What to do in Flint this weekend: Sept. 8-10

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IMG_3386Fri. Sept. 8: 2nd Friday ArtWalk

Join in the fun at the 2nd Friday ArtWalk from 6pm to 9pm and enjoy the work of local artists.
Flint Arts Council 816 S. Saginaw Street.

 

Sept 8 & 9: Music at the Fenton Hotel

For a little bit of music, head out to the Fenton Hotel Tavern & Grill, which recently re-opened after a fire. Eric Bontekoe and Shannon Dion will be performing on Friday and Saturday evenings from 8pm to midnight.

Sept 8-10: Bikes on the Bricks

Flint motorcyclists will be revving up their engines at the 11th annual Bikes on the Bricks, one of Genesee County’s largest motorcycle events.
Saginaw Street, Downtown Flint

Sept. 8- 10: World Class BBQ Gives Back

Dave Burton is firing up the grill again and offering up some amazing barbecue at the World Class BBQ from 11 am to 11pm. Proceeds of the event go to Catholic Charities North End Soup Kitchen! You get to eat the best BBQ in town while knowing that your purchase has helped feed someone in need! Help them reach their goal of having donated $100,000 over the last 6 years!
The corner of North Saginaw Street at Pierson Road.

 

Sat. Sept. 9: MSUE Master Gardeners at the Market

Stop by the Flint Farmers’ Market on Saturday at 2pm and visit with MSUE Master Gardeners at the Market and get some advice and tips on how to make your garden beautiful.
Flint Farmers’ Market

 

Sept. 9-10: Catch a Film at the FIA

The Lovers is playing Saturday at 7:30pm and on Sunday at 6pm at the Flint Institute of Arts. The storyline is about when a man and his wife, each embroiled in an extramarital affair, are sent reeling when they suddenly fall for the least likely person imaginable — each other!
FIA, 1120 East Kearsley Street, Flint Cultural Center

 

Sun. Sept. 10: Native American Art Show

The Native American Art Show at the Swartz Creek Art Gallery features the artwork of Darryl Brown, a member of Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa and Ottawa Indians. A self-taught artist, Darryl’s artwork can best be described as American Indian Pointillism, bringing forth a kaleidoscope of color amidst a juxtaposition of dots and themes. Meet the artist at the Opening Reception from 1 to 4pm.
Swartz Creek Art Gallery, 8048 Miller Road

 

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