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Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Almar Orchards, 1431 Duffield Road, Flushing * (810) 659-6568 * almar-orchards.com
- (Open Monday-Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.) Enjoy Michigan’s premier organic orchard and home of JK’s Organic Scrumpy Hard Cider with 5 varieties – all made right here in Flint & Genesee. Almar’s offers 300 sprawling acres of organic fruit trees, meadows and pastures for the whole family to enjoy along with farm animals, a playground, a farm market and more. Hours of operation are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Montrose Orchards “Pumpkin Fantasyland Tours,” 12473 Seymour Road, Montrose * (810) 639-6971 * montroseorchards.com
- (Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m./Hayrides run Friday 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday & Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) Bring the children and enjoy a 30 to 45-minute hayride tour through a decorated trail with nothing scary, just good family fun. After the tour, pick your own perfect pumpkin, shop for hard to find items and great gifts, enjoy some cider and freshly made donuts and more. All hayride tours include complimentary apple cider and donuts. Hours of operation are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Mueller’s Orchard & Cider Mill, 6036 Lobdell Road, Linden * (810) 735-7676 * muellersorchard.com
- (Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.) Known as one of the oldest orchards in Flint & Genesee, this family-fun farm features a farm market, a pumpkin patch, weekend events and activities, cider and donuts, tours and more. Hours of operation are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Porter’s Orchard Farm Market, Cider Mill and Corn Maze, 12060 Hegel Road, Goodrich * (810) 636-7156 * portersorchard.com
- (Open Monday-Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.) Bring the whole family out for hayrides, inflatables, a big wooden slide, farm animals, pony rides, pumpkin blasters, u-pick, harvest treats, a 14-acre corn maze, a wooden train and more. Hours of operation are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Spicer Orchards Farm Market, Corn Maze and Winery, 10411 Clyde Road, Fenton * (810) 632-7692 * spicerorchards.com
- (Farm Market open 8 a.m. to 7 p.m./Pick-Your-Own open 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m./Corn Maze open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m./Winery open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m./Café open weekdays only 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.) Enjoy daily fall festivities featuring wagon and train rides, a cider playground, old fashioned tractors, a winery and tasting room, donuts, fudge, fruit packing, a corn maze and more. Hours of operation are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead.
Thursday-Sunday, September 28-October 1: “Ooky Spooky Light Show” at Longway Planetarium, 1310 E. Kearsley Street, Flint * (810) 237-3409 or (810) 237-3400 * sloanlongway.org
- (Show starts Thursday-Saturday 4 p.m. & 7 p.m. and Sunday 4 p.m.) Watch and listen as our favorite Halloween tunes come to life with amazing graphics and lights such as “The Monster Mash,” “Ghostbusters,” “Thriller,” “Night on Bald Mountain” and more. This show was created here in Flint by Longway’s talented team of artists and programmers. Recommended for all ages. (Due to the dark planetarium environment, shows are recommended for children 4 years and older. No late seating and no re-entry after show begins. Tickets go on sale ½ hour before show time. Shows are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead.)
Friday & Saturday, September 29 & 30: Clio Manor Haunted House “Buried Alive” and Zombie Paint Shoot, 4403 Clio Road, Flint * (810) 620-5167 * scareclio.com
- (Located inside Cru Paintball at Exit 15, 1½ miles south off I-475; Open 7 p.m. to 12 a.m.) Lizzy Barlow, a once nice girl, was kept captive in her room by her parents. Insanity and evil grew within her until one day she murdered her parents and everyone inside the Manor with an ax. People say that anyone who enters the home of the Barlow’s will likely become insane and lost. Come try and make it out alive or become another helpless victim. For those that do escape, celebrate with a game of Zombie Paintball. Hours of operation are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead.
Friday & Saturday, September 29 & 30: “Saint Lucifer’s Scream Park” at Playland Fun Center, 5290 S. Dort Highway, Flint * (810) 695-8200 * playlandfuncenter.com
- (Open 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.) Rated one of the top five haunted attractions in the Midwest by Forbes Magazine, St. Lucifer’s, for the mentally insane, was boarded up and left for dead in 1974. Be one of the bravest to enter and discover and meaning of fear as the brutal past of the abused patients come alive, including many that have disappeared into the 5-miles of underground tunnels. Contact Playland to also find out about their new “Escape The Zombie” Outbreak hands-on game. Hours of operation are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead.
Friday-Sunday, September 29-October 1: “Exit 13” Haunted House, 6069 N. Saginaw Street, Mt. Morris * (810) 858-9768 * exit13hauntedhouse.com
- (Located ¼ mile south off I-475; Open Friday & Saturday 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. and Sunday 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.) Get up-close and personal with some of the scariest Halloween creatures featuring live actors and state of the art effects with vampires, werewolves, clowns, monsters, pig man, chainsaw man and more horror around every turn. Hours of operation are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead.
Friday-Sunday, September 29-October 1: “Fall Festivities & Nighttime Haunts” at Spooky Trails Farm, 8266 Baldwin Road, Swartz Creek * (810) 407-3035 * spookytrails.com
- (Daytime Fall Festivities run Saturday & Sunday 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m./Nighttime Haunts run Friday & Saturday 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. – ticket booth closes 10:30 p.m.) Get spooked at three Nighttime Haunts – a Haunted Hayride, a Zombie Hunter Hayride (interactive hayride) and the Field of Fear (haunted cornfield). Hayrides are recommended for all ages and the cornfield is recommended for ages 6 and up. The farm is open on Saturday and Sunday with a “Spooky Trails Farm Jack-O-Lantern” corn maze, pumpkin picking hayrides and pumpkin blasters. Hours of operation are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead.
Tuesday, September 26: “Let’s Hike It Baby!” at For-Mar Nature Preserve, 2142 N. Genesee Road, Burton * (810) 789-8567 * geneseecountyparks.org
- (Event runs 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.) Get outside, get active and explore! Designed for parents with small children, come out and learn how to enjoy the outdoors at a young age. Meet at For-Mar’s Visitors Center for some stretching and a story, then hit the trails. Dress for the weather. Recommended for families with toddlers and older.
Tuesday, September 26: “Flip FabriQue” at The Whiting, 1241 E. Kearsley Street, Flint * (810) 237-7333 * thewhiting.com
- (Performance begins 7:30 p.m.) Flip FabriQue is a young troupe founded by a group of professional circus artists who shared a dream of creating circus shows that reflect their unique image, drawn from their personal experiences.
Saturday, September 30: “Flint Zombie Walk” in Flint’s Downtown Entertainment District/The Flint Local 432, 124 W. First Street, Flint * facebook.com/events/785292738311505/
- (Event runs 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.) Enjoy this 9th annual fun, family friendly, charitable Flint tradition filled with entertainment, vendors (including kids crafts by Flint Handmade), raffles, The Thriller Dancers and more. As always, this event is on a pay-what-you-can basis. This year’s proceeds will go towards sending local underprivileged children to summer camp in 2018.
Saturday, September 30: “Every Child Ready to Read Super Saturday Storytime” at the Flint Public Library/Main Branch, 1026 E. Kearsley Street, Flint * (810) 232-7111 * fpl.info
- (Event runs 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.) Drop-in at the Children’s Room for some great storytime. Recommended for parents and young children ages 2 to 5.
Saturday, September 30: “Tech StudioOH!: Robot Rally” at the Flint Public Library/Main Branch, 1026 E. Kearsley Street, Flint * (810) 232-7111 * fpl.info
- (Event runs 3:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.) Meet in the Upper Level Meeting Room and try out some new technology and think creatively using robots. Learn simple computer coding and help program various robots to do tricks, new adventures and challenges that you design. Recommended for ages 10 and older – all skill levels are welcome.
Saturday, September 30: Auto City Speedway presents “Maximum Destruction,” 10205 N. Saginaw Street, Clio * (810) 687-7384 or (810) 686-9500 * autocityspeedway.com
- (Grandstand opens 4 p.m./Races begin 6:30 p.m.) Experience a fast-paced, fun-filled night at the tracks featuring Monster Truck Rides, Autograph Night, Enduro Cars, Buses, a 5:30 p.m. kids costume party along with Trick or Treating (bring candy bags). Children 12 and under are free.
Saturday, September 30: Flint Firebirds Hockey at Dort Event Center, 3501 Lapeer Road, Flint * (810) 744-0580 * dorteventcenter.com
- (Game begins 7 p.m.) The Flint Firebirds will play against the Ottawa 67’s. The Firebirds are part of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL) and represent a continuation of Flint’s rich hockey tradition.
Saturday, September 30: “iLuminate” at The Whiting, 1241 E. Kearsley Street, Flint * (810) 237-7333 * thewhiting.com
- (Performance begins 8 p.m.) In 2009, Miral Kotb combined her two passions, dance and software engineering, to create the patented iLuminate technology of wireless lighting programs. The results are extraordinary lighting effects choreographed with phenomenal dance moves that take viewers on an exhilarating ride.
Sunday, October 1: “Nature Mindfulness & Meditation” at For-Mar Nature Preserve, 2142 N. Genesee Road, Burton * (810) 789-8567 * geneseecountyparks.org
- (Event runs 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.) Join mindfulness and meditation master, Todd Robinson, for a chance to relax with nature while learning useful, every day, stress-relieving techniques. Dress for the weather and bring something comfortable to sit on.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Sloan Museum, 1221 E. Kearsley Street, Flint * (810) 237-3450 * sloanlongway.org
- (Open Monday-Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday & Sunday 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.) Enjoy regional history, historic automobiles and hands-on science activities where children and adults can explore principles of chemistry and physics through exhibits and staff presentations.
- “The Adventures of Clifford the Big Red Dog” – Enjoy this interactive, learning experience as visitors climb aboard a ferry and listen to seagulls while approaching Birdwell Island. Encounter a colossal nine-foot tall Clifford and slide down his tail. Work together to fill Clifford’s big food bowl and gain self-confidence on stage with Clifford and his pals. Explore T-Bone’s beach, find buried treasure and build a sandcastle. Also, start a dance party and play instruments in the Musical Marina. Then, crawl through a tunnel in Cleo’s Backyard and try shape-sorting and matching activities.
- “Collecting Flint from A to Z” – The Sloan Museum has a variety of artifacts, nearly 400,000 of them! You name it, they probably have one. A large, eclectic collection is required to accurately record the last 200 years of life in Flint & Genesee. This exhibit highlights 26 groups from Sloan’s vast and varied collection, normally hidden away in storage. Each alphabetized set reveals something about Flint’s shared history. View historic automobiles, firearms, radios, wedding dresses, beer, blueprints and everything in-between.
- “Flint and the American Dream” – This exhibit takes visitors on a fascinating journey through Flint in the 20th century – from the birth of the auto industry to the present. Encounter the ups and downs of General Motors, the birth of the UAW, Flint’s role as the “Arsenal of Democracy” and what life was like during the 50s, 60s and 70s. The gallery displays over 600 artifacts and photographs, including rare antique automobiles, colorful neon signs, period clothing, household furnishings and commercial goods.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Longway Planetarium, 1310 E. Kearsley Street, Flint * (810) 237-3409 or (810) 237-3400 * sloanlongway.org
- Due to the dark planetarium environment, shows listed below are recommended for children 4 years and older. No late seating and no re-entry after show begins. Tickets go on sale ½ hour before show time. Shows are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead.
- “Skies Over Michigan” (Show starts Daily 3 p.m.) Learn about the rotation of the Earth, find the North Star and the way around the night sky, what a constellation is and which are visible in the current night sky. Also, learn about Moon phases, the daily and monthly motion of the Moon through the sky, visible planets and their movement among the stars.
- “Eclipse: The Sun Revealed” (Show starts Monday and Wednesday-Saturday 4 p.m.) This show uses beautiful visuals to explore the historical and cultural view of solar and lunar eclipses and explains the geometry that creates the awe-inspiring sight. Learn how to safely watch an eclipse and about scientific discoveries that have been supported by total solar eclipses. Recommended for ages 6 and up.
- “The Queen Light Show: From Mercury With Love” (Show starts Thursday-Saturday 8 p.m.) Longway Planetarium breathes new life into the wildly popular classic rock light show format with an original production set to the music of Queen. Experience 10 of Queen’s greatest hits in this new show, including favorites like Bohemian Rhapsody, Another One Bites the Dust and You’re My Best Friend. Recommended for adults.
- “Sea Monsters” (Show starts Friday 11 a.m.) Journey 80 million years back in time to an age when mighty dinosaurs dominated the land and an equally astonishing assortment of ferocious creatures swarmed, hunted and fought for survival beneath the vast, mysterious prehistoric seas. Stunning, photo-realistic imagery re-creates the perilous underwater realm of two young, dolphin-sized marine reptiles called Dolichorhynchops, or Dollies, and follows their incredible journey through waters ruled by some of the most awesome predators ever to prowl the Earth’s oceans.
- “In My Backyard” (Show starts Saturday & Sunday 12 p.m.) Join Fred Penner from TV’s Nickelodeon as he explores things large and small, from the colors of the rainbow, to reasons for the seasons and the stars at night. Show is especially designed for the youngest stargazers.
- “We Are Stars” (Show starts Saturday & Sunday 1 p.m.) What are we made of? Where did it all come from? Narrated by Andy Serkis, explore the secrets of our cosmic chemistry and explosive origins. Connect life on Earth to the evolution of the Universe by following the formation of Hydrogen atoms to the synthesis of Carbon and the molecules for life. Recommended for ages 10 and older.
- “Accidental Astronauts” (Show starts Saturday & Sunday 2 p.m.) Follow the adventures of Sy, Annie and their dog Armstrong as they embark on an unexpected journey into space. Explore the Earth, Sun and Moon with a wise-cracking starship computer. Follow an asteroid as it crashes into the Moon and bounce along on the lunar surface. Then, get up close and personal with a solar system. Enjoy this space adventure recommended for all ages.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: LEGOLAND Discovery Center Michigan, 4240 Baldwin Road, Auburn Hills * (866) 622-0605 * legolanddiscoverycenter.com/michigan
- (Open Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. – Center remains open 2 hours after last admission; please allow a minimum of 2 to 3 hours for a visit) Located at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets, this indoor family attraction features two LEGO rides, a 4D cinema, large children’s play area, a creative workshop where guests learn about LEGO building from experts and more. Also, visit Miniland and view some of Metro Detroit’s iconic buildings and attractions made from LEGO bricks. All tickets are pre-booked online, meaning that guests must select a visit date and time and arrive at that appointed time to guarantee entry. During peak periods, and because guests can stay as long as they want once inside, there may be entry delays. Please be advised that adults must be accompanied by a child to enter this attraction. Visit the website above for special hours and closures. Recommended for children ages 3 to 10.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Sea Life Michigan Aquarium, 4316 Baldwin Road, Auburn Hills * (866) 622-0605 * visitsealife.com/michigan
- (Open Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. – Last entry is 1 hour prior to closing time) Located at Great Lakes Crossing Outlets, get transported into an amazing underwater world. Come nose-to-nose with sharks and prepare for astonishingly close views of everything from humble seahorses to graceful rays. Walk through an underwater Ocean Tunnel, encounter more than 5,000 sea creatures, hold a crab and touch a sea star. Meet Benson, a young Green Sea turtle rescued after being struck by a boat in Florida. Benson now has permanent damage to his shell and spine and can’t dive for food, so he will never be able to be released back into the wild. Also, participate in daily fun talks and feed shows. Visit the website above for special hours and closures.
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday, September 26, 28 & 30: Flint Farmers’ Market, 300 E. First Street, Flint * (810) 232-1399 * flintfarmersmarket.com
- (Open Tuesday & Thursday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) Open year-round, shop Flint’s city market featuring over 50 inside vendors selling produce, including fresh, locally grown foods, a meat market, poultry, breads and baked goods, cheese, a wine shop, art gallery, flowers, gourmet coffees, crafts, fine arts and more. On Saturday, browse and purchase from additional produce and flower vendors at the market’s outdoor pavilion. Also, enjoy breakfast and lunch at “Steady Eddy’s”, a unique market café that purchases a large selection of their menu ingredients from market vendors (also open limited hours on off market days). Outdoor seating/dining available – weather permitting.
Tuesday-Sunday, September 26-October 1: Flint Children’s Museum, 1602 W. University Avenue, Flint * (810) 767-5437 * thefcm.org
- (Open Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.) Home to over 50 exhibits designed for children ages 1-10 to inspire a lifelong love for learning through exploration and hands-on play.
- “The Big Blue Rocks” from Imagination Playground – Come out and play with some big blue rocks and create whatever comes to mind.
- “Underwater Antics” - (Tuesday-Friday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.) Find out how fish breathe under water and make your very own Jellyfish.
Thursday-Sunday, September 28-October 1: Applewood Estate, 1400 E. Kearsley Street, Flint * (810) 233-3835 * applewood.org
- (Open 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.) From guided tours of the house and gardens to exhibits in the historic garage, barn and chicken coop, visitors will enjoy this Mott family legacy. Guided house tours are available of the first floor of the main house and family areas that until now have been private such as the master bedroom, staff quarters and the basement recreation rooms (reservations required). Visitors are also welcome to explore the grounds on their own during regular business hours or take a free guided walking tour of the gardens at 12 noon.
Friday-Sunday, September 29-October 1: Buick Automotive Gallery & Research Center, 303 Walnut Street, Flint * (810) 237-3440 or (810) 237-3450 * sloanlongway.org
- (Open Friday & Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. – call 24 hours in advance for all other appointments) View over 25 classical and concept locally built automobiles including a 1954 Wildcat II, a Centurion, an Arrow, a Phantom and an XP. The gallery is also home to the Sloan Museum’s Perry Archives featuring a wide array of photographs, records and objects chronicling the people and history of Flint & Genesee.
Saturday & Sunday, September 30 & October 1: Michigan Renaissance Festival “Sweet Endings,” 12600 Dixie Highway, Holly * (248) 634-5552 * michrenfest.com
- (Open 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. – Rain or Shine) Take a time-travel adventure into the 16th century where patrons enjoy the sights and sounds of a 17-acre village complete with building reproductions of Renaissance shops, taverns and a beautiful castle. Continuous entertainment takes place on the streets and on 17-themed stages featuring comedy, theater shows and music. While strolling the village, enjoy a variety of adult and children games, people-powered rides and full-contact armored jousting tournaments. Also, enjoy fabulous food and browse the Crafter Marketplace where over 300 artisans display their gallery-quality works for sale. Come celebrate “Sweet Endings” the Festival’s last weekend with a Chocolate Festival, Race for the Rattle, Wedding Wars, a Fencing Competition and more. Always Free Parking!
Art & Culture
Monday-Friday, September 25-29: Greater Flint Arts Council (GFAC), 816 S. Saginaw Street, Flint * (810) 238-ARTS * greaterflintartscouncil.org
- (Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) The GFAC programs and services are designed to engage the community in creative processes and support the work of Michigan artists. This is accomplished by showcasing a new exhibit each month, in their downtown Flint gallery, featuring the “Michigan Photographers’ Invitational Exhibition” this month with original works of art by Melissa Boyd, James Cheek, Christopher Collins, Eric Dutro, Bruce Edwards, Jim Kettler, Cathy Rickman and Paul Rozycki. This exhibit is on display through October 6.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Flint Institute of Arts (FIA), 1120 E. Kearsley Street, Flint * (810) 234-1695 * flintarts.org
- (Open Monday-Friday 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.) Visit FIA and browse their outstanding collections of American, European, Native American, African and Asian art including paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings and decorative arts featuring a complete set of 17th century French tapestries that tell a story.
- “The Art of Containment – Vessels from the Sidney Swidler Collection” - In 1984, Sidney Swidler began collecting contemporary ceramics and, since that time, has collected over 1,000 objects. His background as a modern architect honed his eye for the essential elements of form, texture, glaze selection, craftsmanship and artistic intent. In 2017, Swidler gifted over 100 objects to the FIA. This collection of ceramics encompasses pieces by ceramicists working predominantly with the vessel form and illustrate the versatility of this art form and the breadth of Swidler’s collection.
- “The Border, The Ship” – Alex Hubbard’s videos involve carefully choreographed and dynamically composed experimentation with objects, paint and deconstruction. This exhibition seamlessly blends layers of activity in a reality-defying vision. It is a moving collage of sorts, showing various disjointed objects interacting in front of a white backdrop. Avoiding a single point of focus, Hubbard constructs his videos in layers where movement is multi-directional, time is non-linear and narrative is convoluted.
- “The Eccentric Vision of William Stolpin” – This exhibit features prints from the long and distinguished career of Bill Stolpin, from Holly, Michigan, who has been making prints for over 50 years. Stolpin works in multiple print mediums, including woodcuts, linocuts, etchings, aquatints and serigraphs. His work is not just varied in its techniques, but in subject matter as well and revolves around several themes such as architecture, landscape, fantasy, abstraction and space.
- “Size Matters: Big and Small Works from the FIA Collection” – From oversized paintings of Sophie Matisse and Ray Parker to small works by Sir Henry Raeburn and David Eichenberg, this exhibition considers the importance of size in the experience of art. Throughout history, artists have often utilized the element of size (or scale) when determining the context of their work. The objects in this display date from the 18th to the 21st century and feature objects of both gigantic and diminutive size.
Tuesday, Thursday & Saturday, September 26, 28 & 30: Art at the Market Gallery at the Flint Farmers’ Market, 300 E. First Street, Flint * (810) 238-9202 * artatthemarket.com
- (Open Tuesday & Thursday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.) Located in the Flint Farmers’ Market, enjoy browsing, and purchasing, at this unique art gallery showcasing original artwork from over 30 local artists. Art at the Market is a non-profit organization and operated by its artists.
Thursday-Saturday, September 28-30: Buckham Gallery, 134 ½ W. Second Street, Flint * (810) 239-6233 * buckhamgallery.org
- (Open 12:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.) Founded in 1984, Buckham Gallery is an artist-run, not-for-profit exhibition and performance space that features artists from as many diverse locations as possible. It is the philosophy of the gallery to create an open atmosphere, which allows both emerging and established artists to take charge of their own creative pursuits. This month, Buckham Gallery presents “Magnificent Specimens of Nostalgic Wonder” featuring the works of Erin Elizabeth, Patricia Hendricks Constantine, Edwin Dean Custer and Pauly M. Everett.
Thursday-Saturday, September 28-30: Mott-Warsh Collection Gallery, 815 S. Saginaw Street, Flint (Gallery entrance is on E. Court Street) * (810) 835-4900 * m-wc.org
- (Open Thursday & Friday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and the 2nd Friday of each month 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.) The Mott-Warsh Collection is a private collection of fine art created by artists of the African diaspora. Maryanne Mott and her late husband, Herman Warsh, initiated the collection in 2001 as a means of providing fine art to a broader audience in the City of Flint and beyond. With a focus on art produced since 1940, the Mott-Warsh Collection contains work by over 125 artists covering a range of media from drawing to painting, prints to photography and mixed media to sculpture. The collection contains abstract and representational work depicting the unique cultural and social experience of Africans living and working in American society. Exhibits change frequently.
Thursday-Sunday, September 28-October 1: The Fenton Village Players presents “A Little Murder Never Hurt Anybody” at the Fenton Village Playhouse, 14197 Torrey Road, Fenton * (810) 750-7700 * fentontheatre.org
- (Performances begin Thursday-Saturday 7 p.m. and Sunday 2 p.m.) It’s New Year’s Eve at the Perry Mansion, and Julia and Matthew Perry seem to have it all. But Matthew wants something more – to be rid of his wife so he can have some real fun! He resolves to murder Julia by the new year’s end, and tells her so. She vows to stay alive, and tells him so. And so the game begins – a hilarious year – long match of wits and the witless.
Friday-Sunday, September 29-October 1: “A Quiet Passion” at the Flint Institute of Arts’ Film Theater, 1120 E. Kearsley Street, Flint * (810) 234-1695 * flintarts.org
- (Film begins Friday & Saturday 7:30 p.m. and Sunday 2 p.m.) Enjoy this story of an American poet Emily Dickinson, from her days as a young schoolgirl, to her later years as a reclusive, unrecognized artist. Rated PG-13.
Monday-Saturday, September 25-30: Ice Skating at Flint Iceland Arena, 1160 S. Elms Road, Flint * (810) 635-8487 * flinticeland.com
- (Open Monday through Saturday – visit website above for hours of operation and events) Enjoy the sport of ice skating with friends and family. Public skating sessions are a great way to get out on the ice, get some exercise and have fun while doing it. Public skating schedule is subject to change without notice. Please call ahead.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Ice Skating at Crystal Fieldhouse Ice Arena, 5371 Daly Farms Drive, Burton * (810) 744-0800 * crystalfh.com
- (Open Monday through Sunday – visit website above for hours of operation and calendar of events page for a listing of all events) Enjoy public skating, drop-in hockey, stick-n-puck, broomball, U-of-M Flint Hockey games for both men and women, Powers Catholic High School home games, GFHA Youth Hockey leagues, Try Hockey for free days, learn to play hockey, Elite Skating Academy learn to skate, learn to figure skate, hockey skating skills, private lessons, adult learn to skate classes, adult hockey leagues, tournaments, camps and clinics. Book birthday parties and/or school and church field trips. Event times are subject to change. Please call ahead.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Michigan Escape Games, 9023 Davison Road, Davison * (810) 652-6165 * michiganescapegames.com
- (For game times and availability call the phone number above or visit the website) If you’re a gamer and think you’ve got what it takes to test your clue-cracking skills in the real world, then this is for you. Designed for small groups of 2-12 people and team events up to 50 people, challenge your wits, skills and teamwork to find clues and solve ciphers to escape from a locked room in under 60 minutes. The Escape Game provides sophisticated, high-level games that will challenge even the most hardcore gamers. Each themed room transports all into an adventure and one that will never be forgotten!
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: IMAX Trillium Theatre Grand Blanc/NCG Cinemas, 8220 Trillium Circle Avenue, Grand Blanc * Show Times (810) 695-5000 / Main (810) 953-0650 * ncgmovies.com/grand-blanc/
- “Kingsman: The Golden Circle: An IMAX Experience” – When an attack on the Kingsman headquarters takes place and a new villain rises, Eggsy and Merlin are forced to work together with the American agency known as the Statesman to save the world. Rated R. Shows are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Cops & Robbers Ice Cream & Gifts - “Where It’s A Crime Not To Have A Good Time!” 323 E. Main Street, Flushing * (810) 202-1001 * copsandrobbersshop.com
- (Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.) Located in Flushing’s former police station, this amazingly unique store offers a variety of toys, books, jewelry, nail polish, soaps, puzzles, games, playing cards, greeting cards, coffee mugs and much more including the largest local selection of J.R. Watkins products. If you are looking for something sweet, Cops & Robbers is the place to go for delicious treats from Bella Birches Bakery and premium ice cream from New Era, Michigan’s Country Dairy. They also have slushies, soft serve, fresh baked cookies, Cops & Robbers homemade chocolate bark, dipped and decorated cones, malts and more. Recommended for all ages.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Chuck E. Cheese’s, 3489 Miller Road, Flint * (810) 733-7404 * chuckecheese.com
- (Open Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.) Chuck E. Cheese’s is the ultimate place “Where a Kid Can Be a Kid” and parents can enjoy every moment. That’s why Chuck E. himself takes pride in providing a safe, family-friendly environment offering video games, high-tech simulator rides, skytubes, kiddie rides for the little ones, live stage shows and more. Admission is free and games are always just one token.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Bowl Flint - B’s Bowling Center * 750 S. Center Road, Flint * (810) 743-7570; Richfield Bowl * 5340 Richfield Road, Flint * (810) 736-4880; bowlflint.com
- (Open Monday through Sunday – visit website above for hours of operation and events) Richfield Bowl and B’s Bowling are dedicated in providing one of the best entertainment venues in Flint & Genesee. These modern bowling centers offer kid-friendly bumper bowling lanes with lightweight bowling balls and small shoes. Also, experience Cosmic Bowling, on the weekends, with glow in the dark lanes along with laser, disco, black and runway lights, fog and music.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Bowl Grand Blanc Lanes, 5301 S. Saginaw Road, Flint * (810) 771-4273 * grandblanclanes.com
- (Open Monday through Sunday – visit website above for hours of operation and events) Enjoy Genesee County’s largest bowling center with 76 modern lanes featuring the “Main Side” with 44 Brunswick synthetic lanes and the “Annex Side” with 32 wood lanes. Both sides have their own snack bar, lounge and bowling counter, which makes it easy to accommodate groups of all sizes. Bumper bowling and automatic scorers make for a great family outing. On Friday and Saturday, come rock, dance and bowl during Cosmic Bowling.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Roller Skating at Rollhaven Skate & Fun Center * rollhaven.com
- Flint/Grand Blanc * 5315 S. Saginaw Road, Grand Blanc Twp. * (810) 694-4533; (Open Monday through Sunday – visit website above for hours of operation and events) This family-fun center offers open skate sessions, adult skate, friends & family skate, kid specials, a Friday Nite Live skate, Junior Roller Derby, laser tag, a giant soft play area and more.
- Flushing * 3464 Ann Drive, Flushing * (810) 659-7260; (Open Monday through Sunday – visit website above for hours of operation and events) Rollhaven Skate & Fun Center in Flushing has fun for everyone with open skate sessions, Friday Nite Live skate, Sunday FunDay, CannonBlaster and a huge soft playground area.
Tuesday-Sunday, September 26-October 1: Card Table Republic – A Board Game Lounge “where board games and friends unite,” 8427 Davison Road, Davison * (810) 652-6363 * cardtablerepublic.com
- (Open Tuesday-Thursday 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., Friday 3 p.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday 12 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.) Card Table Republic is a place where, for a small fee, people of all ages can relax and challenge themselves playing over 500 board, card and dice games with friends and family. Old classic games such as Monopoly, Life, Battleship and Trouble are available to play as well as the newer style games such as Ticket To Ride, Catan, Carcassonne and Cards Against Humanity. A party room, that seats up to 30, is also available and the snack bar features made in Michigan products like Faygo and Better Made chips.
Tuesday-Sunday, September 26-October 1: CRU Paintball, 4403 Clio Road, Flint * (810) 785-2278 * crupaintball.com
- (Open Tuesday-Thursday 2 p.m. to 8 p.m., Friday 2 p.m. to 10 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.) CRU Paintball is an unforgettable, adrenaline rush experience for paintball enthusiast and newcomers alike. With the largest indoor field in Michigan along with multiple indoor and outdoor fields, players are never kept waiting and can spend as much time on the fields as they desire. To ensure a fair match and make sure everyone has fun, teams are balanced so that a group of new players don’t have to face a team of experienced paint ballers by themselves – new players are given a fair shot and experienced players will never have it too easy.
Tuesday-Sunday, September 26-October 1: The Summit Play Park, 2630 Lippincott Boulevard, Flint * (810) 820-2341 * facebook.com/Summit-Play-Park-414386245585135/
- (Open Tuesday-Friday 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Saturday & Sunday 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.) Enjoy this indoor, family-fun play park featuring inflatables, air hockey, obstacle courses, gaming stations, giant slides, pool tables, arcade games, a full service concession stand and more. Great place to take the kids for birthday parties and special events – ask about their package deals.
Wednesday & Friday-Sunday, September 27 & 29-October 1: Roller Skating at Skateland Arena, 8460 N. Dort Highway, Mt. Morris * (810) 686-6110 * skatelandarena.com
- (Open Wednesday & Friday-Sunday – visit website above for hours of operation and events) Family owned and operated for over 50 years, Skateland has been entertaining families at an affordable price. Come out and skate on their large rink offering skate themed nights and Roller Hockey Arena along with an arcade and play center, laser tag, full concessions, birthday parties, skating lessons, a Volleyball Club and more. Their Skate Shop carries some of the best brands and prices for Traditional and In-Line skates as well as Roller Derby, Hockey and Speed skates. Wednesday is adult R&B/Old School Skate for ages 18 and older only.
Friday & Saturday, September 29 & 30: US 23 Drive-In Theater, 5200 Fenton Road, Flint * Movie Hotline (810) 238-0751 * us23driveintheater.com
- (Gates open 7:30 p.m./Movies begin at dusk) Enjoy this original Flint & Genesee drive-in theater, which opened in 1952, featuring 3 screens with double first run films. A concession stand is also available for those drive-in traditions serving popcorn, Root Beer Floats, cotton candy, corn dogs, pizza and more.
Friday-Sunday, September 29-October 1: Playland Park, 5290 S. Dort Highway, Flint/Grand Blanc * (810) 695-8200 * playlandfuncenter.com
- (Open Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. – weather permitting) Enjoy outdoor and indoor fun for the entire family featuring go karts, Monster Adventure mini golf, an indoor Playland Arcade area and restaurant specializing in pizza, subs and wraps. Also, contact Playland to find out about their “Escape The Zombie” Outbreak hands-on game.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Genesee Valley Center, 3341 S. Linden Road, Flint * (810) 732-4000 * geneseemall.com
- “Shop until you drop” at Flint’s 1.3 million square feet of shopping space with over 130 retailers and anchored by Macy’s, JC Penney, Sears and Burlington Coat Factory. Find those unique buys at the Center’s one-of-a-kind shops and markets such as Buckle, Best Buy Mobile and Forever 21. The Outdoor Village offers 65,000 square feet of boulevard-style shopping and national tenants including Barnes & Noble, Bar Louie, The Sleep Number Store and more. Kids will have fun playing in the bounce houses at the center’s American Fun Center. Visit the website above for hours of operation and coupon savings.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Courtland Center Mall, 4190 E. Court Street, Burton * (810) 744-0742 * courtlandcenter.com
- Conveniently located off I-69, Courtland Center offers 472,000 square feet of enclosed shopping featuring national retail anchors including JC Penney, Staples, Jo-Ann Superstore and Dunham’s Sports. Visit more than 50 retailers and eateries while enjoying this friendly shopping experience with convenient parking. Visit the website above for hours of operation and special store offers.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Birch Run Premium Outlets, 12240 S. Beyer Road, Birch Run * (989) 624-6226 * premiumoutlets.com
- Find incredible values on all the new season fashions with up to a 65% discount on every day savings. Shop at over 145 well-known brand name stores such as the Pottery Barn Outlet, COACH Factory and the Nike Factory Store. Visit the website above for hours of operation and a list of additional in-store promotions.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Great Lakes Crossing Outlets, 4000 Baldwin Road, Auburn Hills * (248) 454-5000 * greatlakescrossingoutlets.com
- Great Lakes Crossing Outlets is the market's dominant retail outlet and entertainment destination, attracting customers throughout the Midwest and Canada. With 185 manufacturer's outlets and traditional retail stores, Great Lakes Crossing Outlets is Michigan's only enclosed value-regional mall. Visit the website above for hours of operation and special coupon savings.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Carriage Town Antique Center, 503 Garland Street, Flint * (810) 238-1444 * carriagetownantiquecenter.com
- (Open Monday-Saturday 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.) Housed in a restored Art Deco warehouse, Carriage Town Antique Center has a fantastic mix of quality antiques, vintage collectibles and exquisite art. Browse two levels for antique furniture, glass, pottery, silver, vintage clothing, primitive pieces, period lighting and vintage Christmas all year round.
Dining with Evening Entertainment
Monday-Saturday, September 25-30: Cranberries Café, 10250 Hegel Road, Goodrich * (810) 636-3409 * cranberriescafe.com
- (Open for lunch Monday-Saturday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and for dinner Tuesday-Thursday 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Friday & Saturday 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.) Enjoy great food and drinks, including Michigan beers on tap, while relaxing in this 1917 building featuring its original tin ceiling and flooring, an antique cherry bar and an original floral icebox, from northern Michigan, now converted into a wine cooler. Every Tuesday is Beer Night with half priced bottles and $2 off drafts with dinner. Dine at Cranberries on Wednesday and receive a bottle of wine half off with dinner and/or visit on Thursday for live entertainment, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., with fun sounds by Three for the Road this week.
Monday-Saturday, September 25-30: Johnny’s Pour House, 240 W. Main Street, Flushing * (810) 487-1020
- (Open Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 11p.m. and Friday & Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 12 a.m.) Enjoy one of Flushing’s most comfortable dining experiences for breakfast, lunch and dinner, in a casual atmosphere where friends and family can meet and enjoy the highest quality food, at affordable prices, along with friendly service. Each dish is created with the finest ingredients and soups are prepared from scratch. Live music runs most Friday and Saturday nights starting at 9 p.m.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Beale Street Smokehouse BBQ, 2461 North Road, Fenton * (810) 750-0507 * bealestreetsmokehouse.com
- (Open Monday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.) Using the highest quality meats, enjoy tasty pulled pork and chicken, brisket, St. Louis and baby-back ribs, Michigan craft beers on tap, and in bottles, and more. Beale Street offers that “Juke Joint” atmosphere with live music, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., featuring Fast Eddie on Friday and the BBQ Brothers Saturday.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Blondie’s Food & Spirits, 2520 W. Hill Road, Flint * (810) 766-9680 * blondiesfoodandspirits.com
- (Open Monday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.) Blondie’s Food & Spirits has a passion for food and their guests. This unique restaurant offers more than just a commitment to fresh and traditional menu items, they make sure that every guest has a memorable dining experience in a warm and inviting atmosphere. Their extensive upscale, American comfort menu offers something for everyone for lunch, dinner and drinks. Enjoy live music most weekends, from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., with Clevenger Duo (60’s to current rock, blues, pop and country) performing Friday.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Brickstreet of Grand Blanc, 1223 E. Grand Blanc Road, Grand Blanc * (810) 603-2114 * brickstreetbarandgrill.com
- (Open at 11a.m. Monday – Friday and at 12 p.m. on Saturday & Sunday) Famous for fresh seafood, house-cut steaks and signature entrees, enjoy lunch, dinner and drinks in a friendly and comfortable atmosphere. Relax and sing along with live pub entertainment, starting at 7 p.m., with Craig John every Monday and Tuesday, Lance Sherwood performing Wednesday and Thursday and Bob Adado taking the stage Friday and Saturday for some dancing in the pub. Brickstreet also offers a Sunday Brunch and Bloody Mary Bar from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (reservations suggested). Outdoor seating/dining available – weather permitting.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: The Corner Bar & Grill, 4015 Owen Road, Fenton * (810) 354-8808 * cbgfenton.com
- (Open Monday-Wednesday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., Thursday 11 a.m. to 12 a.m., Friday 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.) Enjoy this rock-n-roll gastro pub offering a unique mix of fun and elegance with quality food from gourmet burgers to excellent codfish tacos along with craft beer and handcrafted drinks. In addition to great food, the Corner Bar & Grill hosts live music most Saturday nights.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Lake View Bar & Grill, 8291 Silver Lake Road, Linden * (810) 458-6147
- (Open Monday-Thursday 2 p.m. to 12 a.m., Friday 2 p.m. to 2 a.m., Saturday 8 a.m. to 2 a.m. and Sunday 8 a.m. to 12 a.m.) Enjoy this sports bar and eatery located on the peaceful shoreline of Lobdell Lake. Their kitchen is open daily, from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m., serving sandwiches, soups, salads, burgers and hand tossed stone baked pizza with entrees and pasta dishes available between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. Breakfast is served on the weekends. Entertainment begins Monday with Karaoke Night, starting at 8 p.m., Open Mic Jam Night on Thursdays at 8 p.m. and live bands perform most weekends from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Outdoor seating/dining available – weather permitting.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: The Rough Draught Coffee & Barroom, 134 N. Leroy Street, Fenton * (810) 714-3005 * roughdraughtbarroom.com
- (Open Monday & Tuesday 6 a.m. to 9 p.m., Wednesday & Thursday 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday & Saturday 6 a.m. to midnight and Sunday 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.) Come experience this unique reminiscent of an old bar in an industrial building with reclaimed brick, lighting and other structural elements offering a unique selection of craft beers and cocktails and exceptional wines. Baristas are on staff to brew up the perfect latte, cappuccino or gourmet coffee. A light menu is also available offering breakfast and lunch sandwiches, burgers, salads and more all specially prepared with house made ingredients. Enjoy live acoustic tunes by local artists on Saturday. Outdoor seating/dining available at the R.D. Patio – weather permitting.
Monday-Sunday, September 25-October 1: Sherman’s Lounge, 4211 Fenton Road, Flint * (810) 233-7057 * shermanslounge.com
- (Open Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. to 2 a.m.) Home to Flint’s Finest Entertainment for nearly 50 years, enjoy the best of live, local bands and events throughout the week. Wednesday, the Handsome Devils play at 8 p.m. and on Thursday enjoy some Old School Karaoke from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday night, Detroit Audio Force (classic rock) takes the stage and Rodeo Drive (variety dance) performs Saturday. Live music begins a 9 p.m. both nights. Sherman’s also features a fully stocked bar, multiple flat-screen TVs, three pool tables, video games, keno and more. Their menu offers pizza, subs, signature sandwiches and a variety of other tasty dishes.
Tuesday-Sunday, September 26-October 1: Andy’s Place, 208 S. Broad Street, Holly * (248) 382-5020 * andysplace.wixsite.com/andy
- (Open Tuesday & Sunday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Wednesday & Thursday 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. and Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.) This friendly, fun atmosphere offers a selection of homemade soups, grilled sandwiches, build your own burgers and more. Andy’s also features a large selection of beers, margaritas, martinis and specialty drinks – You Name It, They Will Make It. Enjoy live local music on Friday’s from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Saturday, during dinner, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Then on Saturday evening, Andy’s hosts an Open Mic Set from 8:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Happy Hour runs Tuesday through Friday 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. and then from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. with drink and food specials. Outdoor seating/dining available – weather permitting.
Tuesday-Sunday, September 26-October 1: Fenton Winery & Brewery (FWB), 1370 N. Long Lake Road, Fenton * (810) 373-4194 * fentonwinery.com
- (Open Tuesday-Thursday 3 p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday & Saturday 12 p.m. to 12 a.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. to 9 p.m.) Founded in 2007, FWB began as a typical winery featuring 15 wines and a tasting bar. They now offer a variety of beers on tap and over 20 wine choices (some on tap) with a steady rotation of seasonal wines and specialties. FWB also offers a retail store “Taproom” to purchase those favorites, a delicious menu, wine & beer samplings and live entertainment most weekends starting at 8 p.m. Outdoor seating/dining available at the Wine/Beer Garden – weather permitting.
Friday, September 29: The Jewel of Grand Blanc/Paddy McGee’s, 5270 Perry Road, Grand Blanc * (810) 694-5960 * jewelgolf.com
- (Open 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. or later) Located inside the Grand Blanc Golf Club, The Jewel of Grand Blanc offers Friday night country entertainment with DJ “Dan Richards’ along with line dancing from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Adjacent to The Jewel is Grand Blanc’s superior Irish Pub, Paddy McGee’s, serving an all-day full breakfast and lunch and dinner menu as well as drink specials (open daily). Paddy’s also offers a Sunday Breakfast Buffet, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., with a Mimosa and Bloody Mary Bar. Outdoor seating/dining available – weather permitting.
Wednesday & Saturday, September 27 & 30: The Machine Shop Concert Lounge, 3539 S. Dort Highway, Flint * (810) 715-2650 * themachineshop.info
- (Doors open 7 p.m. for all shows unless otherwise noted) The Machine Shop hosts live rock-n-roll, metal and outlaw country events weekly. Wednesday, The Cadillac Three performs with special guests Tweed and Dixie and tba. On Saturday, Will Hoge takes the stage with special guests Dan Layus of Augustana and Audrey Ray. Shows are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead.
Thursday, September 28: Flint’s Monthly “JAZZNITE,” Flint’s Downtown Entertainment District * (810) 238-ARTS * greaterflintartscouncil.com
- (Event runs 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.) Stroll Flint’s downtown Entertainment district while listening to the smooth sounds of Jazz. Most locations offer a food menu.
Friday & Saturday, September 29 & 30: Red Ink Flint Local 432 Concert Venue, 124 W. First Street, Flint * facebook.com/FlintLocal432/
- (Live music runs Friday 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Saturday 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.) This all ages club, known for its diversity, features performing arts programming, primarily live music, but also theatre, dance, comedy and more. Most of its audience and musicians are high school and college-age students. Friday, enjoy a live hip-hop performance by Flint’s Finest Two with Vice Carter, TJA, AMW and Skytzo. Saturday, the groups Rosedale, Oath of Betrayal and +2 take the stage.
Friday & Saturday, September 29 & 30: Historic Holly Hotel Comedy Club, 110 Battle Alley, Holly * (248) 634-5208 * hollyhotel.com
- (Shows begin 8:30 p.m. & 10:30 p.m.) Enjoy professional stand-up comedy featuring a variety of local and national entertainers with Nick Gaza in the House this weekend with special guest Dave McDonald.
Friday & Saturday, September 29 & 30: Sequoia Wine Bar & Martini Lounge, 5304 Gateway Centre Drive, Flint * (810) 233-8000 * theredwoodlodge.com
- (Live music begins 9 p.m.) Located inside the Redwood Steakhouse & Brewery, the Sequoia Lounge presents live music with JFO-Jon Fett Quartet (classic rock) performing Friday and Rachelle Rae & the banned (classic rock and alternative) Saturday.
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