Upcoming Events in the Greater Flint Area Fri. Jan. 24– Sun. Jan. 26


Friday Jan. 24


The Machine Shop Presents Loxodon!

Loxodon, Big Donut and Hip, Tuck & Rumble, tickets $10 in advance.
The Machine Shop Concert Lounge, 3539 Dort Hwy., Flint


Fri. Jan 24 – Sat. Jan. 26


Grand Blanc Community Expo

The Grand Blanc Chamber of Commerce and Genesys Conference & Banquet Center present the Grand Blanc Community Expo!  Free event for the public, including giveaways, event scavenger hunt, photo booth, and entertainment.  Great opportunity to learn more about businesses in the Grand Blanc community and the products and services they provide. Friday: 12-7pm. Sat. 9am-1pm. Admission is free.

Genesys Conference & Banquet Center, 805 Health Park Blvd., Grand Blanc



Holly Hotel Comedy Club Presents: Jef Brannan & Chad Jagotka

Since 1983, the Holly Hotel Comedy Club has been one of the best venues for professional stand-up comedians from Los Angeles to New York. Jef Brannan and Chad Jagotka in the Club! Showtime 8:30pm and 10pm. $15 cover charge, $12 for dining guests. For reservations, call 248.634.5208.

Holly Hotel, 110 Battle Alley, Holly



Fenton Hotel Tavern & Grille: Live Entertainment

Join the Fenton Hotel Tavern & Grille for Live Entertainment at the Piano Bar. January entertainment provided by Sean Caldwell and Friends.

Fenton Hotel Tavern & Grille, 302 N. LeRoy St., Fenton



Fri. Jan 24 – Sun. Jan 26


University of Michigan-Flint Pavilion: Free Community Skating

Free community skating at UM-Flint Pavilion weather permitting Call (810) 762-3441 to confirm rink status and hours. Rink is cleared periodically for ice resurfacing. Skate rental available for $3 inside University Pavilion (limited sizes and quantities). Please bring your own skates, if you have a pair. Friday: 5-8pm. Saturday and Sunday: 12-4pm.

University of Michigan-Flint Pavilion Skating Rink, 303 Saginaw St., Flint (between University Pavilion and Flint River), Flint



UM-Flint Department of Theater & Dance presents: “Antigone”

King Creon of Thebes forbids anyone from burying The Traitor. When his niece Antigone, discontent to let her “traitor” brother go without proper funeral rites, takes matters into her own hands, sparking a family feud that pits father against son, sister against sister, and civil law against the gods. By Sophocles, directed by Janet Haley. 7:30-10pm.

University of Michigan-Flint Theater, 327 E. Kearsley St., Flint



Zehnder’s Snowfest

Visitors have enjoyed larger-than-life snow sculptures and beautifully detailed ice carvings each year at the Zehnder’s Snowfest. There will be entertainment for the entire family in the warming tent, a fireworks display, petting zoo and children’s activities. There will be competitions, including: World Class Double and Single Block Snow Sculpting Championships, State of Michigan Snow Sculpting Competition, High School Snow Sculpting Competition, 100-Block Ice Carving Exhibition, U.S. National Collegiate Ice Carving Competition and much more!

Zehnder’s of Frankenmuth, 730 S. Main St., Frankenmuth



Sat. Jan. 25


Great Lakes National Cemetery Wreath Cleanup

The wreath cleanup at Great Lakes National Cemetery is Sat. Jan 25 beginning at 10am. Volunteers are welcome!

Great Lakes National Cemetery, 4200 Belford Rd., Holly



Flint Farmers’ Market presents: Flint Fit Fest

Hosted by Harambee Wellness, LLC and Flint Farmers’ Market, the Flint Fit Fest is an interactive Fitness Experience like you’ve never seen before. Whether you are new to fitness or a fitness fanatic this festival is for you! Head on over to the Flint Farmers’ Market to enjoy a variety of fitness formats throughout the day. Find your perfect FIT and conquer your healthy new year resolutions! Come dressed to move and experience: interactive fitness demonstrations, live cooking presentation, health screening and free goodies. This event is free and everyone is welcome to attend.

Flint Farmers Market, 300 E. First St., Flint



Wine, Women & Chocolate

Walk or snow shoe the 5K track set up on IMA Brookwood Golf Course. There will be a limited supply of snow shoes to use at the event. Women are welcome to bring their own cross-country skis. If there is enough snow. Visit the Outdoor Hospitality Tents set up on the Golf Course. End up at the final tent hosted by IMA Brookwood serving a selection of Soup & Bread! Indoor Pampering Events Open 2-5pm. Enjoy Salon Services & Chair Massages and Laser Therapy. Indoor Wine Tasting, Food, Raffle & Games from 3-6pm. Enjoy a delicious pasta dinner and more chocolate compliments of IMA Brookwood. Raffle, Wine Raffle, 50/50 & Music. Cost is $50 per person if purchased in advance.  Includes snow shoe rental while they last, hospitality tents, salon services, food, chocolate & wine tasting. Raffle, Silent Auction & 50/50 optional & tickets will be sold separately. A limited number of tickets may be purchased at the door for $60 per person. All proceeds benefit the IMA Recreation Association & The First Tee of Eastern Michigan.

IMA Brookwood Golf Course, 6045 Davison Rd., Burton
http://www.mifun4u.com/events/wine-women-chocolate/ Sat. Jan. 25 Flint


Flint Firebirds vs. Guelph Storm

Come cheer on your favorite Ontario Hockey League team when the Flint Firebirds play against the Guelph Storm.  7-10pm.

Dort Financial Credit Union Event Center, 3501 Lapeer Rd., Flint

https://flintfirebirds.com › tickets


Flint Institute of Music presents: Concert for Lost Voices

This is an evening of outstanding music to raise the funds needed to bring the life-changing Lost Voices program to the kids at Whaley Children’s Center during 2020. You’ll enjoy a two-hour, round-robin-style concert featuring Detroit Music Award-winning singer-songwriter Jill Jack, folk music legend Josh White, Jr., award-winning Celtic-inspired singer-songwriter Kitty Donohoe, virtuoso neo-folk duo Jen Cass & Eric Janetsky, outstanding singer-songwriter and fiddle player Sam Cooper, and award-winning humorist, singer-songwriter, and Lost Voices founder Mike Ball. 7-9pm. Tickets: $25

Flint Institute of Music, 1120 East Kearsley St., Flint


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