Huge thanks to everyone who came out to the Manitou Beach Village to support the Festival of the Arts event! We had a great turn out yet again! Lots of fun, with music, food, and fun activities all day long! We had such wonderful artists this year, so we thank you for coming out and supporting them. See you next year!
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Thank you to everyone who attended the grand opening of the Michigan Gypsy and Boathouse Art Gallery this past Sunday! It was a huge success, with over 300 people who attended! Thank you so much for the amazing support and welcoming you helped give these two wonderful new businesses in the village!
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The Manitou Beach Boathouse Art Gallery & Michigan Gypsy!
The Manitou Beach Village Boathouse Gallery, which is a non profit, is looking for an old wood row boat. It does not have to be floatable. They are willing to pay a small amount or it can be donated and receive a tax deductible write off.
Please contact Dave Gajda at firstname.lastname@example.org
Michigan Gypsy and the Art Gallery will be opening May 21st! It will be an exciting day in our village, so be sure to come out for the festivities!
The sound of nails being hammered fills the Manitou Beach village district on the heels of the launch of the 2017 tourism season.
Several residential homes have been purchased for renovation; others are being converted to commercial space for leasing; parking improvements with a retaining wall are in the works, and a new gallery of shops is being prepared for a grand opening celebration next month.
When he decided in 2011 to bring the beach resort back to what he remembered as a child growing up at Devils Lake, developer Dave Gajda said he and his partner, Jose Malagon, had several goals in mind. [Read More…]
The Devils lake Festival of the Arts is a collaborative effort among local residents, businesses, and organizations. The date is Saturday, June 17, 2017. Last year’s festival was extremely well attended and enormously appreciated. The Children’s Tent gave out 350 art portfolios filled with art supplies to community children. The volunteers helped with face-painting and a supervised art project. This year the art project is a crayon resistant heart with water color wash and the artist being highlighted is Jim Dine. All the materials are set but we need help supervising the art of each table.
Can you help for 2 hours?
Please email your name to email@example.com and the time you would be able to assist.
10a-12n, 12n-2p or 2p-4p.