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September 2016

Fall in Saugatuck, MI

Saugatuck Harbor Natural Area, Saugatuck, MI

Crane's Orchards


 

1-30 KRUIZENGA ART MUSEUM PRESENTS “AFTER THE RUPTURE: NEW DIRECTIONS IN MEXICAN ART 1960’S – 1980’S”

Come enjoy our latest exhibition called, "After the Rupture: New Directions in Mexican Art 1960s-1980s!" The exhibition showcases work by prominent Mexican artists associated with the Rupture Generation. The entire exhibition will be presented in both English and Spanish, and a portion of the works are drawn from the collections of Armstrong-DeGraaf International Fine Arts in Saugatuck! For more information, call 616-395-6401 or go to www.hope.edu/arts/kam www.hope.edu/arts/kam

2-Oct 16 FARM TO TABLE

Life on the farm and rural scenes are on display. From egg tempera to pastels and barns to cows – see artful farm life. J Petter Galleries. For days/hours open, jpettergalleries.com or 269-857-2230.

3 MUSIC ON THE KIRBY DECK WITH DAVE AND CONNIE DEHAAN

7-9:30pm. Come and enjoy Dave and Connie D., a husband/wife team sharing their gifts of music. They bring an eclectic acoustic collection of easy listening music including: The Beatles, The Shirelles, Alanis Morissette, Queen, CCR, Sarah McLachlan, Stevie Nicks, Heart, Taylor Swift, Johnny Cash, Steve Earle, Jason Marz, Janis Joplin and Bob Dylan. For more information, call 269-857-5472 or email Mindy at: mindytrafman@gmail.com

3 CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION

12 – 6pm. Come to the party of the century as we celebrate our Centennial at Crane Orchards. Tickets are $15.00 presale and $18.00 at the door and include a Crane’s pub glass and cider/wine tasting vouchers. For more information, call Crane’s at 269-561-2297 or visit Eventbrite.com for tickets.

6, 13, 20, 27 TRIVIA TUESDAY AT STONEWALL CORNER

7:00 pm. Come enjoy Trivia Tuesday at the Stonewall Corner. Gift certificates for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place! We offer Wood-Fired pizza and Palazzolo’s Vegan Ice cream from 3-10p M, T, Th, F, Sat and Sun. Located at 312 E. Ferry St., Douglas. For more information, call (269) 344-8000

4 – Oct. 9 “TOAST” Art Opening Reception & Artist Demos

12-2pm. LaFontsee Galleries concludes their Douglas exhibition season on September 4th as they raise a glass to “TOAST” their artists and the end of summer. Come celebrate a collection of inspiring new works by many LG artists. And, yes, toast will be served. Exhibition runs through October 9th. Also, don’t miss LIVE ART DEMOS by both Megan Klco and Justin Kellner; painting demonstrations and discussion begins at 1PM during the show opening. For more information, call 616-451-3850 or visit LaFontsee Galleries for tickets.

5 CHAIN FERRY

Last day of operation.

05 LABOR DAY BRIDGE WALK, 18TH ANNUAL

9-10am. Grueling 19k starts on the Douglas side of the Blue Star Bridge and proceeds to the Saugatuck side. Community Rec, 269-857-1444.

6, 13, 20, 27 VINYASA YOGA

10:30AM - 11:30AM Bring your mat and start your day with 60 minutes of Vinyasa yoga in our yard, then stick around for brunch and mimosas. Your practice, open to all levels and led by Gina Lopez, will create opportunities for mind and body awareness while linking traditional poses to breath. Gina received her training and certification from the Mindful Vinyasa School of Yoga with an emphasis on experiential mindfulness techniques, Vinyasa yoga, and trauma sensitive yoga. Reservations are required as space is limited, the cost is $10. Please call (269) 455-5256 or email hello@borrowedtimesaugatuck.com to reserve your spot!

9 LITTLE FEET, BIG FEAT KIDS RUN

7pm, Beery Field in Douglas. Free 1K run for kids. Sponsored by the S-D Rotary Clubbrownpapertickets.com.

9 OPEN RECEPTION - KRUIZENGA ART MUSEUM

6-8pm. Kruizenga Art Museum will be holding its Opening Reception. Everyone is invited and admission is free. Light snacks and beverages will be served. This will also correspond with the De Pree Art Galleries opening reception next-door. So you can see 3 amazing shows in one location for free. For more information, call 616-395-6401 or go to www.hope.edu/arts/kam www.hope.edu/arts/kam

10 17th ANNUAL MT. BALDHEAD 5K & 15K CHALLENGE

8am, 15K; 8:15am, 5K. Races start and end at Beery Field, Douglas, at 8am on the 10th. Courses run in Saugatuck/Douglas area. Sponsored by the S-D Rotary Club. A free “Little Feet, Big Feat” kids run takes place on the 9th . Registration starts at $25. To register or for more info, mtbaldheadchallenge.com or 269-857-2570.

10 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

10 pARTy

6-8pm Enjoy the Art of Douglas during our stroll! Live performances, drinks and snacks will be available throughout downtown. For more information, douglasmichigan.com or 269-857-1438

16 PLANTING PEACE WITH DR. WILL TUTTLE

7pm. Join us at Spirit Space - 3493 Blue Star Highway in Saugatuck for an evening of original music and a lecture on Dr. Tuttle’s acclaimed #1 best-seller, The World Peace Diet. You will hear an amazing lecture and inspiring original piano music from Dr. Will Tuttle. Tickets are $10 and available at spirit-space.org

17 CLOTHESLINE ART SHOW

10am-5pm. Wicks Park, Saugatuck. Local artists display their work on clotheslines at this uniquely charming small-town event. saugatuckdouglasartclub.org

17 MUSIC ON THE LAWN WITH MARK SALA AT BORROWED TIME

2pm - 5pm. Lay out a blanket, order a glass of wine, and listen to the acoustic stylings of Mark Sala on the guitar. He'll play a mix of your favorite cover songs in our relaxed outdoor atmosphere. Seating will be first-come, first-served, as no reservations will be taken for this event. No cover will be charged.

17 ART OPENING

Meet one of this month’s “Farm to Table” exhibition artists. J Petter Galleries, Douglas. For more info, and and times, jpettergalleries.com or 269-857-2230

17 GODDESS ART SHOW FULL MOON PARTY

6-9pm. Multimedia art exhibition honoring the Divine Feminine. Marcia Perry Sculpture Studio. 269-857-4210.

18 MUSIC ON THE LAWN WITH DAVE & CONNIE D. AT BORROWED TIME

2pm - 5pm. Lay out a blanket, order a glass of wine, and listen to the acoustic stylings of Dave and Connie DeHaan, a husband/wife team sharing their gifts of music. They bring an eclectic acoustic show utilizing guitars, hand drums, and harmonica, while covering a wide range of popular artists. Seating will be first-come, first-served, as no reservations will be taken for this event. No cover will be charged. For more information, call (269) 455-5256 or email hello@borrowedtimesaugatuck.com

18 & 25 SUNDAY SALT OF THE EARTH HARVEST SEASON MUSIC SERIES

7pm. Harvest Season Music Series at Salt of the Earth. Sunday 18th will feature The Go Rounds and Sunday 25th will feature the Dave Hardin Trio. Tickets are $15/person. Please reserve your table by calling 269-561-7258

23-25 KOOREY CREATIONS GEM SHOW

11am-6:30p Friday and Saturday, 11am-5-pm Sunday. Join us for exclusive world-class gem show! Learn about gemstones, enjoy refreshments, consult on custom design and repairs with our specialist. 104 Hoffman St., Saugatuck. 269-857-8050 or kooreycreations.com

24 MUSIC ON THE LAWN WITH MARK SALA AT BORROWED TIME

2pm - 5pm. Lay out a blanket, order a glass of wine, and listen to the acoustic stylings of Mark Sala on the guitar. He'll play a mix of your favorite cover songs in our relaxed outdoor atmosphere. Seating will be first-come, first-served, as no reservations will be taken for this event. No cover will be charged.

24 LOCAL WRITER WADE ROUSE WRITING SEMINAR AT THE KIRBY

10am. Local Writer Wade Rouse will be hosting a writing seminar at The Kirby. The price is $250 and includes Wade's seminar, breakfast, lunch, snacks, and beverages. For more information, call 269-857-5472 or email Mindy at: mindytrafman@gmail.com

24 STEPHEN MOTTRAM'S "MADE IN ENGLAND" CONCERT AT THE RED BARN THEATRE

7:30 pm. Come join us at the Red Barn Theatre for Steve Mottram performing "Made in England" … and glib musings – an all new concert...at the Red Barn Theatre...this time upstairs on the main stage! All songs performed are from the UK! For more information, call 323-365-1231 or purchase tickets online at brownpapertickets.com

25 MUSIC ON THE LAWN WITH SEAN COPPERHAVEN AT BORROWED TIME

2pm - 5pm. Lay out a blanket, order a glass of wine, and listen to the acoustic stylings of Sean Copenhaver on the guitar. He'll play a mix of your favorite cover songs in our relaxed outdoor atmosphere. Seating will be first-come, first-served, as no reservations will be taken for this event. No cover will be charged. For more information, call (269) 455-5256 or email hello@borrowedtimesaugatuck.com

25 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. Admission $4. 616-735-3333, alleganantiques.com

 
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