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American 1 Mobile ATM is available for YOUR event!
Have you ever had someone ask “Where’s the closest ATM?” when they were attending your event? This could be a problem if they have to leave, as they may not come back if they have to go get cash. Did you know there is a solution to this problem locally in Jackson?
We need items from all branches of service and all periods of service.
Military Artifacts Wanted by Museum
The Grass Lake Area Historical Society and The Michigan Military Heritage Museum are looking for military items and stories.
Jackson's Own Baseball Stadium
It could happen! Currently, a consulting team is preparing a market study for the potential ballpark and we're interested in your opinion. To weigh in and help make this dream a reality, take our short survey.
City of Jackson Selected for Arts-Based Community Development Investment
The Consumers Lighted Glass Mural Project is one of 66 National Endowment for the Arts Our Town projects selected nationwide
MIS the place for “Summerfast” fun
The checkered flag dropped on the Quicken Loans 400 and the green flag for the Pure Michigan 400 is still is a month away, but the activity at NASCAR’s fastest track is nearly as quick as the cars on the track.
Jackson College’s Potter Center has announced its 2014-15 Entertainment Season
Jackson College’s Potter Center has announced its 2014-15 entertainment season, featuring music, stage shows, magic, comedy and more!
Season package tickets for three or more shows are available now at www.jccmi.edu/events, or by calling the Potter Center Ticket Office at 517.796.8600. Individual tickets go on sale June 9.
16 Days of Jackson – Day One
Posted on December 2, 2013
16 Days of Jackson
From day one, my experiences in Jackson, Michigan have been full of small world confirmation connections; wonderful natural nourishment in the form of outdoor experiences, music, art and Jackson culture; true stories of innovative service unique to the Cool City in South Central Michigan; and everyday people who have survived, thrived and creatively derived aspects of the best community in the world.
Michigan Shakespeare Festival hires new managing director
JACKSON - The Michigan Shakespeare Festival is happy to announce the hiring of Julie Brunzell to assume the position of managing director. Brunzell brings nine years of professional upper-management experience at the award-winning Purple Rose Theatre of Chelsea to the MSF along with her master's degree in arts administration from Eastern Michigan University.
Nonprofit Network Hosts Two-Day Conference
Nonprofit Network is hosting a regional, two-day conference to provide nonprofit and for-profit organizations professional development opportunities for management staff, volunteers and board of directors.