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Art attack: Performances, talent displayed

June 1, 2015 This week in the Marquette region is an exciting week to check out some new visual art exhibitions that are opening from Michigamme to Marquette. more »»

Week ahead: Events soothe summer fever

May 25, 2015 Area high school seniors are completing their final weeks of school, the end of the school year is looming, and the official summer travel season started with Memorial Day Weekend. more »»

Week ahead: Calendar full of area events

May 18, 2015 This week offers a variety of events, receptions, auditions, and more throughout Marquette County. more »»

In full bloom: Spring weather, events aplenty

May 11, 2015 Marquette continues to bloom with both beautiful spring weather and wonderful arts and cultural events celebrating those who have given to the arts and cultural community, along with end of season... more »»

Busy month: May brings new performances

May 4, 2015 This week marks the beginning of a very busy month in Marquette. more »»

Arts for all: Performances, across the board

April 27, 2015 Summer arts festivals and events organizers are starting to make announcement for their summer events in Marquette. more »»

Getting rolling: Spring in town brings events

April 20, 2015 The birds are chirping, students are flowing onto the lawns basking in the spring sun, and arts and cultural organizations around Marquette are wrapping up the school year while preparing the summer... more »»

Early-spring art: Area brimming with fun events

April 13, 2015 “If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant: if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome,” said Anne Bradstreet in “The Works of Anne Bradstreet. more »»

Spring break: It’s the pause that refreshes

April 6, 2015 This week many are celebrating spring by taking a much needed week-long break from school. While some travel to escape the cold and others remain in Marquette to celebrate the spring wonder. more »»

April showers: Downpour of fun events here

March 30, 2015 April is showering in with arts and cultural events and this week continues to pour a variety of events, experiences, and performances for all to enjoy. more »»

Seasonal change: Events accent annual renewal

March 23, 2015 Spring has sprung. more »»

With spring on its way: Plenty of local events

March 16, 2015 T he snow is melting and all signs of spring are around the corner. There are three different sets of auditions for all ages wishing to take the stage in different theatrical ventures. more »»

Spring focus: Arts and fun for all in activities

March 9, 2015 The late Robin Williams once said, “Spring is nature’s way of saying, "Let’s party!” Here in the Upper Peninsula we often have a later spring than most areas of the United States which according to... more »»

Various culture events: Keeping Marquette busy

March 2, 2015 Woody Dumas, former Mayor of Baton Rouge once said, “The arts are the best insurance policy a city can take on itsel. more »»

“Mary Poppins”: Familiar themes always delight

February 23, 2015 “Don’t you know that everybody’s got a Fairyland of their own?” asked author P.L. Travers in her book, “Mary Poppins. more »»

the big PICTURE

February 23, 2015 A robin visits the backyard of a Chocolay Township resident during the St. Valentine’s Day snowstorm. more »»

Art and culture: They help us build our souls

February 16, 2015 There is an old Arab proverb that says, “If you have only two pennies, spend the first on bread and the other on hyacinths for your soul. more »»

UP 200 races: Celebrate events with the family

February 9, 2015 In February of 1990, a committee put together the first annual UP 200 Sled Dog Championship ten dog race and Midnight Run. Drawing tourists from all of the United States and world, the U.P. more »»

Marquette now: Art and music events galore

February 2, 2015 The first month of 2015 is behind us. February is a month that Marquette County embraces with both artistic and cultural/heritage events. From the outdoor Glacier Glide Art Show at Presque Isle, U.. more »»

Arts education: Knowledge is key basis for success

January 26, 2015 When Steve Jobs introduced the iPad 2 in 2001 he said, “It is in Apple’s DNA that technology alone is not enough — it’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields... more »»



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