See What’s Happening in and Around Flint & Genesee for the Week of August 31–September 6

Information and dates are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead to confirm.

Events

September 2: End of Summer Celebration at For-Mar Nature Preserve, 2142 N. Genesee Road, Burton * (810) 789-8567 * geneseecountyparks.org

  • (Event runs 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m.) Come participate in some games and crafts and celebrate the end of the summer season with For-Mar’s Truck Farmers and Naturalists. Recommended for families ages 5 and older. Free admission.

September 5: “Nature Superhero Training Day: SUPER Sunflower!” at For-Mar Nature Preserve, 2142 N. Genesee Road, Burton * (810) 789-8567 * geneseecountyparks.org

  • (Event runs 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.) Hike the trails at For-Mar with their Superhero Crew during this action-packed program. Find out how sunflowers have the power to not only brighten your day, but also absorb chemicals from the ground through a process called phytoremediation. Recommended for ages 8 and older. Free admission.

September 5: “Flint’s Lumber City Vintage Baseball Club” at the William S. White Building (U-of-M Flint Campus), 509 Harrison Street, Flint * whaleyhouse.com

  • (Game begins 2 p.m.) The Lumber City Vintage Baseball Club will play against the Saginaw Old Golds. This Flint baseball club is part of the Whaley Historic House Museum’s History Everywhere initiative and the University of Michigan-Flint Department of History and combines contemporary features with elements of the game as it was played in the nineteenth century. Games are played on a unique space nestled along the Flint River on the U-of-M Flint Campus. Bring lawn chairs and blankets.

September 5: Auto City Speedway presents “Maximum Destruction”, 10205 N. Saginaw Road, Clio * (810) 687-7484 or (810) 686-9500 * autocityspeedway.com

  • (Gates open 4:30 p.m. and races begin 7 p.m.) Experience a fast-paced, fun filled night at the tracks featuring bus races, enduro races and country/western night.

Attractions

August 31 – September 6: Sloan Museum, 1221 E. Kearsley Street, Flint * (810) 237-3450 * sloanlongway.org

  • (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.
    • “Scoop on Poop” – This exhibition leads visitors on an investigation of what poop is and how animals and humans use it. This fun, family-friendly exhibit features large colorful graphic panels, three-dimensional models and interactive components. Listen in on an animal’s digestive system, learn the language of poop in other countries and compete in dung beetle races. The exhibit treats the subject with a tactful blend of good science and fun!
    • “Collecting Flint from A to Z” – The Sloan Museum has a lot of artifacts, nearly 400,000 of them! You name it, they probably have one. A large, eclectic collection is required to accurately record life in Flint and Genesee County over the last 200 years. 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. See historic automobiles and firearms, radios and wedding dresses, beer, blueprints and everything in-between.
    • “Flint and The American Dream” – Relive Flint’s dramatic history, as the birthplace of General Motors comes to life with over 600 artifacts and photographs, including rare antique automobiles, colorful neon signs, period clothing, household furnishings, commercial goods and much more. Encounter the ups and downs of General Motors, the birth of the UAW and what life was like in Flint during the 50s, 60s and 70s.

August 31 – September 6: Sea Life Michigan Aquarium, 4316 Baldwin Road, Auburn Hills * (866) 622-0605 * visitsealife.com/michigan

  • (Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.) 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 at the Touchpool. Meet Benson, a young Green Sea turtle that was 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, experience and participate in daily fun talks and feed shows. Last entry into the Aquarium is one hour prior to closing time.

August 31 – September 6: Longway Planetarium, 1310 E. Kearsley Street, Flint * (810) 237-3409 or 237-3400 * sloanlongway.org

  • “Violent Universe” (Show starts Monday-Friday 11:30 a.m. and Saturday & Sunday 4:30 p.m.) – The beauty of a starlit sky conceals the violent forces at work within our universe. From the upheaval of a giant star that explodes to release its material into space, to a future encounter between the Earth and a large asteroid that is too close for comfort, witness the forces that hold the universe together and occasionally try to rip it apart.
  • “Perfect Little Planet” (Show starts Monday-Friday 12:30 p.m. and Saturday & Sunday 1:30 p.m.) – A family from another star system is looking for the perfect vacation spot as they travel through our solar system. Soar over the surface of Pluto, sail through the beautiful rings of Saturn and dare the ferocious lightning storms on Jupiter. Which destination would you choose?
  • “To Space and Back” (Show starts 2:30 p.m. daily) – Take this incredible journey from the far reaches of our universe, to our own planet, and learn how technology that transports us through space is paving the way for the devices and apps we use every day. What’s happening above is coming back down to earth!
  • “Skies Over Michigan” (Show starts 3:30 p.m. daily) – 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.
  • “Sea Monsters” (Show starts 7 p.m. Friday & Saturday only) – Journey 80 million years back as National Geographic’s powerful storytelling immerses all in this life-or-death drama of 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.
  • “SpacePark 360” (Show starts 8 p.m. Friday & Saturday only) – Seen from a rider’s perspective, this state-of-the-art technology of full-dome systems, combined with heart pounding thrill rides, create a unique show never seen before on the dome. From the tops of Jupiter’s clouds to the icy depths of Neptune’s moon, each location serves to heighten this thrilling experience.

September 2 – 6: Crossroads Village & Huckleberry Railroad, 6140 Bray Road, Flint * (800) 648-PARK * geneseecountyparks.org

  • (Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.) Travel back to a time when things were a whole lot simpler. Crossroads Village is an authentic Great Lakes town from the turn of the century, with over 34 historic structures and a thriving community. Ride the Huckleberry Railroad, take a scenic ride on the Genesee Belle, a replica of the paddlewheel riverboats that were popular during Mark Twain’s time, catch a show at the Colwell Opera House or learn a trade from one of the Village’s craftspeople. On Saturday and Sunday, take home a piece of Crossroads Village history from their Village Barn sale. Watch artisan demonstrations, on Saturday only.

September 4 – 6: Buick Automotive Gallery & Research Center, 303 Walnut Street, Flint * (810) 237-3440 or 237-3450 * sloanlongway.org

  • (Open Friday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday & Sunday 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. – call 24 hours in advance for all other appointments) The Gallery displays over 25 classical and concept locally built automobiles featuring five one-of-a-kind concept cars – a 1954 Wildcat II, Centurion, Arrow, Phantom and an XP. Also on display is an extensive renovated Buick Bug.
    • “2 BY 2 – Dynamic Duos” – All vehicles at Buick Gallery have one thing in common; they helped shape the lives of the people of Flint & Genesee. But, with 100 in collection, there are bound to be more similarities than that. This exhibit breaks automobiles into couples that are natural twosomes. Some of these couples are obvious, like a set of Indianapolis 500 Pace Cars, while others are less obvious and require some research such as what is the connection between the Whiting and the Little, two of Flint’s “orphan” car companies? Or what binds a Buick racer to a Chevrolet production car? Come find out!

September 5: Whaley Historic House Museum, 624 E. Kearsley Street, Flint * (810) 471-4714 * whaleyhouse.com

  • (Open 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. with last tour starting at 12 p.m. – call ahead for all other requested tour dates and times) Built in 1884 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Whaley House is filled with hundreds of family and period artifacts that tell the story of the Whaley’s and Victorian Era Flint. Tours last about an hour and include the 1st and 2nd floors of the home.

September 5 & 6: Michigan Renaissance Festival, 12600 Dixie Highway, Holly * (248) 634-5552 * michrenfest.com

  • (Festival runs 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.) Come celebrate the Festival’s “High Seas Adventure” weekend featuring a beard and tattoo competition, a Trader’s Port, a perfect pirate contest, swab the deck, a beer tasting and more. Also, be sure to check out the Festival’s full-contact armored jousting tournaments, try a Festival turkey drumstick and browse the Crafter Marketplace offering over 50 unique shops of candles, toys, face and body art, jewelry, apparel and more. Visit the website above for a detailed schedule of daily activities and upcoming themed weekends. Always free parking – open rain or shine!

Art & Culture

August 31 – September 6: Flint Institute of Arts (FIA), 1120 E. Kearsley Street, Flint * (810) 234-1695 * flintarts.org

  • (Monday-Wednesday & Friday 12 p.m. to 5 p.m., Thursday 12 p.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.) Visit the FIA and browse through 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.
    • “Style Moderne: French Art Deco Enameled Glass from the Ed & Karen Ogul Collection” – During the 1920s in France, the Art Deco style was known as Style Moderne and encompassed a wide variety of decorative arts. These works, which ranged from jewelry to furniture, were known for their sleek look, luxurious materials and bold combinations of colors and floral patterns with glass becoming one of the most versatile and stylish materials. View these wonderful glass objects on display, from vases to bowls, to toiletry sets and cocktail serving trays, all created by French artists that capture the essence of this French modern style.
    • “Edvard Munch” – Most famously known for his painting The Scream, Edvard Munch’s graphic work is an integral part of his oeuvre. Comprising over 25 works on paper, this exhibit includes lithographs, woodblocks, etchings, drawings, drypoint and intaglio by the Norwegian artist. Munch’s graphic activities spanned 50 years from his first prints in 1894 to his death in 1944. While most of the works on display are from his early years, a few later works are represented as well.

September 1, 3 & 5: Art at the Market Gallery at 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 over 30 local artists original artwork. Art at the Market is a non-profit organization that is solely operated by the artists.

September 3 – 5: 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.

Entertainment

August 31 – September 5: Public Ice Skating at Flint Iceland Arena, 1160 S. Elms Road, Flint * (810) 635-8487 * flinticeland.com

  • (Open Monday through Saturday – check 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 to confirm times.

August 31 – September 6: Crystal Fieldhouse Ice Arena, 5371 Daly Farms Drive, Burton * (810) 744-0800 * crystalfh.com

  • (Open Monday through Sunday – check website above for hours of operation and events) Enjoy public skate, drop-in hockey, stick-n-puck, broomball, birthday parties, field trips and group discounts at Crystal Fieldhouse Ice Arena. Home of the U-of-M Flint Hockey men and women’s teams, STRIDA Hockey, the Elite Skating Academy and GFHA Youth Hockey, enjoy this newly renovated community facility featuring two ice arenas and a Skater’s Bar & Grill. Public skating schedule is subject to change without notice. Please call ahead to confirm times.

August 31 – September 6: IMAX Trillium Theatre in Grand Blanc/NCG Cinemas, 8220 Trillium Circle Avenue, Grand Blanc * Show Times (810) 695-5000 * Office (810) 953-0650 * ncgmovies.com/grand-blanc/

  • “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” IMAX Experience – A fresh take on the popular 1960s television series, enjoy this action adventure that centers on CIA agent, Sola, and KGB agent, Kuryakin, who despite their differences, team up on a joint mission to stop a mysterious international criminal organization. This film is rated PG-13. Shows are subject to change without notice. Please call ahead to confirm.

August 31 – September 6: 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.

August 31 – September 6: King Kone Ice Cream & Kopper Junction Adventure Golf, 5140 Flushing Road, Flushing * (810) 410-1814 * kingparsuperstore.com

  • (Monday-Friday 3 p.m. to 8 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.) Enjoy a family fun game of mini golf and then relax with your favorite ice cream dish! Mini golf closes 45-minutes before closing time.

August 31 – September 6: Playland Fun Center, 5290 S. Dort Highway, Grand Blanc * (810) 695-8200 * playlandfuncenter.com

  • (Open Monday through Sunday – check website above for hours of operation and events) 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.

August 31 – September 6: Rollhaven Skate & Fun Center (2 locations) * rollhaven.com

  • Flint/Grand Blanc location * 5313 S. Saginaw, Flint * (810) 694-4533, (Open Monday through Sunday – check website above for hours of operation and events) Located in Grand Blanc Township, families can enjoy 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 location * 3464 Ann Drive, Flushing * (810) 659-7260, (Open Monday through Sunday – check 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.

August 31 – September 6: US 23 Drive-In Theater, 5200 Fenton Road, Flint * Movie Hotline (810) 238-0751 * us23driveintheater.com

  • (Gates open 7:30 p.m. and movies begin at dusk) Enjoy this original Flint & Genesee drive-in theater featuring 3 screens with double first run films. A concession stand is available for those drive-in traditions.

September 4 & 5: “Cosmic Red Pin Bowling” at Grand Blanc Lanes, 5301 S. Saginaw Road, Flint * (810) 771-4273 * grandblanclanes.com

  • (Bowling runs 8 p.m. to 1 a.m.) Come rock, dance and bowl a strike when a red headpin appears, and win a prize! Grand Blanc Lanes also offers a snack bar, lounge, bumper bowling, automatic scorers and a pro shop.

Shopping

August 31 – September 6: 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 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 and Forever 21. The Outdoor Village offers 65,000 square feet of boulevard-style shopping and national tenants, including Bar Louie, Chico’s and more. Visit website above for coupon savings and hours of operations.

August 31 – September 6: 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 website above for special store offers and hours of operation.

August 31 – September 6: 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 website above for a list of additional in-store promotions and hours of operation.

August 31 – September 6: Great Lakes Crossing Outlets, 4000 Baldwin Road, Auburn Hills * (877) 746-7452 * 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 website above for special coupon savings and hours of operation.

August 31 – September 6: 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.

September 1, 3 & 5: 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 32,000 square feet 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 over 25 produce and flower vendors, as well as art and craft vendors, at the Market’s outdoor pavilion area. Also, enjoy breakfast and lunch at the Market’s “Steady Eddy’s”, a unique café where the veggies meet the eggs & bacon and the tuna melts meet the veggie burgers. A majority of their menu is purchased from Market vendors (open Tuesday through Friday).

Dining with Entertainment

August 31 – September 5: 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. Dine at Cranberries on Wednesday and receive a bottle of wine half off with dinner. Or, visit on Thursday and enjoy live entertainment starting at 7 p.m.

August 31 – September 6: Beale Street Smokehouse BBQ, 2461 North Road, Fenton * (810) 750-0507 * bealestreetsmokehouse.com

  • (Call for hours of operation) 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 weekend music from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

August 31 – September 6: 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 with live lounge entertainment with Bobby Standal every Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, starting at 7 p.m., and Bob Adado starting at 7 p.m. on Saturday. Brickstreet also offers a weekly Sunday Brunch & Bloody Mary Bar from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (reservations suggested). Outdoor seating/dining available – weather permitting.

August 31 – September 6: Fenton Hotel Tavern & Grille, 302 N. Leroy Street, Fenton * (810) 750-9463 * fentonhotel.com

  • (Monday-Thursday 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., Friday & Saturday 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. and Sunday 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.) The Fenton Hotel Tavern & Grille stands solid and hospitable, greeting hungry patrons as it did when it was first built while the railroads came to Fenton in 1856. A daily menu is available with a variety of delicious choices including fresh fish, savory steaks, comfort food and more. Live piano bar entertainment begins at 7 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday and at 8 p.m. on Friday & Saturday.

August 31 – September 6: Planks on the Lake Grill & Bar, 8291 Silver Lake Road, Linden * (810) 735-0990

  • (Sunday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. and Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.) Enjoy this fun atmosphere on Lobedell Lake featuring pizza, seafood, steaks and more. Weekly specials include Pizza Monday, Wednesday Wings and Burger Thursday. Planks’ hosts live music every weekend on their outdoor deck and tiki bar overlooking the lake – weather permitting.

August 31 – September 6: Spoonz Lakeside Tavern, 3482 W. Silver Lake Road, Fenton * (810) 208-7601 * spoonzlakesidetavern.com

  • (Monday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Friday & Saturday 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. and Sunday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.) Open daily for lunch and dinner enjoy flavorful dishes while soaking in a beautiful view of Silver Lake. Live bands rock the house every Friday and Saturday with a large dance floor area. Outdoor seating/dining available – weather permitting.

September 1 – 6: Fenton Winery & Brewery (FWB), 1370 N. Long Lake Road, Fenton * (810) 373-4194 * fentonwinery.com

  • (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, the 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 (3 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 in the Wine/Beer Garden – weather permitting.

September 4: The Jewel of Grand Blanc, 5270 Perry Road, Grand Blanc * (810) 694-5960 * jewelgolf.com

  • (Open 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. or later) Located inside Grand Blanc Golf Club, The Jewel of Grand Blanc offers Friday night country entertainment featuring DJ “Dan Richards” and line dancing from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Adjacent to The Jewel, also operated by Grand Blanc Golf Club, is Grand Blanc’s superior Irish Pub, Paddy McGee’s, serving an all-day full breakfast and a lunch and dinner menu along with drink specials (open daily). Outdoor seating/dining available – weather permitting.

Nightlife

September 4 & 5: Historic Holly Hotel Comedy Club, 110 Battle Alley, Holly * (248) 634-5208 * hollyhotel.com

  • (Show begins 8:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.) Enjoy professional stand-up comedy featuring a variety of local and national entertainers.

September 4 & 5: Sequoia Wine Bar and 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 weekend music featuring local bands.

For more things to do and see, visit flintandgenesee.org and/or like us on Facebook at See what’s possible.

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