EFFECTIVE SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 2021: The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) updated its epidemic order to allow indoor activities where Michiganders can remain masked. Bars and restaurants remain closed to indoor dining, but can be open for outdoor dining, carry-out, and delivery. Night clubs, contact sports (except professional sports), and water parks remain closed. The new order is effective Saturday, Jan. 16, 2021 through Sunday, Jan. 31, 2021. For additional information, please visit michigan.gov.

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Jump into the Holiday Spirit in Flint & Genesee

December is here and soon people around the world will be celebrating a variety of holidays from Hannukah, Winter Solstice, Kwanzaa – and even Festivus – most members of the community will be celebrating some holiday during the month. According to a study performed by The Harris Poll, Christmas is a…

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Support Small in Flint & Genesee

Small business has taken a big hit this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now, it is more important than ever to support small businesses during the holidays. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy, small businesses account for 47.5 percent of jobs of the state’s…

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Support Local Restaurants This Thanksgiving

This holiday season may look different to most people, but some things can still stay the same: Being Thankful and having great food. Due to restrictions put in place with the Pause to Save Lives emergency order from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Flint & Genesee restaurants…

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Explore Nature in Flint & Genesee

Did you know there are over 11,000 acres of parks and recreation space in Flint & Genesee? Explore nature and discover its wonders at one of the many Genesee County Parks. For-Mar Nature Preserve & Arboretum Immerse yourself in a forest of over 157 species of trees, explore wetlands and hike through…

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Experience Halloween in Flint & Genesee

Halloween is quickly approaching and although it may look different as many things do this year, there are still ways to celebrate in Flint & Genesee. Various attractions and local businesses are hosting events that allow for social distancing and other precautions such as hosting the event outside…

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Back at it Again

The Capitol Theatre Reopens its Doors After being closed for months, the Capitol Theatre is finally able to open its doors. And for its first showings, the historic theatre is bringing back movies! Under the guidelines for indoor venues, the Capitol Theatre will open at 20 percent capacity with a…

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Have Fun in Flint & Genesee

Late last month, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced lifted restrictions on indoor entertainment venues including movie theaters, performance venues and bowling centers. For theaters, the order allows seating at 20 percent capacity with a maximum of 500 people for larger venues. Restrictions will be…

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Things to Do in Flint & Genesee this October

October is coming up and now is the time to plan some fun in the month ahead. From live music to glassblowing demonstrations there are many different things to do in Flint and Genesee County while still maintaining social distancing practices. So, mask up and enjoy one of these activities in Flint &…

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