug. 1 at the CRAF Center in Roscommon.  The event will begin at 6 p.m. at the CRAF Center located at 606 Lake St., Roscommon.  More...

Edible Experiment

TAKING TURNS Stella Logan and David Wahl work together to stretch another rubber band around their watermelon during the Houghton Lake Public Library’s “Exploding Watermelons” event More...

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