The MyNorth Calendar highlights a ton of amazing things happening across the North. Here’s a few we’re going to, hand-picked by MyNorth Media’s Calendar Editor, Libby Stallman.
Black Star Farms Paella Night: Every Friday through May 26 from 6–8 p.m. Paella originated in Valencia, Spain and dates back to the 10th century. It includes different combinations of vegetables, meats and spices with rice cooked in a large pan and served family-style. The month of March will feature mussels and clams. Suttons Bay, 231.944.1297. Get your tickets at MyNorthTickets.com.
25th Annual Northwest Michigan Camper & RV Show: RV and camping season is just around the corner! Visit the Grand Traverse County Civic Center in downtown Traverse City to see all types of new 2017 recreation vehicles—more than 30 units including folding campers, travel trailers, truck campers and fifth wheel travel trailers ranging in price from $6,995 to $75,000—on display and booths featuring parts and accessories and campground information make this a complete RV show experience!
Spring Bluebird Festival: A sure sign of spring, The Michigan Bluebird Society returns to the Hagerty Center for an informative festival about the Eastern Bluebird from 9:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Winterfolk Concert Series: Known throughout Michigan for his great live performances, Mike Ridley is part of the Winterfolk Concert Series at the Charlevoix Public Library. 231.547.2651.
Amy Tweeten, City Planner talks Sidewalks, Trails & Pathways: All the places you can go using the City’s non-motorized facilities. 7 p.m.; Carnegie Building, Petoskey, 231.758.3100.
Intensive Musical Theatre Camp at Old Town Playhouse: Fast and fun, this program packs a lot into just one week. Monday through Friday, students rehearse the musical Disney’s Aladdin with minimal sets and costumes. Performances are held on Saturday. $195 tuition includes a T-shirt and two complimentary tickets to the show. 231.947.2210. Get your tickets at MyNorthTickets.com.
Spring Day Camp: Limited space, must pre-register! Grass River Natural Area in Bellaire is hosting a 2017 spring day camp for children 7–11 years old. Your children can spend their spring break tapping maple trees for sap, tracking animals along the boardwalks, building a campfire, or enjoying the view along Grass River—perfect for the child who loves the outdoors in spring. 9 a.m.–3 p.m.
Hot Sardines: Back by popular demand, The Hot Sardines return with a new album, French Fries & Champagne! See the hot jazz performance at 7:30 p.m., City Opera House.