Business Notes: New director announced for Little Traverse Sailors

Little Traverse Sailors (LTS) announced that Dan Thompson has been hired as the new LTS Program Director. Dan is well-known to the Harbor Springs sailing community, having served for the last two years as the Little Traverse Yacht Club Sailing Director and as the LTS Race Team Coach for summer 2014. He will continue in both of these roles while […]

Business Notes:Van Dam Custom Boats, employees cast in National Retailer’s TV Commercial

The facilities and employees of Van Dam Custom Boats were recently cast to appear in a national television and web based series of commercials for Sears, representing their Craftsman line of tools. The commercial production took place the week of October 13th at the Van Dam’s facilities.In total, 35 individuals representing the production company, casting company, the advertising agency and […]

Chorale tickets on sale for Nov. 22 performance

Tickets are now on sale for the annual fall concert of the Northern Michigan Chorale, titled “Music Has Brought Us Together.” Dates for the three performances are Saturday, November 22 at 3:00 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. and on Sunday, November 23 at 3:00 p.m. The concerts will be performed in the Auditorium at Petoskey High School.The concert is comprised of […]

Business Notes:Boyne Mountain adding new sports complex

Boyne Mountain Resort announced plans for a new sports complex, which will be located on land across from the resort’s M-75 entrance. The property, nearly 200 acres, was acquired in 2012. The complex is expected to offer six grass fields for sporting events and open in summer 2016. Earlier this summer, Boyne Mountain built a single field on resort property […]

Business Notes: Work underway at former Juilleret’s building

The end of one era marks the beginning of a new one, as work begins on the former Juilleret’s building in downtown Harbor Springs. Make no mistake: while the structure is receiving some much needed mechanical/functional and aesthetic updates, the goal of new owners Martha and Andrew Bowman is to keep the historic and beloved feeling of the place in […]

Fall for Dance Sunday, Nov. 2 at PAC

Crooked Tree Arts Center School of Ballet presents the eighth annual Fall For Dance onSunday, November 2, 2014 at 7:00 pm. The pre-professional dancers will take the stage at the Harbor Springs Performing Arts Center for this fundraising event in support of the center. Fall For Dance is a completely student-choreographed show. It gives the dancers the opportunity to explore […]

Harbor Springs cross country teams bring home regional titles; continuing on to states

Domination was the word of the day for Harbor Springs Girls and Boys Cross Country teams on Friday, October 24 during the Division IV Regional Championships, held at Shay Farm in Central Lake. Both teams took home the Regional Championship trophy, capping an end to a great three-meet week where the Boys and Girls won their division in the Northern […]

CTAC offering Kids’ Day Off programs November 5

Wednesday, November 5 is a professional development day for the Char-Em ISD, and many students will be looking for something to do. To fill that day, Crooked Tree Arts Center is offering “The Art of Surrealism” workshop for high school students and has also teamed up with the Petoskey District Library to offer a day of activities and programming for […]

Coffee at Ten gallery talk to feature artist

Michigan artist Jim Markle will present a Coffee at Ten gallery talk on Tuesday November 4th in the Edith Gilbert Gallery at the Crooked Tree Arts Center. Jim Markle retired in 1994 after a long and successful career as an advertising and publishing executive so he could devote all his time to painting. Since that time his paintings has received […]