Grand Ledge Chamber of Commerce
Community Calendar - Grand Ledge Chamber
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Events available for Registration...

2020 St. Patrick's Day Celebration Parade
03/14/20
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Market on the Grand: May 16 - October 10, 2020
05/16/20 - 10/10/20
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2020 Yankee Doodle Days Parade Registration
06/27/20
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2020 Night Lights Christmas Parade
12/04/20 - 12/04/20
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Events in the next 60 days...
DateEvent
01/02/20
 -03/31/20
Warm Winter Readers

Resolve to warm up with some good books this winter! Read and Review any 10 books on our “Winter Reading Log”, and win treats & surprises! All logs must be submitted by March 31st, all prizes claimed by April 15th.

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02/28/20
 -03/01/20
Willy Wonka, JR

GL Musicals and Hayes Middle School present WILLY WONKA JR!

The delicious adventures of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory light up the stage in this captivating adaptation of Roald Dahl's fantastical tale. Featuring the enchanting songs from the 1971 film, in addition to a host of fun new songs, Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka JR. is a scrumdidilyumptious musical guaranteed to delight everyone's sweet tooth!

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02/28/20
Half Day LEGO EV3 Mindstorms Robotics with 4-H STEM Workshop! (Registration Req.)

Enjoy your 1/2 day off from school and come to the LEGO EV3 Mindstorms Robotics with 4-H Stem Workshop. We'll have an afternoon of fun building, programming, learning and experimenting with LEGO Mindstorms robots! Register (or for more information) at the Eaton County MSU Extension (https://www.canr.msu.edu/eaton/county-extension-office) by calling (517) 543-2310 or email oosterh6@msu.edu.

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02/29/20
Meet

Rosie Chapman, a.k.a. Miz Rosie, is a storyteller who thrills audiences. Miz Rosie will offer her performance of the Harriet Tubman. Born into slavery, Tubman escaped to freedom, became an Underground Railroad “conductor” and a Union Army spy in the Civil War. Recommended age for this program is 7 and up.

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03/04/20
Code Club!

We’re launching our very own Code Club -- No coding expertise necessary.  Participants will work on learning how to make websites, video games, apps, animations, and more! For ages 8-18.  Code Club is made possible by a grant from the IMLS.

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03/05/20
PJ Storytime (Sensory Friendly)

PJ Storytime returns on a new night and time! We'll turn down some lights and keep our voices soft as young children and caregivers visit for quiet stories, gentle songs and rhymes and a snack. PJ's and stuffed toys are welcome! Families welcome at 6 to check out materials, get library cards, etc. Themed sleepy stories start at 6:30, with quiet songs/rhymes, a snack and then home to bed at 7 pm. (Dim lights and quiet voices make this storytime appropriate for children who prefer a sensory-friendly experience.)

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03/09/20
MESP - Michigan Education Savings Plan Workshop (Registration Req.)

Help your child reach for their dreams by saving for their college expenses today! Join us for this informative workshop with MESP representatives. The Michigan Education Savings Plan is how families pay for college! MIsaves.com

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03/10/20
Women's History Month

Celebrate Women’s History Month and meet an exciting group of women authors!  Join us for a fun panel discussion of training, techniques, inspirations, and of course books! Meet, greet, have books signed, and more.

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03/11/20
Code Club!

We’re launching our very own Code Club -- No coding expertise necessary.  Participants will work on learning how to make websites, video games, apps, animations, and more! For ages 8-18.  Code Club is made possible by a grant from the IMLS.

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03/13/20
Wacousta Fish Suppers

Wacousta Fish Suppers have been served for 70 years!
We feature family-style dining and serve all-you-care-to-eat ocean perch, fried potatoes, coleslaw, dessert, and our secret recipe tartar sauce.
We also offer carry-out dinners for our community members on-the-go.

Adults & Carry-out: $10
Children 5-12: $5
Pre-school: Free

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03/14/20
St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Pete the Cat

Celebrate March is Reading Month & St. Patrick’s Day with Pete the Cat, a special costumed character, and his wonderful stories!

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03/17/20
Getting to Know Apps with AARP!  (Registration Req.)

Join AARP for an introductory class on how to use your smart phone. Ask questions and get answers! Bring your own smart phone and your Google Play and/or iTunes password in order to download apps. To be part of this event, please call 1-877-926-8300 no later than Sunday, March 15 to confirm a space.  When registering, you must choose either the Android or Apple session (Android 1:00 – 2:30; Apple 2:45 – 4:15).

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03/18/20
Code Club!

We’re launching our very own Code Club -- No coding expertise necessary.  Participants will work on learning how to make websites, video games, apps, animations, and more! For ages 8-18.  Code Club is made possible by a grant from the IMLS.

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03/19/20
 -04/23/20
Diabetes PATH Workshop

The Grand Ledge Lions have partnered with the Tri-County Office on Aging to offer a diabetes workshop.

Diabetes PATH (Personal Action Toward Health) is a FREE 6-week interactive workshop to learn how to take control of your health.

Topics include:
  • Healthy eating and how to make meal plans     
  • Fitness and exercise          
  • Preventing complications, sick days, and foot care
  • Monitoring blood sugar and preventing low blood sugar
  • Relaxation techniques and stress management
  • Communication and dealing with difficult emotions
  • Working with your healthcare professional
  • Goal setting, decision making, problem solving…and more!

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03/21/20
Liberty Church Craft Show

Welcome to Liberty Church's Spring Craft Show
There will be loads of booths with crafters and direct sales companies. We can't wait to see everyone come out! 
 

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03/21/20
Babysitting Workshop (Registration Req.)

Teens learn emergency procedures, diapering, pediatric CPR, rescue breathing, the Heimlich maneuver, and basic first aid skills needed while babysitting.
*Participants will need to bring a sack lunch, water bottle and an afternoon snack if desired. Class fee of $30 required. Signup must be completed 48 hours prior to program date. All checks should be made payable to C.P.R.C. Inc

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03/25/20
Code Club!

We’re launching our very own Code Club -- No coding expertise necessary.  Participants will work on learning how to make websites, video games, apps, animations, and more! For ages 8-18.  Code Club is made possible by a grant from the IMLS.

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03/30/20
4-H BioBlitz SPIN Club @ Break for Fun! (Registration Req.)

Enjoy your Spring Break-- come to the BioBlitz SPIN Club! Youth will learn to understand, value, and protect life on our planet as 4-H volunteers lead interactive STEM activities on pollinators, conservation, and plant, animal & soil science. Youth should plan to attend every one of the classes. Real-life experiences inspire an appreciation of the natural world! Ages 9-13.

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03/30/20
Break for Fun with

HELD AT: Willow Ridge Elementary School Gym, 12840 Nixon Road Grand Ledge, MI 48837 

Acting Up Theatre presents their high energy interactive theatrical show: Imagine You’re a King, features the Knights of the Brown Table. Tailored specifically for kids, fast moving characters and costume changes, up to the minute pop culture references, great comedy and everyone's favorite: AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION!

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03/30/20
GLPS Student Art Reception & Show

Family, friends and the general public are invited to attend the 2020 Grand Ledge Public Schools Student Art Reception & Show at the Grand Ledge Area District Library! Come see art created by students in our schools, meet the artists, and enjoy refreshments while you enjoy the talent on display!

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03/31/20
4-H BioBlitz SPIN Club @ Break for Fun! (Registration Req.)

Enjoy your Spring Break-- come to the BioBlitz SPIN Club! Youth will learn to understand, value, and protect life on our planet as 4-H volunteers lead interactive STEM activities on pollinators, conservation, and plant, animal & soil science. Youth should plan to attend every one of the classes. Real-life experiences inspire an appreciation of the natural world! Ages 9-13.

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03/31/20
Break For Fun: MINECRAFT & More

Break for Fun: Minecraft and More! Enjoy your spring break — get out for a night and play Minecraft! Other table-top games will be available too!

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04/01/20
4-H BioBlitz SPIN Club @ Break for Fun! (Registration Req.)

Enjoy your Spring Break-- come to the BioBlitz SPIN Club! Youth will learn to understand, value, and protect life on our planet as 4-H volunteers lead interactive STEM activities on pollinators, conservation, and plant, animal & soil science. Youth should plan to attend every one of the classes. Real-life experiences inspire an appreciation of the natural world! Ages 9-13.

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04/02/20
4-H BioBlitz SPIN Club @ Break for Fun! (Registration Req.)

Enjoy your Spring Break-- come to the BioBlitz SPIN Club! Youth will learn to understand, value, and protect life on our planet as 4-H volunteers lead interactive STEM activities on pollinators, conservation, and plant, animal & soil science. Youth should plan to attend every one of the classes. Real-life experiences inspire an appreciation of the natural world! Ages 9-13.

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04/03/20
4-H BioBlitz SPIN Club @ Break for Fun! (Registration Req.)

Enjoy your Spring Break-- come to the BioBlitz SPIN Club! Youth will learn to understand, value, and protect life on our planet as 4-H volunteers lead interactive STEM activities on pollinators, conservation, and plant, animal & soil science. Youth should plan to attend every one of the classes. Real-life experiences inspire an appreciation of the natural world! Ages 9-13.

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04/09/20
Eggs Extravaganza (Registration Required)

Celebrate spring and decorate amazing Easter eggs with dye, paint, glitter, feathers and more! Registration is required to ensure adequate supplies.

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04/10/20
Wacousta Fish Suppers

Wacousta Fish Suppers have been served for 70 years!
We feature family-style dining and serve all-you-care-to-eat ocean perch, fried potatoes, coleslaw, dessert, and our secret recipe tartar sauce.
We also offer carry-out dinners for our community members on-the-go.

Adults & Carry-out: $10
Children 5-12: $5
Pre-school: Free

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04/13/20
Poetry Night Out

Celebrate National Poetry Month with a Poetry Night Out for the entire community. The “Traveling Poets” are a diverse group of talented area poets which includes Lansing’s current Poet Laureate Laura Apol, an associate professor of literacy, literature, and creative writing at MSU!

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04/18/20
Greater Lansing Sculptures in Wood Carving Show

Greater Lansing Woodcarver's annual Woodcarving Show. 
Includes woodcarving and wood burning.
Fifty-eight tables of Carvers and Vendors..
Juried competition in Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced levels.
Entrance tickets drawn for door prizes.
 

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04/18/20
GREATER LANSING WOODCARVING SHOW

Wood carvers and few venders from all around Michigan will be displaying their abilities to sculpture and burn pictures into wood.
There will be juried competition.  Vendors will have supplies.  Some carvers will have items for sale.   An opportunity to realize a hobby that is very active.
   How to presentations through out the day.  Lunch available from the ladies of the church

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04/18/20
Earth Day Celebration

Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day at a “Clean-up” walk gathering up trash to keep our community and the Earth Clean. Learn about healthy ecosystems from Eaton County Naturalist Jackie Blanc, recycling, and more!

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04/18/20
Friends of the Library Presents: An Earth Day Workshop on Oak Leaf Wilt

Join the Friends of the Library for their Annual Meeting and enjoy this Earth Day Workshop presented by Dr. David L. Roberts (retired) Michigan State University.  Dr. Roberts, the “Plant Doctor” will lead an informative workshop on Oak Wilt – a new danger to our trees that will be useful to homeowners and gardeners alike. For more information about the Friends of the Library -- https://gladl.org/friends 

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04/20/20
Botanical Beauty - Make Plant-Based Spa Products @ 4-H SPIN Club! (Registration Req.)

Love bath bombs, sugar scrubs, and more? Students 9-13 are invited to join us and learn to use the power of plants to make their own bath bombs, sugar scrubs, lip balms, and more from trained 4-H facilitators! For new 4-H members, the cost is $25. For youth already enrolled in 4-H, the cost is $5. Scholarships are available. Youth should plan to attend every one of the classes. Register at the Eaton County MSU Extension office by calling (517) 543-2310 or email ochylski@msu.edu.

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04/22/20
LaFontaine Buick GMC Grand Opening Celebration

LaFontaine Buick GMC Grand Opening Celebration. 

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04/22/20
4-H BioBlitz SPIN Club Family Engagement Event! (Registration Req.)

Educational and fun interactive activities for all ages showcasing the 4-H BioBlitz SPIN Club on Earth Day. FREE and open to the public!

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04/27/20
Botanical Beauty - Make Plant-Based Spa Products @ 4-H SPIN Club! (Registration Req.)

Love bath bombs, sugar scrubs, and more? Students 9-13 are invited to join us and learn to use the power of plants to make their own bath bombs, sugar scrubs, lip balms, and more from trained 4-H facilitators! For new 4-H members, the cost is $25. For youth already enrolled in 4-H, the cost is $5. Scholarships are available. Youth should plan to attend every one of the classes. Register at the Eaton County MSU Extension office by calling (517) 543-2310 or email ochylski@msu.edu.

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If you would like to submit a local community event to be included in our calendar, please submit your event online.  

Submissions will ONLY be approved for those local community events that will take place within the Grand Ledge Public School (GLPS) District or that are sponsored by a local business or organization that is housed with the GLPS District.



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