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April 18, 2014

Community in Brief 04/18/2014

Fairy Garden fun

TRAVERSE CITY — The young and the young-at-heart are invited to a Fairy Garden Fun seminar Saturday, April 19, at Garden Goods, 2510 N. U.S. 31 South.

The seminar starts at 10 a.m. and is free. Registration is required and may be completed with the Garden Goods front desk staff or by calling 933-4769.

‘Linda Gathering’

TRAVERSE CITY — All ladies named Linda are invited to the inaugural “Linda Gathering” from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, April 22, at Firefly, 310 Cass St. Call Linda Cote, 499-3414, to learn more.

Wings of Wonder

KINGSLEY — Wings of Wonder will give a presentation on birds of prey at 4 p.m. Wednesday, April 23, at The Rock, 115 E. Blair St. Admission is free.

Small Plates

LEELANAU PENINSULA — The Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail will offer Small Plates on Friday, April 25.

Seatings will be at 6, 7 or 8 p.m. and participants may reserve one, two or three seatings. Each seating includes a full glass of wine with a substantial tapas dish at one of six wineries. Participating wineries include Black Star Farms, Ciccone Vineyards, 45 North Vineyard & Winery, Laurentide Winery, and Verterra Winery.

Tickets are $15 for each seating. They are available in advance only at www.lpwines.com.

Talk About Art

GLEN ARBOR — Scott Craig, writer, documentary filmmaker and creator of the radio series “The Story Next Door,” is the next speaker in the Talk About Art series at the Glen Arbor Art Association, 3061 S. Lake St.

Craig will talk about story making, storytelling and the book and stage production that have arisen from his Interlochen Public Radio program at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 24. The program is free and open to the public. For details, call 334-6112 or visit www.glenarborart.org.

Chocolate fest

TRAVERSE CITY — The 2014 Chocolate Festival on Sunday, April 27, will benefit the Northwest Food Coalition.

Festival hours are 1-3:30 p.m. at the City Opera House, 106 E. Front St. It features tastings and samples from the region’s finest chocolatiers, chefs and caterers, demonstrations and mini-lectures, and live music. There also will be a silent auction of chocolate sculptures, door prizes, chocolate-inspired art, books and shopping and an on-site food drive.

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