Albion Michigan Arts Group Events and Posts

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Just a thought..is there some way the bohm theater can live stream and we pay to watch movies like on a friday Saturday and Sunday nights? I keep my grandbabies on the weekends. I'm willing to have movie night where I can log on at the times movies are playing. Especially if new movies are coming out. I dont want to miss them. ... See MoreSee Less

Tuesday January 12th, 2021 - 5:35 pm

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I'm so hoping they re-open soon but that's a good idea for those who wish to stay in.

A Bohm movie night!! I'd have the popcorn holder with the drinks on the side of the popcorn bowl, grab a blanket..I'd make it a big issue and I believe they'd go for it!👍🥳🍭🍬🍿🌭🍕

They have a page maybe we could ask them or friends of the Bohm not sure what equipment and licensing to do that would cost.

What a great idea!! However, I understand the streaming rights would be so costly that it isn’t financially feasible for the Bohm to do this.

I'm pretty sure you can rent with a small group...and have a real movie at the Bohm

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See special places along the Detroit Riverfront where underused spaces were transformed into magical places for recreation and renewal.Art of Detroit by Maggie LaNoue. Robert C. Valade Park opened along the East Riverfront in 2019. It features a huge beach, a music garden, colorful playscapes for climbing, a community barbecue pavilion and Bob’s Barge….Detroit’s only floating bar. The park is also home to The Shed, a beautiful glass building that will feature local food and special events.
Prints and cards of the Detroit Riverfront transformation project can now be seen at michiganprints.com/detroit/
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Friday January 1st, 2021 - 7:40 pm

See special places along the Detroit Riverfront where underused spaces were transformed into magical places for recreation and renewal.

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Do they sell Pepsi at this floating bar?? 😀

Albion Money is double the money and spends locally. Visit the Chamber between 3-6 to get yours. Will post a list of vendors next.I went out and bought some "Albion Money" yesterday, special double the money thanks to a grant from Consumers Energy. Then just two doors down I went to buy more chocolate from the Yellow Bird Chocolate Shop! MMMM ... See MoreSee Less

Friday December 18th, 2020 - 11:11 am

Albion Money is double the money and spends locally.  Visit the Chamber between 3-6 to get yours.  Will post a list of vendors next.

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The following businesses are accepting Albion Money: Albion Auto Mart Stirling Books & Brew Superior Nutrition Abbott Thomson Law Foundry Bakehouse & Deli Pure Albion Inside Out Automotive Detailing Collective Goods Albion Malleable Brewing Company Yellow Bird Chocolate Shop Lopez Taco House P. S Food Mart Kids N' Stuff Young's Pharmacy McDonalds Kelly Express Mart Gordon Martin Builder College Chevrolet Schuler Arts Gina's Pizza & Deli Jolly Green Junction Lopez Taco House Double your money in Albion thanks to Consumers Energy! Thanks to Consumers Energy, the Greater Albion Chamber of Commerce is able to double your bucks with Albion money while supporting local businesses! Here is how it works: 1. Call the Greater Albion Chamber of Commerce (629-5533) or stop in between the hours of 3pm and 6pm; Monday through Friday. You can place your order over the phone or purchase in person. There is a $50 ($100) max per person. You simply pay for $25 or $50 in Albion money and receive $50 or $100 respectively to shop local in our community. 2. Once you have purchased your Albion Money and doubled your bucks, head out to a local retailer or restaurant that is participating in the program and shop and support your local business owners. Your Albion money will be treated just like cash!

What a neat idea!

I did the same thing! Chocolate and beer! Tomorrow, the bakery, then Common Goods, then ...

One of my favorite gifts from my children was a car detail. 🚗 Inside Out Automobile Detailing would be an excellent gift for someone who has “everything”.🎄

We went last night, good chocolate!

Try to get a photo of buying something from the local business and share it to facebook to get even more for our businesses!

The chocolate downtown is worth it! Maybe I'll do that. And detailing. And college chevy.

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Making Chocolate is an art. I watched her pick flavors, designs, and tell stories of how chocolate is made. She even had a member of her family paint the cacoa plant on the wall. I love it when Albion includes art in their life and business. ... See MoreSee Less

Sunday December 13th, 2020 - 1:28 pm

A great opportunity to learn to play an instrument. Creative Albion. ... See MoreSee Less

Sunday December 13th, 2020 - 1:02 pm

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Wednesday December 2nd, 2020 - 5:39 pm

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Or for us really old-timers, City Bank!

🎄✨It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas✨ 🎄
🎁Send family and friends Washington Originals Christmas cards created locally by none other than Jerome Washington! Find these one of a kind cards plus many more at Collective Goods located Downtown Albion.
🎁Collective Goods will be open Tuesday 3pm-7pm, Friday Noon-7pm & Saturday 10am-7pm until Christmas
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Monday November 30th, 2020 - 6:03 pm

🎄✨It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas✨ 🎄 
🎁Send family and friends Washington Originals Christmas cards created locally by none other than Jerome Washington! Find these one of a kind cards plus many more at Collective Goods located Downtown Albion.
🎁Collective Goods will be open Tuesday 3pm-7pm, Friday Noon-7pm & Saturday 10am-7pm until ChristmasImage attachmentImage attachment

Visit Albion to shop small businesses, from Pure Albion to Dickerson Music Co. and everything in between! Drive through Albion's first "Reverse Parade!" It's FREE! See more info about Santa also on this link.Albion will also be doing a modified "parade" this year. We love that our communities are creatively making sure we keep the holiday spirit alive! ... See MoreSee Less

Monday November 30th, 2020 - 6:16 am

Visit Albion to shop small businesses, from Pure Albion to Dickerson Music Co. and everything in between!  Drive through Albions first Reverse Parade!  Its FREE!  See more info about Santa also on this link.

Eastend Studio & Gallery in Marshall just reached its $50K goal for Patroncity to build its elevator. This allows the organization to use its historic building to host events such as weddings, reunions and meetings. Eastend is the largest non profit gallery in a 3-state region and helps artists from all around, including Albion. We are happy to share this exciting news as it shows that mid-Michigan is on track to use its trails and arts to bring in visitors from all around.It’s official! We’ve reached our goal of 50K during our fundraising campaign. Because we have two days left in the campaign, we are calling a stretch goal of an additional $2,500 which will cover the commission costs Patronicity receives to host their fundraisers.

Thank you to Tanner Simpson, Trailblazers, Jeff & Joanne Fitzmaurice, Livia & Thomas Watson, Frank & Sue Boley, and Pam & Randy Davis for helping us get there.

We are incredibly grateful to our supporters. Thank you all so much for your generosity!

(Pictured here is a fused glass ornament by artist Julie Taborn.)
www.patronicity.com/project/eastends_give_us_a_lift#!/
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Saturday November 28th, 2020 - 6:24 pm

Eastend Studio & Gallery in Marshall just reached its $50K goal for Patroncity to build its elevator.  This allows the organization to use its historic building to host events such as weddings, reunions and meetings.  Eastend is the largest non profit gallery in a 3-state region and helps artists from all around, including Albion.  We are happy to share this exciting news as it shows that mid-Michigan is on track to use its trails and arts to bring in visitors from all around.

Before the days of MP3's, before the days of CD's, cassettes, and record albums, people had to make their own music on actual musical instruments. It was a way to spend some time with family and friends after dinner, or just for fun. People often bought printed music sheets, and printed music was a hot commodity, many a fortune was earned by creating and selling printed music. Dickerson Music Co. has one of the premier collections of printed music of any retail music store. Can you think of a favorite song from your family growing up? There's a good chance that Dickerson Music has it in print, and this would be a great gift for a family member. Tell them the story of how music was shared, before MP3's and records. Shop Local Business.Now is the time to get your music for the holidays. Don’t forget if you bring in an unwrapped toy for toys for tots you get 10% off your purchase. #toysfortots #shoplocal ... See MoreSee Less

Wednesday November 18th, 2020 - 2:34 pm

Before the days of MP3s, before the days of CDs, cassettes, and record albums, people had to make their own music on actual musical instruments.  It was a way to spend some time with family and friends after dinner, or just for fun.  People often bought printed music sheets, and printed music was a hot commodity, many a fortune was earned by creating and selling printed music.  Dickerson Music Co. has one of the premier collections of printed music of any retail music store.   Can you think of a favorite song from your family growing up?  Theres a good chance that Dickerson Music has it in print, and this would be a great gift for a family member.  Tell them the story of how music was shared, before MP3s and records.  Shop Local Business.

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I hope to get there next week, on Small Business Saturday.

Hi! My name is Lauren Bergeron. I am a third year history student and a student worker at the Albion College Archives and Special Collections. Hi! My name is Akaiia Ridley. I am also a third year history student and I am assisting Lauren in the Albion College Archives and Special Collections.

Together we are working to create an exhibit that will highlight the Black history of Albion College. Black students are a big part of the Albion College community and we have noticed that there is not a lot of coverage of the experiences that Black students have had on this campus. We want to hear from you. The purpose of this exhibit is to bring to light the experience of being a Black student on Albion College’s campus and/or a member of the Albion community. This exhibit will act as an opportunity for Black alumni and current students to share their experiences in forms that can be preserved in the archive for years to come, so that future generations can see what came before them.

If you would like to participate in any way, such as providing oral histories, or photos that you are willing to share, please contact Lauren Bergeron at LDB12@albion.edu or Akaiia Ridley at ADR12@albion.edu.
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Monday October 26th, 2020 - 10:16 am

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Sunday October 25th, 2020 - 10:44 am

Fundraiser for The Davis Center - Home of the Bohm coming up on November 12. Get your tickets now and enjoy a catered dinner also!Tickets are now live for our 2020 Toast to the Bohm 🎉🎊
Check out our website for information on the event and how to book your spot today!

bohmtheatre.org/event/a-toast-to-the-bohm-presents-raiders-of-the-lost-ark/
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Friday October 23rd, 2020 - 2:01 pm

Fundraiser for The Davis Center - Home of the Bohm coming up on November 12.  Get your tickets now and enjoy a catered dinner also!

Word UP is an upcoming concert series with a kick-off talent show highlighting local rap, R&B, and poetry artists. Submit your video at www.bohmtheatre.org

UPDATE!! Word UP at the Bohm will now take place on November 21st 2020. NEW submission deadline: October 24th!

Check out the flyer below, which highlights the requirements for the initial talent search (a $25 entry fee for artists to enter their audition tape for and a $10 cover charge for guests).
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Wednesday October 21st, 2020 - 5:03 pm

Stirling Books & Brew

Fall Poetry Contest
Location: Stirling Books And Brew
October 31, 2020 at 12:30PM
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Friday October 16th, 2020 - 4:09 am

Arts and Eats Tour has been Canceled for 2020

TOUR CANCELLATION
After much discussion with Arts and Eats staff and participants both past and present, we have made the difficult decision to cancel Arts and Eats 2020. We make this announcement with heavy hearts but with the firm belief that it is the best choice available to us.

The 2020 tour was to be our 10th anniversary event. Though we are disappointed to instead be facing a year without the tour, we remain grateful for the artists, artisans, farmers, and restaurateurs who make up the tour, the sponsors who make the tour possible, and the visitors who come out each year to celebrate Southwest Michigan. We thank you for your patience as we figure out our next steps, and we look forward to seeing you for Arts and Eats again in 2021.

The 2020 Arts and Eats Team

Arts and Eats is a free self-driving tour of rural regions in Allegan, Barry, Calhoun, Kalamazoo, and Van Buren counties and the surrounding rural region. Partner organizations collaborate to bring you quality experiences in art, local food, and agriculture in those little out-of-the-way places that beg to be discovered.

www.artsandeats.org/
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Sunday October 11th, 2020 - 7:41 pm

OMG! This is crazy! We were riding down Music Row in Nashville, TN with our brother. He says “Look Up” and we saw this.

Thank you Rounder Records for believing in us. Thank you beautiful humans for buying the new album. ❤️
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Friday October 2nd, 2020 - 7:08 pm

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Exciting!

This is fantastic!!! Thanks, Jim Dean for sharing! ♥️

That’s great for a wonderfully talented couple.

Way to go! Now for the star on Hollywood Blvd!

How cool is that!

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Distinguished Alumni: Soe Yu Nwe, '13 ... See MoreSee Less

Saturday October 3rd, 2020 - 5:59 pm

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Feel free to join the group, and to share your information there.  It will stream onto this page so others can see it, even if they are not on Facebook.

We especially invite musical groups to share a post to their musician’s Facebook page or for visual artists to share a link to their artist Facebook page. Likewise, we are happy to see performing artists share links to their theatre site, or to share special events on this page. We hope this page will be a resource for not only the artists, but also for the patrons of the arts in Albion, Michigan.