Friday, July 2, 2010
July 2-5, 2010
Looking for something to do this weekend?
July 3, Waterfront Invitational Fine Arts fair, Saugatuck
July 4, Parade 2 pm and fireworks at sunset
Farmers’ MarketThe Green Market is at the Saugatuck Center for the Arts from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. today (Friday) until and on Mondays from 3-7 p.m. For more info, call 269-857-2399 or visit http://www.sc4a.org.
Hit the Antique Mall, the S.S. Keewatin old steamship Museum, head over to the Saugatuck Center for the Arts and see the new exhibit titled Expirenceing the Art of Glass which runs from June 24-August 9. It's from the collection of the Muskegon Museum of Art, experience these spectacular modern works of glass. In a dazzling array of colors, shapes, and sizes, this collection nudges boundaries and conceptions about glass artistry. Including works by modern masters Dale Chihuly, Nancy Callan, Michael Rogers and others.
The award-winning Saugatuck-Douglas Museum has unveiled its 2010 exhibit: A Place Called Ox-Bow: 100 Years of Connecting Art, Nature, and People. Saugatuck's "Ox-Bow" is a site of many human and natural wonders: culture, nature, landscape, and waterscape, all unfolding from the Lake Michigan shoreline to the Kalamazoo River and the old Village of Saugatuck. This exhibit is about how for a century the Ox-Bow School has been a bridge between nature and art for thousands of people, comprising an important chapter in the history of the lakeshore and its dunes. This exhibit is open daily, noon to 4 p.m., until Labor Day, and on the weekends only in the fall. Admission is free. For more information, call 269-857-7901 or visit http://sdhistoricalsociety.org/.
Did someone mention the beach or Lake Michigan again, of course you can take a long walk along the wide sandy beaches of Lake Michigan and smile at the greatness of the big pond. Why not visit the Saugatuck Dunes State Park (bring some water-it's a hot one today) and take a long walk through the woods, it will be just beautiful.
There is some awesome music being played at the What Not Inn (a neat little restaurant) every Saturday and Sunday. (Mondays with Wally Michaels on piano, Jeff Beavan on bass, and Jack Wilkin on the drums). Enjoy Michael Holmes, Christy G, Entourage Mike Raleigh, and Keith Scott, and there’s some cool jazz by vocalist Mary Rademacher and Edye Evans Hyde. Show times are 7-11 p.m. Plus don’t forget about open mike night on Mondays. For more info, call 269-543-3341 or visit http://www.whatnotinn.com.
Music at the Lucky Stone Pub
Join the folks at Saugatuck Brewing Company’s Lucky Stone pub for some music and locally crafted beer: July 3, Last Call Band (cover/rockabilly); All performances are from 7-11 p.m. For more info, visit http://saugatuckbrewing.com
The Red Barn Players present Neil Simon’s comedy/mystery Rumors on July 2-3. Several affluent couples gather in the posh suburban residence of a couple for a dinner party celebrating their host’s 10th anniversary. When they arrive, they discover there are no servants, the hostess is missing, and the host - the deputy mayor of New York City - has shot himself through the earlobe. Comic complications arise when, given everyone’s upper class status, they decide they need to do everything possible to conceal the evening’s events from the local police and the media. The Jewish Theater of Grand Rapids returns to the Red Barn Theater on July 16 and 18 with the musical Hello Muddah, Hello Faddah! Seven angels plays host to a musical revue based on Allan Sherman’s endearing collection of song parodies. For more info, call 269-857- 5300 or visit their website at http://redbarnsaugatuck.com/.
Don't forget to check out our calendar of events for June in our monthly newsletter at Sherwood Forest Bed and Breakfast and if you wish to see some of our accolades check out our Sherwood Forest Bed and Breakfast Awards and Reviews Page.
Our newest package...The Birthday Bash You provide the birthday, and we'll handle all the arrangements. All you need to do is bring your birthday suit (and suitcase). Upon arrival, you'll enter a celebration-filled room with helium balloons all inscribed with messages foretelling of the wonderful event taking place, a birthday bouquet, and a bottle of Michigan's finest champagne We'll also include for your gastronomical pleasure, the piece de resistance, a specially-made birthday cake (singing optional). $75.00
Sherwood Forest Picnic Baskets Venture forth from Sherwood Forest with your own basket of goodies this summer. The picnic includes a fine selection of Italian meats, cheeses, and baguettes, along with fresh fruit and sweets to make your afternoon rendezvous complete. To wet your whistle, choose from spritzers or bottled water (vegetarian selection also available). Price: $55 for two. To book this package call us at 800-838-1246.
Posted by Keith Charak at Friday, July 02, 2010