Earth Celebration at YOUR Grand Traverse County Civic Center on Saturday, April 27, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m
April 22, 2019FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Celebrate Our Earth at Your Grand Traverse County Civic CenterTraverse City, MI - Grand Traverse County's Resource Rrecovery and Parks and Recreation will host the Third Annual Earth Celebration on Saturday, April 27 at the Grand Traverse County Civic Center. Accoring to Resource Recovery Manager David Schaffer, this event again will feature over 30 vendors who will share "unique, earth-friendly lessons." From Smokey Bear and Woodsy Owl to the Great Lakes Children's
Wilderness medical training can save lives TRAVERSE CITY — If you are headed into the backcountry, basic wilderness medicine skills are essential. Whether participating as a recreation enthusiast, professional guide, outdoor educator, or forestry or park personnel in remote areas, it is indispensable to have knowledge of wilderness first aid in an emergency situation, in the event minor injuries need treatment or more serious casualties need to be kept stable until help is available. Northwestern
Also, stand by for the March end of month drawing for a CityMac $100 gift card. CityMac Training Events April 2019 Check out the training events for the month of April. Only $25 to expand your learning horizons in the areas of Advanced Photography, Apple Security, Advanced Mac OS, or Phones and Plans. Click below to see the curriculum or sign up: CityMac April Training Events
APRIL & MAY AT GRASS RIVER NATURAL AREA April 8 - Soup and Bread at The Little Fleet, 6pmMark your calendars for Soup & Bread. It’s easy! Local chefs donate four or more soups, one or more of which will appeal to you, and there is plenty of bread to dip or munch on its own. You make a donation, pick up a bowl, and eat soup and bread until it runs out or you are full. April’s proceeds will benefit Grass River Natural Area. We are bringing some interactive items that the whole family will enjoy as an
Happy spring! If you're like me, spring means sunshine, thawing lakes, and March Madness. #GoBlue. Over the winter, we have been refreshing our strategic work plans, applying for grants to strengthen our work, and connecting with appointed and elected officials on our advocacy efforts. Now that northern Michigan is coming out of hibernation, it's time to get to work on events that raise awareness and heighten water literacy, on-the-ground projects that restore healthy ecosystems and keep pollutants from
What do the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra, the Smithsonian and Handel have in common? The answer is WATER. Bring the entire family to Raven Hill Discovery Center on Saturday, August 25th at 4pm and celebrate water with us. See the Smithsonian Museum on Main Street Water/Ways exhibit, enjoy the new Watershed Model and listen to the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra play Handel’s Water Music. Water/Ways is open daily from 10am to 4pm. The open air concert begins at 4pm. Bring a lawn chair or blanket.