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Leelanau Community Cultural Center in Leland

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    This one-day Plein Air Painting Event and Exhibit, hosted by the Leelanau Community Cultural Center at the Old Art Building, will be held Saturday, May 27, 2017.  The public can view artists painting “LIVE” from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm, in and around picturesque Leland capturing images of historic Fishtown, views of orchards and vineyards, spectacular […]

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    The Leelanau Community Cultural Center and Leelanau Art Educators will host the “Exposures 2017” exhibit to celebrate the visual art and creative writing of Leelanau County students in grades 7-12 chosen for this year’s publication. This year is the 29th Anniversary of the Exposures Magazine.

    The doors will open at 3:30 on Friday, April 28, but the opening reception is 4:30 to 7:00 pm featuring original artwork, essays and poetry from students at Glen Lake, The Leelanau School, Leland, Northport, Pathfinder, St. Mary’s, and performanceSuttons Bay.  Performances from student groups representing participating schools will begin at 5:30.

    Hors d’oeuvres are provided courtesy of the participating schools and area businesses.

    All students whose work is included in the book will receive a complimentary copy of Exposures

    2017. Additional copies will go on sale for $5 per copy at area book stores. The exhibit continues on Saturday, April 29 from 10 am to 4 pm at the Old Art Building in Leland. For more information call 231-256-2131.


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    This event is sponsored the The Bloom Workshop.  Click Image below for full details and registration

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    Come celebrate the 143rd Kentucky Derby televised on the big screen at the Old Art Building! Wear your big hats and bow ties ~ win a prize for wearing the best! 4:30 ~ Enjoy some cocktails and place your bets! $15 Ticket Price includes: Yummy snacks, 2 drink tickets, and lots of fun! All proceeds […]

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    The Leelanau Artists at the Old Art Building in Leland will host their 16th annual exhibition on June 2 through June 4, 2017. This exhibition represents the work of a group of visual artists who meet weekly to paint at the Old Art Building.  Some work in oils while others use watercolors, pastels, acrylics and other media. The […]

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    Many Hands Together is collaborative community art project sponsored, in part, by the Leland Community Cultural Center. The project brings together people of all ages and artistic abilities to paint tiles. The completed tiles will then be installed at the Leland Township Fire Department’s two firehouses in Leland and Lake Leelanau.

    The painting portion of the project will take place over 3 days, offering three convenient locations for people to COME AND PAINT A TILE.  This fun, easy and quick activity encourages families, groups of friends, or just anyone passing by to participate.  EVERYONE is welcome—NO experience necessary.

    Donations are appreciated.  Suggested donation: $3 per person / $5 per family

    • Thursday, June 8
    • 3-8 pm @ Old Art Building
    • 111 S. Main St., Leland
    • Friday, June 9
    • 3-8 pm @ Leland Firehouse
    • 201 Grand Ave., Leland
    • Saturday, June 10
    • 10 am – 2 pm @ Lk. Leelanau Firehouse
    • 358 W. Main St., Lake Leelanau

    The goal of this inaugural art project, Many Hands Together, is to honor the emergency responders who serve our community. Their motto is to protect life, property, and the environment through preparation, prevention and response. Our objective is to illustrate their mission with art created by the community. We will brighten the stations in Lake Leelanau and Leland by making two colorful, tile murals which will depict scenes that the firefighters serve and protect, as well as objects that are representative of, and used for fire safety and rescue.  The murals will feature individual, hand-painted tiles designed and painted by each participant.  This process emphasizes and highlights how our uniqueness as individuals contributes to the community as a whole when we work together.

    A special Thanks to Sally Meese and Amy Radford who spearheaded this project.  They and several other volunteers have organized this community project, with an end result that will be admired, shared, and treasured for many years to come.  It is our hope that Many Hands Together will become an annual event with many hands participating for the community as a whole.


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    Celebrate our freedom in Leland’s 4th of July Parade.  Starting at 1 pm there will be festive materials  for  kids and adults to decorate their bike for the parade.  Also, live music will be performed right here. . . on the lawn . . . by the Leland River by Jazz North.  This year Glenn Wolff’s band […]

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