Upcoming Events in the Greater Flint Area Fri. Feb. 21 – Sun. Feb. 23


Fri. Feb. 21

The Capitol Theatre: To Sir, With Love

Visit the Capitol Theatre for a screening of To Sir, With Love! Synopsis: A teacher invests himself in a group of problem kids at a high school in a slum of London’s East End. Run Time: 100 minutes. Ticket prices: Adult – $10, Children 12 and under – $3. Genesee County Resident – $5, Children 12 and under – $1.50. Doors open at 6pm. Movie begins at 7pm

The Capitol Theatre, 140 E. Second St., Flint



Bowling Fun-raiser

Have some fun and help raise some funds to support the programs at Whaley Children’s Center at B’s Bowling Center from 7-10pm. $20 per person Includes two games and shoes, one pizza, and one pitcher of pop per lane.

B’s Bowling Center, 750 S. Center Rd., Flint


FSPA presents: Faculty Concert Series

The FSPA Faculty Concert Series will feature David Lindsey, baritone, An Evening of Art Song. 7-8pm. Free admission

Flint Institute of Music, 1025 E. Kearsley St., Flint



Fri. Feb. 21 – Sat. Feb. 22

Holly Hotel Comedy Club Presents: John Proveromo & Joanne Filan

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. 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. February: The Corner Boys.

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






Fri. Feb. 21 – Sun. Feb. 23

Flint Repertory Theatre: “PACKRAT”

PACKRAT is an inventive new multi-media puppetry play. Set deep in the Sagebrush Desert, PACKRAT follows one peculiar little rodent, Bud, on his wild journey to discover the interconnectedness of us all. This is a co-production with Concrete Temple Theatre.  Recommended for ages 6 and up. Friday: 7-9pm, Saturday: 2-4pm and 7-9pm, Sunday: 2-4pm.

Flint Repertory Theatre, 1220 E. Kearsley St. Flint


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



Sat. Feb. 22

From Mexico to Michigan

Join the Genesee County Historical Society at the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan, as they celebrate Mexican culture with food, history, and storytelling. The event will include a cooking demonstration, where you can learn how to make authentic enchiladas! There will also be a short presentation about the immigration history to Michigan and stories from a local Flint-Mexican family. 10:30am-12:30pm. Admission is free.

Food Bank of Eastern Michigan, 2300 Lapeer Rd., Flint



For-Mar Nature Preserve: Making Maple Syrup

Making maple syrup is a For-Mar tradition that goes back farther than 50 years. From the Merkley Family to today’s Nature Educators let’s keep the tradition alive and learn how to make maple syrup in your own back yard! >From tree ID to tapping basics, you will learn how you can make the most of your maples this season in this hands-on how-to maple syrup program. For teens and adults of all abilities. Cost: $6 per person. Pre-registration required. Call 810.736.7100 ext. 6.
Dewaters Building, 5360 Potter Rd, Burton


Chili Cook Off

It’s time for Salvation Army’s Annual Chili Cook Off! The organization wants to raise money to put toward their World Services (missions) Goal, and they need your help! How can you help? Enter your favorite homemade chili recipe, and then vote for your favorite chili with $$$.

Salvation Army Flint Citadel Corps Community Center, 211 W. Kearsley St., Flint



Flint Scottish Pipe Band Ceilidh

Flint Scottish Pipe Band celebrates its 104th Anniversary Ceilidh! (Kay-lee) is Scottish Gaelic for Scottish or Irish gathering. It’s a party! Experience a true Ceilidh with audience participation, dancing and singing! Doors open at 6pm, music begins at 6:30pm-midnight. There will be non-stop entertainment: Bagpipe Bands, Irish Dancing, Highland dancing and more. Roane will also be back!! With an exciting acoustic sound and intricate harmonies, Roane specializes in Celtic, folk, and maritime music with their own personal twist. Roane’s original compositions embrace the spirit of the storyteller, pouring out heart-felt lyrics and melodies reflective of their Celtic ancestry. Traditional Scottish foods: Meat Pies, Bridies, Haggis, Scotch Eggs. Adult Cash Bar available on site. Celtic attire (Kilts, etc.) is encouraged. See the pipe band that has played with world-famous Andre’ Rieu and his Johann Strauss Orchestra at the Fox Theater in Detroit. Flint Scottish has also played with Paddy Moloney and the Chieftainsat the Whiting in Flint.

Knights of Columbus Hall, 8428 Davison Rd., Davison



Timothy’s Pub Presents Spiral Crush: The Welcome Home Show

Celebrating their triumphant return from the Smile Soul / Tantric 2020 Winter Tour! No Cover. Make your reservation early. 8pm-12am.

Timothy’s Pub, 2890 Robert T. Longway, Flint


Flint Firebirds vs. Kitchener Rangers

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

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



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