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Give back to Northern Michigan non-profits by attending one of the following events. Attending an entertaining Northern Michigan concert or film and supporting community outreach efforts? Can you say “Two birds, one stone”?
Arts for All Benefit Celebration in Traverse City
- On Wednesday, May 7th, Milliken Auditorium in Traverse City’s Dennos Museum will host the Arts for All Benefit Celebration, a fundraising event for Artists Creating Together Grand Traverse (ACT-GT). The production will feature professional and ACT-GT musicians, storytellers, vocalists, comedians and dancers in a variety-show format. ACT-GT is a non-profit organization designed “to empower people with disabilities from West and Northwest Michigan with interactive experiences, both artistic and cultural, while providiing opportunities for personal growth and learning.”
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Brick Flix in Traverse City
- On Tuesday, May 13th, the InsideOut Gallery will host a screening of What’s Eating Gilbert Grape to raise money for the BrickWays Foundation, a Traverse City-based non-profit dedicated to providing quality supportive housing and essential support services for adults with developmental disabilities. Traverse City’s Acoustic Dynamite will serenade attendees before the screening, and food from Roaming Harvest and drinks will be available for purchase. A silent auction will precede the showing, which will begin at 7 pm. Ticket donations are a recommended $10.