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  • Easter Egg Hunt & Doggie Easter Parade, Oscoda, April 19 - Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Grace Community Evangelical Presbyterian Church (next to the Robert J. Barks library) Kids' bring your own baskets, prizes for the best dressed pup, judging three different age categories, door prizes and refreshments. Rain or shine, call 739-3424.
  • Easter Egg Hunt, Tawas HS, April 19 - This event will be held at the Tawas Area High School practice field starting at 9 a.m. Three bikes to be given away and over 1,000 other prizes. Sponsored by the Tawas Area Lions along with local sponsors.
  • Easter Egg Hunt, Lincoln, April 19 - The hunt starts at 11 a.m. at the Lincoln Fire Hall for children 0-11. Due to the time allotment participants may not start after 11:30 a.m. At the starting point every child will receive a bag and a list of the businesses that are participating in the egg hunt. When everyone is done collecting their eggs, return to the fire hall where we will have prepared hotdogs, chips and punch for the children and their families. For more information, contact Teresa at 989-739-8936.
  • Easter Party, Hale, April 19 - An Easter party will be held from 2-4 p.m. at teh Hale VFW Hall. Open to kids 12 and under. A biker raffle, games, prizes and refreshments, plus the Easter bunny will be there for pictures. For more information, call 989-728-5055.
  • Community Easter Egg Hunt, Oscoda, April 19 - Saturday from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the Children's Park, just off US-23 in AuSable Township. Open to ages up to 12. Bring your own basket. Hotdogs on the grill will also be served. Sponsored by the Oscoda Church of the Nazarene. Call 739-5870 for more information.
  • Easter Egg Hunt, Spruce, April 19 - Saturday beginning at noon for 5 & under, 12:15 for 6-10, 12:30 for 11 and older at the New Life Lutheran Church, 25 Kirche in the Woods. Kids can decorate an Easter Egg Hunting bag, color an egg, play games, do crafts enjoy snacks and meet the Easter bunny. Admission is free. Call 736-7816 for more information.
  • Shroud of Turin Presentation, Standish, April 16 - Hospice Angelic Care's Champlain, Br. Mike Whitman will give a presentation on the mystery surround the Shroud of Turin at 1 p.m. at the Seeds for the Soul located at 104 Cedar Street in Standish. A reservation is required for planning purposes, please call 362-6600 or visit www.hospiceangeliccare.com for more information.
  • Contra Dance, Alpena, April 19 - at St. Paul Lutheran Church from 7-10 p.m. Contra basics for new dancers and warm up for experienced dancers 7-8 p.m., beginners welcome, all dances taught. Welcome to bring a snack to share at the break. $5 admission and students free with ID. For more information, please visit www.inspirationalcona.org
  • Benefit Basketball Game, West Branch, April 24 - The Ogemaw hieghts staff basketball game will be held Thursday, April 24 from 5-8 p.m. in the gym at Ogemaw Heights High School. Admission is free but donations will be accepted for the Ogemaw County Humane Society. The principal superintendent, teachers and staff will play a variety of games. The Humane Society will have animals available for adoption and concessions will also be available. Call 989-343-2020, ext. 3150 for more information.
  • Spaghetti Dinner, Mio, April 25 - St. Bartholomews Episcopal Church will serve a spaghetti dinner from 5-7 p.m. Dinner includes spaghetti, salad, breads, dessert and drinks. Price is $6 for adults and $3 for children under 12. Church is located on M-72 west two miles from the light in Mio. Proceeds go to help support the church's community outreach program.
  • April Wellness Classes, West Branch, April 26 - Occupational Therapy and How we can help everyone! Featuring Kourtney Cingano, OTR/L, director of rehab at the West Branch Regional Med Center. Classes held at Living Well in Downtown West Branch.  Call for more information 989-701-2384.
  • Free Family Fun Fair, Oscoda, April 26 - Join the celebration, "April is the month of the young child". Free Lunch from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Magic shows, face painting, crafts and activities from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Recommended for families with children up to 10 years of age. Valuable parenting and community resources information and car seat safety checks. For more information, call 989-739-3424.
  • Summer Expo, Lincoln, April 26 - You are invited to participate in the Spring/Summer Expo from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the Alcona County Fairgrounds. Come be a part of a county wide gathering of merchants and organizations showcasing goods and services available to area residents. The Conservation District Spring Tree Sale and the opening of the Farm Market will be going on at the same time. The event is open to the public. Display/sales spaces are free. For more information, call 989-724-5077 or 989-335-0307.
  • Free Family Fair, Oscoda, April 26 - Saturday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Oscoda High School. Car seat safety checks, crafts and activities, parenting and community resource information, magic shows, face painting, door prizes and free lunch 11:30-1:30. Hosted by the Grace Community Evangelical Presbyterian Church. Call 989-739-3424 for more information.
  • Shoreline Players "Never Too Late", Oscoda, April 25-May 4 - The Shoreline Players presents this comedy is about a fifty-something, Edith Lambert, who is thrilled to find out that she's going to have a baby. Her husband Harry, however, is less enthusiastic. Call for show times and dates. Tickets only $10, students $5 with ID. Available at the box office and Gilbert Drugs. For more information, call 989-739-3586.
  • New 2 You Sale, East Tawas, May 10 - New and gently used items and crafts at the Knights of Columbus Hall, Newman Street, East Tawas from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Only $1 donation at the door. Donations will benefit Harbor Lights Pregnancy and Information Center of Tawas. Lunch will be available. If you have any questions or would like more information, call Doris at 989-362-8015.
  • Spring Fling, Skidway, May 10 - The Skidway Lake Area Chamber of Commerce will host a dinner and dance at the Chamber. Cost is $20 and includes dinner, dancing, prizes and drawings. Call the Chamber for more information at 989-873-4150.
  • Quilting Retreat, Gladwin, May 18 - Ladies book this unique retreat for some serious project making. A 3 day, 2 night retreat at Riverwalk Place in Gladwin. Starts at 1 p.m. on Friday, May 16 through 3 p.m. on Sunday, May 18, includes two night stay, one Oasis Spa service, Friday welcome party, sweet and salty snack bar, Saturday yogurt parfait breakfast bar, $30 at Riverwalk grill, brightly lit and spacious work room and work tables with power strips. Ironing stations will be provided, but cutting mats will not. Plus giveaways and shopping coupons. Reserve your spot today at (989) 246-8000.
  • 5K Bountiful Harvest Run/Walk, Tawas, May 24 - Saturday, Memorial Weekend. Race starts at 9 a.m. at 900 E. Lincoln Street in East Tawas. Early registration at 7:30 a.m. Entry fee, on or before May 11, $15 with T-shirt. Late registration $20. To register online go to www.tawasnewhope.com/event-items/5k-bountiful-harvest-runwalk/ or call 989-387-8463.

 

IF YOUR GROUP OR ORGANIZATION HAS AN UPCOMING EVENT, GET THE INFORMATION TO US BY EMAIL TO "announcer@wkjc.com" OR FAX IT TO 989-362-4544 OR POST IT ON OUR WEBSITE AT WKJC.COM

 

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ONGOING ATTRACTIONS:

  • Northeast Michigan Regional Farm Market, Every Week from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. starting on Saturdays until the fall season (mid October) Located at the corner of Sawyer and Westover in East Tawas. For more information, call 362-3531 or www.getitfresh.org
  • Music in the Park, East Tawas - Throughout the summer on Mondays at 7:30 p.m. at the East Tawas City Park on US-23. The members of the Tawas Community Concert Band will musically entertain you with music from the past and present.
  • Rose Valley Winery, located on Beechwood Road in Rose City   – Open Friday – Monday or by appointment. Pick up our wine at some of these outlets. Brew Krew in East Tawas, Kocher’s Market in Hale and Rose City Meat and Deli or at the store. Stop in for a wine tasting today. Check us out on the web at www.rosevalleywinery.net or call 989-685-9399.
  • Iosco County Historical Museum, East Tawas – Area history in every corner. Come in and enjoy a step back in time. Hours of operation Mon.-Fri. 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Saturday 1-4 p.m. Call for more information 989-362-8911 or visit us at  www.ioscomuseum.org
  • Tawas Bay Players Community Theatre, East Tawas – Music and comedy will fill the play bill for the season. For a small theatre the shows pack a punch! Experienced local thespians and musicians are sure to tickle your fancy at tone of four regular shows. For more information or tickets, call 989-362-8423 or check out our website   www.tawasplayers.com 
  • Shoreline Players Community Theatre, Oscoda – This non-profit organization’s goal is to promote interest in theatre by presenting theatrical productions and training in theatre arts, play direction, acting, costuming, make-up, and scenery construction & design. For current shows and tickets, call 989-739-3586 and make sure to log onto www.shorelineplayers.org
  • Arenac County Historical Museum, AuGres – Located at 304 E Michigan Ave, will be open every Saturday an Sunday through Labor Day weekend from 1-4 p.m. If you need to get in any other time, please call 876-7029.
  • Wurtsmith Air Museum, Oscoda - The museum consists of three hangers of history, including our new "Wurtsmith Room", military artifacts, static aircraft and a gift shop. The museum is open every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. until mid-September. Admission charges are $5 for adults, $3 for children under 12 years, and children under 5 years are free. The museum is air-conditioned and handicap accessible. Call 989-739-7555 during museum hours for more information.

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