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Red River will headline tonight’s free concert at the Covington Pavilion. If it rains, the performance will be moved into the Multipurpose Building.
NOON – Wed/Friday Group – Portage Lake United Church, Houghton – open to the public
NOON – Reflections by the Sea – St Peters by the Sea Episcopal Church, Eagle Harbor – open to the public; meets June through September
7:30 pm – Torch Lake Group – United Methodist Church, Lake Linden – closed meeting; limited to those who desire to stop drinking
8:00 pm – We Share Group- Copper Harbor Community Center, Copper Harbor – open to the public; meets June through September
Featuring “Pat Feldhusen and Friends”
Check out the refreshments and Farmer’s Market.
Bring your own lawn chairs and enjoy the music.
The Calumet Theatre’s Movie Magic Film Series presents Finding Dory. Admission is just $1.00, and reasonably-priced refreshments are available. Kids ages 13 and younger have a chance to win a prize at each movie.
Tickets will be available at the door. Call 337-2610; or click here for more information.
This week’s Thursday program at the Chassell Heritage Center feature music from J.D. and Lori Uponen. Enjoy family-friendly songs from their albums Brown Bear Boogie and Polar Bear Polka. Kids in the audience will become involved in the show.
Admission is free, although donations to support the program are always welcome.
The Downtown Houghton Concert Series presents Boodie Creek at the bandshell at Ray Kestner Waterfront Park.
Tonight’s L’Anse Waterfront Concert will feature the acoustic guitar sound of the Greenstone. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. If the weather is bad, the concert will be moved to Meadowbrook Arena.
There is no charge, but a free will offering is taken to support community organizations.
The Hancock Canal Rock concert series presents Jan Arnold at Porvoo Park.
Canal rock concerts are free, thanks to sponsorship by the Hancock Business and Professionals Association and the City of Hancock. Artists and crafters are invited to show and sell their goods on the boardwalk at no charge.
Concerts are subject to change. For the latest details, click here.
The Calumet Farmers’ Market is held each Saturday through October at the park next to the Calumet Theatre. Choose from a wide selection of locally grown foods, fresh baked goods, and crafts.
The Hancock Tori will be open at Quincy Green in downtown Hancock. The tori operates rain or shine, and features fresh produce, locally made crafts, and baked goods.