Bulletin Board

Erickson Center to host quartet

CURTIS — Erickson Center for the Arts in Curtis presents a chamber music concert at 7 p.m. Monday.

The True North Quartet, a string quartet group from the Ann Arbor area, will be playing a program entitled “Razzle-Dazzle.” Violinists Paul Lundin, violist Joseph Deller and cellist Daniel Thomas return for their ninth year playing together for Erickson Center audiences. Violinist David Lamse joins them this year as their newest member. The “dazzling” mezzo-soprano and oboist Kaycee Ware Thomas will join the group this summer to show off her diverse musical talent and skill.

This is a free event, donations are always appreciated. Brought to the ECA by the Curtis Buckeyes.

Hunter Safety Class scheduled

MARQUETTE — Ishpeming-Negaunee-NICE Community Schools announces that there will be a Hunter Safety Class held at the Negaunee Rod and Gun Club. This four-class series starts Monday and will be held Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday (no class Wednesday, Aug. 9).

The time is from 6-9 p.m. but the first class on Monday starts at 5:30 p.m. for registration purposes.

This class is for ages 10 and older. Students less than 10 years of age are welcome if seating is available. Students ages 11 and under must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

There is no charge for this class. Call Community Schools at 906-475-4173 to register. Space is limited so call right away.

Open mic event at PWPL

MARQUETTE — Authors, poets, songwriters and listeners are invited to Inspired Words, the quarterly open mic event at Peter White Public Library at 7 p.m. Monday in the Shiras Room on the library’s upper level.

Share some recent work, be inspired by other writers and get feedback from the listening audience. The presentations will not be judged.

Presentations are open to all genres of writing as long as the material is suitable for all ages, unplugged and original work.

There is no admission charge to present or listen thanks to sponsorship by the Marquette Poets Circle, Marquette Arts and Culture Center and the Peter White Public Library.

For more information, visit www.pwpl.info or call 226-4318.