Cherry Hill Boutique

Cherry Hill Boutique
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REHEARSAL MOMENTS Brian Iler [left] and Larry Hains run a scene from Readers' Theater's upcoming production "Remember the Night," a holiday love story that starts in a court of law. Brian Iler pays Jack Sargent, a prosecuting attorney whose personal "case" gets tried by a lovely shoplifter. Larry is a farmer who tells Jack that he doesn't cotton to "you fancy New Yorkers." How do these two lives cross? Find out at one of the performances of “Remember The Night” are December 8 and 9, 7:30 p.m. at at the Glen Lake Community Reformed Church, 4902 W. MacFarlane Road, Glen Arbor. Performances are free, but a freewill donations will be accepted.�Reservations are not required, but suggested. For reservations: or call GAAA at 334-6112.

APPLY FOR THE 2018 ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM The Glen Arbor Art Association’s Artist-in-Residence (AIR) program is now accepting applications for its 2018 program. A program prospectus and an on-line application can be found on the GAAA website, The deadline for submissions is February 9, 2018. Since the 1990s, the GAAA has welcomed visiting artists who want to immerse themselves in their work. With the Leelanau Peninsula as a backdrop, artist-residents enjoy two weeks of focused work time. The GAAA residencies provide artists with the time, space and support for the creation of new work, and the exploration of new ideas. Residencies are considered in the disciplines of creative writing, visual arts, photography, sculpture, fiber arts, ceramics and music. Housing and a studio space are provided. To learn more about the GAAA’s AIR program, please click on this link:…/artists-in-residence/.

WINTER SOUNDS, 'SONGS & CAROLS' WITH THE MANITOU WINDS The Manitou Winds presents its annual “Winter Songs & Carols” concert on Friday, December 8, 7:30 p.m. at the Leelanau School, 1 Old Homestead Road, Glen Arbor. This performance is sponsored by the Glen Arbor Art Association’s [GAAA] Manitou Music Festival, and will take place in the Leelanau School Dining Room. The concert is free. Reservations are not required. A goodwill offering will be taken, proceeds from which will be directed to the Leelanau School arts program and future Manitou Winds recording projects. This year’s program features songs of Advent, Winter Solstice, and Christmas intertwined with readings of poetry and prose. Manitou Winds is comprised of five musicians playing 12 different instruments to create a collage of music textures and styles. Joining the Manitou Winds are guest vocalists Christy Burich and Emily Curtin Culler. More than a concert filled with holiday-themed music, “Winter Songs & Carols” explores a holiday season enriched by many traditions. This year, the group hopes to bring comfort and joy to those who may be having trouble feeling jolly this holiday season with songs and music that focuses on “how winter can be the gateway to a time of healing, peace, and renewal,” said Manitou Winds Founder Jason McKinney. For more information about the “Winter Songs & Carols” concert, please contact the Glen Arbor Art Association at 231/334-6112; or go to the GAAA website:

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A MILLION THANKS We are pleased to announce and thank the Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts! The Glen Arbor Art Association was awarded a 2018 Operations Support Grant of $17,500. This MCACA/NEA grant will be put to work next year in support of: * Exhibitions and related programming to take place in the new gallery. * The Manitou Music Festival’s annual family concert at the Dune Climb. * Classes for children and adults. * Artist-in-Residence program. * Readers’ Theater. * The Plein Air Weekend, * And much more We want to include in our circle of thanks our gratitude to the legislators — both state and federal — who continue to support funding for arts, cultural and creative activities. Let these people know you care, too. Onward and upward with all things creative!

MEET THE CAST A cast has been selected for the Glen Arbor Art Association [GAAA] Readers’ Theater 2017 holiday play, “Remember the Night.” Playing the leads are Rhonda Richards, as Lee Leander, the petty thief, and Brian Iler, as the Prosecuting Attorney, John “Jack” Sargent. Ron Smith is O’Leary the Defense Attorney. Nancy O’Hara plays Jack’s mother. Filling out the cast, playing multiple roles, are: Pete LaPlaca as Fat Mike, the judge and jewelry store clerk; Jane Karel as Mrs. Malone, the matron, and waitress; Dorothy Wepking as Miss Day, and Aunt Emma; Larry Hains plays the district attorney, Rufus, and the man; Tom Patton is Willy, and Tom; and Chuck Barnell is our Announcer. Susan McConnell is the Assistant Director and Stage Manager. Teddy House directs the play. Performances of “Remember The Night” are December 8 and 9, 7:30 p.m. at at the Glen Lake Community Reformed Church, 4902 W. MacFarlane Road, Glen Arbor. Performances are free, but a freewill donations will be accepted.�Reservations are not required, but suggested. For reservations: or call GAAA at 334-6112.