For more information, call the Chamber office at 231.547.2101 or email info@charlevoix.org

Ribbon Cutting at Pita Cruiser!

May 3rd

Help us welcome Pita Cruiser to their new brick and mortar location at 10:30am on May 3rd!

311 Bridge St, Charlevoix.

SBA 101

This workshop will discuss topics to assist new or existing business owners with resources that will help entrepreneurs on their business journey, accessing capital for funding a startup or existing business,

federal contracting to do business with the government, and disaster assistance in the event a natural disaster occurs.

Citizens National Bank

Waterfront Wellness

1st Anniversary at Happy Troll

May 1st

Come & Celebrate our 1st Anniversary with us at The Happy Troll Deli & Pub! We appreciate YOU so stop in a get A FREE COFFEE & DONUT! We are excited to expand our support of local/regional businesses by offering East Jordan based, Backdraft Roasting Co. More Exciting News Coming Soon!


Kentucky Derby Party at Gypsy Distillery

May 4th

Saturday, May 4, 2024

6:00 PM 10:00 PM

Experience the rush of

"The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports" at Gypsy Distillery!


Main Race Live Stream

Best Dressed Competition

Specialty Cocktails



*No ticket purchase required*


Enamel On Copper Class

May 4th

With Courtney Uhrick! Join Courtney for a creative and fun workshop. During your class, she will guide you step by step through the process of kiln firing to create a one of a kind colorful dish. Learn how to kiln fire enamel on copper and choose from a wide array of colorful enamel and textures.

The dish measures 3-3/8”x3”x3/4”, perfect for holding your go-to earrings, rings - a beautiful catch-all dish.

All materials provided.

REGISTER BY: April 30th.

REGISTER AT: https://www.charlevoixcircle.org/classes-workshops or call 231-5473554

CLASS FEE: $100, or $90 for members

Fruit Tree Sale at Friske Farm Market

May 4th

Friske’s Tree Sale | May 4 | 9am-3pm

Friske Farm Market, 10743 N US-31, Ellsworth, MI

First come, first served!

No Pre-orders/No holds

Trees range from 4-6’ tall

Bare Root (not potted)

Root stock is either dwarf or semi-dwarf

Purchase 10+ trees & your tree trunk guards are FREE!



EverCrisp, Gala, Ruby Rush, Macintosh, Honeycrisp, Fuji, Crimson Crisp, Ida Red, Ambrosia, Northern Spy, Empire.


Blazing Star, Contender, Red Haven




Trees are $30/ea for 2024. Cash or Check only, please.

Our amazing horticulturists will be running the sale to ensure you have all the knowledge needed to help your trees live and thrive *Please Note: trees do not come with a guarantee.


Mothers Day Mini Sessions At The Back Lot Charlevoix by Kay Marie Photography

May 5th

Dads/partners/parents.. this one is for YOU!

I know its crazy to think about, but Mothers Day will be here before we know it!

Even being a photographer, most of the images of my daughter are taken with my phone and I absolutely treasure the moments that are captured professionally as a family. I think I can speak for every mom out there - We want pictures of our kids and we want to be IN those pictures.

I'll be hosting Mother's Day minis at the The Back Lot Charlevoix Sunday May 5th and will have stunning floral arrangements created by the lovely Hailey French from Pachamama Floral.

I am so excited about these! Sign up below 


Macrame Owls with Dawn Guthre

May 7th

Join Dawn Guthre, artist, and owner of Chill Retro in Charlevoix, for a beginner macrame class. She will be teaching participants how to make small macrame owls using two to three basic macrame knots.

Supplies will be provided. Registration is limited and required. This event is intended for adult participants. 



May 7th

One Night Only - Benefits the Charlevoix Cinema III

Tuesday May 7 at 7pm

Cast & Crew In Attendance

No one fights to preserve a multiplex, but some people will risk everything to save a marquee. Through booms and busts, Delft Theatres Inc. - and its innovative gem, The Nordic - endured in Marquette for almost 100 years, even as the world changed endlessly around them. Local teen Bernie Rosendahl’s modern crusade to restore the historic arthouse to its former glory leads filmmakers to discover a hidden cinema empire in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Portraying the history of movies through one iconic screen - Marqueetown is the true story of chasing your dreams, and redefining success and failure.

Director's Statement

As children of the 1980s and 1990s, found ourselves creating a sort of emotional obituary for the cinema experiences of our youth in the background of dedicating ourselves to telling Bernie’s personal story faithfully and in great detail. Creatively as documentarians, we had to retroactively bring the theater and characters to life, since many of them were gone. In response to that challenge, we turned to an innocent hand-made aesthetic for recreations and a storyworld that required a suspension of disbelief - intentionally multi-dimensional and playful, in the spirit of reembracing the enduring magic of cinema


Celebrate with Laura Jasurda at the Wash N Run Event

May 6, May 14

In celebration of Rodan and Fields’ recent accolade, Laura Jasurda is delighted to invite you to a special "Wash N Run" event. Join us on Monday, May 6, and/or Tuesday, May 14, from 5 to 8 PM at 101 Leonard Street, Charlevoix. Drop in anytime to enjoy a personalized skin and hair analysis with customized product recommendations. 

Experience firsthand why Rodan and Fields is a leader in dermatology skincare and haircare. Guests will leave with a pampering package of samples, perfectly tailored to their needs. Plus, a portion of any purchases will benefit Joppa House, a cause close to Laura’s heart.

Come celebrate this remarkable achievement, treat yourself to some well-deserved pampering, and support a great cause!

The Okee Dokee Brothers at Great Lakes Center for the Arts-Family Friendly Event!

May 10th

As childhood friends growing up in Denver, Colorado, Joe Mailander and Justin Lansing were always exploring the outdoors. Whether it was rafting down their neighborhood creek or discovering hiking trails through the Rocky Mountains, Joe and Justin were born adventurers.

Now, as the GRAMMY® Award-winning Okee Dokee Brothers, they have put this passion for the outdoors at the heart of their Americana Folk music.

Joe and Justin record and perform family music with a goal to inspire children and their parents to step outside and get creative. They believe this can motivate kids to gain a greater respect for the natural world, their communities, and themselves. 

The five-time Parents’ Choice Award winners have garnered praise from the likes of NPR’s All Things Considered and USA Today, and have been called “two of family music’s best songwriters.”

Tickets are $10/Youth and $20-$40 for Adults


The Croods-Free Community Movie

May 11th

Free Community Movie of THE CROODS in partnership with an anonymous donor.

MAY 11 at 11am. Doors open at 10:30am. Concessions available for purchase.

Bring a canned or dry good to donate to Charlevoix Rayder Den.


Meditation & Sound Bath

March 3rd-June 16th

Class Dates to Register for:

April 7, 21

May 5, 19

June 2, 16

Join Lindsay Walter, certified meditation and breath work coach for a community meditation and breath work group class.

Each session includes a discussion and guided meditation blended with breath work and sound bath. 

Participants will leave feeling grounded, balanced, and relaxed. Classes are held at the Charlevoix Circle of arts on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month from 9:30-10:30am.

Please wear comfortable clothing, and bring a yoga mat, pillow, blanket, and water bottle. 

 (Floor surface is hard).

Minimum # of Participants to hold class = 1 

Maximum # of Participants = 10


Art-Ventures Begins!

April 11th-May 16th

After school art class!

Pre-register at https://www.charlevoixcircle.org/art-ventures or call 231-547-3554.

Kids ages 6 - 12 get to be creative, try new techniques and explore a variety of materials. With art show finale!

SESSION of 6 CLASSES: APRIL 11 - MAY 16, 2024.

Time: Thursdays, 4 - 5:30 pm

Includes all supplies & snack!

NCMC Summer Learning Academy

June 24th-August 15th


For students entering grades 3rd - 8th

Classes held Monday - Thursday

9:00 am - 12:00 pm or 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Welcome to our Summer Learning Academy! Our academy is a dynamic and enriching program specially crafted for young minds eager to explore, learn, and have fun during the summer months. Through a mix of interactive workshops, hands-on activities, and educational games, participants will have the opportunity to delve into various subjects, develop new skills, and foster a love for learning.

Click here for the full schedule

Making Death Greener with Gabriele Mayer, PhD

May 14th


Wine & Chocolate Tasting

May 16th


Northern Lakes Economic Symposium & Showcase

May 17th


Rock The Lot At Odawa Casino

May 19th


Charlevoix Area Garden Club Spring Plant Sale at Ferry Beach

May 25th


U.S. Coast Guard Station Charlevoix Career/Job Fair

June 1st


Char-Em ISD special education millage renewal on the ballot May 7, 2024 

Election day is fast approaching on May 7, 2024, when voters in Charlevoix, Emmet and northern Antrim counties will be asked to consider renewing the long-standing Char-Em ISD special education millage. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

“This millage was originally approved by voters in 1980 and has been renewed every four years since,” said Char-Em ISD Superintendent Scott Koziol. “This millage impacts the lives of thousands of students and their families in our region, from newborns to students up to age 26, including their lives beyond school. It provides critical services to students with disabilities in every Char-Em ISD district.”

Char-Em ISD serves more than 1,330 students with special needs in 11 public school districts, two charter academies, and 5 private schools each year. Of that total, 124 infants and toddlers with disabilities receive direct and classroom-based instruction, and 107 students with significant emotional needs attend ISD-operated classrooms. Across the region, 16 special education classrooms, including 2 early childhood classrooms, are operated in the ISD’s 2.5 county service region.

The ballot issue seeks renewal of 1.4606 mills for four years, 2024-27, generating approximately $10.3 million per year for special education operational funding. For a home with a market value of $100,000, it would cost the taxpayer about $75 per year.

Koziol noted that the ballot language reads “increase” instead of “renewal” due to ballot language wording regulations. The previous special education millage expired on Dec. 31, 2023, making this request a “new” levy, if approved. “This has been the case wording-wise every four years since the first renewal in 1984,” Koziol said.

Learn more at Charemisd.org.

Spoil Mom this Mother's Day

It's that time of year to spoil Mom for Mother's Day!

Our Petite Pairing is back and available to order now for pick up or local delivery. Mom will love the mini coconut cake from That French Place and a locally grown tulip bouquet perfectly wrapped for her.

Limited availability...order soon!


Get out on the water! 

The Sail Charlevoix Junior Sailing Program is looking forward to another successful season on Lake Charlevoix! 

Weekly Boyne City sessions begin the week of June 10 and run through June 27. 

Junior sailing sessions at our Depot Beach, Charlevoix location start the week of June 24 and continue for the season through August 9. In addition to Junior Sailing (ages 8-18) and racing (ages 10-18), we offer limited boat rentals and Adult Lessons. To learn more, ask questions, and register, please visit us at sailcharlevoix.org ⛵

Wineguys Restaurant Group presents the 27th Annual Morel Wine Dinner featuring Caymus Vineyards at CITY PARK GRILL

Experience the legendary annual fungi-infused, five-course pairings dinner, a sold-out tradition for 27 years. Thursday, May 16 at 6:30pm, delight in exquisite Caymus Vineyards wines alongside gourmet courses like Morel-Potato Gnocchi Duck Confit and Red Wine Braised Short Ribs. Join special guest Eric Bjorkman of Great Lakes Wine and Spirits for guided wine pairings. Discover Caymus Vineyards' rich history of family-owned excellence, crafting unique Cabernet Sauvignons in the heart of Napa Valley. Don't miss this unforgettable culinary journey. $130pp (plus tax & gratuity). CLICK for RESERVATIONS | Full Menu & Pairings | Call 231.347.0101 with questions.

Grants for Environment, Arts & Culture Awarded:

The Charlevoix County Community Foundation hosted two grant cycles in March, responding to requests from local nonprofit organizations working to address environmental needs as well as needs in arts, music, history, and culture. Thanks to donors who participate with the Community Foundation to make a difference close to home, a total of $112,495 in grants have been awarded to nonprofits between the two cycles.

For a complete list of grants, along with more details about each program supported, visit c3f.org.

A charitable organization dedicated to improving and enriching life in this area, the Charlevoix County Community Foundation accepts gifts from individuals, families, businesses, and civic groups and manages them as permanent endowment funds, which are carefully invested to grow over time. Each year C3F makes grants that support a wide variety of programs that make our region better by using a portion of the endowment earnings.

Visit c3f.org to learn more about how to make a tax-deductible donation to one of these endowment funds.

Applications are now being accepted for our next grant cycle, Community Priorities, which is open to requests from eligible nonprofit partners to meet needs and advance opportunities in Charlevoix County. Applications are due by Wednesday, May 1, 2024. The Community Foundation welcomes inquiries about applying for grants anytime at acousens@c3f.org. 

Haggard's is under new ownership!

After 55 successful years in the plumbing and heating industry, Bill and John Haggard decided to pass the pipe wrench down to long time employee and friend of 24 years, Frank Cesaro.

Frank, master plumber, and now the new owner of Haggard's has implemented some slight changes to the business name. Still respecting the Haggard brothers' years of hard work and the dedication to the business they built from the ground up, Frank decided to keep the wrenches turning while keeping the legacy of the Haggard name going strong.

With alot of thought, Frank made the decision to change the business name from Haggard's to Haggard's Plumbing and Heating Corporation.



She gets the smiles, you get the thanks! We would be honored if you joined us for our Mother's Day Buffet.

Sunday, May 12 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Adults: $39 Children: $21 (4-10 yrs.)

CLICK HERE to view menu

CLICK HERE to make a reservation on-line, or call 231-547-4311.

Pets of The Week-

Bo Peep, Jessie, Rex, Woody and Buzz

Did someone say PUPPIES?!?

We have a group of Great Pyrenees mixed breed puppies here at CAHS.

They are just about 4 months old and ready to find their forever families!

Meet our Toy Story Group: Bo Peep, Jessie, Rex, Woody and Buzz

Applications can be found at our website:


Puppies under 9 months will require puppy classes


Castle Farms-Now Booking Graduation Parties!

Celebrate your graduation in style at Castle Farms' Rose Pavilion!

Our new party package offers affordable elegance, starting at $150 for weekdays, $200 for Fridays or Sundays, and $300 for Saturdays.

Enjoy a 3-hour event complete with tables and linens included. Elevate your celebration with optional Grazing Boards or Sliders.

Whether you're commemorating with classmates or sharing the moment with loved ones, our picturesque venue sets the stage for unforgettable memories. Book now and make your graduation truly special at Castle Farms!


Raven Hill Weekly Update:

Rodan + Fields Ranked #27 in Top 100 Global Beauty Brands

Laura Jasurda is excited to announce that Rodan and Fields, the brand founded by the Creators of Proactiv, has been ranked #27 in the Top 100 Global Beauty Brands of 2023. This is a true testimony to the remarkable results delivered by their products.

Read more about the brand and process here.

Learn more about Rodan + Fields with Laura Jasurda, laurajasurda.com.

Norwood Centennial Farms: “We’re rock stars of the environment!”

Norwood Centennial Farms received all 4 MAEAP certifications on March 28, 2024.

Just eight miles south of Charlevoix on Route 31 there stands, arguably, one of the most remarkable dairy farms in the entire country: Norwood Centennial Farms, at 1498 Barnard Road. Created and run for almost 100 years by a handful of individuals springing from the same family, their names are Rolland and Mary Baumbach, Grace (Baumbach) and Harrison Warner, their son Doug Warner, and today, Doug’s daughter Sarah (Warner) Roy, and her husband Jason. Sarah may properly lay claim to the “rock star” title because it is she, following in the footsteps of her father, who saved the farm through several decades of enlightened struggle. Doug himself had to overcome PPB, getting crushed by a semi and fighting off a maddened bull.

“Sarah took over the farm three years ago. I was going to sell after 45 years,” Douglas recalls, (too much paperwork), “but she took over.”

That’s a big job by itself and Sarah found good help near the home she occupies with Jason outside Chicago. She alternates visits home with time devoted to the farm.

Today, Sarah declares, “we use as much of the cow as we can,” producing record amounts of milk, beef sticks, summer sausage, ground beef, suet wreaths, and soon to be a line of A2 Fromage cheese spreads.

Now, when you think of milk, you think of all that’s involved and, especially, of the need for an impeccably clean environment: That’s where the Michigan Agricultural Environmental Assurance Program comes in: MAEAP, as it is known, is an innovative program that helps farms of all kinds and sizes prevent or minimize agricultural pollution. And, for those who succeed, Norwood Centennial stands at the very top.

Participants can be recognized as top stewards of the environment; they can qualify for regulatory protections and preferred consideration for technical help. A great many farms are already there but “Norwood Centennial Farms was the first farm in the area to jump on board,” Sarah says, the first farm to qualify in the Charlevoix, Cheyboygan, Otsego and Emmet region.

“As long ago as Sept. 28, 2006, we had our cropping system certified, and we were the first to receive any certification in our region.” The farm has to recertify every five years. This dates to Dec. 2, 2009. “We have taken great strides to ensure that the farm reflects commitment and good stewardship of our land and water,” Sarah notes.

You can’t have cows and milk without growing crops, and the Cropping system reviews wherever crops are grown, it reviews risks related to pesticide, nutrient application and erosion control.

“So far,” Sarah says, “3,743 farms in the State of Michigan have at least one certification. Norwood Centennial Farms has all four. Only 36 other farms in the state of Michigan have four.”

So: you have the Cropping System, you have the Farmstead System, the Livestock System — involving manure storage and disposal (Oldtimers can recall ancient manure spreaders with stained siding, underneath which it read: New Idea.)

And the fourth system to be certified is the Forest, Wetland and Habitat system. Norwood Centennial Farms has forests and wetlands sufficient to qualify — “we have that system,” Sarah adds, noting that it was not easy to certify any of the systems. As seems apparent, the four systems clearly exhibit Norwood Centennial Farms and Michigan agriculture’s commitment to a safe, healthy environment.

Meanwhile, a lot has been happening at Norwood Centennial Farms, as the record shows:

“We produce A2 milk,” Sarah notes, “naturally lactose free, which is easier to digest. It took 12 years of breeding the A2 gene into the herd.” Seeing a need to adjust dehorning practices based on societal opinions, Norwood Centennial Farms started breeding the “polled” gene into the herd three years ago. “Polled” means horn free. “It’s exciting to see genetics at work” Sarah declared. Several of their calves are being born polled already.

What’s next for Norwood Centennial Farms you might ask? “We like to keep people guessing, but we are willing to do whatever it takes to keep our family legacy alive in Northern Michigan.” Sarah exclaimed.

If you are interested in learning more about the farm you can visit the website, norwoodcentennialfarms.com or follow the farm on Facebook and Instagram.

By Larry Smith

Larry Smith was the managing editor of Parade magazine for 20 years. He also worked for the New York Times. He is the author of several books, including The Original, which is set in Antrim County. He lived on Norwood Centennial Farms as a teenager, in the 1950’s.


North Central will celebrate Class of 2024 graduates on May 3

North Central Michigan College will mark the end of a successful academic year with two important ceremonies on May 3.

The college will hold its 64th annual commencement exercises at 7:30 p.m. inside Petoskey Plastics Arena in the college’s Student and Community Resource Center. More than 250 graduates will receive their diplomas. A reception for graduates and guests will follow the ceremony.

“Commencement is the exciting culmination of years of hard work by our students and faculty,” said NCMC President David Roland Finley. “We are thrilled to celebrate our students’ achievements and watch them take the next step into a successful future.”

Monica Peck, librarian and community leader, will provide the commencement address. Peck, who graduated from North Central in 2009, is director of the Boyne District Library. In 2022, Peck was named the Public Librarian of the Year by the Michigan Library Association. Four years prior, in 2018, she was named a Rising Star by Wayne State University, where she earned her Master of Library Science degree.

Peck serves as a trustee on the Charlevoix County Community Foundation Board and the Leadership Charlevoix County Board. She also serves on the Boyne City Chamber of Commerce Board and the Otsego County Library Board. She and her husband, Jordan, live in Gaylord and share a blended family with seven children.

“I’m honored to return to NCMC to give the commencement address,” Peck said. “It’s humbling to think I could contribute to an institution that has given me so much. When I attended my commencement in 2009, I remember the excitement that I felt, and I’m thrilled to share that with the class of 2024.”

During the ceremony, college officials will award honorary degrees of Education and Community Service to Pier and Renee Borra in recognition of their contributions to the healthcare field and to the college.

Donors to North Central since 2009, the Borras have supported many funding priorities, including the Healthy Investment and Building Tomorrow Together capital campaigns. The Borras have also supported student success initiatives, technology, and scholarships, including the Borra Nursing Pathway Scholarship. Thanks to their generosity, in 2023, McLaren Northern Michigan opened the Justin A. Borra Behavioral Health Center in Cheboygan to provide mental and behavioral health resources to those in need.

North Central’s nurse pinning ceremony, the annual tradition that marks the completion of students’ nursing coursework, will be held immediately prior to commencement, at 4 p.m. in Petoskey Plastics Arena. Twenty-six student-nurses will receive their pins. A reception for nurses and their families will follow the pinning ceremony.

Lily Wilcox, who graduated from North Central’s nursing program in 2019, will deliver the keynote address to the 2024 nursing graduates. Wilcox’s professional experience spans various settings, from medical-surgical care to her leadership role as a charge nurse in Emergency Medicine at McLaren Northern Michigan Hospital.

Now a travel nurse serving Northern Michigan, Wilcox continues to exemplify excellence in emergency medicine. She also uses her experience to shape the next generation of nurses, serving as a clinical instructor and tutor for NCMC’s nursing program.

Both nurse pinning and commencement will be livestreamed for those unable to attend. For more information about both events, including a list of graduates by academic program, visit www.ncmich.edu/commencement.

North Central Michigan College is an open-door community college based in Petoskey with additional offerings in Cheboygan, Gaylord, and online. North Central’s mission is to provide exceptional, accessible, relevant higher education of and for the community. An Achieving the Dream Leader College with a designation of Veteran Friendly Gold by the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency, North Central is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association and the Michigan Community College Athletic Association. Learn more at www.ncmich.edu.

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Absolute Enterprises

Construction Work

Big Brothers Big Sisters

Advocacy/Developmental Specialist

Brady's Carpet Cleaning

Carpet Cleaning Technician

Castle Farms

Bistro Tour Food Setup Leader

Assistant Venue Coordinator

Wine Room Associate

Charlevoix Area Community Pool

Certified Lifeguards

Swim Team Coach

Charlevoix Auto

Automotive Technician

Detailer/ Porter

Charlevoix Area Humane Society

Veterinary Technician

Kennel Attendant

Charlevoix Conservation District

Conservation Outreach Intern

Charlevoix County Commission on Aging

Boyne Area Senior Center Part Time Cook

Charlevoix County Community Foundation

Administrative Assistant

Charlevoix State Bank

Management Trainee

Cherry Republic

Assistant Retail Manager

Retail Ambassador

Retail Keyholder

City of Charlevoix

Dock Attendants

Full-Time Police Officer

Camp Counselors

Assistant Camp Director

Charlevoix Beautification Crew

Golf Grounds Maintenance



Inside Sales

Field Service Technician

Drost Landscaping

Multiple Seasonal Positions

Goodwill Northern Michigan

Sales Associate

Assistant Store Manager

Retail Team Lead

Harbor Industries

Assembler I

Assembler I (part time)

CNC Operator

Manufacturing Engineer

Horizon Bank

Customer Service Representative

JAX Northside

Restaurant Manager

Manthei Construction

Diesel Mechanic

Field Construction Laborer

Forklift Operator 

Gravel Train Truck Driver

Heavy Construction Foreman

Heavy Equipment Operator

Production Laborer - Demolding

Production Laborer - Pouring

Manthei Supply

Graphic Designer

McBride Custom Homes

Summer Administrative Intern

Northern Community Mediation

Case Manager

Platinum Yacht Services

Seasonal Boat Detailer

The Happy Troll





Wineguys Restaurant Group



Food Runners



Server Assistants

Restaurant Management and Event Coordination Internship

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