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OWOSSO — The Owosso branch of the Shiawassee Council on Aging is offering bundles of art activities to area seniors, age 60 and older, throughout the month of August.

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OWOSSO — The Shiawassee District Library will broadcast Mad Hatter Joel Tacey’s Wonder Reader Magic Show live on Facebook at 6 p.m. Thursday.

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DURAND — The city and Durand Area Chamber of Commerce invite the public to Cameron Zvara’s live online comedy magic show at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 1.

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BIRMINGHAM– The Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center (BBAC), a regional nonprofit art center committed to promoting visual arts experiences for all, has announced the winners of its 2020 Michigan Fine Arts Competition (MFAC), including an Owosso man.

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LAINGSBURG — While many live music events have been canceled amid the coronavirus pandemic, a community partnership in Laingsburg is making sure the beat goes on.

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CORUNNA — The cancellation of this year’s Shiawassee County Fair won’t prevent dozens of semitrucks from illuminating the streets of Owosso and Corunna during the fair’s annual light parade, organizers said Sunday.

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OWOSSO — After a three-month closure amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Shiawassee Arts Center is welcoming visitors once again with a new exhibit — the 23rd annual Member Artists Show.

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OWOSSO — The Shiawassee Arts Center is offering a beaded jewelry class with Sheryl Stephens, of Lansing, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. July 20 at Center, outdoors under the porte cochere.

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ELSIE — Though the Elsie Dairy Festival has been canceled this year amid the coronavirus pandemic, one local arts student is doing her best to keep the spirit of the annual celebration alive.

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OWOSSO — Christian musicians Mike Reath and Lynn Webster will share a potpourri of gospel songs at 10:30 a.m. Sunday at the Oakley Community Church, 327 S. Main St.

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OWOSSO — After months of uncertainty amid the coronavirus, the stage is finally set: Live music will make its return to the Don and Metta Mitchell Amphitheater on Thursday nights beginning July 16.