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In Appreciation: The Legacy of Friends of Art

From: http://www.muskegonartmuseum.org
August 19 through October 17, 2010

As the Muskegon Museum of Art’s 2012 Centennial approaches, a group of exhibitions comprised of works from its permanent collection will recognize and honor organizations and individuals whose beneficence has enhanced the institution in significant ways. In Appreciation: The Legacy of Friends of Art showcases gifts of artwork given by Friends of Art, a non-profit organization associated with the Museum since 1921. The exhibition can be viewed in the MMA’s Cooper Gallery August 19 through October 17, 2010.

Friends of Art has actively contributed to the permanent collection, adding more than 60 paintings, sculpture, prints, glass, photographs, books, and works on paper carrying their name.

In Appreciation: The Legacy of Friends of Art

From: http://www.muskegonartmuseum.org
August 19 through October 17, 2010

As the Muskegon Museum of Art’s 2012 Centennial approaches, a group of exhibitions comprised of works from its permanent collection will recognize and honor organizations and individuals whose beneficence has enhanced the institution in significant ways. In Appreciation: The Legacy of Friends of Art showcases gifts of artwork given by Friends of Art, a non-profit organization associated with the Museum since 1921. The exhibition can be viewed in the MMA’s Cooper Gallery August 19 through October 17, 2010.

Friends of Art has actively contributed to the permanent collection, adding more than 60 paintings, sculpture, prints, glass, photographs, books, and works on paper carrying their name.

Wizard of Oz to hit the big screen

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Muskegon, MI Sept. 21, 2010: In tough economic times, the Harbor Theater has provided relief on the entertainment budget to families by offering new family-friendly flicks for only $1.00 per admission ticket. Now, they are introducing classic films to the mix.

"We were thinking…what movies would we want to share with our children that we enjoyed and they had never seen?" says Jen Pelto, owner of the Harbor Theater, 1937 Lakeshore Drive in Muskegon.

Buster Keaton Film Festival - October 2, 2010

From: http://www.visitmuskegon.org

Films are open to the public!

For only $6.00 enjoy watching Buster Keaton in Seven Chances, Cops and The Cook with live music performed by Dennis Cook.

At 8:00pm watch "Can Buster Come Out and Play?"  This was the question young Bart Williams asked Eleanor Keaton after he knocked on the door of Buster Keaton's home in Woodland Hills, California.  Buster did indeed come out and play, and Bart will be a special guest this year in Muskegon, Buster's hometown.  When he grew up, Bart became the best friend of Buster's widow, Eleanor, and he's got plenty of memories to share.  A professional actor, physical comedian and singer since he was a child, Bart Williams will not only talk about his memories of Buster and Eleanor, he will present "The Art of the Pratfall" and will give a short concert of "The Songs of Buster Keaton", accompanied by Patricia E

Harbor Theater “Pays It Forward” to Veterans and Active Military

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Muskegon, MI Sept. 12, 2010: The 2010 Sundance winner Restrepo is a gritty, intense documentary surrounding the U.S. deployment of soldiers in Afghanistan’s Korengal Valley, which was considered the most dangerous posting in the U.S. military. While it will keep the audience at the edge of their seats and their hearts racing, it will surely leave a lasting impression on many that leave.

“It’s an interesting concept that we, as a society, have chronicled such sad and touching events through this documentary with, aside from exposure, the intent of profiting on it,” says Jen Pelto, owner of the Harbor Theater.

Shoreline Spectacular - GFS MarketPlace Family Picnic Rescheduled

From: http://www.shorelinespectacular.com

Shoreline Spectacular had many successful events happen this last weekend (Labor Day weekend) but unfortunately our GFS Marketplace Family Picnic was rained out.

We have decided to reschedule it to this Sunday, September 12th, from 1 – 5 pm. The location will be at GFS Marketplace, 885 W. Sherman Blvd. All money raised here will go to local charities (just like the festival).

The events that were planned for the original picnic will take place here. We will be raffling off the 2010 Polaris Quad, we will be having a hot dog contest (sponsored by Vienna) and music.

The picnic will be $5 for adults / $3 for children under 12 yr old.

It will include a pig roast (bbq or not), baked beans, potato salad, and ice cream. (Beverages sold separate) and for the children there will be hot dogs, chips and juice.

Open Tours/Remembering Newaygo County: The Symbolist Paintings of Annabel Livermore

From: http://www.muskegonartmuseum.org

Drop in every Thursday afternoon for free tours led by MMA docents. MMA docent Fran Fisher will lead the September 2 tours featuring Remembering Newaygo County: The Symbolist Paintings of Annabel Livermore. Reservations are not required.

Thursday, September 02
1:00–3:00 pm