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Create Arts Studio closing Feb. 1; Final exhibit is tonight
Create: Community Arts Studio, a nonprofit arts and social service organization, this week announced that on February 1st the studio will be closing. A statement from the board of directors said: "We are extremely honored to have served the community these past 5 years, and the decision to close was certainly not an easy one."
The statement noted that the studio "has offered dynamic and innovative programming to the community. Create has been led by a group of dedicated volunteers and a tireless board who invested their time, energy and hearts into the studio."
Tonight, Thursday, the studio will be hosting their final Gallery: 151 Winter Art Show from 5-7 p.m. with an Artists Reception & Awards Ceremony at 5:30. On exhibit will be works of art by the Artist in Residence Program, Art Lab, Sketch Club and K-5 After School Program. The studio invites everyone who has been a part of Create to join them for the show to celebrate together.
"Thank you to our past board members and volunteers for your ongoing support, to the organizations who partnered with us and strengthened our mission, to our generous donors, and the talented artists who all contributed to the success of the studio," the board statement said. "The most important part of the studio was the children who filled the space with their love and creativity and taught us the importance of freeing your imagination and making time to dream."
Celebrate all that is chocolate at Chocolate Covered Boyne
There are many reasons to spend the day in Boyne City, but nothing as sweet as chocolate indulgences throughout downtown. Chocolate Covered Boyne is your chance to experience chocolate treats and good deals at participating businesses on February 14 & 15 during regular store hours, in celebration of Valentine's Day. This event is a great way to chase away the winter blues and indulge in delectable creations, all conveniently located in downtown Boyne City.
The event culminates in a CHOCOLATE DESSERT CONTEST
from 11 a.m to 1 p.m. on Saturday, February 15, at the Boyne City High School Hospitality Program classroom in the downtown Education Center building across the street from the library. Enter through the door on Main Street. This "tasty" competition, hosted by last year's winner, the Hospitality Class, is open to the public. Be a part of the action as our guest judges sample desserts prepared by local restaurants.
Dessert tasting will be free and the Hospitality students will have lunches available for purchase. There will be both a judges award and people's choice award, and the winners take home a trophy and chocolate bragging rights.
> Restaurants can check out the Dessert Contest details and sign up to participate by filling out this form.
> MERCHANTS & RESTAURANTS
- Email your Chocolate-Covered Boyne specials to
The earlier you send it, the longer we are able to promote it!
Please take our survey and tell us your thoughts about Annual Awards Gala
Thank you to all of the generous sponsors, business donors, volunteers and attendees who joined us for the Chamber's Annual Awards Gala on January 16 at Boyne Mountain. We ask that you please take a few moments to complete this short survey to help us in planning next year's event.
WELCOME, NEW CHAMBER MEMBERS!
Northwest Garage Door LLC
1811 Fall Park Road
Boyne City, MI 49712
Northwest Garage Door installs, repairs and services garage doors in Northern Michigan, completing the work promptly, safely and professionally. Owner George Vujnovich has 10-plus years experience in the field and is very knowledgeable.
SAVE THE DATE for our Volunteer Jambo from 4-7 p.m. on Wednesday, February 5th at the Pine Lake Lodge, upstairs from the Boyne City Taproom. The Boyne Area Chamber and Boyne City Main Street are sponsoring this event for those interested in volunteering with our organizations. Meet current volunteers, ask questions, and get involved! Spread the love and bring a friend.
Vineyard to host Chamber business networking on Feb. 20th
Boyne Valley Vineyards will host the Boyne Area Chamber's "Off The Clock" business networking social from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, February 20th. The vineyard is located just south of Petoskey at 5325 US 131 North, Boyne Falls. Off The Clock is the new name for Business After Hours, the chamber's monthly business networking event held at member businesses. Chamber members and the public are invited to attend. There is no charge for admission or refreshments, although there will be a cash bar.
At the Chamber's recent Awards Gala, Boyne Valley Vineyards was recently given the Rising Star Award, recognizing a new business that "has brought something new, stimulating and valuable to the community." The business is a family-owned and operated winery focused on the production of local cold hardy wines. Since 2016, owners Tom and Christi Mahaney have planted nearly 3,000 grape vines at their 14-acre Boyne City-area site as well as at the 25-acre property along U.S. 131 where the tasting room opened a few months ago. Tasting Room hours are 12-6 p.m. daily, closed on Tuesday.
Mark your calendar for future Off The Clock business networking:
- February 20th - Boyne Valley Vineyards, 5325 US 131 North, Boyne Falls
- March 19th - Lynda's Real Estate Service, 27 S Lake St., Boyne City
- April 16th - Catt Development, Edward Jones, and Boyne City Massage & Wellness, 1 Water Street, Boyne City
Library Children's Department wants your input via survey
Boyne District Library's Children's Department wants your input. Please fill out this survey to help us better serve you.
Also don't forget:
Monday is Toddler Tales at 9:30 a.m. for ages 0-3 years.
Tuesday is Storytime at 10 a.m. for ages 3-5 years and siblings are welcome to both storytimes.
Friends and family raise funds for Kelsie and Joe IVF effort
Friends and relatives of Kelsie King-Duff and her husband Joe have organized a GoFundMe page and a fund-raising event to help the couple pursue in-vitro fertilization with donor eggs as a way to have a family. The fund-raiser will be a fun afternoon of playing euchre from 2-6 p.m. Saturday, January 25th at the Boyne City Eagles Hall at 106 River St.
Joe and Kelsie did not want to ask friends and family for money, but we all know what great people they are and how they are always giving back. Both serve their communities everyday - Joe is a Michigan State Police Trooper at the Gaylord post and Kelsie is the executive director for Boyne City's downtown organization.
Here is their story from the GoFundMe page: Joe Duff and Kelsie King-Duff were so excited to welcome their first child last year. Up until their 18-week appointment, everything was going great. They found out they were having a boy, but also that there were major concerns with brain development. On June 25, 2019, their sweet baby boy, Jack Michael Duff, was stillborn at 23 weeks. It was determined Jack had L1 Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder. After months of testing, Kelsie and Joe learned that Kelsie is a carrier for this disorder. Since it is so rare, it is not tested for in any genetic screenings so this could not have been known prior to pregnancy. Because Kelsie is a carrier, it is likely this disorder would be passed down with each pregnancy.
They are now working with The Fertility Center in Grand Rapids, which has doctors who specialize in in-vitro related to genetic disorders. Kelsie's sister Kirsti King, who has tested negative for the disorder, has generously offered to be an egg donor for Joe and Kelsie. Although they are thrilled, this process is very costly. Costs total $20,374.30 even with insurance kicking in about $6,500.
North Central Michigan College named finalist for national award as a result of
"win-win partnership" with Precision Edge
North Central Michigan College has been named a finalist for an American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) award in the category of "Outstanding College/Corporate Partnership." AACC has selected North Central as a finalist based on the college's long-standing partnership with Precision Edge Surgical Products.
In 2014, North Central launched a mobile digital fabrication lab, the "Fab Lab," to increase the level of workforce training available to employees engaged in producing high-end medical cutting tools at regional Precision Edge Surgical Products locations. North Central and Precision Edge quickly involved the Northern Lakes Economic Alliance and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation in a unique partnership that leveraged state support for the project once hiring targets at Precision Edge were achieved. North Central bore costs to develop the program and its curriculum and worked closely with all partners to ensure curricula met industry needs.
This project has since spawned additional manufacturing and grant collaborations between North Central and the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, among others.
The winner will be announced at the 2020 AACC annual convention, held March 28-30 in National Harbor, Maryland. Full press release.
Bear River Health hosts Lions legend for addiction discussion
Luncheon is Friday, Jan. 25 at NC Michigan College
Bear River Health of Walloon Lake is organizing a Sports Impact Luncheon on Friday, Jan. 25, featuring a discussion with Detroit Lions legend Herman Moore on how addiction affects us all. The luncheon will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the North Central Michigan College Student and Community Center, 1525 Howard St., Petoskey. A private VIP Reception will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 24, at Boyne Mountain Resort. The luncheon is described as a "session of food, football, and inspiration, in partnership with the NFL Alumni Detroit Chapter. This interactive panel discussion spotlights Detroit Lions Legend Herman Moore and other former NFL Players as they share their experiences of overcoming obstacles while in the NFL and ordinary everyday life." Proceeds will go to community organizations dedicated to serving those affected by the opioid addiction crisis. Local high schools will be getting about 100 free tickets per school.
Take control of your financial future with Dave Ramsey class
Take control of your financial future once and for all with a money class that will change your life. Chamber member Kim Mettler will be leading a new Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University Class, starting at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 24, at the Boyne District Library. Financial Peace University is a nine-lesson class on money management taught by America's most trusted financial guru, Dave Ramsey. Dave and his teaching team will walk you through the basics of budgeting, dumping debt, planning for the future and much more.
Check out all the details and sign up today
Hair stylist Kim Ray joins Red Brick Salon
Kim Ray has joined the Red Brick Salon family as a stylist. Kim is a seasoned stylist with 30+ years of experience. She's from Indiana and has moved here to our great Up North. Kim is available for walk-ins, same-day appointments, and scheduled appointments. She is training with the top Paul Mitchell educators to get her up to speed with the fantastic Paul Mitchell brand. Her dedication to her career is top-notch and she is excited for a new start here with us and all of our amazing guests.
Kim is a color and hair design expert in all the latest haircuts and styling trends plus Paul Mitchell perms and color lines to bring you the latest color trends you have come to love - foiling techniques, balayage, and anything in between.
Kim is available during the salon's hours of operation: Monday 12-8pm, Tuesday & Friday 9am-4pm, Thursday 9am-8pm and Saturdays 8:30am-1pm.
> Kim is offering a free haircut with any color service through February 14th. Just mention you've read this in the chamber newsletter. Call 231-582-7792 now to experience a new look for the new year with Kim. Red Brick Salon is located at 500 N Lake St, Ste C, Boyne City.
Energy retrofit matching grants available for manufacturers, farms
Matching grants up to $15,000 per applicant for energy efficiency projects are available through two Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy programs. The grants are targeted for small manufacturers as well as agribusinesses, farms, and small businesses in rural communities. Small manufacturers are eligible for matching funds of up to $15,000 to partially cover the costs of energy efficiency upgrades through the Small Manufacturers Energy Waste Reduction Incentive Pilot. Farms, agribusinesses, and small businesses in rural communities are eligible for matching funds of up to $15,000 for energy related projects through the Agriculture and Rural Communities Energy Incentive Program.
Agreements for both programs will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis until all funding is allocated.
Full press release with details
Out of town for the winter? Check out our snow on these live webcams
||View of Water Street from Pat O'Brien webcam.
> Lake Charlevoix Live/Sunset Park, Lynda's Real Estate Service - Webcam.
> Downtown Boyne City, Brett Binkley/Pat O'Brien office - Webcam.
> Camp Michigania, Walloon Lake - Webcam.
Foundation hosts info meeting for non-profits on Jan. 29th
The Charlevoix County Community Foundation will host an informational meetings for non-profits at Boyne City Hall at 1 p.m. Wednesday, January 29th. This session will consist of a brief presentation by C3F staff about the new grant cycles in general, and then will be mostly driven by questions from our non-profit partners. If you are writing a grant for your organization this year or if you have an idea about a grant, even if you've been submitting grants for years with C3F, we encourage you to attend one of these sessions to learn about the changes and get your questions answered. We look forward to working with you and helping to answer your questions about the new grant cycles.
Importance of the census is college luncheon topic on Friday
North Central Michigan College's Luncheon Lecture series for the winter semester continues on a variety of topics on Fridays in the College Library Conference Center. Lunch begins at 11:30 a.m. and the program begins at noon.
January 24 - 2020 Census.
The census is the primary source of data on the nation's population and economy. Census data is used to determine our system of political representation, inform business investment and allocate government funds. David Springsteen, partnership specialist for the U.S. Census Bureau, explains the process, the jobs that need to be filled and more.
February 14 - The Blues. A musical genre that began in the Deep South in the 19
th century has grown to influence just about every type of modern music. Attorney Stuart Fenton was such a big fan that he hosted a weekly four-hour blues show on a Kalamazoo radio station for several years. He will give us a brief overview of some of the most influential blues artists from the very beginning through the modern era.
February 21 - S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald.
> Reservations are required. Call 231-348-6600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place for each presentation. Cost is $12.
Details on all the lectures
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at Northern Michigan Escapes -
EARLY BIRD DEADLINE to save $50 on a booth for the upcoming regional Hiring Event is January 31st. You can register now for $325, a $50 savings compared to registrations in February. Northern Michigan's largest Hiring Event will return for the third year on Saturday, April 4, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Ellison Place in Gaylord. This event is free to job seekers and a great opportunity to network with employers from multiple industries. Details and registration.
FUN, FOOD, EVENTS, ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT -
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Sunday Funday, Mommy & Me Mondays are back at Avalanche Bay Waterpark
Skip the day of rest and turn up the Sunday fun factor at Michigan's largest indoor waterpark, Avalanche Bay. Enjoy
splashing from 2-9 p.m. every Sunday for less - $20 for juniors, $25 for adults. Guaranteed to be fun for every age. This special offer is available from now through March 22.
Mommy & Me Mondays
- Avalanche Bay has the cure for your case of the Mondays. Now through March 23, create magical memories splashing Mondays from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Purchase one adult morning pass and get one junior pass for free.
RSN broadcasts Friday basketball games vs. Grayling
The Rambler Sports Network will broadcast the Boyne City High School boys and girls basketball games as they host Grayling this Friday, January 24th. The broadcast begins at 5:15 p.m. with the girls game, followed by the boys game. Click here to watch the broadcast; you will be prompted to enter your email address and a password, which is 01.24, always the date of the game. You won't want to miss all the exciting action this Friday. The Boyne City/Grayling games will be rebroadcast on NewsNet, Channel 13 for Charter/Spectrum Cable users, on Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 11 a.m.
> Here is the upcoming Rambler Sports Network winter broadcast schedule:
Jan. 24 - Boys & girls vs. Grayling
Jan. 31 - Boys & girls vs. Kalkaska
Feb. 7 - Boys vs. Traverse City St. Francis
Feb. 11 - Boys basketball vs. Charlevoix
Feb. 25 - Boys and girls vs. Harbor Springs
Vendor applications now available for summer Farmers Market
Vendor applications for the summer version of the Boyne City Farmers Market are now available here. The summer market is held in Veterans Park on Wednesdays and Saturdays from May 16 through October 17.
The indoor Winter Market
continues from 9 a.m. to noon each Saturday in the lobby of Boyne City Hall. This year-round Farmers Market is packed full of beautiful produce, greens, homemade goodies and much more.
MARKET MUSIC, thanks to Grain Train and Blissfest:
January 25 - Katherine Ryan
Library film series continues on Friday
The Friends of the Boyne District Library Film Series resumes on the first and third Fridays of January, February and March at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room.
> January 24th: The Peanut Butter Falcon, PG-13, Drama/Comedy.
After running away from a residential nursing home to pursue his dream of becoming a pro wrestler, a man who has Down syndrome befriends an outlaw who becomes his coach and ally.
> February 7th: Juno,
When precocious teen Juno MacGuff (Ellen Page) becomes pregnant, she chooses a failed rock star and his wife (Jennifer Garner) to adopt her unborn child. Complications occur when Mark, the prospective father, begins viewing Juno as more than just the mother of his future child, putting both his marr
iage and the adoption in jeopardy.
Youth basketball skills and drills clinic planned in Boyne City
Sign-up is now available for this winter's Boyne City Youth Basketball Skills and Drills Clinic, which runs on Saturdays in the Middle School Gymnasium on the following dates: February 29 and March 7, 14, and 21. This clinic is open to all Boyne City 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade students. The clinic will run from 9-10am for 1st/2nd grade and from 10-11:30am for 3rd grade. The cost is $20 and includes a t-shirt for each player. To register for the clinic, visit
Evening yoga classes held at Charlevoix Wellness Workshop
Every Monday, the Munson Charlevoix Wellness Workshop offers an evening yoga class from 5:15-6:15pm, walk-ins welcome. As always, your first class is free - then purchase an 11-class punch card for $85 for those 59 years and under and $60 for those 60 years and over. The punch card is good for all Yoga and Body Fit classes. For more information or to receive monthly class calendars, contact the Munson Healthcare Charlevoix Hospital Wellness Workshop at (231) 437-3482 or by email at email@example.com. The Wellness Workshop is located at 411 Bridge Street in Charlevoix.
Camp Daggett offers Father and Son Weekend Feb. 7-9
Camp Daggett is accepting registrations for its annual Father and Son Weekend, Friday - Sunday, February 7-9. Fathers, stepfathers, grandfathers or big brothers are invited to bring their sons (ages 7-14) for this fun-filled weekend at Camp.
Activities begin at 6 p.m. on Friday and close at 10 a.m. on Sunday. Cost is $200 for father/son, plus $50 for each additional family member. Space is limited and registration is on a first come first served basis. Participants can expect a weekend of fun and adventure as they try their hands at various outdoor activities and enjoy wild game lunches and dinners in front of the lodge fireplace.
> For additional information, click here or contact Ed Leverenz at Camp Daggett, 231-347-9742 ext 112. To learn more about Camp Daggett, visit
T.G.I.Fish Fry continues at Sommerset Pointe
The T.G.I. Fish Fry continues every Friday night at Sommerset Pointe. It's all you can eat and is served with French fries and cole slaw for just $17.
Also on the menu are appetizers Curried Chicken Noodle Soup and Caesar Salad and these entrees: Grilled Hanger Steak and Peanut-Dusted BBQ Ribs with French fries.
First Boyne Forward Happy Hour set for Friday, Feb. 7th
The all-new Boyne Forward Happy Hour launch event will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 7, at Stiggs Brewery and Kitchen. This event features business owner speed dating and special guest speaker Pat O'Brien. Watch a short video with Pat and event organizer Jamie Woodall. Check out the Boyne Forward Facebook page. If you're a business owner or represent an area business, we also invite you to come to our biz-coffee times from 8:30-9:30am on the second and fourth Wednesdays of every month at Lake Charlevoix Coffee Co. January 22nd is the next one. We get 8-12 awesome people attending on average.
Boyne Forward is a member of the Boyne Chamber. "Good Times. Networking. Connection. Innovation & Collaboration. Better Together!"
LIVE MUSIC & ENTERTAINMENT
04069 N M75,
, (231) 535-6000. Open daily @ 8:30AM
WINTER SPECIALS and promotions:
Sunday - Build your own pasta night.
Monday - Smoke house platter night. Array of our smoked meats.
Tuesday - Taco Tuesday (Chefs Choice of three weekly)
Wednesday - Half off one topping pizza night
Thursday - Fish Fry
Entertainment, 6-9 p.m.:
Fridays: January 24 & 31 - Pete Kehoe. February 14 - Ben Overbeek.
Saturdays: January 25 - Holly Keller. February 1 - Phillip McLellan
Sunday: January 26 - Sean Bielby, Feb. 2 - Sean Bielby
Mondays: February 3rd - Ben Overbeek, 10th - Sean Bielby, 17th - Ben Overbeek, 24th - Sean Bielbry.
Tuesdays: February 4, 11, 18 - Phillip McLellan, 25th - Holly Keller.
Wednesdays: Pete Kehoe through February.
Open 7 days a week: Sunday 1-9PM, Mon-Thurs 3-10PM, Fri & Sat 3PM-12AM
FISH FRY - All you can eat fish fry on Fridays, $11.99 4-10PM,
served with all you can eat fries, coleslaw & tartar sauce.
HAPPY HOUR - Thursday-Friday 4PM-6PM & Sunday 1PM-3PM,
$3 20oz Domestic Draft $4 20oz Craft Draft.
LIVE MUSIC, 9 p.m. to 12 midnight on Saturdays:
January 25th - Gibson Seal
February 1st - Northern Nites
February 8th - Yankee Station
February 15th - Gibson Seal
February 22nd - Tribe Of Chiefs
February 29th - Derailed
BOYNE CELTIC SESSION will be held from 1-4 p.m. on Sunday afternoon, February 2nd, in the Community Room of the Boyne District Library. We invite the public to come and enjoy traditional Irish music - free admission on the first and third Sundays of the month. Anyone wishing to receive a PDF of the book we use to play our music is encouraged to contact Gaeyle at 231-883-7664.
MOUNTAIN CRAWL - Every Thursday at Boyne Mountain, walk, stumble or crawl to four different bars for the all-new Mountain Crawl. Make stops at four different locations - Everett's, Trophy Room Pub & Pizzeria, Forty Acres Tavern, and Eagle's Nest - and enjoy deliciously discounted beverages and appetizers. Stop at all and receive a Mountain Crawl Hat. Participants must be 21+ to participate. The specials are: $3 domestic drafts, $5 craft beer, $5 select wine, $5 select apps. You can also enjoy live music at Forty Acres Tavern and karaoke in the Snowflake Lounge.
Forty Acres Tavern, 231-549-7270, 8-11 pm unless noted
Thursday, Jan. 23 - Eric Jaqua
Friday, Jan. 24 - Chris Calleja
Thursday, Jan. 30 - Charlie Reager
Friday, Jan. 31 - Sean Bielby
Thursday, Feb. 6 - Sean Bielby
Friday, Feb. 7 - Zeke Clemons
Thursday, Feb. 13 - Charlie Reager
Friday, Feb. 14 - Sean Bielby
Thursday, Feb. 20 - Eric Jaqua
Friday, Feb. 21 - Michelle Chenard
Thursday, Feb. 27 - Charlie Reager
Friday, Feb. 28 - Holly Keller
Stein Erickson's Family Party
Every Saturday thru Feb. 22 - DJ Roger Coates
Saturday, Jan. 25 - Zeke Clemons, 4-7 pm
Wed., Jan. 29 - Under The Moon, 8-11 pm
Saturday, Feb. 1 - The Shifties, 4-7
Wednesday, Feb. 5 - Chris Calleja, 8-11
Saturday, Feb. 8 - A Brighter Bloom, 4-7
Saturday, Feb. 15 - Pistil Whips, 4-7
Sunday, Feb. 16 - Sean Bielby, 4-7 and Tim Sato 9p-1a
Wednesday, Feb. 19 -
Saturday, Feb. 22 - Real Ingredients, 4-7
Wednesday, Feb. 26 - Zeke Clemons, 8-11
Saturday, Feb. 29 - Pistil Whips, 3-7
Snowflake Lounge, 8 p.m. -1 a.m.
DJs on Fridays and Saturdays plus Feb. 11-12
Mountain Express, 12-4 p.m. - DJs on Saturdays plus Sunday, Feb. 16.
BOYNE VALLEY VINEYARDS
5325 US 131 N,
Saturday, Jan. 25th - Tyler Parkin (2:30-5:30)
Saturday, Feb. 1st - TBD
Saturday, Feb. 8th - Tyler Parkin (2:30-5:30)
Saturday, Feb. 15th - Chris Calleja (1:30-5:30)
Thursday, Feb. 20th - Boyne Area Chamber "Off The Clock" (5:30-7:30)
Saturday, Feb. 22nd - Michelle Chenard (2:30-5:30)
Saturday, Feb. 29th - Nathan Bates (2:30-5:30)
Igloos and snowshoes are available.
, 1 Water St, Boyne City, (231) 582-8800
> Americano breakfast special - 2 eggs your way, herbed potatoes, toast and jam, and a beverage for $7. Monday through Friday, 8-11am.
> Mondays, 6-9 p.m.:
$5 pizza special and Nathan Bates performs.
> Fridays, 8-11 p.m.: January
24th - Chris Koury,
31st - Brett Mitchell. February 7th - Nelson Olstrom, 14th - Under the Moon, 21st - Ben Overbeek, 28th - Chris Koury.
> Saturdays, 8-11pm: January 25th - Pete Kehoe. February 1st - Sean Bielby, 8th - SYDNI, 15th - Michelle Chenard, 22nd - Pete Kehoe, 29th - Brett Mitchell.
Open Tuesdays-Saturdays 11-6pm and by appointment, 231-675-7605.
Closed Sundays and Mondays except Blue Mondays Open Mic Night from 7-9 p.m. (doors open at 5) on the second and fourth Mondays, hosted by Robin Lee Berry. We invite you to bring and sing or chill and listen.
Saturday, Feb. 8 - Voices Without Borders presents the 2nd Annual A Time to Shine, a celebration of entertainers of all ages, and Northern Michigan's most amazing stars. $25 VIP / $10 all seats.
Saturday, Feb. 15 - The Choir of Man combines rock, broadway, pub tunes, stomp, folk, and pop into one high-energy concert known across the globe as the "ultimate feel-good show."
Friday, Feb. 28 - Accompanied by Tchaikovsky's beloved score, join the Interlochen Arts Academy Dance Company as they present the classic story of The Sleeping Beauty.
> Pub Time - Monday thru Friday, 3-6pm. En
joy $1 off Cocktails, Craft Beer & Wine.
$2 Draught Domestics,
$12 Bucket of Domestic Bottles - 1/2 dozen on ice,
$1 Each- Ice Cold Peel & Eat Shrimp.
with Matt Hall every Wednesday, 7-9pm, teams of 1-8 people. Prizes for each week's winners, (may not to be used on the night won):
1st - $50 gift certificate
2nd - $25 gift certificate
3rd - $15 gift certificate
> Trivia Theme Night on the last Wednesday of every month. Every player who dresses with the night's theme receives 10% off their individual bill.
January 29 - Music Trivia, (Dress as your favorite musician/band!)
February 26 - 90's Trivia, (Wear some fun 90's gear)
March 25 - Television Trivia, (Dress as your favorite TV characters)
April 29 - 70's Trivia, (Wear your most fun 70's gear)
May 27 - Michigan Trivia, (Wear some gear that reminds you of our beautiful state - sports teams, mittens, Petoskey stones, etc.)
"Casa Tuesdays" - $3 Casa Margaritas, $3 Premium Drafts, $3 food features and live music 6-9 p.m.:
Tuesday, Jan. 28 - Lou Thumser
Tuesday, Feb. 04 - Donavan Daugherty
Tuesday, Feb. 11 - Brett Mitchell
Tuesday, Feb. 18 - Adam Hoppe
Saturday, Feb. 22 - The Pistil Whips on National Margarita Day
Tuesday, Feb. 25 - Blake Elliott
> NEW WEEKLY SPECIALS:
Mondays - Smoked Meatloaf, mashed potatoes, gravy, vegetable, $15.
Tuesdays - All-You-Can-Eat Smelt - Beer-battered French fries, cole slaw, $16.
Wednesdays - Smoked Chicken Alfredo and garlic bread, $12.
Thursdays - Burger & Pint Night, $10.
Fridays - Taco Trio with your choice of BBQ pulled pork or BBQ smoked chicken, $10.
> EUCHRE MONDAYS - 6 p.m. Top two weekly winners get prizes, half off Euchre Pilsner from Arbor Brewing Co.
LIVE MUSIC & events at 7 p.m. unless noted:
Friday, Jan. 24 - Eric Jaqua
Saturday, Jan. 25 -
Under The Moon
Friday, Jan. 31 - Nelson Olstrom
Saturday, Feb. 1 - Sydni K
Friday, Feb. 7 - Boyne Forward Happy Hour Launch Event, 5:30 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 14 - Something Great
Saturday, Feb. 15 - Crosscut Kings
Tuesday, Feb. 18 - Starving Artist Beer Dinner, 6:30 p.m. Starving Artist is one of Michigan's few farmhouse breweries, focused on high-quality, creative liquids to explode your taste buds. Our chef has paired their delicious brews with a unique menu of our top-selling American Wagyu beef. Enjoy 6 beers and 6 courses for a fun evening of unique pairings.
Friday, Feb. 21 - The Real Ingredients
Saturday, Feb. 22 - Under The Moon
Friday, Feb. 28 - Nelson Olstrom
Saturday, Feb. 29 - Holly Keller-Thompson
, 2670 US 131 South, Boyne Falls, 231-549-3346.
Wine, Wings, and Whiskey all 20% off every Wednesday.
LIVE MUSIC is 7-10 p.m. unless noted:
Friday, Jan. 24 - Nelson Olstrom
Saturday, Jan. 25 - The Two Beats
Friday, Jan. 31 - The Pistil Whips
Saturday, Feb. 1 - 2-Track Mind
Friday, Feb. 7 - Sean Miller
NLEA LUNCHEON - The Annual Luncheon of the Northern Lakes Economic Alliance will be held Friday, April 24 in the Matterhorn Room at Boyne Mountain Resort. More details and the keynote speaker will be announced soon for this event that typically attracts several hundred business and civic leaders.
The NLEA board will be soon be reviewing their recently completed NLEA Stakeholders Future Services Survey. With a 61% response rate, the board will have plenty of feedback on issues and trends that their stakeholders see on the horizon of the next 5-10 years.
COVER-UPS, SCHEMES, AND SECRETS will be explored at Lifetree Café on Potluck Sunday, Jan. 26. Join us at 5:30 p.m. with a dish to share. Program begins promptly at 6:30. The program, titled "Conspiracies: What 'They' Don't Want You to Know," features a filmed interview with Ross Hemsworth, a well-known radio personality and speaker at conferences addressing conspiracies and conspiracy theories. "I think those people with exploring minds are the ones interested in conspiracy theories," Hemsworth says during the episode. "For me, when I meet people who are into this subject area, they are exploring everything. They are inquiring minds, and they just want to know the truth that's out there." During the episode, Lifetree participants will be given an opportunity to share their opinions of commonly reported conspiracy theories including the JFK assassination, UFO landings, and genetically engineered viruses.
> Lifetree Café is in the First Presbyterian Church, 401 S. Park St., Boyne City. Use the Pine St. entrance. It is a place where people gather for conversation about life and faith in a casual, comfortable setting. Questions may be directed to
Elizabeth Broschart at 231-582-7983
FEB. 5TH BLOOD DRIVE - The Odawa Hotel will host a blood drive from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5, at 1444 U.S. 131 South in Petoskey. Help us reach our drive goal of 34 donations and save lives across Michigan. Sign up online or contact Marty Van De Car. Walk ins welcome, appointments preferred. Call 866.642.5663 or visit versiti.org/miblood.
|OFFICE SPACES AVAILABLE - 800sf, 1,430sf, 1,440sf, or 3,670sf of office space available. Located in a beautiful building, center of town with lake views and natural light on One Water Street above Cafe Santé. $12/sf/yr includes common area maintenance (excluding utilities, internet, and trash). Call 989-732-9722 or www.cattdevelopment.com.
RETAIL AND/OR OFFICE SPACE available on Lake Street in downtown Boyne City. Approximately 2000 sq.ft. Public parking lot adjacent. Call 517-230-0914.
- The Boyne Area Chamber's Visitors Guide/Business Directory is available as a digital magazine as well as a beautiful 4-color printed magazine. It contains interactive content, including page-turning, links to websites and video, as well as a full search function. To view the digital publication,