Living in Mt. Pleasant NOV. 3: TNA IMPACT WRESTLING’S WORLD TOUR
AT SOARING EAGLE CASINO – 8 P.M. The Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Impact World Tour arrives in Mt. Pleasant Thursday, Nov. 3. Watch all of your favorite Impact Wrestling stars take to the mat. Fighters appearing are: Mr. Anderson, Rob Van Dam and “King of the Mountain” Jeff Jarrett, “The Phenomenal” AJ Styles, Beer Money Inc, Velvet Sky and more. Don’t miss this action-packed night live at Soaring Eagle. There are no age restrictions. Tickets available now: $50, $35, $15. Call the Box Office at (888) 726-9633 for more information.
NOV. 4: JOE HERTLER AND THE RAINBOW SEEKERS
CD RELEASE – 9 P.M. Mt. Pleasant folk band Joe Hertler and the Rainbow Seekers will release its newest album, On Being, at Rubble’s Bar (112 W Michigan St.). Opening the show will be Prussia, from Detroit. Purchase fee-free tickets from Fusion Shows at fusionshows. com. Check this out if you’re a fan of mid-Michigan folk bands Frontier Ruckus or Chris Bathgate. This is an 18-and-over show, tickets are $10, show at 9 p.m. Admission fee includes a copy of Joe Hertler and the Rainbow Seekers’ new album On Being.
LADY GAGA: Celebration! Cinema, Nov. 21 NOV. 9: CMU UNIVERSITY THEATRE:
THE ROBBER BRIDEGROOM – 7:30-9:30 P.M. CMU University Theatre presents a musical about remem- bering the past while embracing the present. This is a lively musical romp into the early American folk history as remem- bered by the residents of rural Rodney, Mississippi. They talk of Jamie Lockhart, who was both a gentleman and robber, also Rosamund, the beautiful and naive daughter of wealthy Clement Musgrove. This may include brief nudity. Located at Bush Theatre, Moore Hall, CMU Campus $9 adults - $7 students and seniors. Tickets Available by phone at (989)774- 3000 or in person at Ticket Central in the CMU Events Center (formerly Rose Arena).
NOV. 11: WAVVY HANDS, ELLIOT STREET LUNATIC, ELLIOT STREET LUNATIC: Rubble’s Bar , Nov. 11 NOV. 5: BIRDS OF PREY LIVE AT
VETERANS MEMORIAL LIBRARY – 11 A.M. Look straight into the eyes of a great horned owl, learn about the mysterious sounds of the night, watch a hawk “lock on” to its prey. Joe Rogers, from the Wildlife Recovery Association, will bring his Birds of Prey to Veterans Memorial Library for an informative up-close look at live birds of prey. Learn about cavity nesting birds, hunting techniques of falcons, specialized adaptations of American Kestrels and camouflage used by great horned owls. Guests can learn their language; explore their hunting habits, and more. For more information call (989) 773-3242.
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AUDREY AT RUBBLE’S BAR DOORS – 9 P.M. Come enjoy a night of live indie rock music at Rubble’s Bar (112 W Michigan St.). Lansing’s Elliot Street Lunatic will headline, bringing its spacey and textured rock back to Mt. Pleasant. Opening the show will be Muskegon’s Audrey and Mt. Pleasant’s Wavvy Hands. Audrey is a rock band that has an explosive live show. Wavvy Hands is an electro-folk three piece featuring Diamonds In The Rough Promotions founder Corey Densmore.
NOV. 12: PERFUME/CHAPSTICK MAKING – 5:30-
7:30 P.M. Come have fun and learn how to make your own perfume and lip balm with all-natural ingredients, including bee’s wax and extracts. The event is all ages (kids must be accompanied by an adult). $35 for members ($40 for non-members). It is held at the Art Reach gift shop and gallery, located on 111 E. Broadway St. Call (989)773-3689 for more information.
NOV. 16: MONO-PRINTMAKING FOR KIDS – 4:30-
6:30 P.M. Cindy Smith will teach children ages 6 to 12 how to make prints of an image using markers, inks and watercolors. Because no two prints are alike, the students will come away with their own unique artwork. $35 for members ($40 for non-members). The class is held at Art Reach Center of Mid Michigan.
NOV. 21: LADY GAGA PRESENTS
THE MONSTER BALL TOUR – 7 P.M. A special screening of Lady Gaga’s Madison Square Garden concert during her Monster Ball Tour will be shown at Celebration! Cinema (4935 East Pickard St.). The screening will include a showing of the entire concert as well as backstage footage before and after the concert, exclusive to attendees of the event. Lady Gaga may also record a special personalized greeting to movie theater audiences. The film is rated PG-13 and runs 150 minutes.
NOV. 22: NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE MONTH:
FEATURED DOCUMENTARY: WE SHALL REMAIN As part of Native American Heritage Month the PBS documentary film We Shall Remain will be screened. There will be two showings at noon and 6 p.m. in the Bovee UC Auditorium. It tells of the struggle of the Wampanoag Indians of New England during the 1600s that resist the new settlers in their land. The film shows how courageously the tribes fought for their culture to remain intact as their whole world was changing before them. The documentary then jumps ahead to the 1970s as a movement for a pan-Indian identity sprang to life inspired by the 1960s Civil Rights movement. We Shall Remain represents an unprecedented collaboration between Native and non-Native filmmakers and involves Native advisers and scholars at all levels of the project. For more information call (989) 774-2508. n
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