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ARS Gallery

ARS Gallery is an art center with gallery art classes including the Spanish and Italian languages.

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Box Factory for the Arts

A great place for the local community and visitors to celebrate the arts. Featuring three art galleries ,37 artist studios, cafe, gift shop and stage. Live music every Saturday night.

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Celebration Cinema

Celebration Cinema is the premier movie theater in the twin cities area. With 13 screens playing the newest films and an exceptional concession area and game room. Do not miss a great night of entertainment at Celebration Cinema.

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Citadel Dance & Music Center

Comprehensive music and dance instruction offered year round.

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Heritage Museum & Cultural Center

History Museum Exhibits for all ages, Events and Programs, Research Center and Museum Gift Store

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Howard Performing Arts Center

The Howard Performing Arts Center features classical artists, Christian artists & world music acts. The Department of Music's ensembles: Wind Symphony, Symphony Orchestra, & Choirs regularly have concerts as well.

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Krasl Art Center

The Krasl Art Center is a place where imagination & art fills your senses. Admission is free and we are open each day except major holidays. Our Gift Shop has jewelry, wall art, accessories, and greeting cards that are perfect for gift giving.

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Lake Bluff Concours d' Elegance of Southwest Michigan

The Lake Bluff Concours is a premier automobile show featuring vehicles from the Brass, Classic, Vintage, Special Interest and Muscle Car Eras. 75 spectacular vehicles from 7 decades to be on display at Lake Bluff Park, overlooking Lake Michigan.

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Lake Effect Jazz Big Band

The Lake Effect Jazz Big Band is dedicated to preserving the "artistic" big band ensemble, playing state-of-the-art arrangements in community concert settings throughout Southwestern Michigan.

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Lake Michigan College Mendel Center

Located on the campus of Lake Michigan College, the Mendel Center offers a rare combination of an ideal location, relaxed surroundings, and excellent accommodations.

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Morton House Museum

The mission of the Morton House Museum is to be “The Home of Benton Harbor History.” As part of the revitalization of Benton Harbor, we share the remarkable story of the city from its beginning until today. The Morton House Museum is a center of history for Benton Harbor residents, and also those outside the city who are interested and care about Benton Harbor.

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New Territory Arts Association

To promote the development of the Benton Harbor Arts District.

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Silver Beach Shadowland

This beautiful reception and meeting facility offers a seating capacity of 300+ and is just steps away from Silver Beach.

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Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra

Today under the direction of Music Director Robin Fountain, the SMSO has acquired a reputation in the tri-state area for featuring new, surprising, and challenging works in a non-traditional repertoire.

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Square Peg Events

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St. Joseph Library

Creatively serving the community with diverse resources and learning opportunities.

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The Livery

A great place offering 'Hand Forged Microbrews,' the Livery is the place to get together. Live entertainment all throughout the week is a big draw for the Livery.

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The Twin City Players

Formed in 1932, Twin City Players is one of the oldest, continuously operating community theaters in Michigan.

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The Veranda @ The Whitcomb

Southwest Michigan's premier lake-view event venue! Commanding a scenic panorama on the bluff in downtown St. Joseph, Michigan, The Veranda is the ideal location for weddings, corporate events, social parties, fundraisers and more.

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Water Street Glassworks

Our qualified instructors will guide you through the exciting learning process of working in the fire arts.

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Chalk The Block: 3-D Chalk by Nate Baranowski

Written by Tess Carragher on 08/15/2016

Not all chalk pieces are created to be seen from high above and remain untouched. For the 20th anniversary of Chalk the Block in downtown St. Joseph, Nate Baranowski created a piece to be viewed from a very particular angle, and he invited viewers to lie, sit, and interact with the piece. Sponsored by Southwestern Michigan College, Nate spent hours between Saturday, August 6th and Sunday, August 7th finning the corner of Broad Street with chalk. If you wanted to get an awesome picture of yourself at Chalk the Block, this was the place to be…

 

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Chalk The Block: Chalk In Progress

Written by Tess Carragher on 08/12/2016

Chalk festivals have a fleeting nature; the pieces are created, viewed and swept away in short window of time. The community comes together in that brief interlude, celebrating the art, the people, and the place. This past weekend was the 20th annual festival in downtown St. Joseph, and chalk enthusiasts flocked to a piece of road above the bluff to experience just that. 

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chalking in progress at the 20th Annual Chalk The Block
photo by Joshua Nowicki


 

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10 Things To Eat Before Summer Ends

Written by Tess Carragher on 08/03/2016

It’s August! The last month of summer needs to be celebrated…and we wanted to set some goals. Specifically, what to eat before summer ends! 

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Photo by Joshua Nowicki

The Bistro on the Boulevard offers macarons in a rainbow of colors. Pastry chef Mandy Krouse's packs of 6 are a must-try!

 

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Whitney Behnke

Executive Director
St. Joseph Today

 Tess Carragher

Tess Carragher

Membership Coordinator
St. Joseph Today

Jill Stone

Former Executive Director
St. Joseph Today

Lauren Kniebes

Co-Owner
Lazy Ballerina Winery