Here in White Lake, as we anxiously await the singing birds and glorious pastel flower blooms, we’re happy to say that spring is near! And there’s tons going on in anticipation of this favored season.
To get you oriented to what’s taking place this April, we’ve compiled a list of some of our upcoming favorite activities, performances, and events below. Jot down what interests you, then don’t forget to book your stay with us at the Weathervane Inn (see our promotion below) — you’re always a welcome guest at our quaint lakefront hotel!
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Upcoming Events in White Lake – 2018
April 21st, 7am – 3pm (Fishing times) @ Montague Municipal Boat Launch, Montague
Love to kayak fish? Get ready to head out on the water for a heated competition against Mother Nature and your fellow fishermen! Michigan Kayak Trail (MKT) Competitions emphasize sportsmanship, fun, and education. Come to participate, and you may even go home with a cash prize! Find out more on the tournament’s Facebook page.
April 21st, 9pm – 11:55pm @ Pub One Eleven, Whitehall
In the mood for some live jams? Head over to the famed Pub One Eleven in downtown Whitehall for a sure-to-be-amazing live performance by Big Cadillac. Together since 2012, Big Cadillac will be playing all your favorite Classic Rock, Blues, and Country tunes from six decades: 1950s to present day.
April 21st, 1pm – 4pm @ Ferry Memorial Church, 8637 Old Channel Trail, Montague
These musicians are going places — and you have a chance to see them live and all in one place at the Final Round of the White Lake College Artist Solo Competition! The best college musicians from around the state (Ann Arbor, Lansing, Grand Rapids, and beyond!) will be competing for a first place prize of $500. The second place winner will go home with $300, and the 3rd place prize will be $200. Learn more about the event here.
April 24th, 6:30pm @ Lakeshore Museum Center, Muskegon
If you’ve been reading the news, you know that our bees are in trouble. You may run from one if you see it in your home, but they’re also our friends! It’s been said that, “bees are responsible for one out of every three bites of food we eat.”
So, if you’re interested in learning what it might take to get started in beekeeping, check out this speaker series, during which the Lansing MSU Institute of Agriculture Technology at MCC coordinator will guide you through the habitat, equipment, and honey extraction procedures you’ll need to know in order to keep bees yourself.
Even if you’re not interesting in creating a home for bees in your yard, this is a fascinating series you won’t want to miss. Find out more about the event here.
April 25th, 7pm – 10pm @ Fetch Brewing, Whitehall
Into records? The 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month are the nights to bring your favorite albums to Fetch Brewing in Whitehall. Order a brew and enjoy listening to your own favorite hits — plus the preferred musicians of others at the event. Beer will be flowing, and tunes will be spinning — it’s a great time to let loose and enjoy some real music.
April 27th, 7:30pm – 10pm @ Frauenthal Theater, Muskegon
The West Michigan Symphony Orchestra will be presenting the sultry, sweet sounds of star soprano Camille Zamora at the Frauenthal this April. Together with four amazing Argentinian dancers and acclaimed bandoneon artist Hector Del Curto, these tango classics will make you want to get up out of your seat and start dancing! Numbers include El Choclo, La Cumparsita, Por Una Cabeza, and more!