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Jul
25
Thu
New Song Music Therapy Camp – Jackson Nazarene
Jul 25 @ 9:30 am – 2:30 pm
New Song Music Therapy Camp - Jackson Nazarene

New Song Music Therapy Camp returns for another year where people of all ages and ability levels create music, make friends, find confidence and learn new skills. Jaime Lawrence, owner of Harmony Garden Music Therapy Services in Jackson along with Compassionate Ministries of Jackson County founded the camp just three years ago and it has only multiplied in participants each year.

“This year brings new excitement as we have more campers than ever before. It’s going to be full of musical experiences and learning opportunities for participants and volunteers alike,” said Lawrence.
New Song Music Therapy Camp is held at JaxNaz Church 3905 Clinton Road, Jackson, Michigan 49201, July 25, 26, and 27 from 9:30am-2:30pm.

The one-of-a-kind camp experience New Song offers is geared toward individuals with special needs and their siblings. This unique event provides opportunities for families to connect with one another, allows siblings of individuals with special needs the opportunity to find friends who understand their life and home experiences, and brings Jackson County together to share the talents, abilities and gifts that individuals with special needs bring to our community.

The cost per camper is $200 and financial aid is available. No one is turned away because of their care needs as the nursing staff are prepared to administer medication, tube feed and help with bathroom needs. In addition, no one is turned away due to their financial situation either. Thus the need for donations is crucial for the success of the camp. Donations can be made in-person or here.

In addition to serving individuals with special needs of all ages, New Song utilizes a host
of volunteers and Buddy-Ups (young volunteers) who have the opportunity to learn about people who they may not always come into contact with. They gain understanding and make friendships and some young volunteers even end up choosing career paths in the special needs arena due to their Music Therapy Camp experiences and involvement. As a volunteer, you will make friends, learn a lot about the beauty of the human spirit, and come away surprised by how much you learn from our campers.

This unique camp concludes at the end of the week with the Be a Star Showcase, open to the public, where families and supporters come together to celebrate and create music together. This event is held in the auditorium at JaxNax, Saturday, July 27 at 1:30pm.

Jul
26
Fri
New Song Music Therapy Camp – Jackson Nazarene
Jul 26 @ 9:30 am – 2:30 pm
New Song Music Therapy Camp - Jackson Nazarene

New Song Music Therapy Camp returns for another year where people of all ages and ability levels create music, make friends, find confidence and learn new skills. Jaime Lawrence, owner of Harmony Garden Music Therapy Services in Jackson along with Compassionate Ministries of Jackson County founded the camp just three years ago and it has only multiplied in participants each year.

“This year brings new excitement as we have more campers than ever before. It’s going to be full of musical experiences and learning opportunities for participants and volunteers alike,” said Lawrence.
New Song Music Therapy Camp is held at JaxNaz Church 3905 Clinton Road, Jackson, Michigan 49201, July 25, 26, and 27 from 9:30am-2:30pm.

The one-of-a-kind camp experience New Song offers is geared toward individuals with special needs and their siblings. This unique event provides opportunities for families to connect with one another, allows siblings of individuals with special needs the opportunity to find friends who understand their life and home experiences, and brings Jackson County together to share the talents, abilities and gifts that individuals with special needs bring to our community.

The cost per camper is $200 and financial aid is available. No one is turned away because of their care needs as the nursing staff are prepared to administer medication, tube feed and help with bathroom needs. In addition, no one is turned away due to their financial situation either. Thus the need for donations is crucial for the success of the camp. Donations can be made in-person or here.

In addition to serving individuals with special needs of all ages, New Song utilizes a host
of volunteers and Buddy-Ups (young volunteers) who have the opportunity to learn about people who they may not always come into contact with. They gain understanding and make friendships and some young volunteers even end up choosing career paths in the special needs arena due to their Music Therapy Camp experiences and involvement. As a volunteer, you will make friends, learn a lot about the beauty of the human spirit, and come away surprised by how much you learn from our campers.

This unique camp concludes at the end of the week with the Be a Star Showcase, open to the public, where families and supporters come together to celebrate and create music together. This event is held in the auditorium at JaxNax, Saturday, July 27 at 1:30pm.

Jul
27
Sat
Sounds & Sights Festival – Chelsea
Jul 27 @ 8:00 am – 11:00 pm
Sounds & Sights Festival - Chelsea

Chelsea Area Festivals and Events is proud to announce the return of its annual Sounds & Sights Festival, presented by Rick Taylor Real Estate – Reinhart Realtors, on July 25, 26 and 27 in vibrant downtown Chelsea.

Features national and regional live music acts, local food and brew, an open-air art market, classic car show, chalk art contest, and multiple activities for all ages.

www.chelseafestivals.com

SATURDAY, July 27:

Chelsea Farmers Market (8am-Noon) @ Palmer Commons

Merchant activities and events, visit Chelsea, Michigan – chelseamich.com

Professional Chelsea Chalk Art demonstrations (8am-5pm)

Chelsea Art Market “Collections” on Middle Streets and at the Chelsea District Library, 10am – 8pm

Food court on W. Middle Street (Noon-10pm)

Pet Parade at the Train Depot (10-11am)

Chalk Art Contest by Clocktower and Glazier Building (8am-4pm)

KidZone behind Clocktower complex (10am-3pm), activities, entertainment and more!

Social Tent opens at 1pm, live music from 1-5pm (Free)

Kielbasa Kings Fans Polka Band | 1:30-4:30 p.m.

Social Tent reopens at 6pm, live music from 7-11pm, $5 cover, All Ages Welcome. Tickets at Gate Only – arrive early!!

Dance Party
FiftyAmpFuse

Metro Soul Band

New Song Music Therapy Camp – Jackson Nazarene
Jul 27 @ 9:30 am – 2:30 pm
New Song Music Therapy Camp - Jackson Nazarene

New Song Music Therapy Camp returns for another year where people of all ages and ability levels create music, make friends, find confidence and learn new skills. Jaime Lawrence, owner of Harmony Garden Music Therapy Services in Jackson along with Compassionate Ministries of Jackson County founded the camp just three years ago and it has only multiplied in participants each year.

“This year brings new excitement as we have more campers than ever before. It’s going to be full of musical experiences and learning opportunities for participants and volunteers alike,” said Lawrence.
New Song Music Therapy Camp is held at JaxNaz Church 3905 Clinton Road, Jackson, Michigan 49201, July 25, 26, and 27 from 9:30am-2:30pm.

The one-of-a-kind camp experience New Song offers is geared toward individuals with special needs and their siblings. This unique event provides opportunities for families to connect with one another, allows siblings of individuals with special needs the opportunity to find friends who understand their life and home experiences, and brings Jackson County together to share the talents, abilities and gifts that individuals with special needs bring to our community.

The cost per camper is $200 and financial aid is available. No one is turned away because of their care needs as the nursing staff are prepared to administer medication, tube feed and help with bathroom needs. In addition, no one is turned away due to their financial situation either. Thus the need for donations is crucial for the success of the camp. Donations can be made in-person or here.

In addition to serving individuals with special needs of all ages, New Song utilizes a host
of volunteers and Buddy-Ups (young volunteers) who have the opportunity to learn about people who they may not always come into contact with. They gain understanding and make friendships and some young volunteers even end up choosing career paths in the special needs arena due to their Music Therapy Camp experiences and involvement. As a volunteer, you will make friends, learn a lot about the beauty of the human spirit, and come away surprised by how much you learn from our campers.

This unique camp concludes at the end of the week with the Be a Star Showcase, open to the public, where families and supporters come together to celebrate and create music together. This event is held in the auditorium at JaxNax, Saturday, July 27 at 1:30pm.

Noah Martis Concert – Tecumseh
Jul 27 @ 7:00 pm
Noah Martis Concert - Tecumseh

TCA Summer Series | Noah Martis
Saturday, July 27 | 7:00 pm
$10 each or $25 for the series

Noah Martis grew up in Blissfield, Michigan, and spent a small lifetime in his room teaching himself how to play the guitar. After some encouragement, Noah enrolled in the Jazz Performance Guitar program at University of Toledo. The time studying there helped him realize his vocal and creative talent alongside of his guitar. Now interested primarily in songwriting, Noah looks up to writers such as John Mayer, Willy Porter, and Bon Iver.

For more information, visit the Facebook event page.

 

Noah Martis Concert – Tecumseh
Jul 27 @ 7:00 pm
Noah Martis Concert - Tecumseh

TCA Summer Series | Noah Martis
Saturday, July 27 | 7:00 pm
$10 each or $25 for the series

Noah Martis grew up in Blissfield, Michigan, and spent a small lifetime in his room teaching himself how to play the guitar. After some encouragement, Noah enrolled in the Jazz Performance Guitar program at University of Toledo. The time studying there helped him realize his vocal and creative talent alongside of his guitar. Now interested primarily in songwriting, Noah looks up to writers such as John Mayer, Willy Porter, and Bon Iver.

For more information, visit the Facebook event page.

Sep
27
Fri
for KING & COUNTRY at EMU Convocation Center – Ypsilanti, MI
Sep 27 @ 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Grammy award-winning for KING & COUNTRY is comprised of Aussie-born and Nashville, Tennessee-raised brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone and known for their soaring melodies, driving rhythms, theatrical instrumentation and personal themes.

This fall for KING & COUNTRY would like to personally invite you to a theatrical and inspirational night of music and stories like you’ve never experienced at the EMU Convocation Center in Ypsilanti, Michigan. The band will be taking the stage at the top of the show and will play more music than ever before – including every song off their most recent album, burn the ships and all your favorites from previous albums. And in honor of burn the ships – the stage and lighting design will be conceptually inspired by the bow of a ship, spanning the length of the arena floor and making it their most elaborate but intimate production yet. They cannot wait to embark on this voyage with you!

TICKETS ONSALE: http://smarturl.it/fKCYpsilantiMI

Ticket Prices: $20.00-$40.00
VIP Exclusive Ship-Crew Experience: $200.00 (Experience the show in an exclusive front-and-center seat inside the stage’s bow of the ship! Meet Joel & Luke, pre-show Q&A, and early entry with first access to merchandise shopping.)
VIP w/ Q&A: $75.00 (Premium seats, a pre-show Q&A with for KING & COUNTRY, and early entry with first access to merchandise shopping.)
Groups (10+): $5 discount

Sponsor a child and get 2 FREE VIP Q&A Tickets, presented by Compassion International : https://www.compassion.com/for-king-and-country-qa.htm?referer=595649
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EMU Convocation Center / Pease Auditorium & Unity Christian Music Festival Presents…

for KING & COUNTRY’s ‘burn the ships | world tour’
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EMU Convocation Center – Ypsilanti, MI
https://www.emich.edu/bookemu/venues/convocation
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Friday, September 27th // 5:00 PM VIP Q&A Doors // 5:30-6:00 PM Q&A // 6:00 PM General Doors // 7:00 PM Show Time // Post Show: Meet & Greet

Who: for KING & COUNTRY

Where: EMU Convocation Center 799 N Hewitt Rd, Ypsilanti, Michigan 48197

When: Friday September 27, 2019

Tickets: https://www.emich.edu/emutix/event.php?event=644

Dec
7
Sat
Jackson Symphony Guild Holiday Ball – Jackson
Dec 7 @ 6:00 pm
Jackson Symphony Guild Holiday Ball - Jackson

Mark your calendars for the Jackson Symphony Guild’s Annual Holiday Ball! Once again this long-standing tradition is sure to wow you with beautiful decor, amazing music, delicious cuisine, auctions, dancing and more!

For more information, visit the Facebook event page.