Apr 25, 2015 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Meteor Work Weekend

Superior Meteor Maritime Museum

Join a group of hearty volunteers from around the Midwest for this annual clean-up of the historic SS Meteor, located on Barker’s Island in Superior, Wisconsin. more »

This & That

Apr 25, 2015 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Tall Ceramic Pots #2

Wisconsin Concrete Park

Second in a two-part series of perfecting the art of hand-shaping clay objects with tall sides, John Langer will illustrate advanced techniques for finishing and glazing your bisque-fired creations. more »

Art & Exhibitions, Crafts

The 2015 Northwestern Ontario Regional Science Fair (NWORSF) will take place April 25-26 at Lakehead University's C.J Sanders Fieldhouse. Public welcome to view projects during an open house between 3 and 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 25. more »

Education & Learning

Apr 25, 2015 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Make Your Own Wine Goblet

Lake Superior Art Glass

This class is a fun and relaxing way to try torchwork glassblowing! You will create a unique, custom wine goblet stem as you learn to manipulate hot glass. Then, enjoy a glass of wine while Lake Superior Art Glass’ staff assembles your goblet! more »

Workshops, Art & Exhibitions

Apr 25, 2015 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Scott Helmer Concert

Calumet Theatre

The historic Calumet Theatre welcomes guitarist Scott Helmer to its stage on Saturday, April 25, at 7:30 p.m. for an entertaining evening of song and storytelling. more »

Concerts & Live Music

Come and join us as we explore the different ways wooden paddles are made, then work on making a laminated, bent shaft paddle. We supply the wood. more »

Outdoor, Workshops

Apr 27, 2015 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Branson on the Road

Calumet Theatre

Returning for their third visit to the Copper Country on Monday, April 27, co-hosts Debbie Horton and Donnie Wright bring their hilarious comedy and great roots music to the stage in "Branson on the Road." more »

Concerts & Live Music

Joe Robertson, global strategy director for the Citizens Climate Lobby, is coming to the Alworth Institute on Tuesday, April 28, 2015. Program Title: Living the Paradigm Shift: Carbon Pricing, Citizen Engagement and the Pathway to Paris. more »

Education & Learning, Politics & Activism, Talks & Readings

Come and join us as we explore the different ways wooden paddles are made, then work on making a laminated, bent shaft paddle. We supply the wood. more »

Outdoor, Workshops

Kurt Weill brings colorful characterizations and sweeping melodies to his Broadway opera-musical Street Scene! 1940s New York City tenement families experience joy, anger, longing and murder within 24 hours! more »

Theater & Dance

Kurt Weill brings colorful characterizations and sweeping melodies to his Broadway opera-musical Street Scene! 1940s New York City tenement families experience joy, anger, longing and murder within 24 hours! more »

Theater & Dance

Concerts and craft and instrument vendors. Wonderful guest performers and instructors. 20 classes: mountain dulcimer, hammered dulcimer, autoharp, guitar, ukulele – and juggling! more »

Festivals & Fairs, Concerts & Live Music

Kurt Weill brings colorful characterizations and sweeping melodies to his Broadway opera-musical Street Scene! 1940s New York City tenement families experience joy, anger, longing and murder within 24 hours! more »

Theater & Dance

Kurt Weill brings colorful characterizations and sweeping melodies to his Broadway opera-musical Street Scene! 1940s New York City tenement families experience joy, anger, longing and murder within 24 hours! more »

Theater & Dance

An annual exhibition featuring K-12 artwork in all medias from Marquette County schools. Reception: Friday, May 15, 6 to 8 p.m. more »

Art & Exhibitions

Explore the old growth primal forest through an artist’s eyes. An award winning animator and instructor at the California Institute for the Arts, Suzan has spent the last 15 summers at her woodland cabin in Marquette County. more »

Art & Exhibitions

Graduating Seniors present their work from all areas of the School of Art and Design. Reception: Friday, May 1, 7 to 9 p.m. more »

Art & Exhibitions

The Marquette Regional History Center and Upper Peninsula Children’s Museum will hold a fundraiser to showcase the talents of local bartenders during the inaugural Two Museums Bartender Challenge “Night at the Booze-Eums” Fundraiser. more »

Charity & Fundraisers

This fast-paced, uplifting show explores Canadian fiddling styles and influences from Cape Breton and Scottish to Acadian and Irish to French Canadian, Metis and Eastern Europe. The show features plenty of old-time fiddling, step dancing and more. more »

Concerts & Live Music

Presentation on Civil War photography by photographer and historical photography collector Jack Deo, put on by The DeVos Art Museum at Northern Michigan University. more »

Art & Exhibitions

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