May 25 Wednesday
A Free Michigan Radio Virtual Event
A leaked document indicates that the U.S. Supreme Court could soon overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision. What does that mean for Michigan? Join Michigan Radio’s Zoe Clark for a discussion about the state’s current laws regarding abortion, attempts to change them, and the impact this all might have on elections this fall.
May 28 Saturday
Saturday & Sunday from 10am-6pm and Monday from 10am-4pm.
Named one of the top 200 Sunshine Art Fairs in the country, the Kensington Art Fair is situated by Maple Beach in Kensington Metro Park. Free admission; however, Metro park Pass is required. Juried Artists, Food Trucks and Specialty Food available. Music. Hands on projects.
Presented by Integrity Shows.
Jun 14 Tuesday
True stories, told live and without notes. The Moth celebrates the ability of stories to honor both the diversity and commonality of human experience, and to satisfy a vital human need for connection. Hugely popular each week on NPR stations across the country, along with the equally popular Moth podcast, The Moth is a community where entertainment and enlightenment merge. The Moth Mainstage features five tellers who develop and shape their stories with Moth directors. Don't miss The Moth's return to Wharton Center!
Run time: TBD
Age Recommendation: This presentation my contain adult language and my not be suitable for all ages.
May 21 Saturday
The Detroit Realists of Art Atelier (DRA Atelier) is the first classical art school to open in Michigan. We are having our opening and then launching our education programs for the summer, as well as open modeling sessions for artists who desire an open studio and a model to study on a weekly basis. The instructors of the DRA Atelier, Brian Skol and Richard Seaman are both classically trained in a lineage of artists that go back over 600 years! Join us for an evening of fine art and insight into the methods of the old masters.
May 29 Sunday
May 30 Monday
Jun 03 Friday
WELCOME TO PORT HURON THEATRE DISTRICT! There WILL be drama! (... and singing, and dancing, and jazz hands!) The Port Huron Theatre District is kicking off its creation with a fun Festival, June 3-5 in Downtown Port Huron. The Festival will include art vendors, outdoor entertainment, and theatre performances! Art vendors will be placed on Bard St and Superior St, connecting all three theatres.
More details coming soon at https://www.phtd.org/
About the Theatre District:
In collaboration with McMorran Place Theatre, Enter Stage Right at the Citadel Stage, Port Huron Civic Theatre, and St. Clair County Community College Fine Arts Theatre, the Port Huron Downtown Development Authority has created the Port Huron Theatre District, a dedicated section of Downtown Port Huron where all three theatre houses reside.
This initiative is only possible thanks to the support of our sponsors Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs, Arts Midwest, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Community Foundation St. Clair County.
Jun 11 Saturday
What is Beyond Van Gogh?
Beyond Van Gogh is a new truly immersive experience. While other shows use virtual reality or still images, our show breaks barriers by incorporating both still and moving art. Masterpieces, now freed from frames, come alive, appear, and disappear, flow across multi-surfaces, the minutia of details titillating our heightened senses. The show is projected on every surface around you, this makes you feel as though you have stepped directly into a Van Gogh painting. We accompany the show with a beautiful score and include many other surprises!
Who created Beyond Van Gogh?
Created by French-Canadian creative director Mathieu St-Arnaud and his team at Montreal’s Normal Studio, Beyond Van Gogh is an immersive experience showcasing over 300 of the artist’s works.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Sunday – Thursday: 10am – 9pm (last entry 8pm) Friday & Saturday: 10am – 10pm (last entry 9pm)
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