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Theatre
12:00 am
Fri September 7, 2012

The play "8" goes over the trial to overturn the ban on gay marriage

Credit Saugatuck Center for the Arts

A preview of the play

On Sunday, Mason Street Warehouse in Saugatuck will put on a performance of the play 8, based on a California trial to overturn Proposition 8 which banned gay marriage.

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Theatre
12:00 am
Mon September 3, 2012

The Language of the Birds: Rosa Luxemburg and Me

Donna Blue Lachman
Credit Rebecca Thiele, WMUK

The one-woman show The Language of the Birds: Rosa Luxemburg and Me will be at the Acorn Theater in Three Oaks this weekend. The play is about two political activists separated in time: one is Rosa Luxemburg, a socialist revolutionary, the other is Lillian, a modern political blogger.

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Culture
12:00 am
Thu August 30, 2012

Kee-Boon-Mein-Kaa Pow Wow celebrates the harvest and the Pokagon way of life

Jason Wesaw
Credit Rebecca Thiele, WMUK

Musician Jason Wesaw says the Pokagon band of the Potawatomi has gathered around this time of year for generations to celebrate the harvest and all that the land provides to help them maintain their way of life. And for 27 years, the Pokagon have held the Kee Boon Mein Kaa Pow Wow, which takes place this weekend in Dowagiac. 

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Hobbies
12:00 am
Wed August 29, 2012

Students come from miles around to cooper piggins at Tiller's International

Instructor Chuck Andrews at Tillers International Coopering Class

Several men and one woman gathered in the woodshop at Tillers International farm near Scott’s Michigan to cooper a piggin. Tillers International is a non-profit organization in rural Scotts, Michigan. At their Cook’s Mill Learning Center they teach classes in cheese, soap and broom making, blacksmithing, stone masonry and natural fiber dying among other things.

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Arts & More
12:00 am
Mon August 27, 2012

The Children's Garden teaches kids about the natural world through hands-on experience

Some children practice walking like Dinosaurs at Leila Arboretum's Children's Garden in Battle Creek

In Battle Creek’s Leila Arboretum, behind a tall wooden fence, one-acre is devoted exclusively to young children. Katy Avery is the Education Manager at Leila Arboretum Society. The Children’s Garden features many small theme gardens.

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