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Steel City Rovers to perform in New Era, Michigan

Steel City Rovers to perform in New Era, Michigan

Steel City Rovers are bringing their show, “Winter Tidings” to Morat’s Bakery and Pub Stage in New Era, MI on Saturday, November 28, 2015 at 7:00pm.

This group from Canada, performs a mix of old world Celtic seasonal standards, secular and non-secular works and some of their new compositions tailored for the season. An energetic show of toe tapping jigs, reals and uplifting songs. A great seasonal outing.

The cost for this great show is a $5.00 cover charge; dinner prices from $10.00 - $15.00 from the dinner menu.

Any additional information can be obtained by calling Mark Fletcher at 226-227-1064 or by e-mail at sadsquirrel@sympatico.ca

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Craft Day for Deer Hunter Widows

Craft Day for Deer Hunter Widows

A perfect craft day is offered for women this Saturday, November 21.

Howard Christian Nature Center invites hunter widows the chance to pass the time away with an opportunity to use their talent to create upcoming holiday mementos’ to take home.

Natural ornaments & Wreaths for the holidays are the craft activities offered at Camp Lily’s on 20 Mile Road on Saturday, November 21 from 11am-1pm. Register soon to attend this crafty experience!

A donation of $10 is encourage, which includes supplies.

Visit www.howardchristensen.org to register.    

Taste of my town: Ramona's Table

ROCKFORD, Mich. (WZZM) -- Juicy roast beef, and warm cheddar cheese is just one delicious menu item at Ramona's table. This week's Taste of My Town brings us to the quaint restaurant in Rockford where they focus on farm to table food and sustainability.

Ramona's Table menu includes a variety of sandwiches, wraps, salads, appetizers, and entrees -- all made with fresh, local produce.

Ramona's Table is located in Downtown Rockford on Squires Street Square. Their exact address is 17 Squires Street Square NE.

They are open Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

You can visit their website, by clicking here.


It's official, Cannonsburg buys Pando

ROCKFORD, Mich. (WZZM) -- Pando is no longer for sale. The winter sports park was bought by Cannonsburg Ski Area Friday afternoon.

Alycia Choroszucha, Marketing and Development Coordinator of Cannonsburg, tells WZZM 13 the owners didn't want to see Pando sell to a company with an alternate purpose for the park and look forward to expanding their winter activities.

Choroszucha adds, Pando will likely be closed this season as they need time to assess the property.

In addition to the big purchase, Cannonsburg also announced they will be adding tubing this year. They have created a tubing operation larger than Pando's to be open this season.

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Little Shop of Horrors at Greenville Performing Arts Center

Little Shop of Horrors at Greenville Performing Arts Center

Greenville High School will perform the play “Little Shop of Horrors” on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 19 – 21 at 7:30pm at the Greenville Performing Arts Center, located at 111 N. Hillcrest in Greenville, MI.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students, grade K-12 and senior citizens, age 60 and older. Tickets can be purchased at the door, the UPS Store in Greenville, or on line at www.greenville.k12.mi.us Click on THE ARTS tab, scroll down to Event Tickets and follow the instructions.

Contact Cheryl Willard at the Greenville High School Box Office for additional information.  


Holiday Craft Show & Bazaar Returns

Holiday Craft Show & Bazaar Returns

With the change of the seasons & the upcoming holidays quickly approaching, a favorite past time is around the corner.

Holy Family Parish located at 425 S. State Street in Sparta invites the public to their annual Craft Show & Bazaar to visit 34 craft booths for one-of-a-kind gift ideas or for your own collection. There will be handmade crafts - like ornaments, jewelry, wood, quilts and more, along with baked goods, raffles & door prizes.

Online threat lands Rockford teen in jail

ROCKFORD, Mich. (WZZM) - A Rockford High School student told that he would have to repeat the 11th grade is now charged with making threats against the high school.

"I'm just going to shoot everybody up,'' 17-year-old Jagar Ray Schwartz wrote in Sept. 13 a message to another student that was recovered by police, court records show.

On Monday, the Belmont teen appeared in 63rd District Court where he was ordered to stand trial for making a false report or threat of terrorism. Judge Sara Smolenski also bound him over to circuit court for an Aug. 24 break-in at Grand Rapids E-Liquid store, 5255 Northland Drive NE in which a rock was thrown a window.

Schwartz faces a misdemeanor charge of malicious destruction of property for causing more than $200 in damage at Plainfield Township offices, 6161 Belmont Avenue NE. That incident occurred Sept. 27.