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The Harmaleighs – Music In The Park – August 9, 2018

The Harmaleighs - Music In The Park
The Harmaleighs honestly craft poetic, passionate, and powerful songs cut from a pastiche of indie, folk, pop and Americana. With “shimmering harmonies that evoke First Aid Kit and Lucius” (The Revue), The Harmaleighs make “spine-tingling, ethereally potent kind of music that gets embedded in the brain for the long haul, but that never wears out its welcome.” (East of 8th)

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7pm, Marquette Park, Mackinac Island – Free

With a spectacular backdrop, our summer concert series takes place on the lawn of a National Historic Landmark, Marquette Park, which is at the foothills of Historic Fort Mackinac downtown across from the marina. Bring a picnic and tune in for some great live folk, rock, country, blues—the best of Americana. All concerts are free. We recommend bringing a blanket or lawn chairs for your comfort.

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Thursday March 7th, 2019 - 6:03 pm

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Last Spring, The Mackinac Arts Council worked in collaboration with Mackinac Island Public School to secure a grant from the Community Foundation to take students on a field trip to see ArtPrize in Grand Rapids. This Grant was funded by the MARLEE BROWN MUSSER COMMUNITY ARTS FUND, Mackinac Arts Council and a donation from Earl Holton. The goal was to expose the students to world class art and to inspire them to interact with artwork and express themselves creatively. Among the students were the MIPS Photo Club who enjoyed taking photographs of the artwork and posing with it as well. All of the students who attended were amazed by the artwork and expressed having a great time. To explore all of the funds held at the Community Foundation and for information on how to donate, please visit our website at http://micf.org/howtogive.html ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Very wonderful. Earl Holton, the philanthropist got his start in Cedar Springs, Michigan. He started as a grocery bagger for Meijers in Cedar Springs. He worked his way all the way up to being one of the presidents of the Meijers Corporation. Sticking with a job and not job jumping paid off and he gave us all a great lesson of stick- to- it -ness

Sunday February 24th, 2019 - 4:02 pm

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