Pictured below: Artist Greg Sobran recently completed his mural in the 39-seat theater at the Lyric. All three theaters now have completed artwork on the walls. (Harbor Light Newspaper photo/Mark Flemming)
Thanks to three anonymous donors, a mural in the third theater (39-seats) at the downtown Harbor Springs Lyric Theatre has been completed.
The Charlevoix County Community Foundation and the Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation announce the availability of grant dollars to support the work of area nonprofit organizations, educational institutions, and municipalities.
Exciting announcements, celebratory news, and powerful community initiatives will be the hallmarks of the second annual Harbor Springs Report to the Community, happening Wednesday, February 1 at 11 a.m. in the Harbor Springs High School Performing Arts Center.
At a recent Petoskey High School basketball game, scores of people wore white ribbons, not because their school colors are blue and white, but because the Women's Resource Center of Northern Michigan partnered with Petoskey to encourage people to get involved in helping end violence against women and girls.
The Emmet County Board of Commissioners, in its regular meeting Thursday, Jan. 12, covered a lot gound-- from discussing the role and make-up of the Ambulance Advisory Committee to approving some $273,000 in purchases by the Sheriff's Department and calling for meeting to review capital expenditures relating primarily to the two big projects underway-- a final and fourth ambulance station and the Dark Sky facility at the Headlands outside Mackinaw City.
Update Wednesday, Jan. 18: Due to a lack of quorum the Planning Commission meeting on Jan. 19 has been cancelled. ...The Harbor Springs Planning Commission will be discussing potential new language for signs put up by downtown businesses on Thursday, January 19.
I'm a fan of re-tellings, from fairy tales to mythology. Myths, after all, are the results of generations of tweaking, adding in something exciting and subtracting the forgettable to make for an unforgettable story.
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The middle school theatre program will be showing off its talents, creativity, and incredible costume/set designs through their performance of Alice in Wonderland, happening January 27 and 28 at 7 p.m. and January 29 at 3 p.m.
I'm sure that many of you read or saw the wonderful story about our neighbor, Bob, who made a quick trip outside his home on New Year's Day (meaning not wearing winter clothes) where he fell and was unable to move.