North Central Michigan College’s Student and Community Resource Center is offering an event for individuals and families to enjoy board
State Sen. Wayne Schmidt will hold coffee hours with constituents throughout the 37th Senate District during the month of January. The senator
The January 8 Petoskey Audubon program will feature Doug Klein and “The Birds of Barry County.” Doug Klein will discuss how
A public informational meeting on the proposed Cedar & Terrace Street Road Reconstruction project will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday
In honor of its grand opening celebration on Jan. 9, 1949, Boyne Mountain is celebrating 70 years with lots of family fun Jan. 9-12.
The Michigan Association of Broadcasters, in cooperation with the Michigan Association of Public Broadcasters, will provide live television and radio
Beginning Dec. 24 Catholic Services & Events The Boyne Valley Catholic Community is offering many opportunities to enrich your prayer
Share your favorite holiday tradition with family and friends! The Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra and Chorus returns to beautiful St.
North Central Michigan College’s Student and Community Resource Center offers a number of courses to the community this winter including
The Boyne Area Community Christmas project is still taking donations of non-perishable foods, new unwrapped toys, games or books, and
North Central Michigan College will be hosting a number of free farming workshops this winter on subjects including vineyards and
A spaghetti dinner benefit is scheduled for 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday Dec. 15 at Boyne City High school cafeteria to help provide funds for the family to find a new home and replace belongings.
Volunteers are needed to set up and pack Christmas boxes for Boyne Area Community Christmas. Please join us at the
The Navigating the Arts event incorporates performances of dance, music, and drama involving all age levels of Charlevoix Montessori Academy’s students—from kindergarten to high school.
Visitation for beloved Boyne City fixture Oral Sutliff is planned for 5-7 p.m. on Thursday Dec. 6 at the Boyne City
November is National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, an important time for staff of Hospice of Northwest Michigan. This national
Benefit is today 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday Nov. 28, East Jordan High School.
10th-Grade students from Boyne City and Boyne Falls Boyne wrote an essay with the prompt “If I had $100 to give to my favorite local charity which charity would you give the contribution to and why?”
The Petoskey meeting has been postponed.
Public invited to free film showing and panel discussion on Friday Nov. 30 A free screening of the movie “Rent” followed