Looking for things to do in #JacksonMI this weekend? Here’s our top five picks for: April 12th - 14th, 2019
1.Catch a Show at the Potter Center at Jackson College
Catch Sara Evans performing in #JacksonMI Sunday night at the Potter Center at Jackson College. You might recognize her five No. 1 country singles including “No Place That Far,” “Suds In The Bucket, “A Real Fine Place To Start,” “Born to Fly,” and “A Little Bit Stronger.” Tickets start at $35. Get the details! Or be transported to a colorful, happy place called Bubblelandia, a place to dream, to listen, to watch, to savor, and to marvel. From Latvia comes this delightful Modern Circus production which includes acrobatics, juggling, contortion, laser technology and most of all millions of bubbles! The Underwater Bubble Show is Friday night. Tickets start at $10. Get the details!
2.The 2019 Annual Fairy Festival
The Jackson School of the Arts Fairy Festival is a two-day event, free of charge and includes arts & crafts, vendors, Ye Ole Fairy Shoppe, the Cupcake Cafe, a Fairy Garden Contest, Tea with Miss Jackson Crossroads, many character meet and greets, carriage rides, dancing fairies and performances by the Fairy Festival Players. Get the details!
3.Final Free Bach's Lunch Concert Series
The Bach's Lunch Series promotes classical music through free noontime concerts open to the public, featuring Community Music School students, faculty and guest artists. Concerts also include demonstrations and commentary given by professional musicians. Pizza slices and beverages will be available for purchase or bring your own lunch and enjoy complimentary coffee, tea and cookies. Get the details!
4.Napoleon Spring Craft Show
Get crafty on Saturday at the Napoleon Spring Craft Show! From books, beauty products, kids crafts, yummy treats and more, find everything you've been looking for! Admission is only $1. Get the details!
Head over to Art 634 and stroll through the eclectic, fun and whimsical artwork of Victoria Newton on Friday. Get the details! And don't forget to make your way over to Essa Arts and check out the artwork of Carrie Joers, who combines her love of painting and her desire to become more abstract with glass painting. Get the details!