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JUNE Events for Saugatuck Douglas

June 2015

PANCAKE BREAKFASTS

Masonic Lodge: 9 am-1 pm, 1st Sunday every month. Blue Star Highway in Saugatuck. saugatuckmasons.com
St. Peter Parish: 8 am-1 pm, 2nd Sunday every month. Blue Star Highway in Douglas.

LAKESHORE ARTS ALLIANCE AUDITIONS

The Lakeshore Arts Alliance is offering auditions for All About Eve as a radio show and Calendar Girls, the stageplay. Need 4 men and 4 women of various ages. Performance dates are June 19 – 21, 26 & 27. Contact Patricia Huyge at (269)857-5300 or visit Lakeshore Arts Alliance.

1-3,7-10,14-17,21-24,28-30 SUMMER SELF-GUIDED TOURS OF THE FELT MANSION

1-5pm. Take a self-guided tour of the Felt Mansion. Always check the website events page calendar to confirm tour time and details. Admission $12 adults; $10 seniors/students; free for children 12 & under. Visit feltmansion.org.

2 WORKSHOP

6:30-9pm. Meet Patrick Rapai, Amazwi Contemporary Art’s visiting artist from Zimbabwe/South Africa, during this exclusive painting workshop based on Patrick’s unique “dimensional” style. Admission is $30 and students are responsible for bringing their own acrylic paints and canvas.

4 THURSDAYS ON THE PATIO

6pm. Live music on Thursdays, tonight is Drew Behringer at Saugatuck Brewing Company in Douglas. For more information call (269)857-7222 or visit www.sbrewing.com.

4 TEAM BINGO

7pm. Free to play, free to win with cash prizes plus a progressive jackpot each week starting at $100. Maximum 6 players on a team. Saugatuck Brewing Company in Douglas. For more information call (269)857-7222 or visit www.sbrewing.com.

4 REAL TO REEL: KEEP ON KEEPIN’ ON

7pm. Eighty-nine year old trumpeting legend Clark Terry has mentored jazz wonders like Miles Davis and Quincy Jones, but Terry’s most unlikely friendship is with Justin Kauflin, a 23-year-old blind piano player with uncanny talent, but debilitating nerves. As Justin prepares for the most pivotal moment in his budding career, Terry’s ailing health threatens to end his own. $5 for members, $7 for future members. Saugatuck Center for the Arts. Call (269)857-2399 or visit sc4a.org.

5 FIRKIN TAPPING

5:30pm. Join us for this month’s firkin will be tapped by Terry Van Dis. We’ll have $3.50 pints of Back Yard IPA at Saugatuck Brewing Company in Douglas. For more information call (269)857-7222 or visit www.sbrewing.com.

5 FARMER’S MARKET (SCA FARMER’S MARKET)

9am-3pm. Fridays, May-Sept. Locally grown produce, in-season food, baked goods and flowers. Saugatuck Center for the Arts, (269) 857-2399 or sc4a.org.

6 BREWERY TOURS

2pm each Saturday. The Saugatuck Brewing Company hosts Brewery Tours on Saturdays throughout the year. Tours include tasting and your choice of logo pint glass or growler. Cost is $7.50. At Saugatuck Brewing Company in Douglas. For more information call: (269) 857-7222 or visit www.sbrewing.com.

6-28 EVERYONE IN THE POOL

5-8pm. Join us in Douglas for the Grand Opening of our 2015 Summer Exhibition Series! Come out and view artworks in this group exhibition including Amanda Coleman, Christy DeHoog, Missy Morrow, Michael Schaefer, Judith Tummino and more! at LaFontsee Galleries, 410 Center Street, Douglas. Visit LaFontsee Galleries.

6 “4 PAWS GOES COUNTRY”

6-9pm. Annual Gala directly benefiting four local animal shelters. This year’s theme is 4 Paws goes Country. Laketown Golf & Conference Center. For more information visit 4pawsforacause.org or (616)405-9417.

6 pARTY

6-8pm. Downtown Douglas. Stroll through the galleries & shops, enjoy live music & dine in our great restaurants. Dancing in the streets encouraged. (269) 857-1438.

6 VIP FRIDAY NIGHT PACKAGE

Saugatuck Center for the Arts and Zing are serving up a sizzling summer combo with their new “VIP Friday” package for this season’s Mason Street Warehouse theatregoers. The VIP Friday package features dinner, discounted theatre tickets, and a reserved parking pass for a VIP space at the SCA. For additional details, please call (269)857-2399.

7 SALT OF THE EARTH CONCERT

Join us for progressive bluegrass with Fauxgrass. Tickets are $12. For more information call 616.644.8237 or visit fauxgrassmusic.com.

8 WINE AND UNWIND

6:30pm-7:45pm, Confined by four walls all day? Set your mind and body free with an outdoor yoga practice at Fenn Valley in the vineyard. All you need is a mat, blanket or two, water bottle, and yourself. Cost is $10 to drop in or $40 for the whole month. This will be an all levels practice. Everyone is welcome, no matter your experience. Lots of grace! For questions call 616-218-5979, emailholly@freebird-fitness.com. 6130 122nd Ave., Fennville, MI.

10 SALT OF THE EARTH CONCERT

Join us for magical contemporary folk with Breathe Owl Breath. Tickets are $15. For more information call 616.644.8237 or visit breathowlbreathe.com.

11 TEAM BINGO

7pm. Free to play, free to win with cash prizes plus a progressive jackpot each week starting at $100. Maximum 6 players on a team. Saugatuck Brewing Company in Douglas. For more information call (269)857-7222 or visit www.sbrewing.com.

12 FARMER’S MARKET (SCA FARMER’S MARKET)

9am-3pm. Fridays, May-Sept. Locally grown produce, in-season food, baked goods and flowers. Saugatuck Center for the Arts, (269) 857-2399 sc4a.org.

13 TOWN CRIER RACE

10k (8am) & 5k (9am) run/walk along historic Saugatuck.

13 BREWERY TOURS

2pm each Saturday. The Saugatuck Brewing Company hosts Brewery Tours on Saturdays throughout the year. Tours include tasting and your choice of logo pint glass or growler. Cost is $7.50. At Saugatuck Brewing Company in Douglas. For more information call: (269) 857-7222 or visit www.sbrewing.com.

13 CREATIVELY CHARGED MICRO CONFERENCE

10am-12:30pm. Join us for this exploration into design, innovation, collaboration, entrepreneurship, and how companies create the next big thing! Admission is free with mandatory RSVP. Space is limited. Old School House, 202 Center Street, Douglas.

13 COLLABORATIVELY CREATIVE MAKERS EXPERIENCE

12:30pm-2pm. Join us for an afternoon of sharing and creating with other artists as we enjoy a tour of the historic Old School House and gardens. Following our tour, the group will enjoy snacks and a casual, hands-on making opportunity. Saugatuck High School Artist Alumni will be in town for the Wise Perspective Exhibition at the Arts Center, and will be joined community members and students to make, take, connect, and create. General ddmission $30, SHS Art Alumni free. Old School House, 202 Center Street, Douglas.

14 SALT OF THE EARTH CONCERT

Join us for folk, original, and bluegrass with Ruth and Max Bloomquist. Tickets are $15. For more information call 616.644.8237 or visit ruthbloomquist.com.

14 RESTAURANT WEEK

The Interurban trolley will transport guests from restaurant to restaurant to sample a variety of delectable appetizers while enjoying a cash bar at each stop. Tickets for the event are $25 and includes trolley ride and appetizers. More details to come.

15 WINE AND UNWIND

6:30pm-7:45pm, Confined by four walls all day? Set your mind and body free with an outdoor yoga practice at Fenn Valley in the vineyard. All you need is a mat, blanket or two, water bottle, and yourself. Cost is $10 to drop in or $40 for the whole month. This will be an all levels practice. Everyone is welcome, no matter your experience. Lots of grace! For questions call 616-218-5979, emailholly@freebird-fitness.com. 6130 122nd Ave., Fennville, MI.

18 TEAM BINGO

7pm. Free to play, free to win with cash prizes plus a progressive jackpot each week starting at $100. Maximum 6 players on a team. Saugatuck Brewing Company in Douglas. For more information call (269)857-7222 or visit www.sbrewing.com.

19 FRIDAY NIGHT OPEN STUDIOS

7:30pm-10pm. National and international students, fellows and artists exhibit their work in painting, drawing, ceramics, metals, printmaking and glass. Live auction: 8pm. Art demonstration: 9pm. Free shuttle to Ox-Bow from St. Peter’s Church in Douglas, MI. Ox-Box School of Art and Artists’ Residency. Contact (269) 857-5811 or visit ox-bow.org.

19 FARMER’S MARKET (SCA FARMER’S MARKET)

9am-3pm. Fridays, May-Sept. Locally grown produce, in-season food, baked goods and flowers. Saugatuck Center for the Arts, (269) 857-2399 or sc4a.org.

20 SPRING GALLERY RECEPTION

12-5pm. A special spring exhibit of recent paintings by James Brandess. There will be food music and refreshment. James Brandess Studio & Gallery Inc. (269) 857-1937 or jamesbrandess.com.

20 DAD’S DAY GIFT SALE

All day. Gifts for Dad – on sale – and perfect for Father’s Day. Petter Wine Gallery. Call (269) 857-2230 or visit petterwinegallery.com.

20 BREWERY TOURS

2pm each Saturday. The Saugatuck Brewing Company hosts Brewery Tours on Saturdays throughout the year. Tours include tasting and your choice of logo pint glass or growler. Cost is $7.50. At Saugatuck Brewing Company in Douglas. For more information call (269)857-7222 or visit www.sbrewing.com.

20 SCA BENEFIT AUCTION

6pm-11pm, Celebrating the arts together. Don’t miss our summer benefit, one sizzling evening in support of our afforadable programming for children and adults. Fabulous silent and live packages, plus a sneak peak preview of “Cabaret”. Tickets are $175 / Patrons $250. Please call (269)857-2399 to RSVP.

21 FATHER’S DAY KAYAKING

10am-4pm. Bring Dad kayaking with you and he goes for free. Wade’s Bayou. Call (616)218-5021 or visit running-rivers.info.

21 SALT OF THE EARTH CONCERT

Join us for old time roots and new time sound with Red Tail Ring. Tickets are $12. For more information call 616.644.8237 or visit redtailring.com.

22 CREATIVITY REVEALED

7-8pm. Join us for an exclusive event with Paula Wilson, an Ox-Bow School of Art faculty member. Paula, who is an award winning printmaker, will share the story of her journey as an artist, the technique behind her dynamic printmaking process, and give a demonstration of her current works. Admission is free with mandatory RSVP.

22 WINE AND UNWIND

6:30pm-7:45pm, Confined by four walls all day? Set your mind and body free with an outdoor yoga practice at Fenn Valley in the vineyard. All you need is a mat, blanket or two, water bottle, and yourself. Cost is $10 to drop in or $40 for the whole month. This will be an all levels practice. Everyone is welcome, no matter your experience. Lots of grace! For questions call 616-218-5979, email holly@freebird-fitness.com. 6130 122nd Ave., Fennville, MI.

22-25 ROOT CAMP; AN INTERACTIVE HISTORY & NATURE DAY CAMP FOR CHILDREN 6-11

Children will learn local history and environmental issues, while gaining hands on experience of life in the 1800’s. Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Society. $100 per child/$85.00 per additional child. Visit adhistoricalsociety.org.

24 WINE ART WORKSHOP

6-8pm. Our monthly Art Workshop creating wine themed art, think corks, vines, glassware, bottles and more. Petter Wine Gallery. Visit petterwinegallery.com for pricing or call (269)857-2230.

24 MUSIC IN THE PARK

7-9pm every Wednesday evening. Family friendly event featuring award winning musicians and providing a variety of musical genres. Saugatuck-Douglas Area Business Association. Free at Wicks Park Gazebo on Water St. in Saugatuck. Contact at (269) 857-1626 or info@saugatuckdouglas.com.

25 TEAM BINGO

7pm. Free to play, free to win with cash prizes plus a progressive jackpot each week starting at $100. Maximum 6 players on a team. Saugatuck Brewing Company in Douglas. For more information call (269)857-7222 or visit www.sbrewing.com.

26 HUNGRY VILLAGE TOURS

10am-4pm. Guided Biking/Culinary Tour. From the SCA at 400 Culver St. Saugatuck. (269) 857-1700 or hungryvillagetours.com.

26 FARMER’S MARKET (SCA FARMER’S MARKET)

9am-3pm. Fridays, May-Sept. Locally grown produce, in-season food, baked goods and flowers. Saugatuck Center for the Arts, (269) 857-2399 or sc4a.org.

26-28 SEASON OPEN HOUSE

4pm. Be the first to see our new designs; enjoy refreshments & live casting demonstrations. Koorey Creations. Visit kooreycreations.com.

26-30 CABARET

Just off a wildly successful Broadway run, this updated version of Cabaret is like no other production you’ve experienced! A sexy, provocative nightclub in 1930’s Berlin is the backdrop for this dazzling, dark tale of a relationship between an English performer and an American writer. For prices and showtimes go HERE!

27 TASTE OF ART TOUR

5-8pm. A historic trolley makes it easy, delivering you to four fine art galleries. Armstrong DeGraaf features painter Yong Jo Ji and sculptures of Bill, Kevin and Alex Barrett. Armstrong DeGraaf International Fine Art, 403 Water Street Saugatuck. Free Admission, (616) 836-5875. Visit adgifa.com.

27 MUSIC ON THE RIVER

7-9pm. Enjoy a host of bands performing at various sites along our waterways!Saugatuck-Douglas Area Business Association. Contact (269)1626 or saugatuckdouglas.com.

27 SUMMER JUBILEE

7pm. Lakeshore Community Chorus. Contact (616) 405-3399 or lakeshorecommunitychorus.org.

27 WINE AND FOOD FESTIVAL

An afternoon of fun at our annual wine & food festival. Tastings in the vineyard, food and live music! Fenn Valley Vineyards. Contact (269) 561-2396 or register HERE!

27 BREWERY TOURS

2pm each Saturday. The Saugatuck Brewing Company hosts Brewery Tours on Saturdays throughout the year. Tours include tasting and your choice of logo pint glass or growler. Cost is $7.50. At Saugatuck Brewing Company in Douglas. For more information call (269)857-7222 or visit www.sbrewing.com.

28 ALLEGAN ANTIQUE MARKET

8am-4pm. Allegan County Fairgrounds. Michigan’s largest antique show, the last Sunday of the month, April through September. New dealers every event, featuring every field of antiques and collectables. Admission $4.00. (616) 735-3333, alleganantiques.com.

28 MUSIC ON THE RIVER

12pm-8pm. This new musical extravaganza will feature three bands over eight hours playing all your favorites from the gazebo on the river at Coughlin Park in
Saugatuck. It will be one big day party with a beer/wine tent and non-stop entertainment. Monies raised will be used to help make improvements to Saugatuck’s Dinghy Dock to better facilitate access for boaters to downtown.

28 SALT OF THE EARTH CONCERT

Join us for an all-woman supergroup “Stella.” Tickets are $15. For more information call 616.644.8237 or visit thestellagirls.com.

29 WINE AND UNWIND

6:30pm-7:45pm, Confined by four walls all day? Set your mind and body free with an outdoor yoga practice at Fenn Valley in the vineyard. All you need is a mat, blanket or two, water bottle, and yourself. Cost is $10 to drop in or $40 for the whole month. This will be an all levels practice. Everyone is welcome, no matter your experience. Lots of grace! For questions call 616-218-5979, emailholly@freebird-fitness.com. 6130 122nd Ave., Fennville, MI.

 

 

 

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