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July 2017

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Mason Street Warehouse Caberet Performance

Star of Saugatuck, Michigan

Music In The Park, Saugatuck-Douglas, Michigan

Fourth of July Festivities, Saugatuck-Douglas, Michigan

Fourth of July Festivities, Saugatuck-Douglas, Michigan

Fourth of July Festivities, Saugatuck-Douglas, Michigan

Fourth of July Festivities, Saugatuck-Douglas, Michigan

Fourth of July Festivities, Saugatuck-Douglas, Michigan

Dune Rides, Saugatuck-Douglas, Michigan

Saugatuck-Douglas, Michigan

 

EXHIBIT – “ROWING THEM SAFELY HOME – LIFESAVING AND SHIPWRECKS ON LAKE MI

See America’s most famous lifesaving boat of 1850, surrounded by Lake Michigan shipwreck and lifesaving stores at the Saugatuck-Douglas History Center. Cost is free. We are located at the old school house at 130 Center St., Douglas. For more information, call (269) 857-5751 or visit sdhistoricalsociety.org

OLD SCHOOL HOUSE AND “BACK IN TIME GARDEN”

Visit Douglas’ historic Union School and stroll West Michigan’s newest garden experience—featuring a rhododendron garden, children’s garden, sensory garden, peach orchard—and more. Indoor exhibits are open seasonally. A free-will donation will be accepted. For more information, call (269) 857-5751 or visit sdhistoricalsociety.org

ARTS & CULTURAL PERFORMANCES, CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS

Year-round for all ages. Saugatuck Center for the Arts. For more information, 269-857-2399 or visit sc4a.org

CORAL GABLES COMEDY CLUB

8pm. Saturdays. Join us at the Comedy Room for an evening of laughs! Located on the lower level at Coral Gables, 220 Water Street, Saugatuck. Professional Stand Up comedy by Nationally Touring Comedians. 269-857-2162 or coralgablescomedyclub.com

1 WATERFRONT INVITATIONAL ART FAIR

10am-5pm. Saugatuck's premier fine arts fair including collection of the finest artists & creaters from the Mid-west and beyond. Overlooking Kalamazoo Lake in Cook Park. Visit saugatuckdouglasartclub.org

1 KIDS COLALITION AGAINST HUNGER – PACKING FOOD

Come to Community Church of Douglas on July 1st, at 9 am, the Kids Coalition Against Hunger will partner with an area wide group of volunteers to assemble highly nutritious, specially formulated and tasty rice-soy casseroles with 21 essential vitamins and minerals, and spend about two hours packaging food.

This is a great opportunity for families and people of all ages (5-95 yrs.!) to help feed hungry children and adults in our local communities and around the world. Last year we packaged 76,032 meals! Community Church of Douglas, 6784 Wiley Rd., Douglas. 269-857-1492 or www.ccofdouglas.org

1 WEEKEND MUSIC ON THE LAWN AT BORROWED TIME

1-4pm. Lay out a blanket, order a glass of wine, and listen to your favorite cover songs performed by Matt Hanegraaf on our lawn. Seating will be first-come, first-served, as no reservations will be taken for this event. No cover will be charged. Please call (269) 455-5256 or email hello@borrowedtimesaugatuck.com for more information.

1 – October 29, SAUGATUCK-DOUGLAS HISTORY MUSEUM 2017 EXHIBITION

Noon – 4PM Award winning museum’s 2017 exhibition is “Cold War|Hot Towns: Saugatuck-Douglas in the 50‘s, 60‘s and 70‘s”. The permanent interactive “super map” allows visitors to learn the history of sites throughout the local communities. Gift shop features local interest books and souvenirs. Special groups tours by request. A free-will donation will be accepted. Mt. Baldhead Park, 735 Park St., Saugatuck. For more information, call (269) 857-5751 or visit sdhistoricalsociety.org

1-9 MEMPHIS THE MUSICAL

This Tony Award winning rated PG13 musical bursts off the stage with explosive dancing, irresistible songs, and a thrilling tale of fame and forbidden love. Inspired by actual events, Memphis is set in the places where rock and roll was born...underground nightclubs, radio stations, and recording studios of the 1950’s. Romance sparks between a white radio DJ who wants to change the world, and a black club singer who is ready for her big break. Memphis is filled with roof-raising rock ‘n’ roll and a love story that will thrill you and break your heart! For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

1-SEPT. 3 EXHIBITION: WATER WONDERLAND: WORKS BY ALEX YANES

9am – 8pm. Step into a world awash in the colors, shape, and patterns of our glorious Great Lakes summer. Artist Alex Yanes, inspired by the water, beaches, landscapes, and people of our Lake Michigan communities creates a three-dimensional installation featuring his vibrant wood, acrylic, resin, and enamel works.For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

1, 8, 15, 22, 29 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. For more information, call (269) 857-7222 or visit sbrewing.com

2 WEEKEND MUSIC ON THE LAWN AT BORROWED TIME

2-5pm. Lay out a blanket, order a glass of wine, and listen to your favorite cover songs performed by Brad Vredevoogd on our lawn. Seating will be first-come, first-served, as no reservations will be taken for this event. No cover will be charged. Please call (269) 455-5256 or email hello@borrowedtimesaugatuck.com for more information.

4 FOURTH OF JULY FIREWORKS

Downtown Saugatuck at dusk.

4 FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION

2pm. Parade in downtown Saugatuck with line-up scheduled at 1:30pm at the Saugatuck High School.

5 CREATIVITY REVEALED: ALEX YANES

7pm. Join a guest host for a discussion with our 2017 Summer Exhibition artist Alex Yanes. Born and raised in Miami, this contemporary artist grew up surfing and swimming in ocean waters. His unique pieces are influenced by his Cuban roots and an ever-growing curiosity about all the things Miami. His combination of wood, paint, video, and found objects tell stories about his world including his abiding passion for water wonderlands wherever they’re found. Cost is Free. For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

5,12,19,26 MUSIC IN THE PARK

7-9pm. Now in its 21st season, Music in the Park features popular bands playing in Wicks Park Gazebo in Saugatuck. Family and friends are welcome to picnic and dance in this family friendly atmosphere. Rain venue is Coral Gables. Free admission. For more information, call SDABA at 269-857-1626 or saugatuckdouglas.com

5-7 FUNKY FIBERS FELT & MIXED MEDIA

9:30-12:30pm. For Children 6+. Campers will create a larger-than-life collaborative piece, weaving on a 7-foot tall custom built loom, as well as creating their own charming wall hanging using found and natural materials. Stroll around town peeking at galleries, and each day learn from a different local fiber artist. Cost is $30/snack included. Ages 6+.. For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

6, 13, 20, 27 MUSIC IN THE VINEYARDS

5:30 – 7:30pm. Enjoy live music, $1 off glasses of wine and pints of cider every Thursday evening from June 1st through August 31st. Bring a picnic or purchase snacks from the winery. For more information, call 269-561-2396 or visit fennvalley.com or contact 269-561-2396

6, 13, 20 THURSDAY CONCERT SERIES

7pm-9pm. Concert series at The Carriage House Stage at the Felt Estate. Free Admission. Food & beverage available; no coolers. Friends of the Felt Estate. feltmansion.org or 616-335-3050

6-7, 13-14, 20-21, 27-28 CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL OF SAUGATUCK

7:30pm. Saugatuck Woman’s Club. Classical & contemporary music performed by the finest regional musicians. Call 269-857-1424 or saugatuckmusic.org

7, 14, 21, 28 FARMER’S MARKET

9-3pm. Fridays, May-Sept. Locally grown produce, in-season food, baked goods and flowers. Saugatuck Center for the Arts , 269.857.2399 or sca4.org

7, 14, 21, 28 WEEKEND MUSIC ON THE LAWN AT BORROWED TIME

6-9pm. Lay out a blanket, order a glass of wine, and listen to your favorite cover songs performed by Dave & Connie D on our lawn. Seating will be first-come, first-served, as no reservations will be taken for this event. No cover will be charged. Please call (269) 455-5256 or email hello@borrowedtimesaugatuck.com for more information.

7 & 8, 14 & 15, 21 & 22, 28 & 29 VILLAGE PUPPETEERS

Noon. Now in their 10th season, The Village Puppeteers present a fast paced, high energy puppet comedy at the Saugatuck American Legion Hall, 248 Mason St. This is an audience-tested crowd pleaser that is fun for the kids, with plenty of humor for adults. Cost is only $5.00. For more information, visit villagepuppteers.com or call/text 312-787-7387.

14, 28 FRIDAY NIGHT OPEN STUDIOS

7:30-10pm. 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 School of Art from St. Peter’s Church in Douglas. Visit ox-bow.org or call 269-857-5811.

7 & 8, 14 & 15, 21 & 22, 28& 29 MAGIC TONIGHT!

7pm. West Michigan Magic presents Its fifth season of Magic Tonight, an evening of classic conjuring in SaugatuckMichael Hermann has been a practitioner of the art of astonishment for over 40 years. This fun-filled performance features feats of classic parlor magic from the Golden Age of Magic. Creative and artistic, Michael Hermann's magical "adventures" are presented with wit, witticisms, history, histrionics and absolute skill. All seats to the performance are $10.00. For more information, visit magictonite.com or call/text 312-787-7387.

8 WEEKEND MUSIC ON THE LAWN AT BORROWED TIME

1-4pm. Lay out a blanket, order a glass of wine, and listen to your favorite cover songs performed by Sarah Brunner on our lawn. Seating will be first-come, first-served, as no reservations will be taken for this event. No cover will be charged. Please call (269) 455-5256 or email hello@borrowedtimesaugatuck.com for more information.

8 SAUGATUCK-DOUGLAS ANTIQUE MARKET

10am– 4pm, rain or shine. Up to 150 quality dealers. 2nd Saturday of the month. $2.00 admission – 10-4pm. $5.00 early birds – 8-10am. Admission fees to be donated each month to local organization. Berry Field, downtown Douglas. For more info or for reservations, 616-834-8623 or www.saugatuck-douglasantiquemarket.com

8 OX-BOW SUMMER BENEFIT & ART AUCTION

Join us to celebrate 107 years of educating and inspiring artists. Experience its beautiful campus and participate in a lively art auction, featuring work from distinguished friends and alumni. For ticket info call 312-629-6158 or ox-bow.org

8 2nd SATURDAYS – ART OPENING

4-6pm. Meet J. Petter Galleries’ featured artist(s) at this complimentary artist opening and reception. See JPG's events page for more information on the artist(s) exhibiting for this monthly art event and much more!

9, 16, 23, 30 WEEKEND MUSIC ON THE LAWN AT BORROWED TIME

2-5pm. Lay out a blanket, order a glass of wine, and listen to your favorite cover songs performed by Mark Sala on our lawn. Seating will be first-come, first-served, as no reservations will be taken for this event. No cover will be charged. Please call (269) 455-5256 or email hello@borrowedtimesaugatuck.com for more information.

10 SUMMER IN THE STUDIO: ELDEN KELLY

8pm. Come enjoy Elden Kelly, who has captivated audiences across the country with his virtuosic talents, voice and a technique that is the guitarist's envy. A band leader, guitarist, composer and singer-songwriter, influenced by such diverse genres as jazz, neoclassicism, American Roots, Hindustani and Turkish music, Kelly proves impossible to pigeonhole. In addition to nylon string guitar, Kelly is known for his work on the Glissentar, an 11-string fretless guitar which conjures up sounds reminiscent of India, Africa and the Middle East, or "Indo-Turkish bluegrass." Cost is $15. For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

10-12 MIXED MEDIA PAINTING WORKSHIP

9-3:30 pm. Artist and educator Andrea Tama leads a three-day mixed media intensive. Students will be creating a layered abstraction using transparencies, collage, printmaking techniques, and handmade painted paper materials. (Intermediate skills required) Cost is $150. For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

11 WEST MICHIGAN DRUM CIRCLE

6:30 – 8:00pm. Join the West Michigan Drum Circle for its 13th season. WMDC is a 100% free event sponsored by Love. It is family oriented and kids are VERY welcome. This drum circle is geared for the beginner to novice but even the experienced drummer will have the opportunity to learn from the event and certainly to meet new friends in this great park setting. and enjoy our family oriented event. We meet in the beautiful Shore Acres Park (just in front of the Felt Mansion). For more information, contact Bret Wyngarden at bwyngard@excite.com

11, 18, 25 TUESDAY TALKS

11am-12noon. Presentation covers aspects of Saugatuck & Douglas history. Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Society. Old School House in downtown Douglas. sdhistoricalsociety.org

11, 18, & 25 SAUGATUCK-DOUGLAS HISTORY CENTER’S TUESDAY TALKS

11AM – Noon. Presentations highlight a variety of aspects of the history of Douglas and Saugatuck. Free for History Center members. $5 for non-members. For more information, call (269) 857-5751 or visit sdhistoricalsociety.org

11, 25 FENNVILLE TUESDAYS IN THE PARK

7-9pm. The Greater Fennville Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the 13th annual Tuesdays in the Park concert series. Free to the public, the concerts are provided by the City of Fennville DDA. In case of inclement weather, the event will be held at Fennville District Library. For more information, contact the Greater Fennville Chamber of Commerce at: info@greaterfennville.com

13 – 14 S.T.E.A.M. ART THAT MOVES: CREAT AN AUTOMATION

9-1:00 pm. For Children 6+. Get ready to create using S.T.E.A.M. power (science, technology, engineering, art, math) and your imagination! Campers work alongside design professionals who share their processes for creating mechanisms, electronics, models, and performance toys. Campers will have hands-on experiences in our pop-up lab to experiment with small machinery, 3D printers and designing tools. Cost is $35/snack included. Ages 6+.. For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

13 SARAH GRAHAM TRUNK SHOW

10am – 10pm. Colorado artist Sarah Graham creates beautiful jewelry, inspired by nature, using 18k gold, diamonds and cobalt chrome steel jewelry. A wide variety of her work will be on hand for two weeks only. Visit our website for more info goodgoods.com or call 269-857-1557 for more information.

13, 27 DOUGLAS SUMMER SOCIALS & HISTORY TROLLEY TOURS

5:30-9pm. Beery Field. Join us in Downtown Douglas Thursday nights in the summer for a gathering with local flair, food, music & much more! Trolley Tours will be narrated by Historical Society 5:30-8pm. sdhistoricalsociety.org or 269-857-1438

14 FRIDAY NIGHT OPEN STUDIOS

7:30-10pm. 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 School of Art from St. Peter’s Church in Douglas. Visit ox-bow.org or call 269-857-5811.

14 WELL-STRUNG

8pm. Well-Strung is a string quartet with a modern twist - playing universally recognized classical pieces while singing music hits from the likes of Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Kelly Clarkson and other pop stars. New York based members Edmund Bagnell (first violin), Christopher Marchant (second violin), Daniel Shevlin (cello) and Trevor Wadleigh (viola) derive their unique blend of vocals and strings by fusing classical music with the music of today for a wildly engaging and unique experience. See and hear why The Huffington Post calls Well-Strung "a genius mash-up of boyband and classical string quartet". Cost is $15/person. For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

14/15, 21/22 SUMMER EVENING COOK-OUTS

6-9pm. Our most popular event each year! Enjoy a relaxing evening in the vineyards enjoying great Michigan wine, food and music. We provide the grill and the meat, you provide the grill master. A buffet with picnic-style sides will also be provided. On-line reservations required. fennvalley.com or call 269-561-2396.

15 THE WILLIAM DUTCHER VINTAGE BASE BALL TEAM

2pm. Ball clubs compete in tournament at Beery Field in downtown Douglas. Dutchers vs. Elkhart County Railroaders BBC. For info and updates, douglasdutchers.org

15 ART ON CENTER

6-8pm. Stroll down Center Street in Douglas and enjoy an evening of fine art! Participating galleries will feature artist receptions, demonstrations or feature new works of art. Call for information 269-857-2175

15 STEPHEN HANSEN EXHIBIT

5-8pm. Great Moments in Art, featuring artist Stephen Hansen. Hansen’s approach is a historical exercise in the unconventional. His ever-famous “painter” becomes an “artist” who discovers the secrets of Rothko, Monet, Van Gogh and others as he integrates his little painter into the painting. For more information, go to waterstreet gallery.com or call (269) 857-8485

15 & 22 WEEKEND MUSIC ON THE LAWN AT BORROWED TIME

1-4pm. Lay out a blanket, order a glass of wine, and listen to your favorite cover songs performed by Rachel Curtis on our lawn. Seating will be first-come, first-served, as no reservations will be taken for this event. No cover will be charged. Please call (269) 455-5256 or email hello@borrowedtimesaugatuck.com for more information.

17 SWEET EDIBLE ART

9-12:00 pm. For Children 5+. Join Christina Firmiss, the local baker at Confection Perfections, for a decorating extravaganza! Explore the science of baking and have fun doing it! Campers will learn to measure and mix ingredients, roll out dough, use cookie cutters, and practice the art of elaborate frosting decorating. The result: artful creations too delicious not to eat! Cost is $20/snack included. Ages 5+. For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

17 CERATIVITY REVEALED: RUBEN AGUIRRE

7 pm. Join guest host Dakota Shayne, a native Detroit curator and contemporary artist for an engaging discussion with our 2017 Artist in Residence: Ruben Aguirre. Hear about the history of graffiti, Ruben’s journey as an artist, why and how he started creating public works, where he finds inspiration and get a sneak peek into his process. Cost is FREE. For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

18 TODDLER TUESDAY: NATURAL HABITAT

10-11am. For Children 5 and under. Small hands, big art! Children have the opportunity to express themselves through sensory play, exploring our Natural world! With a brush in one hand and grass in another, get ready to move, build and create. Cost is $20 or purchase all 6 sessions for $100. Ages 5 and under. For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

19 FARM TO STUDIO: MAKING AND BAKING WITH MICHIGAN FRUIT AT CRANE’S

9:30 -1 pm. For ages 7-14. Campers pick blueberries, then visit the Pie Pantry to learn about how fruit is sorted and selected for Crane’s blueberry pies. Next, they line up at the dough station for a hands-on experience creating a lattice-top crust for their own pies. While their pies are baking, campers will decorate pie boxes and have a lunch in the orchard. Back in the SCA studio, campers will create blueberry inspired artwork. You’ll go home with your own full pie plus your artwork! Cost is $35/full pie and lunch included. For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

21-AUG. 6 FULLY COMMITTED

9-1pm. Come enjoy the movie, “FULLY COMMITTED” – rated PG 13. You think you’re having a bad day? Meet Sam. He works the red-hot reservation line at one of New York’s trendiest restaurants, where the best food inspires the worst behavior. Fully Committed serves up a delicious helping of juicy schemes and hilarious characters that will have you laughing out loud. For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

22 FAMILY FARM FEST, 10TH ANNUAL

10am-5pm. Experience farm life in this hands-on celebration of country living! Activities the whole family will enjoy! 269-236-6312 or lakeshoreharvestcountry.com

22 LAKESHORE HARVEST COUNTRY 11TH ANNUAL ROAD RALLY

1-5pm. Previously hosted in the fall season, this family-friendly traveling scavenger hunt departs from DeGrandchamp Farm in South Haven at 1pm. The clues make everyone pay attention while traveling the backroads to see what the Lakeshore Harvest Country farms, studios, wineries and cideries have to offer during the summer season. Tour the farms, visit the animals, purchase fresh produce, sample wine and cider and discover the delights found along the Lakeshore Harvest Country trail. The rally ends at 5pm with a celebration the surprise finale location, where over 20 door prizes will be presented, along with give-aways for the kids and of course the trophy for the Rally Champion. Cost: $20 per vehicle ($15 in advance). Pre-registration is encouraged. lakeshoreharvestcountry.com

24 SUMMER IN THE STUDIO: DANIKA AND THE JEB

8pm. Come experience the phenomenal guitarist Jeb Hart's clean and sophisticated style of playing, along with Danika Holmes' smooth, soulful vocals, has created their own unique blend of acoustic pop. The music is positive and encouraging, while occasionally addressing heartbreak, showing a very real and genuine side to the singer-songwriter. Cost is $15. For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

25 TODDLER TUESDAY: SHAPES AND SHADOWS

10 – 11:30 am. For ages 5+ and under. Small hands, big art! Children have the opportunity to express themselves through sensory play, discovering shapes and shadows around them! With a brush in one hand and glue in another, get ready to move, mix, and create. Cost is $20/includes a story, yoga and a healthy snack. All children must be accompanied by an adult. For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

26 ARTIST IN RESIDENCE CAMP WITH RUBEN AGUIRRE

9:30 -11:30 am. For ages 5+. Meet our 2017 Visiting Artist, Rubén Aguirre, a Chicago-Based muralist, and dive into the world of contemporary graffiti! Explore patterns and colors that are symbolic to our community of Saugatuck-Douglas. As a family, you’ll have the opportunity to MAKE YOUR MARK on our public mural, located on the West wall of the SCA building (that which faces the public parking lot). For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

28 CHEF TASTING DINNER WITH GOLDEN BROWN CO. AT BORROWED TIME

6pm & 8:15pm Join us for an intimate chef tasting menu with five courses designed and executed by Chef Jay Mullins of Golden Brown Co. catering. Each course will be paired with a unique wine meant to enhance the flavor of each dish. "At Golden Brown Co., we create and maintain a harmonious relationship among food that is simple, real, and deliciously wholesome. We cook with intention and conscience! Together we can reconnect with the simple joys of good food." Jay & Becky Mullins We will offer two seatings at 6pm & 8:15pm, complete with wine pairings at $65/pp, excluding tax and tip. Reservations are required as space is limited, please call (269) 455-5256, email hello@borrowedtimesaugatuck.com, or reserve online at www.borrowedtimesaugatuck.com/chef-tasting-tickets

28 FRIDAY NIGHT OPEN STUDIOS

7:30-10pm. 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 School of Art from St. Peter’s Church in Douglas. Visit ox-bow.org or call 269-857-5811.

28-30 VENETIAN FESTIVAL

"Kickoff Celebration" Under the tent, Friday at 5:30pm, live music, spirits, wine and food at Coghlin Park; Saturday, 10am Art Fair, 1pm Dinghy Poker Run (boat race), 9:15pm Boat Parade and 10pm Fireworks. 616-836-5849 or saugatuckvenetianfest.org

29 VILLAGE SQUARE ART & FINE CRAFTS FAIR

10am-5pm. Over 100 artists and crafters display their work in the heart of Downtown Saugatuck. Visit saugatuckdouglasartclub.org

30 ALLEGAN ANTIQUE MARKET

8am-4pm. Michigan’s largest antique show, the last Sunday of the month, April-Sept. New dealers every event featuring every field of antiques and collectibles. Most dealers indoors or under cover – Overnight camping at fairgrounds. Admission $4. 616-735-3333, alleganantiques.com

31 FLORAL FRENZY

9:30 -12:30 pm. For ages 7-14. Campers will create their own fresh bouquets and learn about observational drawing and watercolor painting, then, with Carleigh’s help, they will dive into elaborate pattern making to create their own one-of-a-kind floral masterpiece. Cost is $20/snack included. For more information call 269.857.2399 or visit www.sc4a.org/

 
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