VILLAGE ARTISANS, 6367 STATE ST. P.O. 81, GARDEN, MI 906-644-2025, email@example.com
Friday, October 12, beginning at 7pm there will be a concert (third annual) at the Congregational Church in Garden sponsored by Village Artisans. Larry Johnson (piano), Sally LaPort (double bass) and Larry Daasch (percussion) will entertain for an evening of enjoyment and fun. This year will introduce a group of singers on several of the numbers. As always, there will be refreshments!! Everybody welcome.
Make it a day on the Garden Peninsula October 6, 2012. The American Legion will be selling whitefish sandwiches, brats, and drinks at the Veteran's Park downtown Garden, the Garden Gallery will enjoy music and book signing by Carl Behrend, homemade baked goods for sale, and the Fayette State Park campers will be decorated for Halloween. Proceeds from the Gallery's portion of sales for the day will be donated to the American Legion to support the ongoing upkeep of the park.
Gail and Bob Earles home on the top left and their bath house on bottom left is on eight hundred feet of the north shore of the Garden Bay. They have a boat slip, outbuildings, gardens, and several tent platforms nestled in the cedar trees.
Kay and Keith Tschannen's home top right has a spectacular view of the the North Shore of Garden Bay.
The home tour is from 10am to 2pm on Saturday July 21. The salad luncheon is from 11-1pm. Tickets can be purchased at the Village Artisans that morning, the cost is $10.00 for the tour and luncheon.
On the south side of Garden Bay we have three homes, two built by Steve Pelletier and one by Winter's Custom Homes.
Marlene and Larry Johnson's home, top left, offers a view of Vans Harbor. This home will feature lounge music with Larry Johnson on piano and Larry Dassch on percussion.
Brad Arnold and Mary Kennedy's log sided home, top right, is on 10 acres with numerous apple trees, a large vegetable garden, beds of shrubs and flowers, and a view of Garden Bay.
Marilyn and Jim Hickey's home on the South side of Garden Bay has a pond stocked with goldfish.
Come and enjoy the home tour and salad luncheon!
The 2012 Village Artisans Quilt to be raffled off this fall, was peiced, pinned and quilted by members of the Friendship Quilters: Carol Morrison, Pat Flint, Pat Rasmussen, Lois Saxon, Lael Thelander, Linda Trisch, and Barb Vichotka. The name of the 93 1/2 by 93 1/2 quilt is "Kinabalu".
Enlargement of the quilt shows the beautiful machine quilting on the back side of the quilt.
Tickets are now on sale at the Gallery.