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Friday June 1, 2012  
7:30 pm ANOTHER ROADSIDE ATTRACTION (Bluegrass/Jazz/Pop)
Hailing from Roanoke, VA, they could have just as easily stepped out of Coney Island in the mid-1950s, or a forgotten diner along Route 66, or any number of dusty midwestern traveling carnivals. They evoke boardwalks, midways, sideshows, World Fairs & all the best elements of true Americana. It's impossible to go wrong with any band that features both a kazoo AND a ukulele, and if you're able to watch them without cracking a smile and tapping a toe, you should probably check your pulse. Doors open at 7 pm. General admission seating - arrive early to reserve your spot. $5-$7. Get tickets at www.foundryhall.com, 800.838.3006, in person at StudioHaus or at the door before the show. Suggested donation after 7:30 pm. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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Saturday June 2, 2012  
10:00 am Annual Adopt-A-Fest
Come join Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter for its 30-hour Adopt-A-Fest. The event will feature close to 100 animals available for adoption at amazing specials. There will also be sponsor booths, information booth, kids' events, and door prizes. Sponsored by: Petco (more)

Ranney Park (3201 E. Michigan Ave Lansing, MI)
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2:00 pm Ukulele Kings at Pumpstock
The Ukulele Kings will be playing as part of the third annual Pumpstock concert at Bailey School in East Lansing. Many other performers including Tommy Womack, Martina Locke, Bill Bynum, and more! $10 for all day tickets (more)

Bailey School (300 Bailey Street East Lansing, MI)
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Sunday June 3, 2012  
3:00 pm SPRING RECITAL featuring DOUG PETERSON'S MUSIC STUDENTS
Doug Peterson's music students from Kalamazoo and South Haven present their 2nd annual Spring Recital. A meet and greet and pot-luck style snacks will follow the performances. Doors open at 2:30 pm. General admission seating - arrive early to reserve your spot. $2 suggested donation - no one will be turned away for lack of funds. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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Monday June 4, 2012  
6:15 pm TIPTOPTAILS
TipTopTails' dog training is structured in easy-to-follow steps and your dog is rewarded for getting it right at each step along the way. We have a gentle approach to training based on scientific knowledge about learning and behavior, not fear or physical punishment. Puppy Primer & Intro to Nose Work at 6:15 pm. On The Town & Continuing Nose Work at 7:30 pm. $75 for five weeks (shelter dogs $65). Contact TipTopTails (269.539.1847) for registration and information. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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Wednesday June 6, 2012  
6:00 pm Volunteer Orientation
Volunteer orientation meeting for all new volunteers at the Ingham County Animal Shelter. First Wednesday of each month. See ac.ingham.org or call 676-8372. First Wednesday of every month at 6 PM (more)

Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter (600 Curtis St Mason, MI)
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7:00 pm Song Swap
Foundry Hall's song swaps are an informal gathering of friends who like to sing and play music together. Instruments of all types are welcome, as are singers and musicians of all ages and skill levels. Monthly on the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays. Doors open at 6:45 pm. $2 suggested donation; no one turned away for lack of funds. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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Thursday June 7, 2012  
6:00 pm STEVE POLTZ (singer/songwriter)
To suggest that Steve Poltz isn’t normal is about as safe a statement as one could make. His live shows have captivated music fans and audiences on both sides of the equator with a mix of singing, storytelling, shredding, and the occasional spoken word rants which have been known to incite riots. He can take an audience from laughter to tears and back again in the space of the same song. Steve Poltz transcends the word “talented.” He is unforgettable in all the right ways. Doors open at 5:30 pm. General admission seating- arrive early to reserve your spot. $7-$9. Get tickets at www.foundryhall.com, 800.838.3006, in person at StudioHaus or at the door before the show. Suggested donation after 6 pm. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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8:00 pm TECHNOSPHERE
We have collectively created a "technosphere" around our planet with a massive amount of data and entertainment. The content of the technosphere is often visual, auditory, memory based, or sensory in nature. A group of participants led by Julian Lauzzana mixes three live elements - electronic music, acoustic music, & projected visuals done through multi-layered video mixing - to create "tales from the technosphere." Please join us as a witness or participant. Doors open at 7:30 pm. $5 suggested donation. No one turned away for lack of funds. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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Friday June 8, 2012  
1:00 pm JOSHUA MCCLAIN (Blues/Electronic/Instrumental)
Joshua McClain is a cellist/singer-songwriter/ & multi-instrumentalist from the Northwest Indiana and Chicagoland area. He blends classical sounds with electronic grooves and bluesy riffs. Josh uses a looping station to layer and record live onstage to create wild, unbridled orchestrated sounds. He wields a cello, a guitar, and a microphone and the experience is memorable to say the least. Afternoon lunchtime set. Free admission. Donations to the performer are appreciated. (more)

York's Landing (515 Williams Street South Haven, MI)
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7:30 pm GENGHIS BARBIE, JOSHUA MCCLAIN (Classical/Instrumental/Pop)
Genghis Barbie, the leading post post-feminist feminist all-female horn experience, is the most innovative and energizing chamber ensemble of its generation and beyond. With a combined 24 years of conservatory training, GB delivers to you a visceral and unadulterated musical adventure. Performing arrangements of pop music from the past 40 years, GB is the most versatile and expansive group on NYC’s classical/pop/rock/jazz/indie/alternative/punk/electro-acoustic scene. Doors open at 7 pm. General admission seating - arrive early to reserve your spot. $8-$12. Get tickets at www.foundryhall.com, 800.838.3006, in person at StudioHaus or at the door before the show. Suggested donation after 7:30 pm. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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9:30 pm JOSHUA MCCLAIN (Blues/Electronic/Instrumental)
Joshua McClain is a cellist/singer-songwriter/ & multi-instrumentalist from the Northwest Indiana and Chicagoland area. He blends classical sounds with electronic grooves and bluesy riffs. Josh uses a looping station to layer and record live onstage to create wild, unbridled orchestrated sounds. He wields a cello, a guitar, and a microphone and the experience is memorable to say the least. Free admission. Donations to the performer are appreciated. (more)

Channel Wine Bar (515 Williams Street South Haven, MI)
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Saturday June 9, 2012  
9:30 am Ben Hassenger at the Meridian Farmer's Market
The largest and most complete farmer's market in the Lansing Area. Support your local growers and hang around to listen to me playing my uke and guitar. Free - donations of money or produce appreciated :) (more)

Meridian Farmer's Market (5151 Marsh Road Okemos, MI)
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10:00 am Foster Parent Orientation
Foster Parent Orietnation is for families intereted in becoming a fosterparent with ICAC. This meeting gives the basic information of the ICAC foster program and our rules and processes. If you are interested in becoming a foster parent, contact Katlyn at 517-676-8383. (more)

ICAC (600 Curtis St Mason, MI)
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6:00 pm Summer in the Haven, First Dibs Preview Party
South Haven Center for the Arts invites you to kick off Summer in the Haven with a First Dibs Preview Party! Be the first to sign up for all the wonderful parties and events that will benefit the arts.You will be able to browse and buy parties that will fill your calender with entertaining events all year! Good wine, hearty hors d'ouevres, great parties & events, all for a good cause! Food courtesy of Blair's Lair. Reserve your place in advance for special savings! Tickets are $40.00 in advance or $50.00 at the door. Call 269.637.1041 to purchase yours today. (more)

South Haven Center For the Arts (600 Phoenix St South Haven, MI)
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7:30 pm JIM HURST (Bluegrass/Country/Instrumental)
Jim Hurst’s unique picking style and mastery of bluegrass guitar wows audiences and is revered by both novice guitar players and his musical peers. His eclectic career has made him a remarkable performer, an experienced instructor and a highly sought after session musician (Holly Dunn, Trisha Yearwood, Travis Tritt, Sara Evans, Claire Lynch, Missy Raines, Rob Ickes, David Grisman). His affability and gregariousness make him one of the most approachable musicians of his caliber. Doors open at 7:00 pm. General admission seating - arrive early to reserve your spot. $10-$12. Get tickets at www.foundryhall.com, 800.838.3006, in person at StudioHaus or at the door before the show. Suggested donation after 7:30 pm. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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Monday June 11, 2012  
6:15 pm TIPTOPTAILS
TipTopTails' dog training is structured in easy-to-follow steps and your dog is rewarded for getting it right at each step along the way. We have a gentle approach to training based on scientific knowledge about learning and behavior, not fear or physical punishment. Puppy Primer & Intro to Nose Work at 6:15 pm. On The Town & Continuing Nose Work at 7:30 pm. $75 for five weeks (shelter dogs $65). Contact TipTopTails (269.539.1847) for registration and information. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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Wednesday June 13, 2012  
7:00 pm LOUISE HAY: YOU CAN HEAL YOUR LIFE
This entertaining and inspirational movie based on the best-selling book of the same name is hosted by author and teacher Louise L. Hay. This film gives penetrating insights into Louise's fascinating personal story; and shows how her views on self-esteem, abundance, and the metaphysical causes behind physical ailments were developed. It also reveals how she applied these concepts to her own emotional, spiritual, and professional life. Doors open at 6:30 pm. General admission seating - arrive early to reserve your spot. Free admission. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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Thursday June 14, 2012  
7:30 pm ANNE HILLS
Anne Hills is a singer of superb clarity and pure tone who has made her reputation in both folk music and theater circles. She has toured, collaborated and recorded with Tom Paxton, Bob Gibson, Michael Smith, Peter Erskine, Cindy Mangsen, Steve Gillette and many others, as well as working in theater in Chicago, Philadelphia and beyond. Nurtured by the Chicago folk community, she has gained national recognition as a vocal chameleon and as a writer of poetic precision. Doors open at 7 pm. General admission seating - arrive early to reserve your spot. $10-$12. Get tickets at www.foundryhall.com, 800.838.3006, in person at StudioHaus or at the door before the show. Suggested donation after 7:30 pm. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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Friday June 15, 2012  
1:00 pm DRAGON WAGON
Members of Dragon Wagon perform a lunch set at York's. Dragon Wagon is Michigan Roots music at its finest! Described as Bluegrass Folk-Rock with a shot of Irish Whiskey, each performance is built on originality, fun, and expert musicianship. Dragon Wagon's honest sound and genuine crowd connection never disappoint, and appeal to all audiences. The combination of mandolin, fiddle, banjo, guitar, bass and drums guarantees an infectious energy that gets every crowd dancing! Free admission (more)

York's Landing (515 Williams Street South Haven, MI)
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2:00 pm FRANK FAIRFIELD (Bluegrass/Singer-songwriter/Traditional)
Frank Fairfield plays a very unique and authentic style of old popular music appealing to crowds of all ages and musical tastes. He’s played around the world having recently toured Australia for the first time, and will return to Europe for the third time in the Summer of 2012. Frank’s performances are described as of another time, and as breathing life in to nearly forgotten or unheard of tunes. They command much vocal appreciation, applause and ovation from the audience. (more)

Black River Tavern (403 Phoenix Street South Haven, MI)
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9:00 pm FESTIVAL AFTER PARTY: DRAGON WAGON, Frank Fairfield, Wavy Pies (Bluegrass)
Cash bar benefits the Two Rivers Coalition. Dragon Wagon is Michigan Roots music at its finest! Dragon Wagon's honest sound and genuine crowd connection never disappoint, and appeal to all audiences. The combination of mandolin, fiddle, banjo, guitar, bass and drums guarantees an infectious energy that gets every crowd dancing! Doors open at 8:30 pm. General admission seating - arrive early to reserve your spot. $3-$5. Get tickets at www.foundryhall.com, 800.838.3006, in person at StudioHaus or at the door before the show. Suggested donation after 9 pm. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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Saturday June 16, 2012  
10:00 am Volunteer Orientation
Volunteer orientation meeting for all new volunteers at the Ingham County Animal Shelter. See ac.ingham.org or call 676-8372. Meeting starts promptly at 10 AM (more)

Ingham County Animal Control & Shelter (600 Curtis St Mason, MI)
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 Mobile Adoption Event - Tractor Supply Company
Mobile Adoption Event - Come meet your next family member and best friend. Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter will have animals available for adoption. Adoptions start at 10 AM and wrap up at 2 PM. (more)

Tractor Supply Company (5241 West Grand River Avenue Lansing North, MI)
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8:30 pm Ben Hassenger at the Crazy Wisdom Tea Room
Ben Hassenger brings his ukes and guitars to this great listening room in downtown Ann Arbor! (more)

Crazy Wisdom Bookstore & Tea Room (114 South Main Street Ann Arbor, MI)
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Monday June 18, 2012  
8:30 am ActingUP! Drama Camp
Week-long kids' drama camp with instructors Chris & Stephanie Measzros. For registration and information, contact measzros@yahoo.com or call 269.373.2917 (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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6:15 pm TIPTOPTAILS
TipTopTails' dog training is structured in easy-to-follow steps and your dog is rewarded for getting it right at each step along the way. We have a gentle approach to training based on scientific knowledge about learning and behavior, not fear or physical punishment. Puppy Primer & Intro to Nose Work at 6:15 pm. On The Town & Continuing Nose Work at 7:30 pm. $75 for five weeks (shelter dogs $65). Contact TipTopTails (269.539.1847) for registration and information. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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Tuesday June 19, 2012  
8:30 am ActingUP! Drama Camp
Week-long kids' drama camp with instructors Chris & Stephanie Measzros. For registration and information, contact measzros@yahoo.com or call 269.373.2917 (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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Wednesday June 20, 2012  
8:30 am ActingUP! Drama Camp
Week-long kids' drama camp with instructors Chris & Stephanie Measzros. For registration and information, contact measzros@yahoo.com or call 269.373.2917 (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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7:00 pm Song Swap
Foundry Hall's song swaps are an informal gathering of friends who like to sing and play music together. Instruments of all types are welcome, as are singers and musicians of all ages and skill levels. Monthly on the 1st & 3rd Wednesdays. Doors open at 6:45 pm. $2 suggested donation; no one turned away for lack of funds. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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Thursday June 21, 2012  
8:30 am ActingUP! Drama Camp
Week-long kids' drama camp with instructors Chris & Stephanie Measzros. For registration and information, contact measzros@yahoo.com or call 269.373.2917 (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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Friday June 22, 2012  
8:30 am ActingUP! Drama Camp
Week-long kids' drama camp with instructors Chris & Stephanie Measzros. For registration and information, contact measzros@yahoo.com or call 269.373.2917 (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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10:00 am Centered States: Works Of the Chicago Arts Salon
Chicago Art Salon began in 2002 as a way for recent graduates from the School of Representational Art to pursue their individual artistic directions in a connected group. 8 Midwest artists: Gail Potocki, Shar Coulson, Doug Chamberlin, Amy Lloyd, Brian Sindler, Kathy Honey, Meltem Aktas, and Craig Blietz comprise the salon, and will fill the galleries with beautiful paintings and mixed media works of art depicting what it’s like to live amongst the Midwest, and be in a centered state of mind. (more)

South Haven Center For the Arts (600 Phoenix St South Haven, MI)
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7:00 pm THE FRIDAY LISTENING ROOM SERIES presents ANDRU BEMIS
Since 2001, Michigan's foremost neo-folk troubadour has wandered the ends, edges and in-betweens of North America more times than he can count - by train, foot, thumb, bicycle, bus, subway, ski and occasional aeroplane. Wearing a three-piece suit and derby hat, Bemis carries his beat-up instruments on his back: banjo, guitar, sometimes a fiddle or banjolele.... His quirky humor, engaging stage presence and exquisitely crafted songs have earned Bemis a worldwide fanbase (www.andrubemis.com). Doors open at 6 pm. General admission seating - arrive early to reserve your spot. Suggested donation - no one will be turned away for lack of funds. (more)

Just Goods (201 7th Street Rockford, IL)
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7:30 pm PETAL SHOP
Folk music with a flavor of the '30s-40s is injected with fresh, modern storytelling. Petal Shop, from Detroit, performs with an energy that is at once the subtle tension of an intimate folk concert and the wild, pentecostal drive of punk-driven bluegrass. Fiddle, banjo and guitar cling to each other as three vocals intersect and blend into a single, stratified voice. Dancing is common, both on and off stage as Petal Shop's members beg for “just one 'amen!'” Doors open at 7 pm. General admission seating - arrive early to reserve your spot. $5-$7. Get tickets at www.foundryhall.com, 800.838.3006, in person at StudioHaus or at the door before the show. Suggested donation after 7:30 pm. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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10:00 pm PETAL SHOP
Folk music with a flavor of the '30s-40s is injected with fresh, modern storytelling. Petal Shop, from Detroit, performs with an energy that is at once the subtle tension of an intimate folk concert and the wild, pentecostal drive of punk-driven bluegrass. Fiddle, banjo and guitar cling to each other as three vocals intersect and blend into a single, stratified voice. Dancing is common, both on and off stage as Petal Shop's members beg for “just one 'amen!'” Free admission. (more)

Black River Tavern (403 Phoenix Street South Haven, MI)
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Saturday June 23, 2012  
9:00 am LOVE YOURSELF, HEAL YOUR LIFE - 2 Day Intensive Workshop
A safe and supportive workshop based on the principles of the book, "You Can Heal Your Life," by Louise L Hay. Healing your life begins with breaking through the layers of old conditioning and beliefs about how you "should" lead your life, identifying problem areas and clearing out emotional clutter connected with them. There is no "magic" or "secret process." All that is required is a genuine desire to commit yourself to change and a series of practical steps to make those changes happen. A catered lunch will be provided both days. $225-$275. Reserve your spot at www.foundryhall.com, 800.838.3006, in person at StudioHaus or at Foundry Hall on the day of the workshop. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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10:00 am Ben Hassenger at the Meridian Farmer's Market
The largest and most complete farmer's market in the Lansing Area. Support your local growers and hang around to listen to me playing my uke and guitar. Free - donations of money or produce appreciated :) (more)

Meridian Farmer's Market (5151 Marsh Road Okemos, MI)
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2:30 pm Ben Hassenger at MSU Bee-Palooza
A kid-friendly event! An afternoon of education and fun for all who are interested in learning more about pollinators and what we can do to help them. Short educational demonstration sessions, story-telling, and music from me! Free! (more)

Horticultural Demonstration Gardens (SW corner of Bogue and Wilson East Lansing, MI)
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Sunday June 24, 2012  
9:00 am LOVE YOURSELF, HEAL YOUR LIFE - 2 Day Intensive Workshop
A safe and supportive workshop based on the principles of the book, "You Can Heal Your Life," by Louise L Hay. Healing your life begins with breaking through the layers of old conditioning and beliefs about how you "should" lead your life, identifying problem areas and clearing out emotional clutter connected with them. There is no "magic" or "secret process." All that is required is a genuine desire to commit yourself to change and a series of practical steps to make those changes happen. A catered lunch will be provided both days. $225-$275. Reserve your spot at www.foundryhall.com, 800.838.3006, in person at StudioHaus or at Foundry Hall on the day of the workshop. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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11:00 am Mobile Adoption Event - Soldan's
Mobile Adoption Event - Come meet your next family member and best friend. Ingham County Animal Control and Shelter will have animals available for adoption. Adoptions start at 11 AM and wrap up at 3 PM. (more)

Soldan's Feeds & Pet Supplies (1802 West Grand River Avenue Okemos, MI)
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Wednesday June 27, 2012  
4:30 pm Ben Hassenger at the Wayne Farmer's Market
A new farmer's market for me; come on out for the freshest of fruits, vegetables, flowers and baked goods, one-of-a- kind artisan works, and great music! Free - donations of food and/or money appreciated :) (more)

Wayne Farmer's Market (35310 Michigan Ave Wayne, MI)
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7:00 pm Open Mic
Foundry Hall's Open Mic - held monthly on the fourth Wednesday - is a great opportunity for musicians, poets, and comedians of all ages and skill levels to share their talents for a friendly crowd who love to applaud. Some assorted instruments (incl. piano and guitar) are often available for public use. Paul Hogan hosts the evening and makes sure everyone gets to share and have a great time. Monthly on the 4th Wednesday. Signup begins at 6:45 pm. $2 suggested donation. No one turned away for lack of funds. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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9:00 pm INDEPENDENT CHICAGO SONGWRITER FESTIVAL
This showcase started in a living room in Humboldt Park, in 2004, moved to Phyllis' Musical Inn for a couple of years, and has since presented shows at Cafe Mustache, Jerry's, Red Line Tap, and Uncommon Ground. The goal is to showcase the finest upcoming and established songwriters of Chicago and beyond. General admission seating - arrive early to reserve your spot. $7. (more)

Jerry's (1938 West Division Street Chicago, IL)
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Thursday June 28, 2012  
9:00 pm INDEPENDENT CHICAGO SONGWRITER FESTIVAL
This showcase started in a living room in Humboldt Park, in 2004, moved to Phyllis' Musical Inn for a couple of years, and has since presented shows at Cafe Mustache, Jerry's, Red Line Tap, and Uncommon Ground. The goal is to showcase the finest upcoming and established songwriters of Chicago and beyond. General admission seating - arrive early to reserve your spot. $7. (more)

Jerry's (1938 West Division Street Chicago, IL)
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Friday June 29, 2012  
1:00 pm SMALL HOUSES
Small Houses is a Michigan based indie/folk project featuring the songs and poems of Flint native Jeremy Quentin. Artfully crafted finger-style guitar playing, and softly sung melodies describing the people, love, and homes of Quentin’s life. (more)

York's Landing (515 Williams Street South Haven, MI)
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7:30 pm RED TAIL RING (Instrumental/Singer-Songwriter/Traditional)
Pushing the boundaries of what a traditional song can be, Red Tail Ring is the musical brainchild of two old-time-minded Michiganders- Michael Beauchamp & Laurel Premo. The collaboration blends the loving attention of revivalist fervor with the playful creativity of starting from scratch. Whether rendering a traditional tune or one of their many original compositions, the duo infuses each song with musical imagination, haunting harmonies and instrumental artistry. Doors open at 7 pm. General admission seating - arrive early to reserve your spot. $8-$10. Get tickets at www.foundryhall.com, 800.838.3006, in person at StudioHaus or at the door before the show. Suggested donation after 7:30 pm. (more)

Foundry Hall (422 Eagle Street South Haven, MI)
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9:00 pm INDEPENDENT CHICAGO SONGWRITER FESTIVAL
This showcase started in a living room in Humboldt Park, in 2004, moved to Phyllis' Musical Inn for a couple of years, and has since presented shows at Cafe Mustache, Jerry's, Red Line Tap, and Uncommon Ground. The goal is to showcase the finest upcoming and established songwriters of Chicago and beyond. General admission seating - arrive early to reserve your spot. $7. (more)

Jerry's (1938 West Division Street Chicago, IL)
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 SMALL HOUSES
Small Houses is a Michigan based indie/folk project featuring the songs and poems of Flint native Jeremy Quentin. Artfully crafted finger-style guitar playing, and softly sung melodies describing the people, love, and homes of Quentin’s life. (more)

Channel Wine Bar (515 Williams Street South Haven, MI)
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10:00 pm JASON JACKSON ACOUSTIC LOOP SHOW
Jason Jackson Acoustic Loop Show at BRT. (more)

Black River Tavern (403 Phoenix Street South Haven, MI)
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Saturday June 30, 2012  
9:00 pm INDEPENDENT CHICAGO SONGWRITER FESTIVAL
This showcase started in a living room in Humboldt Park, in 2004, moved to Phyllis' Musical Inn for a couple of years, and has since presented shows at Cafe Mustache, Jerry's, Red Line Tap, and Uncommon Ground. The goal is to showcase the finest upcoming and established songwriters of Chicago and beyond. General admission seating - arrive early to reserve your spot. $7. (more)

Jerry's (1938 West Division Street Chicago, IL)
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10:00 pm HIRED HANDS BAND
Hired Hands Band at BRT. (more)

Black River Tavern (403 Phoenix Street South Haven, MI)
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