The Petoskey area hosts a variety of events, including our favorite special events list to the left that we look forward to every year!
106 KHQ and Boyne Mountain are partnering to offer up the hottest deal of the winter every Thursday through mid-March. Special pricing on evening lift tickets (4 to 9 pm), equipment rentals, as well as food and drink specials in the Trophy Room.
$10.06 evening lift tickets (4 to 9 pm all ages, 8 and under are still free)
$10.06 Ski and Snowboard Equipment Rentals (4 to 9 pm all ages)
Food and Beverage Specials to be determined.
Lift tickets and equipment rentals must be purchased at Boyne Mountain "day of" from 4 to 9 pm in order to receive the promotional price. Not to be combined with any other coupon or offer.
From the White Cliffs of Dover, to the craggy limits of Land's End: from the Alabaster Coast of Normandy, to the Emerald Coast of Brittany, "The English Channel" is a journey along the facing shores of France and England. Sometimes friendly, often confrontational, the historical relationship between these two great cultures has always been intriguing. The English Channel, or LaManche as it is known in France, can be a barrier, or it can be a link. Join Monty and Marsha as they take you on a unique voyage of discovery along the North Coast of France, the South Coast of England and some islands in between. Some stops include Sussex, Kent, Upper Normandy's Alabaster Coast, the Isle of Wight, the Normandy World War II Beaches, Guernsey and Sark Islands, and our trip ends at Brittany's coastal grandeur.
About Monty & Marsha Brown - Monty graduated from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, and immediately took up an acting career in London. While in London during the 1960s and early 70s he worked as a production assistant in the drama series department at BBC-TV. He began a career as a singer-songwriter in New York, and in 1980 Monty met and teamed up with Marsha in Louisiana.
Marsha plays bass and sings harmonies, while Monty plays guitar and harmonica. Two of the songs they have written and recorded were used in the popular movie, "Steel Magnolias". They have a current CD called "Dancing Cajun" which was released on the Swallow Label in Louisiana and has received air-play on South Louisiana radio stations.
Together they worked at the Natchitoches Folk Festival for a year, Monty as music coordinator and Marsha in PR and marketing. Monty spent several years as an announcer and arts producer for Red River (Public Radio in Shreveport, Louisiana) Marsha created the office of film and video in Shreveport, helping film makers to find locations and realize their projects.
In 1992 they quit their jobs in order to travel with their music. They lived in France and now they return each year to play music in France and England. They have spent three months in France shooting a travelogue on Digital Video tape.
They have written a play, "Gene" a theatrical biography of Eugene O'Neill, which was produced by The Company in Bossier City, Louisiana.
Currently they are working with school boards in several Louisiana parishes presenting a program of Louisiana Folk Music in middle schools. They also work with libraries producing programs for younger children.
Although she once had a crush on David Larrabee, the young playboy of the family, and returns to America with a wealthy French suitor in tow, she finds herself drawn to Linus Larrabee, whose intelligence, lack of sentimentality, and knowledge of the world stimulates her. When it's revealed that Sabrina's father has amassed a fortune on the stock market over the past decades, she is able to woo and win Linus as her financial, as well as intellectual, equal.
LTCT Box Office
A program for Parents & their children Under 3
This program is a quickly paced mixture of songs, stories, fingerplays, poems and puppets. Repetition is important at this age and the program will reflect that developmental need. This is a "drop-in" program.
Petoskey District Library