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Ongoing Events and Notices:

Tahqua-Land Theatre is playing 
Avengers: Age of UltronFriday, May 1st through Thursday, May 15th at 7pm only daily.

 

The Dawg Haus Bed 'N Biscuit will be closed on April 13th through as late as Memorial Day. Please visit www.dogboarding.com for nearby kennels.

Monday:
Commodity Supplemental Food Program, 2014 Monthly Distribution Schedule:  The following Mondays: 4/27  at the following locations:  Newberry (alley behind McMillan Township Bldg) from 10am-11am;  Engadine (Garfield Township Hall) from 11:30am-Noon;  Curtis (Portage Township Hall) from 12:30-1pm.  For more information call 906-293-5621 or 1-800-562-4963.  During the month of November you must renew your food cards at the C-L-M office.

First Baptist Church Baby Pantry, 2nd and 4th Monday of each month Sept. - May and the 2nd Monday of each Month June, July & August from 11am-1pm at The First Baptist Church, 116 E. McMillan, Newberry. Use entrance off Handy St. For parents of children ages 2 and under. For more information call 906-293-5641 Tuesday-Friday from 10am-noon. May 2015 the dates for the Baby Pantry will be May 11th & 26th.

Women's Support Group, 2nd and 4th Monday of each month, 4:00pm in the small courtroom of the Luce County Court House, and is hosted by the Diane Peppler Resource Center.  This group provides support to women who are victims or survivors of domestic violence. The support is free and confidential. For more information, contact Stephanie at 293-4853 or hogue@dprcenter.org

The Alzheimer Caregivers Support Group will meet at the Huron room at Helen Newberry Joy Hospital, 502 W. Harrie St, Newberry, MI on the second and fourth Monday of every month from 6pm-7pm.  For more information please call Tim Fillmore at 906-293-9156. 

Tuesday:  
Newberry American Legion Post 74 will be hosting Euchre, 6:00 pm.  Public welcome - minimal entry fee.  For more information call The Newberry American Legion Post 74 at 293-8711.

Great Lakes Recovery Center provides Peer Support Services in the Newberry area. Peer Support focuses on providing an environment where people from the community, who are living in recovery, work with people who are currently receiving treatment for a substance abuse disorder. These Community based Peer Recovery Specialists serve as a resource and support system for others who are currently in treatment and who are living in recovery. Group meetings 6:30pm-8:00pm, individuals are by appointment. Call (906) 632-9809 to schedule or 906-293-1622 for more information.


Thursday:

"Free Community Fellowship Meal"  The Free Community Fellowship Meal will be served from 5:00-6:30pm at the Newberry First Presbyterian Church 113 West John Street on the third Thursday of each month.  In addition to the meal there will also be activities for kids. Everyone is welcome to join for the meal, however no meals will be served to go.  For more information please contact the First Presbyterian Church at 293-5631.

Great Lakes Recovery Center provides Peer Support Services in the Newberry area. Peer Support focuses on providing an environment where people from the community, who are living in recovery, work with people who are currently receiving treatment for a substance abuse disorder. These Community based Peer Recovery Specialists serve as a resource and support system for others who are currently in treatment and who are living in recovery.11:30am-1pm, and individuals are by appointment. Call (906) 632-9809 to schedule or 906-293-1622 for more information.

Monday-Friday:
Waterfront Gallery & Gift Shop, Erickson Center for the Arts, Curtis. Explore the works of area artists. Open during office hours and special events. A wide variety of handcrafted art is available for purchase. For more information email info@ericksoncenter.org or call 906-586-9974.

WIC Clinics scheduled each week at LMAS District Health Department.  Please call 293-5107 ext.324 for more information.
 
The Tahquamenon Area Recreation Authority has broken ground on the Tahquamenon Outdoor Recreation Complex (TORC)!  Now they need local help and are asking for people to sponsor a panel of synthetic ice for $200 per panel, which is then MATCHED through a pending state grant with an additional $200. All contributions will be acknowledged on a permanent placque at the TORC. For more information please see www.torcitup.com or go to their facebook page:  torcitup.  


Community Calendar

Wednesdays, April 15 - May 27th (7 weeks)
Dance with Rebecca Hicks Cost: $70

Preschool (ages 4-6) 6:00pm-6:45pm    Elementary ages (7-12) 6:45-7:30pm
Classes will be a combination of ballet basics and contemporary Jazz elements

Saturday, April 18
Marbling on Paper with Heidi Finley
The age-old craft where color is swirled on the surface of water, tooled into beautiful, intricate patterns, and then a one of a kind contract print is made on paper.
Cost: $85.00

Monday, April 20
Anderson, Tackman & Company Presents:
Organization Responsibilities to Donors, Seminar for Non-Profits
Held from 10:00am - 1:00pm at the Crows Nest inside the LSSU Cisler Center
No cost - Lunch included - RSVP required.

Tuesday, April 21
Newberry American Legion Post 74 will be hosting Euchre, 6:00 pm.  Public welcome - minimal entry fee.  For more information call The Newberry American Legion Post 74 at 293-8711. 

Friday, April 24
Legion Service Officer Visits Upper Peninsula
Tripp Cantwell, the American Legion's Department acting Service Officer is making his monthly visit to the Upper Peninsula to assist veterans with claims preparation, presentation, and appeal counsel.
He is scheduled to be in Newberry Friday, April 24th at the Newberry American Legion Post from 9:00am to 4:00pm

Additional locations and dates: Manistique American Legion - Monday, April 20th from 9:00am to noon. Rapid River American Legion Post 21 - 1:30pm - 4:00pm.
  Marquette American Legion Post (700 West Bluff St.) - Thursday, April 23rd from 9:00am to noon.  Munising American Legion Post from 1:30pm - 4:00pm.

Friday, April 24
Luce County Veterans Service Afternoon Tea
2:00-4:00pm at the Newberry United Methodist Church 110 W Harrie St.

Saturday, April 25
Zentangle with Penny Nantell from 10:00am-12:00pm
Cost: Adults $35.00    Children 10+ $25.00 (must be accompanied by an adult)
In this class you will learn the basics of creating a Zendala. You will learn 7 to 8 patterns to use in your designs and will complete 2 stepout sheets. A Zendala Tangle kit is included in the price of the class and includes a blank Zendala to take home. A Zendala is a tangled Madala. A stepout sheet is a sheet where each pattern is broken down into steps.

Sunday, April 26
Erickson Centerfor the Fine Arts welcomes Derek Yaple-Schobert. He will take you on a musical journey naunced with his engaging commentary. There will be a Piano Recital of the works by: Beethoven, Bourdeau, Debussy, Mozart, and Grieg.
Starting at 3:00pm. Admission is free but donations are welcomed

Monday, April 27
Women's Support Group, 4:00pm in the small courtroom of the Luce County Court House, and is hosted by the Diane Peppler Resource Center.  This group provides support to women who are victims or survivors of domestic violence. The support is free and confidential. For more information, contact Stephanie at 293-4853 or hogue@dprcenter.org

 The Alzheimer Caregivers Support Group will meet at the Huron room at Helen Newberry Joy Hospital, 502 W. Harrie St, Newberry, MI  from 6pm-7pm.  For more information please call Tim Fillmore at 906-293-9156. 

Tuesday, April 28
Newberry American Legion Post 74 will be hosting Euchre, 6:00 pm.  Public welcome - minimal entry fee.  For more information call The Newberry American Legion Post 74 at 293-8711.

Tuesday, April 28
School Sport Screenings at HNJH. First come first serve - no appointment needed. Place: Gibson Family Health Center  Cost: $5
You will need completed MHSAA medical history form. (Under 18, form must be signed by parent or guardian). Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Thursday, April 30
RFL Kick-off Party
Come join the fun and learn how to get involved in the fight vs. cancer! Tahquamenon Area Relay for Life will be held August 21st & 22nd.
For more information contact Merida Royster 322-7533

Monday, May 4
Blood Drive from 2:00 -5:45pm. Register at the HNJH Huron Conference Room at the east end parking lot of the hospital.

Thursday, May 7
How To Increase Your Online Presence with TripAdvisor, Google My Business & Yelp
A Complimentary Workshop from 1:00pm - 3:00pm at Great Waters Coffee Co. in downtown Newberry, MI
RSVP: Katie Elward, Communications Intern Phone: (906)226-1659 Email: kelwart@northerninitiatives.org
Please bring a laptop, and a checklist of items will be provided once you have registered.

Monday, May 11
The Caregivers Support Group will meet at the Huronroom at Helen Newberry JoyHospital, 502 W. Harrie St., Newberry MI.

Wednesday, May 13
Pancake Dinner - General Federation Woman's Club
At McDonalds from 4:00 - 7:00pm
2 Scholarships for Math and Science

Thursday, May 14
8th Annual Sven Heikkinen Memorial 2015 Golf Tournament
$80/person - 4 person scramble
11:00am shotgun start.
For more information you can call (906) 632-3700

Saturday, May 16th
Cooking Class with Rachel Mills from 10:00am - 12:00pm
Cost: $20.00
"Seasonal & Simple", a cooking class taught by Rachel Mills utilizing Middle Eastern cuisine as inspiration for health, simple meals. In this class you will learn to prepare and cook meals using ingredients available in Northern Climate. Includes a hands-on pickling component: students wil learn a simple pickling method and take home a jar of their own.

T.L.C. Spa Day
Relax, Refresh, Renew - Various massages, nail polish and art, ear candling, facials, spa drinks, hors d'oeuvres and raffle baskets
For additional information you can call Marlynn Hughes at 586-6002 or pick up information at Pickelman's Pantry on M-28

Saturday and Sunday, May 22 & 23
Lumberjack Breakfast - All you can eat from 7:00am - noon
Cost: $7.50 for adults - $5.00 for children ages 6-12 - Under 5 years old FREE
Location: Tahquamenon Logging Museum

Saturday, May 23
Beginner Photography with Rebecca Kenny from 10:00am-12:00pm
Cost: $30.00 (includes printing fee)
Learn how to use your camera! Understanding the functions of your camera and learn to shoot manually. In addition, learn basic editing skills to enhance your photographs and leave with your photographs you took and edited.

Monday, May 25
The Caregivers Support Group will meet at the Huron room at Helen Newberry JoyHospital, 502 W. Harrie St., Newberry MI.

Friday, May 29
Sault Area Chamber of Commerce Chamber Golf Challenge
Wild Bluff Golf Course
Start: 8:00am - sign in 9:30am Shotgun Start
For information and registration forms: office@saultstemarie.org or call (906)632-3301

Saturday, May 30
Fun Run & 5K - Step Up 4 Our Kids
Help raise money for the new playground
For a registration form please call Cheryl or Jessica at (906)293-3203

Saturday & Sunday June 6 & 7
Krista's Co-Ed Softball Tournament
Raising Awareness while raising funds to Fight Sexual Assult
$150/team
Call Stephanie at (906)293-4853 or (906)287-0869 or Michelle at (906)586-3458 for more information

Saturday, June 27th
Lumberjack Breakfast - All you can eat from 7:00am - noon

Cost: $7.50 for adults - $5.00 for children ages 6-12 - Under 5 years old FREE
Location: Tahquamenon Logging Museum

Saturday and Sunday, July 25 & 26

Country Music Festival and Polka Band
Lumberjack Breakfast - All you can eat from 7:00am - noon
Cost: $7.50 for adults - $5.00 for children ages 6-12 - Under 5 years old FREE
Location: Tahquamenon Logging Museum


 

Community Meetings Schedule

 


 MONDAYS:
The Lions Club meets at Zellar's Village Inn the 1st and 3rd Mondays each month at 6pm. For more information call Sharon Lemaire at 293-3020.

Top of the Lakes Community Association meets the 1st Monday of each month at 5pm at The Snowmobile Museum on US 2 in Naubinway.  For more information call Marilyn at 906-477-6298.

First Baptist Church Baby Pantry is open the 2nd and 4th Monday each month from 11am-1pm at The First Baptist Church, 116 E. McMillan Ave., Newberry. Use the entrance off Handy Street. A place to get diapers, clothing, baby accessories and hope. For parents of children age 26 months and under. For more information call 906-293-5641, Tuesday-Friday, 10am-noon. (In the summer - open 2nd Monday of June, July and August)

Alzheimer's Support Group, 6-7pm on the 2nd and 4th Monday each month at Helen Newberry Joy Hospital, Huron Conference Room.  Led by Tim Fillmore, LLMSW at Golden Leaves Living Center. For more information call 906-293-9268.

The Luce County Parks and Recreation Department Board meets the 2nd Monday each month at 4:30 in the Commissioners Room of the Luce County Government Building, 407 West Harrie Street, Newberry.

The Luce-West Mackinac County Fair Board meets the 3rd Monday each month at 6pm in the basement of the Newberry Community Building, 405 Newberry Avenue, Newberry. For more information call 293-8785 or 293-8955.

Free and confidential Domestic Violence Support Group for Women.  Meets in Small Courtroom in the Luce County Courthouse, 4:00 pm.  Meets every other Monday for victims of domestic violence.  For information call Stephanie Hogue at 293-4853. 

The Caregiver Support Group meets the 2nd and 4th Monday each month at 6pm-7pm at the Huron Conference Room at Helen Newberry Joy Hospital, 502 West Harrie Street, Newberry. For more information contact Tim Fillmore at 906-293-9156. 

TUESDAYS:
Great Lakes Recovery Center, Peer Support Group meeting, each Tuesday, 6:30-8:00pm.  405 Newberry Ave., Room #2.  For more information call (906) 632-9809.

The Tahquamenon Area Senior Citizens meet the 2nd Tuesday each month at the Senior Citizens' Center, across from Rahilly's IGA. Pot luck at noon, meeting at 1pm. For more information call 293-8891.

Tahquamenon Area Friends of the Library meet the 3rd Tuesday each month at 6pm at the Library, at Tahquamenon Area Schools. All supporters of the Library are welcome.

TASA (Tahquamenon Area Snowmobile Association) meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:30 at the Groomer Barn. For more information see www.tasatrails.com

Save-Restore-Grow Newberry meets the 3rd Tuesdays each month at noon at Zellar's Village Inn, Newberry.

The Newberry Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors meet the 3rd Monday of each month at 1:00pm at Zellar's Village Inn. Next meeting April 6th. The public is welcome to attend.  For more information call 293-5562.

The Sportsman Off-Road Vehicle Association (SORVA) meets at 6pm, the last Tuesday of every month at Zellar's Village Inn, Newberry.

WEDNESDAYS:
The Newberry Ambassadors meet the 1st Wednesday of each month at 8:00am at The Comfort Inn, Conference Room.

Newberry High School Class of '62 meets the 1st Wednesday each month at Zellars at Noon. For more information call Juanita Carney 293-8194.


Not meeting in the Winter.  Meetings will resume on June 11, 2014.
The GriefShare Recovery Support Group meets Wednesdays each week from 7-9pm at The Huron Conference Room at Helen Newberry Joy Hospital, Newberry. There is no fee for attendance. For more information or to register, call Linda Reuther at 293-8084 or email
linda.k.reuther@gmail.com or see www.griefshare.org   Group meets June-December.

The John T. Bouchard Eagle's Club Aerie meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays each month at 6:30pm at The Eagles Club. For more information call 293-8674.

MOPS (Mothers of Pre-Schoolers) meet  the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays each month from 10:30am-Noon at Our Redeemer Lutheran Church, West John Street, Newberry. Child-care is provided for newborns through pre-K. Any Mom at home with pre-school age children is encouraged to attend. For more information call 906-869-0098. 

The John T. Bouchard Eagle's Club Auxiliary meets the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at 6pm at The Eagles Club. For more information call 293-8674.

The Library Advisory Board meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 6:15pm at the Public Library. Meetings are open to the public.

The Small Business Technology Development Center (SBTDC) provides FREE business counseling services the 4th Wednesday of each month at The Luce County Economic Development Center Office. For an appointment call 906-293-5982.

THURSDAYS:
Newberry Farmer's Market (each Thursday May-September), 3-6pm, across from The Scoop on Newberry Avenue. Locally produced foods, fresh fish, handmade artisan products, community canopy featuring various civic groups. Questions? Call Jennifer Lasslett at 906-293-8069 or email
jjlasslett@hotmail.com or check them out on Facebook at Newberry Farmer's Market.

Great Lakes Recovery Center, Peer Support Group meeting, each Thursday, 11:30am-1:00pm  405 Newberry Ave., Room #2.  For more information call (906) 632-9809.

The Tahquamenon Logging Museum Board meets the 2nd Thursday each month at 7pm from May-December, and the 2nd Wednesday of the month in February-April. They meet at The Logging Museum May-October. November-April they meet at the Newberry American Legion, Warren Room.

The Newberry American Legion Post 74 meets the 2nd Thursday each month at 6:30pm at The American Legion on M-123.

The Newberry Book Club meets the 3rd Thursday each month at 12 noon at Zellar's Village Inn. Anyone interested is welcome to attend.
 
Luce County Pet Pals meet the last Thursday each month at 5:15pm in the small courtroom of The Government Building, Newberry. New members are always welcome.

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P.O. Box 308 Newberry, MI 49868
Located on the South corner of M -28 & M -123.

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