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9/21/19 Mid Pen Lego Club 10:30 -11:30am at Mid Peninsula School. Open to children and their family's who love to create and build together with Legos! Bring your own Legos. Free and open to the public, your child does not need to be a student at Mid Pen to attend.

9/21/19 Family Movie Night 6pm-8pm at Memorial United Methodist Church 1920 Lakeshore Dr, Gladstone. FREE to all. Kids feature How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World in the gym with teen feature Madea’s Family Funeral running at the same time in youth room. Bring a comfy chair or sleeping bag to sit on while you enjoy the show.

9/22/19 Delta County Century Ride Family bike ride for all endurance levels. Ride includes expert SAG service and great rest stops where the only thing better than the view is the food! $30 in advance, $25 late without shirt.

9/26/19 Lorne Watson Quintet 6:30pm at the Escanaba Public Library. Area musicians Patrick Booth, Phil Lynch, Harry South, Dave Zeigner, and Lorne Watson, will be playing a mix of original jazz and chamber music inside the library. The concert is free, open to the public

9/27/19 Child Find Do you have concerns about your child’s development? Want to make sure they are on track? Free developmental screenings for children 0-5 years old at the DSISD. Call 906-786-9300 ext. 201 to schedule an appointment.

9/28/19 Fall Craft & Vendor Show 10am-2pm at the Escanaba Civic Center. Start your holiday shopping plus a raffle with proceeds going to Toys for Tots.

9/28/19 Iron Mountain Octoberfest 11am-11pm Downtown Iron Mountain. Fun event for all ages. Children's area runs 11am-3pm. Bands, great food, prizes. $8, 12 and under are free,

9/28/19 Thrifter Sister Flea Market & Vintage Camping Show 10am-5pm at UP Fairgrounds Food, music, Classic Car Cruise In, vintage camper tours, camping, pumpkin baking contest at noon and more! Admission is only $5, kids 13 and under , Veterans and Military personnel are free,

9/28/19 Boo at the DeYoung Zoo Noon-5pm at N5406 County Road 577 Wallace, Michigan A safe place to trick or treat while visiting the animals Includes games, pumpkin painting, tiger pumpkin carving, bounce houses, pumpkin patch and hay rides $10 per person children 4 years old and under are free.

9/28/19 Bay College Baymazing Open House 11am-2pm Enjoy tons of fun activities, free food, contests and prizes as you explore what Bay has to offer. Great Start hosting children’s activities in the Bay College Library.

10/3/19 $1 Bowling Night 4pm-9pm 1st Thursday of the month at Bowl-a-Rama. $1 per game, $1 shoes, $1 small pop, $1 slice of pizza, $1 small fries, $1 hotdogs. for more specials.

10/4 & 10/5/19 14th Annual Historic Fayette Park Fall Festival 11am-3pm Campers and day visitors welcome. Campsite decorating, children’s games, hay rides, trick or treating. Costumes encouraged. Located at 4785 II Rd Garden, MI Call 906-644-2603 or visit for details

10/4/19 Gladstone Homecoming Parade 5:30pm Parade moves down S. 13th Street to Minneapolis then onto the football field in Gladstone. Call the High school for details 906-428-9200.

10/5/19 UP Down Syndrome Association Buddy Walk 10am-12pm registration/walk 1pm at the Ruth Butler Building. Tons of fun activities. Visit them on Facebook or email for more information.

Great Start
Journey to Vitality
info coming soon!

A 3 part self-care and wellness series for parents and those serving young families
in our community. A wonderful opportunity to build stronger families and a happier, healthier you !