TRAVERSE CITY — WW, beforehand Weight Watchers, resumes in-person workshops starting July 6 at its studio, 2572 Crossing Circle. Get a personalised weigh in, be taught in regards to the WW program and buy merchandise. Drop-in from midday to five p.m. Monday and 10 a.m. to three p.m. Friday. Workshops begin at midday Wednesdays and 10 a.m. Thursdays. Contact: 888-335-6746.
Weight loss seminar
TRAVERSE CITY — Dr. Ann Kuenker presents the Protein Weight Loss Program at 5:30 p.m. July 6 on the Vein Center. Learn about fats loss, naturally suppressing urge for food and vitamin training. Samples accessible. The seminar is obtainable July 7 at Elk Rapids Skin & Laser Clinic and July 9 at Petoskey Weight Loss Clinic. Admission is free, however name 231-264-0700 to register.
ELK RAPIDS — The Anchor Station is open for carryout from 11:30 a.m. to eight p.m. Tuesday by way of Saturday at 151 River St. Menu gadgets embody scorching canine, Coney canine, Frito canine, nachos, barbecue pork sandwiches, salad, ice cream and donuts. Blackened whitefish or shrimp and jerk rooster can be found to go from Four-7:30 p.m. Tuesday by way of Thursday.
Cafe hours restricted
KEWADIN — The Garden Cafe at Pine Hill close to Torch Lake is open from midday to eight p.m. Wednesday by way of Sunday. The menu options backyard contemporary lunch, dinner and snack gadgets, together with pizzas and salads. Takeout and outside patio seats can be found. Call 231-599-1131 to order or make a dine-in reservation.
Thursday night time dinner
ELLSWORTH — A Thursday night time dinner is served at 6:30 p.m. July 9 at Tapawingo. Enjoy salad, pasta with prosciutto and ricotta donuts. Tickets are $35. Reservations: 231-588-1000.
Music and morsels
ELK RAPIDS — Live music is scheduled from 5-Eight p.m. each Saturday this summer season on the Short’s Brewing Company pull barn, 211 Industrial Park Drive. Old Mission Eats Food Truck presents burgers every day from midday to eight p.m.
ELK RAPIDS — Elk Rapids Yacht Club sponsors a pancake breakfast from 9-11:30 a.m. July 11 at Harbor Pavilion. Donations help Elk Rapids Fireman’s Association. Food is offered by the Village Market.
Print contest outcomes
TRAVERSE CITY — The National Cherry Festival not too long ago introduced the 2020 National Cherry Festival Commemorative Print Competition outcomes.
The winner is “Pop of Water Color” by Tristyn Klockziem, a highschool pupil from Traverse Bay Area Intermediate School District. Micheal Giovannangeli got here in second with “Festival Beach.” Kaitlyn Zinn (“Retro Geometric Cherry”) and Dezerahe Tubbs (“Festival Fun”) tied for third place.
The print competitors is open to college students (fourth grade by way of faculty) in the five-county area. This contest awards greater than $2,000 in scholarships yearly. Pre-order 2020 National Cherry Festival prints at cherryfestival.org
TRAVERSE CITY — Higher Grounds Trading Co. presents the Coast selection, a espresso made with milk chocolate, brown sugar and white peach. Purchase a bag and $5 goes towards Norte, an area nonprofit devoted to youth biking, secure using and lively life. highergroundstrading.com.
SUTTONS BAY — The Inn at Black Star Farms presents personal dinners for small teams at its vineyard on the Leelanau Peninsula. The meal is domestically impressed and might embody three to 5 programs paired with wines. Reservations: 231-944-1251.
New wines launched
TRAVERSE CITY — Several Old Mission Peninsula wineries not too long ago launched new drinks: Black Star Farms presents the 2017 Arcturos Gruner, Bonobo Winery presents the 2019 Rose, Bowers Harbor releases the 2018 Riesling Block II, Brys Estate supplies the 2018 Pinot Blanc Reserve, Chateau Grand Traverse provides the 2017 Gamay Noir and Mari Vineyards presents the 2016 Prosperpina.
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