August 9, 2007 RSS feed / Happenings

Those were the days

Village Days 2007 was declared a huge success by co-chairman Agnes Feldman Tuesday. The Houghton Lake Area Historical Society staged its 35th annual historical celebration Friday through Sunday on the Historical Village grounds. More...

'Kid Nation' comes calling

So you wanna be a staaa? More...

Kelly Miller Bros. Circus to arrive Aug. 17

The Kelly Miller Bros. Circus will stop at Houghton Lake Aug. 17 and set up camp at the Nester Auto grounds (formerly Thomas Motors). Shows are scheduled for 4:30 p.m. More...

Grant, donations help Friends continue Free Movie Night

The St. Helen Friends of the Library have received a $100 grant from the Kellogg Youth Fund through the Roscommon County Community Foundation to help sponsor their monthly Children's Free Movie Night. More...

All's fair

The Roscommon County Fair's Mud Bog attracted a large crowd to the Roscommon County Fire Training Grounds Saturday afternoon. More...

BRINGING THE DANCE

Members of Dance Company 1 from Augsburg, Germany, brighten the stage at the Roscommon High School Auditorium Aug. 3 during a program which featured both modern and classical works. More...

Noted quilters displaying works at Au Sable Center

Works by two noted quilters will be on display at the Au Sable River Center in Roscommon this month. Pat Osmond of Oakland County and Rachel Cochran of Montclair, NJ, are both summer residents of the Roscommon area. More...

Community Awareness Day offers bike rodeo, free helmets

Free helmets will be available during a bike rodeo at Community Awareness Day Aug. 15 in the parking lot of the Markey Community Baptist Church. The event is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and is free to all ages. More...

Car show part of MMCC event

In addition to great food and family entertainment, Mid Michigan Community College's 15th Annual Barbecue and Fall Festival will again host a classic car and motorcycle show. The annual scholarship fund-raiser will be held Sept. More...

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