Old Town Playhouse is holding auditions for its March production, Shrek the Musical, by Jeanine Tesori and David Lindsay-Abaire. This fairy tale, based on the award winning DreamWorks film, has roles for 28 to 32 actors. Auditions are open to all community members and will be held Monday, December 1, and Tuesday, December 2, at […]
Parade watchers are invited to the Ludington Library Saturday, November 29, 4:00-6:00 pm – before the Aglow On The Avenue holiday parade – to warm up with hot cocoa, eat cookies, and enjoy holiday music. Children’s activities will also be provided. Come celebrate the holiday season at your library! Children under age 8 must be […]
You will not want to miss Toy Town’s 3rd Annual Toy Trot 5K! On November 29th, beginning at 9:00 a.m., registered racers, wearing ugly sweaters, santa hats, and decked out in elf apparel, will start on Lake Street by the City Christmas tree in the City Park, follow Lake Street to Pine Street, head left/west […]
In your “Event of the Week” this week… we’re looking at snow, snow and more snow. Of course, snowfall has been the headline we’ve talked about a lot in the past week, and not always in a positive context. While snow and slick, dangerous road conditions, created problems for travelers — that same snow made […]
Here in northern Michigan, there are a lot of people making a difference in their communities. We’re recognizing those who make an impact with the “MI News 26 Person of the Week.” This week, we’re recognizing a man who served as a long-time board member of the Nature Conservancy in northern Michigan. Those nominating Jay […]
The Medicaid assistance program is often seen as a “free” benefit for low-income citizens. Of course, nothing is truly free, and in some cases, the state can demand to be re-paid by the family of someone who received benefits. Minews26 Reporter Abigail Blackrick has more.