Iron County Events
Story Time – Ages 5 and Under
July 8, 2014 @ 10:30 am
West Iron District Library
116 West Genesee Street
Iron River,MI 49935
Stephanie Swenski at 906-265-2831
Knit & Crochet Circle
11:00a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
You and your precious bundle of joy are invited to a play date! We love our young little readers, and interacting with other babies and toddlers is a great way for them to learn and explore!
West Iron District Library has set aside a special time for social interactions for babies 24 months and under. Thursdays at 9:00 beginning September 11th.
Come with friends and enjoy the fun, warm atmosphere at the Brule Saloon while listening to the classics and trying your skills at Karaoke!
Plus hear live music from Pat Thomas during the afternoon from 2pm-6pm!
Check out skibrule.com/events for more information!
The Second Sunday Folk Dance series celebrates its 31st year of great music. Set in the beautiful dance hall at Fortune Lake Camp this is one of the Midwest’s most popular venues for folk music and dance and is the largest, longest running event of its kind. The Second Sunday Folk Dance presents great musicians in an intimate setting. Dean and Bette Premo (White Water) organize and host the series.
The event opens at 4 PM Central Time with a short opening set by White Water, followed immediately by the featured guest act’s concert. The second half of the event is devoted to dancing in many forms with music by the Front Parlor Dance Band and dances taught by Bette Premo and others. Refreshments are available at each dance, and the entertainment lasts until 7 PM.
Admission for those over 15 is $7 and children 15 and under are admitted free. www.secondsundayfolkdance.
THIS WEEK FEATURING:
Many know Matt Watroba as the voice of folk music in Michigan for his work with WDET–Detroit Public Radio. As producer and host of the Folks Like Us program, and the nationally syndicated, Sing Out Radio Magazine and Folk Alley, Watroba has come in contact with many aspects of folk music and culture. This has helped shape a repertoire and presentation that is unique on stages across the state and country. He is committed to inspiring the world to sing– one town at a time. Matt brings a unique set of talents to the stage as an educator, performer and master of ceremonies. His passion for bringing community together through music and education is infectious. Add to that Matt’s own special brand of humor and you are in for a most entertaining and enlightening experience. You can find out more about Matt at www.mattwatroba.net.