Rise Up Cadillac
Wednesday, October 9th, 2019
Networking from 6:30 A.M. - 7:00 A.M.
Meeting is hosted by:
Samaritas Senior Living of Cadillac
Neal Soenken, Casey Boyer, Kyle Hondorp & Amy Schmid
Curry House Assisted Living & Memory Care
for more information contact
Paula Jasper: 231-775-9776
Love Michigan - Consumers Energy
Wednesday, October 9th, 2019
Dennos Museum Center
1701 E. Front St, Traverse City, Mi 49686
You're invited to learn details of our clean energy plan!
Join Pattie Poppe, CEO of Consumers Energy, as she discusses the benefits and approval of Clean Energy Plan.
8:30 A.M. - Network
9:15 A.M. - Presentation
Light refreshments will be served.
To RSVP for this free event, register at: tcchamber.org/events
Consumers Energy - Count on us
A Brighter Energy Future for Michigan.
Location: 1701 E. Front St, Traverse City, MI 49686
NMSAS Recovery Support Trainings: 2019-2020
Houghton Lake Trainings: The Northern Center, 7784 Stone School Rd.
CCAR Recovery Coach Academy: October 5th, 6th, 12th, 13th (9-5) CCAR Ethics Training: November 2nd & 3rd (9-5pm) Recovery Advocacy Training: December 7th, 8th, 14th, 15th (9-4pm)
Petoskey Trainings: Emmet County EMS Station, 1201 Eppler Rd.
CCAR Recovery Coach Academy: January 11th,12th,18th,19th (9-5) CCAR Ethics Training: February 8th & 9th (9-5pm) Recovery Advocacy Training: February 29th & March 1st, 7th, 8th
Gaylord Trainings: Otsego County United Way, 116 E. 5th St. 49735
CCAR Recovery Coach Academy: March 28th, 29th & April 4th, 5th CCAR Ethics Training: April 25th & 26th (9-5pm) Recovery Advocacy Training: May 16th, 17th & 30th, 31st (9-4pm)
Trainings are free to those in the NMRE Region. Mileage reimbursement for participants and lim- ited lodging is available for those with long commutes. To fill out an application please visit us at youpickrecovery.org and click on the Recovery Coach Services tab. Call Tory or Shannon with any questions: 989. 370. 7608. A unique and fun opportunity to learn, network and help others! The RCA training needs to be completed before taking ethics and advocacy training. Space is limited.
*Six months of Recovery is required to take training.
Funds supporting this services are provided by NMRE & MDHHS
Location: The Northern Center, 7784 Stone School Rd.
Phone: 989. 370. 7608
October Business After Hours
October 9th, 2019
5:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M.
Bennethum's Northern Inn
3917 Old US Highway 27 S, Gaylord, Michigan 49735
The Gaylord Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a harvest themed Business After Hours event at Bennethum’s Northern Inn on October 9th from 5-7 pm with the sponsorship of Feeny Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Gaylord.
Each month business community members gather with the purpose of making new connections in an inviting setting. Together, Feeny Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Gaylord and Bennethum’s Northern Inn are bringing you a delicious harvest inspired menu that’s sure to impress! You’ll want to be sure you’re on time for the awesome drink specials, delicious food, and several great prize drawings which include gift certificates, swag, and the grand prize drawing, Michigan State University football tickets! Join us for a great evening of networking, food and fun on October 9th from 5-7 PM.
Tickets can be purchased by visiting www.gaylordchamber.com/business-after-hours or at the door at just $5 for members and $10 for not yet members!
Location: 3917 Old US Highway 27 S, Gaylord, Michigan 49735
Grand Opening Event - Matt LaFontaine
Wednesday, October 9th, 2019
5:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M.
You are invited to celebrate the Grand Opening of our Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, and Rap dealership. We'll have drinks, hors d'oeuvres, door prizes, and a cornhole tournament! Hope to see you all there!
Come see the Raminator from 12:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M.
Register now for the Northern Michigan CONSERVATION STEWARDS PROGRAM
September 10th - October 22nd, 2019
Register at : https://events.anr.msu.edu/NorthernMichiganConservationStewardsProg/
Become a Certified Michigan Conservation Steward!
♦ Michigan’s Conservation Heritage
♦ Ecological Foundations and Regions
♦ Terrestrial Ecosystems
♦ Aquatic Ecosystems
♦ 45+ hours of basic ecological training
♦ 40 hours of conservation volunteer service annually
♦ 8 hours of continuing education annually
♦ Completion of a capstone project (assistance provided in finding projects that match interests)
♦ For specific dates and times and contact information for the Northern Michigan Conservation Stewards Program visit: https://www.canr.msu.edu/ conservation_stewards_program/
WITH LEADERSHIP FROM:
Acommodatioions for persons with disabilities may be requested bu contacting Julie Crick at 989-275-7179 by August 21, 2019. Requests recieved after this date will be honered whenever possible. MSU is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Michigan State University Extension programs and materials are open to all without regard to race, national origin, gender, gender identity, religion, age, height, weight, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, or veteran status.
The mission of the Conservation Stewards Program (CSP) is to deliver high-quality, locally-based training oppurtunities to develop informed Michigan residents who will practice community-based volunteer conservation management activites.
Conservation Stewards are volunteers who help protect and restore our state's natural areas and ecosystems. They help remove invasive species, build trails, collect data, and work with naturalists, biologists, and land managers to perserve public land. The Conservation Stewards Program will help you gain the skills to lead or contribute to land stewardship efforts in your area.
Classroom and online suessions provide education in ecology, and multiple field trips guide students through forest, wetland, lake, and stream environments. Professional level instruction is provided by MSU Extension, Michigan Natural Features inventory, and other local experts.
Conservation Stewards Program is an eight week course consisting of in person classes on select Tuesday evening and two Saturday field days. Additional course work is complete online.
Cost is $250 per person Scholarships are available! Contact Julie Crick at firstname.lastname@example.org
Northern Michigan Conservation Stewards Program Kirtland Community College, Four Mile Campus Agenda
Tuesday, September 10th, 6-9pm Program Introduction Capstone Project Discussion
Tuesday, September 17th, 6 - 9pm Aquatic Ecosystems
• Watersheds: Interconnectedness of Lakes and Streams - Awaiting confirmation of speaker
• Zoning in the Stream Corridor - Awaiting confirmation of speaker
Saturday, September 21st, 9 - 5pm Aquatic Ecosystems Presenter: Erick Elgin, MSU Extension, Natural Resources Educator
• Guided interpretive float on Marl Lake
• Collection, identification and discussion of specimens from Marl Lake
Tuesday, September 24th, 6 - 9pm Michigan's Conservation Heritage
• How Native Americans Managed Michigan’s Pre-Settlement Forest by Jim Ren, USFS Archaeologist
• Michigan’s Logging Era and the Civilian Conservation Corps by Hillary Pine, DNR State Historian
Tuesday, October 1st, 6-9pm Ecological Foundations
• Conservation History of the Kirtland Warbler by Mark Janesco
• Local Landscape Geology by Ty Black, retired DNR Geologist
Tuesday, October 8th, 6 - 9pm Forest Ecosystems
• Jack Pine Forest Ecosystems by Phyllis Higman, Botanist, Michigan Natural Features Inventory
• Jack Pine Forest Management - Awaiting confirmation of speaker
Saturday, October 12th, 9 - 4pm Forests and Forested Wetlands Presenter: Julie Crick, MSU Extension Natural Resources Educator Presenter: Phyllis Higman, Michigan Natural Features Invertory
• Gahagan Nature Preserve, Tank Creek Headwaters
Tuesday, october 15h, 6 - 9pm Ecosystem Threats: Climate Change
• Current Research on Climate Change by Brian Klatt, Director, Michigan Natural Features Inventory
• Forest Adaption Materials and Discussion by Julie Crick, MSU Extension Natural Resources Educator
Tuesday, October 22nd, 6 - 9pm Capstone Project Presentations Graduation!
Location: Kirtland Community College 4 Mile Road Grayling Mi
Taught by certified GoddessLife® instructor Amira Hamzar, this class is for absolute beginners. The moves are broken down: classic Bellydance vocabulary movements are translated into simple shapes and the muscle groups utilized are easily explained. All ages, sizes, shapes and levels welcome. No dance experience necessary! Prize drawing for those that attend the free class. Must be present to enter and win. Bellydance demonstration to conclude the class: see how the moves are put together to music! RSVP to reserve your spot! Due to the intimate size of the studio, spaces are limited. Call/text Amira at 231.313.5577.
Location: Traverse Wellness Center 2785 N Garfield Road 49686
When: Wednesday, October 9, 2019
Where: Harbor Springs High School, 500 N Spring St, Harbor Springs, MI 49740
Time: 7:00 pm
Tickets: $15 in advance / $20 at the door
Ticket outlets: Harbor Springs Chamber of Commerce, 368 E Main St, Harbor Springs, MI 49740 - Phone: 231-526-7999
Harbor Springs High School - Phone: 231-526-4842
Location: Harbor Springs High School, 500 N Spring St, Harbor Springs, MI 49740
The Friends of the Roscommon Area District Library will host a showcase event, Artist Among Us, from Works of Nature to Works of Art, at the library from Tuesday, October 8 - Saturday, October 12. Using materials sourced from nature, the work of talented, local artists will be displayed. Featured will be displays of pottery by Cindy Pots, woodwork by Charlie Wilkins, painted gourds by Jeri Selthoffer, woodwork by Bob Southworth, decoy carving by Chet Schneider and birch bark art by Debbie Belknap. The community is invited to join the Friends and artists at an Opening Reception on Tuesday, October 8 from 11:00 - 1:00. Refreshments will be served. For more information, contact the library at 989-281-305
Location: Roscommon Area District Library