Community Calendar

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Band Roulette is "Whose Line is it Anyway" with musicians. Musician names are drawn from one hat and songs from another. Then, the newly-formed band performs the song on the spot. Tickets are $15 each.
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If you live in Bay, Midland, or Saginaw county, are between12 and 20, and would like to celebrate your Irish heritage, consider participating in the 2022 St. Patrick's Day Parade Queen Scholarship Pageant. Reservations required for this informational tea.
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Everything is perfectly arranged—the gown, the guests, the reception—all ready to come off without a single difficulty. Oops, there’s ONE SLIGHT HITCH … and everything possible goes wrong. You’ll love this delightful comedy.
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THE EXONERATED revolves around the stories of six former Death Row prisoners whose convictions were reversed. Their stories of injustice and eventual exoneration will haunt you long after the play is over.
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It's free fishing weekend. This event focuses on getting families outdoors and exploring Michigan's winter wonderland. Activities include fishing, wildlife watching, live animal presentations, bird feeding workshops, snowshoe hikes, and more.
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Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Elizabeth Kolbert and climate educator Jennifer Atkinson will discuss climate change Feb. 23 as part of the Delta College President’s Speaker Series. The free presentation is virtual. Registration is required at delta-edu.zoom.us.  
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The Bay City Players present "Detroit '67"

03/11/2022-03/13/2022 and 03/18/2022-03/20/2022
In 1967 Detroit, Motown music is getting the party started, and Chelle and her brother, Lank, turn their basement into an after-hours joint. But when a mysterious woman enters their lives, the siblings clash over much more than business.
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Adults and teens are welcome at the book discussion, which will take place both online and in person at the Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum at SVSU. Free books are available. Registration: marshallfredericks.org/calendar. 
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The 29th season of Bay City Noon Optimist Club Travel and Adventure Film Series concludes March 28 at 7 p.m.  at the State Theatre with the film "Cities of Italy." Tickets for single shows are available at the door for $10. All ticket sales benefit youth services and programs in Bay County.  
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The Bay City Players present "Follies"

04/22/2022-04/24/2022 and 04/29/2022 and 05/01/2022
The Weismann Theatre in New York City is being razed for a parking lot. After decades of lavish Weismann Follies, all the memories will disappear. But before that happens, Dimitri Weismann will host one last night of celebration with the stars.
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