Sept. 1- Happy Labor Day! Enjoy time with the family while having a barbecue!
Sept. 2- Today Sacred Heart celebrates 125 years with 125 bell rings. Head to downtown Mt. Pleasantto hear the bells ring.
Sept. 3- Canoe, kayak or tube down the Mighty Chippewa River before it gets too cold!
Spet. 4- CMU Theater presents The Complete World of Sports at Bush Theater. See this opening night of live entertainment and laughs!
Sept. 5- It is the first day of Wheatland Music Festival. Grab your tent and enjoy a weekend of music in Remus.
Sept 6- It is the Frankie’s Friends “Doggone it… lets get moving weekend”! As a virtual 5k you can walk, run, or bike. What ever you prefer get up and do it!
Sept 7- Call and make a reservation for zip line tours at Snow Snake in Harrisontoday.

Sept 8- It’s Harry Potter Month at the Chippewa River District Library. Visit your local library for Harry Potter themed activities.
Sept. 9- Spend this afternoon with the kids at the Mt. Pleasant Discovery Museum exploring all they have to offer.
Sept. 10- Looking for something to eat? Stop by one of Mt. Pleasant’s localrestaurants.
Sept. 11- Today is the Mt. Pleasant Community and Law Enforcement Torch Run. Register at 1:45 pmand run with them from the State Police Post to the SpecialOlympics office.
Sept. 12- Today is the Golf United Charity Golf Outing at the Mt. Pleasant Country Club. So test your swing for charity!
Sept. 13- Today is CMU & You Day for prospective students. Join in on the fun and cheer for your CMU Chippewas as they take on Syracuseat Kelly Shorts Stadium.
Sept. 14- Go to MMCC’s main campus in Harrisonfor great music and food at the Music Festivaland Barbecue.

Sept. 15- Did you know every Monday at Commission on Aging you can go square dancing? Put on your boots, dancing starts at 5:30 pm.
Sept. 16- Don’t miss out on the Mt. Pleasant Community Foundation annual breakfast at the Comfort Inn & Suites Conference Center.
Sept. 17- Get the running shoes, today is the Rotary’s 5K and Fun Run. Proceeds help fund community projects.
Sept. 18- Take a drive to the Pohl Bison B&B in Rosebush. Their store sells local bison meat all year long.

Sept. 19- Come experience the unique show of Joshua Seth, a comedy hypnotist, in Plachta Auditorium at CMU.
Sept. 20- This weekend marks the 10th AnnualCivil War Muster. Head to Deerfield Nature Park and see live reenactments, candle light tours, and a period fashion show!
Sept. 21- The leaves are changing colors. Now is the time to take a walk on the park trails and soak up the fall season.
Sept. 22- Head to Deerfield Nature Parkfor the Fall Mushroom Hunt and Potluck with The Michigan Mushroom Hunters Club.
Sept. 23- Try your luck at the tables at Soaring Eagle Casino.
Sept. 24- Get the latest fall decor and fashions by visiting downtown boutiques like Basketree, Trillium, Emma’s and the Mole Hole!
Sept. 25- It is the first day of Oktoberfest at Mountain Town Station! Enjoy live music and craft beers.

Sept. 26- It’s Homecoming night for Mt. Pleasant and Shepherd High School! See parades and football games as you cheer on your favorites. You could even head to Plachta Auditorium at CMU to see comedian Gary Owen at 7 pm.
Sept. 27- Today is Art in Our Parks at Deerfield Nature Parkwith crafts, poetry readings and more! Then join the Community Cancer Services for their Into the Light Cancer Walk in Island Park or take a trip to Double D Farms for Alpaca Farm Day!
Sept. 28- Tonight see the hilarious Jeff Dunham at Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort or see Ludacris in McGuirk Arena at Central Michigan University.
Sept. 29- Looking for a great meal? Head on over to the Shepherd Bar and Gril
Sept. 30This Saturday enjoy the start of fall with a round of golf at one of our beautiful courses.

Oct. 1- Hear about the life and work actor and television host Wes Moore in Plachta Auditorium at CMU.
Oct. 2- The new Popeye’s opens today on High Street. Drive over and enjoy Cajun style chicken and be sure to stop at Doozie’s for desert before the season is over! They close on October 5th
Oct. 3- Celebrate Homecoming with Sacred Heart Academy! And tonight see Collective Soul and Everclear at Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort.
Oct. 4- It’s Homecoming for the Chippewas! Enjoy the homecoming parade and game as they take on the Ohio Bobcats. Before the game stop at Papa’s Pumpkin Patch for the AnnualZonta Applefest.
Oct. 5th– Attend the Crop Hunger Walk and help stop poverty in our community and around the world.
Oct. 6- The Chippewa River District Library has missing puzzle piece activities all month long! Visit your local library and help them find missing puzzle pieces.
Oct. 7- Have a bowling night at Chippewa Lanes or 989 and Riverwood Resort!
Oct. 8- Today is the Business and Community Expo at the Comfort Inn and Suites. The event is free and open to the public from 4-7pm.
Oct. 9- Don’t miss out on one of your last chances to visit the Farmer’s Market in Island Park. The Farmer’s Market ends October 18th.
Oct. 10- Celebrate Homecoming with BealCity! And tonight see Santana perform at Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort.
Oct. 11- CMU University Theater presents Oakton High Homecoming Dance, 1999 in the Theater on the Side.
Oct. 12- Warm up at Robaire’s with fresh donuts or a cup of homemade soup!
Oct. 13- Visit the Ziibiwing Cultural Centerfor Indigenous People’s Days and learn all about the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal culture.
Oct. 14- Take this day to play in the leaves at one of our beautiful city parks!

Oct. 15- Honor the Eagle Feathers collection at the Ziibiwing Center with their Eagle Feather Cleansing at 1pm.
Oct.16- CMU’s girl’s volleyball takes on Bowling Green at the CMU Events Center.
Oct.17- Head to Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort to see Maze featuring Frankie Beverly.
Oct. 18- Take the Steam Train from Mt. Pleasant to Cadillac and see the fall colors! Then the Chippewa’s take on Ball State at Kelly Shorts Stadium.
Oct. 19- Head to Papa’s Pumpkin Patch and grab a pumpkin to carve or go for a hayride!

Oct. 20- Have you stopped by a Halloween store in town for your costume?
Oct. 21- Head to the Plate Boutique in Downtown Mt. Pleasant and pick up a new casserole dish for the holidays!
Oct. 22- Have a date night and see the latest film at Celebration Cinema.
Oct. 23- Enjoy a specialevening at the Fireside Grill in Shepherd for InternationalNight Dinner and taste something from around the world.
Oct. 24- Cheer on Central Michigan’s soccer team as they take on Ohioat 3 pm!
Oct. 25- Tonight enjoy another concert with Montgomery Gentry at Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort.
Oct. 26- Get in the Halloween spirit at The Chippewa River District Library as they play the film Frankenweenie.
Oct. 27- Take a Haunted Campus tour at Central Michigan Universityand hear about the stories that have haunted the campus for generations.
Oct 28Hear R.J. Mitte of Breaking Bad talk in Plachta Audirotium at CMU.
Oct. 29- Looking for a good scare? Visit the haunted yard located at 814 N. Lansing St.
Oct. 30- Robaire’s has lunch specials every Thursday, stop in and see what they have.
Oct. 31- Happy Halloween! Take the little ones Downtown from 4-6pmfor the Pumpkin Promanade!
Nov. 1- Join the Lion’s Club
for their annualChili Dinner at the Comfort Inn and Suites.
Nov. 2- Bring the kids to The Chippewa River District Library for a feature of Disney’s Bears.
Nov. 3- Go and dance the evening away with Zumba at the Off Broadway Dance Studio.
Nov. 4- Tonight is dollar skate night at Spinning Wheels!
Nov. 5- Get a group together to participate in United Way’s Adopt-A-Family this year and make some holiday wishes come true!
Nov. 6- Check out CMU’s Dance United at McGuirk Arena. 6:00 pm is VIPadmission and 7:00 pm is GeneralAdmission.
Nov. 7- CMU Women’s Volleyball plays against Ball State today.
Nov. 8- It’s “Shipshewana on the Road” at Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort! Also, see the documentary These Storied Streets on homelessness by Thomas Morgan at Plachta Auditorium on CMU’s campus.
Nov. 9- Did you know you can swim at the Baymont Inn & Suites pool? Take the kids and enjoy an indoor swim!
Nov. 10- Visit Hunter’s Ale House and try their new brew pub!
Nov. 11- It’s getting colder. Make sure you stop in Max and Emily’s Eatery for a hot chocolate.
Nov. 12- Head to the Comfort Inn and Suites for the Women’s Initiative “Look Who’s Talking” luncheon.
Nov. 13- CMU’s University Theater presents The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee Musical in Bush Theater.
Nov. 14- Grab the skates and go to ICE Arena for public skate at 6 pm.
Nov. 15- Head over to Kelly Shorts Stadium and cheer on CMU as they face Miami. After the game, Ladies Night Out will be in full swing! Check out the deals and specials Downtown has to offer.

Nov. 16- The Chippewa River District Library will be showing Pocahontas. While you’re there, check out a book!
Nov. 17- Head to the Student Activity Centerat CMU for a day of swimming, racquetball and more!
Nov. 18- Spend an afternoon getting crafty at The Painted Turtle.
Nov. 19- Get in shape for the holidays and take a class at Hot Yoga in Downtown Mt. Pleasant.
Nov. 20- Did you know Mt. Pleasant offers many art galleries? You can visit the Art Galleryon CMU’s campus as well as Art Reach of Mid Michigan to see one of a kind pieces.
Nov. 21- Today is the CMU Surplus Sale! Go on campus and see what great deals there are.
Nov. 22- It’s rival weekend at CMU! See the Chippewas take on the Western Broncos and find out who comes out on top this year!

Nov. 23- Buy a day pass for the Soaring Eagle Water Parkand enjoy the water even when the weather gets cold.
Nov. 24- Enjoy a night out at Mountain Town Station for a great craft beer!
Nov. 25- Feeling chilly? Market on Mainoffers delicious soups for lunch.
Nov. 26- With the holidays getting close, do something good for the community and volunteer at the localSoup Kitchen.
Nov. 27- Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy a buffet styled dinner at Riverwood Resort and catch the Lions game after.

Nov. 28- Get your shopping on, it’s Black Friday! Check out the local stores while you make your shopping rounds.

Nov. 29- Support your community and do your holiday shopping locally with Small Business Saturday in Downtown Mt. Pleasant.
Nov. 30- Head over to the Chippewa River District Library to watch the movie Arthur Christmaswhile decorating some scrumptious Christmas cookies!
Dec. 1- Today is day one of Festivalof Trees downtown. Browse the businesses of downtown and see the decorated Christmas trees. Make sure to vote for your favorite! Voting ends Dec. 12th.
Dec. 2- Burn off the Thanksgiving left-over’s at Morey Courts.
Dec. 3- Head to Leonard’s Hill and get your first sledding trip in!
Dec. 4- With Christmas fast approaching, give back by donating to Toy for Tots.
Dec. 5 & 6- Downtown rings in the holidays with the Mt. Pleasant Christmas Celebration! Enjoy carolers, a Christmas market, and a special parade ending with Santa!

Dec. 7- Visit Papa’s Pumpkin Patch for their Sheahan Christmas Display.
Dec. 8- Try out cross country skiing in our county parks!

Dec. 9- Don’t lose your perfect golf swing! You can play virtual golf all winter long at Bucks Run Virtual Golf located on Remus Rd.

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