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Cathy Bolton to perform Thursday

L’ANSE — Cathy Bolton and her brand of folk, country and pop music will be presented at the L’Anse Lakefront Concerts at 7 p.m. Thursday in Lakefront Park, at the foot of Broad Street.

Meadowbrook Arena is the inclement weather site.

Trillium House seeking volunteers

MARQUETTE — Trillium House is looking for volunteers to help ensure its hospice residents are safe and comfortable at the end of life.

“Right now we’re focusing on building a corps of Care Support volunteers,” said Executive Director Pat Bray in a press release. This volunteer role is designed to provide assistance to the organization’s staff for a few hours every day.

“These volunteers will help with cooking meals and assisting those who require help eating. They’ll also help with other jobs around the house including the laundry, cleaning, sitting with residents who welcome visitors, and other tasks that free up our care givers to be with residents,” Bray said.

The Marquette-based organization’s plan is to have three time slots each day of up to three hours centered around meal times. Volunteers will be requested to sign up for regular shifts and will be required to attend program training. These volunteers must undergo a criminal background check and receive a tuberculosis test.

For more information call 906-264-5026 or visit trilliumhospicehouse.org.

MooseWood holds rummage sale

MARQUETTE — MooseWood Nature Center will have its second annual Community Rummage and Bake Sale from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aug. 17-18.

Donations are being accepted from 4-6 p.m. Aug. 1 and Aug. 8 and from noon to 4 p.m. Aug. 4 and Aug. 11 at the MooseWood Nature Center. Gently used and working donations only, please. All donations are tax-deductible (as allowable by law), and organizers are happy to provide a donation receipt.

Everyone is invited to shop around for great deals and good finds on art, furniture, toys, and more to benefit the local nature center. Select items will be priced, but most will be available for a generous donation.

Volunteers are needed for this sale. Anyone who enjoys baking is asked to consider making some goodies for the bake sale and help support MooseWood. Package baked goods as you see fit and provide an ingredient list for those with food allergies. If your baked goods are not priced we will do so for you.

Volunteers are needed to help set up, organize sale items, bake and clean-up after the event. Volunteer shifts are available Aug. 15, (work day to organize and price items) as well as during the sale Aug. 17-18.

Anyone interested in volunteering is asked to call MooseWood at 906-228-6250 or email moosewoodnc@gmail.com.

Concerts to be held at Presque Isle

MARQUETTE — The Marquette City Band, guest community bands, and the festival concert band will perform concerts on Friday and Saturday, both at Presque Isle Bandshell.

The concert on Friday at 7 p.m. will feature guest community bands. Marquette City Band brings together community band instrumentalists from across the U.S. for an enjoyable musical and social experience.

The concert on Saturday at 7 p.m. will be the festival concert band, which features the Alphorngruppe. The festival concert band will be conducted by Dr. Stephen Grugin, director of the Marquette City Band and the director of bands/professor of low brass at Northern Michigan University.

Go to the website for last any information or changes: https://marquettecityband.com/2018/03/12/2018-upper-peninsula-concert-band-festival-upcbf-august-3rd-4th/

906 Festival to be held in Curtis

CURTIS — The 906 Festival is being launched this year by the Erickson Center for the Performing Arts in Curtis.

It’s planned as a fun, family-friendly event that celebrates the Upper Peninsula. It will be from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday.

The festival will include live music with Chasin’ Steel from 3:30-6:30 p.m., U.P. food, art, and retail vendors, a beer and wine tent featuring Ore Dock Brewing Company, Keweenaw Brewery Company, and End of the Road Winery, entertainment in the park all day, fun games and activities for the whole family, non-profit organization booths, demonstrations, and more.

U.P. culture and traditions will be center stage at the “906 Festival” at the ECA. Contact Rachel Bonacorsi at office2@erickson center.org or 906-586-9974.