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July 2014

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Mason Street Warehouse Caberet Performance

Fourth of July Parade, Saugatuck, Michigan

Star of Saugatuck, Michigan

Music In The Park, Saugatuck-Douglas, Michigan

Dune Rides, Saugatuck-Douglas, Michigan

Saugatuck-Douglas, Michigan

 

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.

FELT MANSION TOURS

1-5 pm, Sunday-Tuesday, May - October. Tour the Felt Mansion Estate and Gardens, for a moment back in time, a journey to an era of tasteful refinement. Children 12 and under are always free during regular tours. For more info and tour times call (616) 335-3050 or visit feltmansion.org

1 TUESDAY TALKS

11 am - 12 pm. Presentation highlights a variety of aspects of the history of Douglas and Saugatuck. Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Society. Old School House in downtown Douglas. sdhistoricalsociety.org

1-6 PRODUCTION AT SCA

Tues-Sat 8 pm & Sun 7 pm; (last performance on July 13th at 2pm). Mason Street Warehouse presents Steamheat at Saugatuck Center for the Arts, (269) 857-2399 sc4a.org

2 MUSIC IN THE PARK

7 -9 pm Live performances in the Wicks Park Gazebo, Water Street, Saugatuck. Sponsored by SABA. For more info call (269) 857-1626.

4 FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATION

2 pm. Parade in downtown Saugatuck. Fireworks at dusk on the harbor (approx 10 pm). Saugatuck Douglas Rotary Club. saugatuckdouglasrotary.org

4 FARMER’S MARKET (SCA FARMER’S MARKET)

9 am – 3 pm. Fridays, May 23-Sept 26. Locally grown produce, in-season food, baked goods and flowers. Saugatuck Center for the Arts, (269) 857-2399 sc4a.org

5 WATERFRONT INVITATIONAL ART FAIR

10 am-5 pm. Cook Park. Saugatuck’s premier summer fine arts fair, overlooking Kalamazoo Lake. Call (269) 857-4823 or saugatuckdouglasartclub.org

5 DRIFTWOOD ART EXHIBIT OPENING CELEBRATION

5-9 pm. An exhibit of works fashioned using wood found on Michigan's beaches and riversides. 13 artists showcase their creative vision using Michigan driftwood including marionettes, carvings, furniture, jewelry and more! Marcia Perry Sculpture Studio. (269) 857-4210.

5 "9 LIVES"

6-8 pm. Opening Reception (show continues thru July 30th). “Not so still life” paintings, extraordinary views of ordinary objects, Water Street Gallery. (269) 857-8485 or waterstreetgallery.com

5 BREWERY TOURS AT SAUGATUCK BREWING

2pm. The Saugatuck Brewing Company hosts Brewery Tours every Saturday. Tours include tasting and your choice of SBC logo pint glass or growler. Cost is $7.50. The tour will be available to the first 20 people to sign up. At Saugatuck Brewing Company in Douglas. For more information call or visit saugatuckbrewing.com.

5 ART & ALL THAT JAZZ

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

7 SUMMER IN THE STUDIO

8pm. Musical performances. Saugatuck Center for the Arts. sc4a.org

8-13 PRODUCTION AT SCA

Tues-Sat 8 pm & Sun 7 pm; (last performance on July 13th at 2pm). Mason Street Warehouse presents Steamheat at Saugatuck Center for the Arts, (269) 857-2399 sc4a.org

8 TUESDAY TALKS

11 am - 12 pm. Presentation highlights a variety of aspects of the history of Douglas and Saugatuck. Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Society. Old School House in downtown Douglas. sdhistoricalsociety.org

9 MUSIC IN THE PARK

7 -9 pm Live performances in the Wicks Park Gazebo, Water Street, Saugatuck. Sponsored by SABA. For more info call (269) 857-1626.

10 DOUGLAS SOCIALS & HISTORY TROLLEY TOURS

5:30-9pm, Beery Field. Live music, food & drink. Playground for children. Trolley Tours narrated by Historical Society historians 5:30-8pm. (269) 857-1438 or sdhistoricalsociety.org

10-11 CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL OF SAUGATUCK

7:30 pm Thursday & Friday, Saugatuck Woman’s Club. Classical & contemporary music performed by the finest regional musicians. (269) 857-1424, saugatuckmusic.org

11 FARMER’S MARKET (SCA FARMER’S MARKET)

9 am - 3 pm. Fridays, May 23-Sept 26. Locally grown produce, in-season food, baked goods and flowers. Saugatuck Center for the Arts, (269) 857-2399 sc4a.org

12 BREWERY TOURS AT SAUGATUCK BREWING

2pm. The Saugatuck Brewing Company hosts Brewery Tours every Saturday. Tours include tasting and your choice of SBC logo pint glass or growler. Cost is $7.50. The tour will be available to the first 20 people to sign up. At Saugatuck Brewing Company in Douglas. For more information call or visit saugatuckbrewing.com

12 GOLDSMITHING DEMONSTRATIONS

4 pm. 3rd Generation Goldsmith Grace Koorey uses the lost wax method of casting, a time honored art of melting metals. Koorey Creations, (269) 857-8050 kooreycreations.com

12 OX-BOW SUMMER BENEFIT & ART AUCTION

Join Ox-Bow as it celebrates over 100 years of inspiring artists at this annual event & auction of art work by distinguished friends and alumni. For ticket info call (312) 629-6158. ox-bow.org

12-13 THE WILLIAM DUTCHER VINTAGE BASE BALL FESTIVAL

Four Base Ball Clubs compete in tournament and includes exciting events at Beery Field in downtown Douglas. douglasdutchers.org

12-18 RAINBOW FAMILY WEEK

Douglas. Rainbow families gather for a week of fun, camaraderie & education. (269) 857-1438 or rfgl.org

15 TUESDAY TALKS

11 am - 12 pm. Presentation highlights a variety of aspects of the history of Douglas and Saugatuck. Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Society. Old School House in downtown Douglas. sdhistoricalsociety.org

16 MUSIC IN THE PARK

7 - 9 pm Live performances in the Wicks Park Gazebo, Water Street, Saugatuck. Sponsored by SABA. For more info call (269) 857-1626.

17 NATURE AND HISTORIC WALK

Series of hikes and talks about the history and natural history of the area in and around the Saugatuck Harbor Natural Area. 7 pm. Exploring the SHNA Oval Beach. For more info call (269) 857-2603.

17 RAINBOW FAMILY WEEK CELEBRATION PARADE

6 pm. Parade of parents, children and extended families in downtown Douglas. For more information, rfgl.org

17-18 CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL OF SAUGATUCK

7:30 pm Thursday & Friday, Saugatuck Woman’s Club. Classical & contemporary music performed by the finest regional musicians. (269) 857-1424, saugatuckmusic.org

18 FARMER’S MARKET (SCA FARMER’S MARKET)

9 am – 3 pm. Fridays, May 23-Sept 26. Locally grown produce, in-season food, baked goods and flowers. Saugatuck Center for the Arts, (269) 857-2399 sc4a.org

18 OX-BOW OPEN STUDIOS

7:30-10pm. Students, fellows, artists exhibit work. Painting, drawing, ceramics, metals, papermaking, printmaking & glass. Auction, 8pm. Demonstration 9pm. Ox-Bow Gallery. ox-bow.org, (269) 857-5811

18-19 SUMMER EVENING COOKOUT AT FENN VALLEY

6 pm. We provide the meat, you provide the grill master! Guests receive a sparkling wine reception, side dishes and wine with each course. Fenn Valley Vineyards. Reservations required. For reservations or more information, (269) 561-2396 or fennvalley.com

19 HUNGRY VILLAGE TOURS

10am-4 pm. Guided Bicycle Culinary Tour. (269) 857-1700 or hungryvillagetours.com

19 DOUGLAS DUTCHER VINTAGE BASE BALL

2pm vs. Fallasburg Flats BBC. Beery Field Douglas, MI douglasdutchers.org

19 TASTE OF ART TOUR

5-8 pm. Art’s a Trip. Enjoy the Ride!!...through Douglas and Saugatuck’s fine art galleries. For info call (269) 857-8485.

19 GLASS SCULPTURE

by the pioneers in the field, Dominic Labino, Charles Lowerie, Michael Angels Menconi & Harvey Littleton. Large complex pieces that excite the imagination! Armstrong DeGraaf International Fine Art. adgifa.com or (269) 857-1882

19 BREWERY TOURS AT SAUGATUCK BREWING

2pm. The Saugatuck Brewing Company hosts Brewery Tours every Saturday. Tours include tasting and your choice of SBC logo pint glass or growler. Cost is $7.50. The tour will be available to the first 20 people to sign up. At Saugatuck Brewing Company in Douglas. For more information call or visit saugatuckbrewing.com

20 SUMMER JUBILEE CONCERT

7 pm. Lakeshore Community Chorus concert at Laketown Conference Center. lakeshorecommunitychorus.org for details.

21 SUMMER IN THE STUDIO

8pm. Musical performances. Saugatuck Center for the Arts. sc4a.org

22 TUESDAY TALKS

11 am - 12 pm. Presentation highlights a variety of aspects of the history of Douglas and Saugatuck. Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Society. Old School House in downtown Douglas. sdhistoricalsociety.org

23 MUSIC IN THE PARK

7 - 9 pm Live performances in the Wicks Park Gazebo, Water Street, Saugatuck. Sponsored by SABA. For more info call (269) 857-1626.

24 DOUGLAS SOCIALS & HISTORY TROLLEY TOURS

5:30-9pm, Beery Field. Live music, food & drink. Playground for children. Trolley Tours narrated by Historical Society historians 5:30-8pm. (269) 857-1438 or sdhistoricalsociety.org

24-25 CHAMBER MUSIC FESTIVAL OF SAUGATUCK

7:30 pm Thursday & Friday, Saugatuck Woman’s Club. Classical & contemporary music performed by the finest regional musicians. (269) 857-1424, saugatuckmusic.org

25 FARMER’S MARKET (SCA FARMER’S MARKET)

9 am – 3 pm. Fridays, May 23-Sept 26. Locally grown produce, in-season food, baked goods and flowers. Saugatuck Center for the Arts, (269) 857-2399 sc4a.org

25-27 VENETIAN FESTIVAL

Friday Night Kick Off 6 -11:30 pm, Live music and beer under the big tent at Coghlin Park; Saturday, Dinghy poker run (boat race), boat parade and fireworks; Sunday, Paddle board, kayaking & more! (616) 886-1162 or saugatuckvenetianfestival.com

25-27 PRODUCTION AT SCA

Tues-Sat 8pm, Sun 7pm. Mason Street Warehouse presents Deathtrap at Saugatuck Center for the Arts. For ticket information visit sc4a.org or call (269) 857-2399.

26 GOLDSMITHING DEMONSTRATIONS

4 pm. 3rd Generation Goldsmith Grace Koorey uses the lost wax method of casting, a time honored art of melting metals. Koorey Creations, (269) 857-8050 kooreycreations.com

26 VILLAGE SQUARE ART & FINE CRAFTS FAIR

10 am-5 pm. Village Square in Saugatuck. Variety of art, crafts & handmade items. saugatuckdouglasartclub.org

26 FAMILY FARM FEST 7TH ANNUAL

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

26 BREWERY TOURS AT SAUGATUCK BREWING

2pm. The Saugatuck Brewing Company hosts Brewery Tours every Saturday. Tours include tasting and your choice of SBC logo pint glass or growler. Cost is $7.50. The tour will be available to the first 20 people to sign up. At Saugatuck Brewing Company in Douglas. For more information call or visit saugatuckbrewing.com.

26 DOUGLAS DUTCHER VINTAGE BASE BALL

2pm vs. House of David BBC. Beery Field Douglas, MI douglasdutchers.org

27 ALLEGAN ANTIQUE MARKET

8am-4pm, Allegan County Fairgrounds. 400 exhibitors, rain or shine. Admission $4. (616) 735-3333, alleganantiques.com

29 TUESDAY TALKS

11 am - 12 pm. Presentation highlights a variety of aspects of the history of Douglas and Saugatuck. Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Society. Old School House in downtown Douglas. sdhistoricalsociety.org

29-31 PRODUCTION AT SCA

Tues-Sat 8pm, Sun 7pm. Mason Street Warehouse presents Deathtrap at Saugatuck Center for the Arts. For ticket information visit sc4a.org or call (269) 857-2399.

30 MUSIC IN THE PARK

7 - 9 pm Live performances in the Wicks Park Gazebo, Water Street, Saugatuck. Sponsored by SABA. For more info call (269) 857-1626.

31 NATURE AND HISTORIC WALK

Series of hikes and talks about the history and natural history of the area in and around the Saugatuck Harbor Natural Area. 7pm. Exploring the South side of the SHNA, Mt Baldhead. For more info call (269) 857-2603.

 
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