Vintage Baseball Comes To Lapeer
What better way to celebrate sports and history than to bring a vintage baseball game to Lapeer? At 2 PM tomorrow (6/25) The Center For The Arts will be doing just that at Rowden Park. The Lapeer Tigers will host the Lumber City Baseball Club of Flint in a sport that combines contemporary features w…
Come Celebrate Capac
It's time for Capac Days Summer Festival happening today and tomorrow (June 17-18). Things get underway today at 5 PM with the Celebration Tent and Ride Zone opening.
Fridays schedule includes the pet parade,lawnmower races,Outhouse Races on Main Street and at dusk Fireworks will light up the sk…
Lapeer Days Needs Your Help
The Lapeer Days Festival is less then 10 weeks away and is $20,000 - $25,000 short of the support necessary to fund the event. The festival is not payed for through tax dollars but with sponsor contributions and various vendor fees.
Water Lily Wander
You're invited to seek out two species of water lilies growing at Seven Ponds Nature Center today Sunday (6/12) at 2 PM and discover the life history of these fascinating aquatic plants.
Hometown Teams and Pep Rally At Gallery 194
The Center for the Arts of Greater Lapeer, in cooperation with Michigan Humanities Council, presents Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America, a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian’s Museum on Main Street program.
Art, Music, Food And Fun In Downtown Lapeer
The subject is art in downtown Lapeer today and tomorrow. Art on Nepesssing Street includes an exciting exhibit of high quality art. The family fun event is free to attend. Not only art vendors, live music by local musicians and food vendors
Wildflower Lore At Seven Ponds
Do you know the Legend of Black-eyed Susan and Sweet William? The real medicinal and poisonous properties of wildflowers meet the romantic legends, histories and wild superstitions that surround them in wildflower folklore. You're invited to Wildflower Lore at Seven Ponds Nature Center on Sunda…
Eco Days & Native Plant Sale This Weekend
Where can you do some solar observing, purchase native woodland and prarie plants, make your own trail mix before hiking the trails, build your own bird house or nesting platform, get a first hand look at bee hives, see what bugs live in the water and maybe catch a few, dissect owl pellets,

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