Community Calendar

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Studio invited artists C Joanne Grabinski, Carol Irving, Marti Liddle-Lameti, and Sally Rose for this exhibit. Each artist brings a unique creative process to the exhibit, including felting, weaving, organic installation, fashion, and needle art. 
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After two years of Celebrating Pride at Home, the Great Lakes Bay Pride Festival and After Party return this year. The Great Lakes Bay Pride Festival will take place from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. June 25 at Wenonah Park in Downtown Bay City.
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The Great Lakes Bay Pride Festival After Party Drag Show takes place at The Dow Event Center, 303 Johnson Street in Downtown Saginaw. Doors open at 8 p.m. Show starts at 9 p.m. Reservations required and attendees must be at least 18 years old.
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Midland Center for the Arts, in partnership with Great Lakes Bay Pride, will host a screening of  "America You Kill Me," at 6:30 p.m. June 30 at The Center. Guests are invited to stay for a talkback with director Daniel Land. Registration is required 
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Encore Youth Theatre will take place July 11-Aug. 6. The program will run Monday- Thursday, noon to 4 p.m., except for dress rehearsal (Aug. 4) and performance days (Aug. 5 & 6). Registration opens April 11. More information is available online.   
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The annual four-person golf scramble for Disability Services Resource Center will be held July 17. Pre-registration is required. Information is available on the DSRC website.
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Dress in your best Renaissance costume (not required, but a lot of fun) for a Community Renaissance Festival at Sage Library's Pershing Park. Enjoy games as well as music from Finvarra's Wren Trio. Registration is recommended.  
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If you are a rock music enthusiast, then The Who’s Tommy is perfect for you. It started life as a rock opera on a studio double album by the English rock band The Who, in 1969. Shows: July 28-31.
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The sale is open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Aug. 4; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Aug. 5; and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 6.   
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A free fun day out with the family! The Family Summer Fun Fest has something for every family member.
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The Bottom Brothers want to write a hit play, but live in the time of “The Bard," a Renaissance rock star. Everything changes when a soothsayer predicts Singing! Not singing! Dancing! Not dancing! Shows: Sept. 23-25 & Sept. 30-Oct. 2.
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Pirates, peg legs, eye patches, parrots, and plunder. Captain Hook and Blackbeard are threats on the high seas, but it’s Long John Silver who sails supreme on the crest of the highest waves in search of treasure island. Shows: Nov. 4-6.
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A delightful evening finds young Dylan trying to re-tell a perfect Christmas from his childhood in Wales. Dylan isn't always sure of the details, but the audience can be sure of stories about a warm and wonderful family. Shows: Dec. 9-11 and 16-18.
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    When AIDS first raised its fearful head in the states, there was a world of accusation, terror, misunderstandings, and death. It took decades of denial, struggle, slow understanding, and medical advances to reach where we are today. Shows: Jan. 6-8.
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    It’s the Golden Age of Hollywood. Aspiring starlet Vera Stark works as maid to Gloria Mitchell, an aging star grasping at her fading career. As Gloria fades more, Vera becomes more noticeable. Shows: Feb. 3-5 & 10-12.
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    Two housewives are feeling lost in the shadows of their marriages and forgotten in the rush of the 1920s. They pool what money they have, ask two well-to-do, upper-class ladies to round out a vacation at a villa in Italy. Shows: March 17-19 & 24-26.
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    "Little Shop of Horrors"  is an off-beat musical that audiences have grown to love. Seymour gets a job in a little flower shop in the depths of skid row. He meets and falls in love with Audrey. Then he (ugh) meets Audrey II. Shows: April 28-30 & May 5-7.
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