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Howl-O-Scream Haunted House

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L'Anse Meadowbrook Arena, Division Street, L'Anse MI
Haunted House to benefit Meadowbrook Arena a non profit organization.
Kerri Sikkila
906-201-0455 | 448680203

Master Artist Concert & Workshop

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10/13/2017 - Starts: 7:00 PM - Ends: 8:30 PM
10/14/2017 - Starts: 1:00 PM - Ends: 2:00 PM
Peter White Public Library, Community Room, Marquette, MI
Enjoy an evening concert and afternoon workshop with Wayne Henderson and Helen White at the Peter White Public Library on Friday, October 13, at 7:00 pm and Saturday, October 14 at 1:00 pm in the library’s community room.

Wayne Henderson is a National Heritage Award recipient honored for his craftsmanship as a luthier and his renowned finger-style Appalachian guitar playing. His instruments are coveted worldwide and he sports a long waiting list for his guitars, mandolins, and banjos. Wayne’s lightning fast, articulate playing style was influenced by Doc Watson and EC Ball. His repertoire includes Appalachian fiddle tunes, Carter Family melodies and a few swing and rockabilly standards. He has won more awards at the Galax Fiddlers Convention than any other competitor in its seventy-seven-year history.

A singer, fiddler, guitarist and tunesmith, Helen White has toured extensively with Wayne in the U.S. and Europe. Her compositions include works for theater and video projects as well as a Booklist honored recording of original songs for children. Helen is the founder and served as director of the Junior Appalachian Musicians (JAM) program at the local and regional level for 15 years.

For Saturday’s workshop, Wayne and Helen will do a "Talk and Demonstration" on the traditional Appalachian style music they play, moderated by Phil Watt. Topics will include their backgrounds, how they became interested in music, and the art of instrument building, during which a few tunes will be played. The format will be informal ... an opportunity to be up close and interact with the artists.

For Friday’s concert there is a $5 cover charge for adults at the door. The Saturday workshop is free thanks to sponsorship by the Hiawatha Music Cooperative and the Carroll Paul Memorial Trust Fund of the Peter White Public Library. For more information, visit or call 226-4318.
Carolyn McManis, Library Programming Coordinator, 226-4318 | 448675723

“Top 10 Marketing Mistakes Services Businesses Make That Cost Them Profits”

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10/13/2017 - Starts: 6:30 PM - Ends: 8:00 PM
Ramada Marquette, MI Ancestors room
Services Marketing seminar discussing topics including target audience, market research, setting a budget, advertising tips, and much more. Open to the public and business professionals, but space is limited. The cost is $20 if you preregister at or $30 at the door
Ethan Hausmann
906-251-0486 | 448247823

Players de Noc's "Wall"

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10/6/2017 - Starts: 8:00 PM
10/7/2017 - Starts: 8:00 PM
10/12/2017 - Starts: 8:00 PM
10/13/2017 - Starts: 8:00 PM
10/14/2017 - Starts: 8:00 PM
10/8/2017 - Starts: 2:00 PM
Bonifas Fine Arts Center, Escanaba
The Players de Noc will be performing "Wall."
Lori Rose, 906-786-6864, Escanaba MI | 446672273

Lego Club

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10/6/2017 - Starts: 4:30 PM - Ends: 5:30 PM
10/13/2017 - Starts: 4:30 PM - Ends: 5:30 PM
10/20/2017 - Starts: 4:30 PM - Ends: 5:30 PM
10/27/2017 - Starts: 4:30 PM - Ends: 5:30 PM
Peter White Public Library, Youth Atrium. 217 N. Front Street, Marquette, MI 49855
Peter White Public Library Youth Atrium. LEGO Club for ages 5 and up. Listen to stories and work with others to build Lego projects. Free. LEGOs provided. For more information call 226-4320, visit, or find Peter White Public Library Youth Services on Facebook.
Sarah Rehborg

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