Coming up in April...
2nd Sunday is
Featured artist is
NEW STUDIO OPENING: Accalia Shroads Photography. Head upstairs
and welcome Accalia Shroads who is hosting a free craft creating thank
you cards to distribute at local departments during Police appreciation
week in May.
$3 Make-N-Take, hosted by Betty Kay Price. Take home a bouquet of
springy flowers made with cork stamps.
Sign up for spring classes at Essa Arts.
Magician Chris Clark will be performing in Jackson School of the Arts
Ensemble Theatre, April 13 at 2pm.
A comedy magic show with audience participation, juggling
and puppets too! After the show, children up to age 16 make a
"magical" art project. Magician Chris Clark has been
performing for 35 years including spots on the "Rachael Ray Show," the
"Late Show" with David Letterman, "Live with Regis and Kelly," and the
"Tonight Show" with Jay Leno.
Tickets are $10 in advance, $7.50 for current JSA students and $12 at the door. Purchase tickets online at jacksonarts.org, on-site at
Jackson School of the Arts during class times, or by phone 517-784-2389.
Hazelle M. Designs will be having a closing sale. Stop in to wish
Make an Easter basket or bag filled with colorful stones with Bridgid
Mote at Circle of Stones! Priced from $5-up. Colorful Spring
bracelets and earrings $5- up. Great little gifts and sugar free!
Twilight Fairy Gala
Friday, April 25th, 6-8:30 PM
An exclusive ticketed event and fundraiser for Jackson School of the
The gala is a magical evening with an amazing performance, a light
dinner and dancing in the Fairy Bistro, a craft activity, a gift bag and
T-shirt for children and a surprise guest. This event is an exclusive
private event the night before the Fairy Festival ahead of the weekend
crowds and is a fundraiser for Jackson School of the Arts. Tickets on
sale now. Make your reservations early. Seating/attendance is limited.
See www.jacksonarts.org or call 517-784-2389.
The 7th Annual Fairy Festival at ART 634 and Jackson School of the Arts,
a Free Community Event
Saturday, April 26th, 11–4pm
AND Sunday, April 27th, 12-3pm
Two days of imaginative fun with arts and crafts activities, face
painting, Tea with the Rose Queen, Strolling Musicians, Knights and
Dragons, performances by Jackson School of the Arts Fairy Festival
Players and ballet students as dancing fairies. Eat and shop with
vendors and in Ye Ole Fairy Shoppe. Walk through the Fairy Kingdom.
Don't forget to dress up! Some activities have a nominal fee ($1-5)
2014 Fairy Festival Sponsors:
Curtis & Curtis, P.C., Classic Turning, Inc. , Robbie Curtis Charitable
Foundation, The Craft Agency, Willis & Jurasek P.C. , Willis & Machnik
Financial Services, RW Mercer Co., Great Lakes Metal Finishing, Bond and
Company PLC, Heart & Hand Massage Therapy
The Jackson Historic
The 2014 season opens in April and runs through mid-November. Experience
an interactive history at The Michigan Theatre, followed by a delicious
lunch at Steve's Ranch. Then, tour Michigan's First State Prison, now
Armory Arts Village. See the dungeon-like old solitary area and more as
lively storytelling guides share tales of fascinating history about the
two largest walled prisons in the world! Visit the website:
www.historicprisontours.com or call 517.817.8960. Reservations Necessary.
Coming up in May...
The 634 Event: Make-Talk-Sing-Play,
24 hours of creation!
May 2nd and 3rd, from 6:34pm to 6:34pm.
Just put it on your calendar because you'll want to be there during some
of that 24 hour creative event!
2nd Sunday falls on Mother's Day, and we are happy that you will be
celebrating that day with your loved-ones. SO we are changing it up and
having our event the day before-calling it 2nd Saturday! AND itsa gonna
be a good one too!!!
Coming up in June...
2nd Sunday is June 8th
Featured artist is Lou
Coming up in July...
2nd Sunday is July 13th
The 3rd Annual Blues Event!