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January 26

Yoga at Meijer Branch, Jackson District Library.  Stop by the Meijer Branch every Friday at 8:30 a.m. and let Jeanette Lamphere teach you yoga. Suggested donation of $3. Intended for adults.

Live Music at The Jackson Coffee Company.  Tonight, Steve Berkemeier.  For more than 20 years now, Berkemeier has combined the strength of his original songs with popular, classic and contemporary songs by other artists, to entertain audiences all over the State of Michigan and Ohio. His frequent appearances at area festivals and venues have made him one of the region’s most popular entertainers.  7 PM to 10 PM, Jackson Coffee Company, corner of Mechanic and Cortland Streets, Downtown Jackson.  No Admission Charge.

“Star Wars The Last Jedi” will have its final showing tonight at the Michigan Theatre.  Doors open at 6:30 PM, film begins at 7 PM.  Admission is $5.

January 27

Winter Wine and Wool Festival, Sandhill Crane Vineyards.  10 AM to 5 PM.  Just when the world looks completely bleak outdoors and everyone has a little cabin fever, the winery will be filled with colorful yarn fiber, knitted items and knitting supplies.  The cafe will be open all day for appetizers, lunch, dessert, and espresso drinks.  Feel free to bring your knitting, crochet, or spindle and relax with Sandhill wine.  Free admission.  Wine tasting by the glass or bottle are available all day for purchase.  Sandhill Crane Vineyards, 4724 Walz Road, Jackson.

The 32nd Annual Kiwanis Chili Golf Classic.  Golf, Food, Drinks, Fun.  9 AM to 3 PM.  Hankard Hills Golf Course Pleasant Lake.  Hosted by the Kiwanis Club of Jackson.

Ella Sharp Museum Winter Festival.  Join us from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. for the first annual Winter Festival at Ella Sharp Museum. We will be bringing together a host of seasonal activities such as ice sculpting, bonfires, live music, dry-ice demos, festive lights on Farm Lane, and Northern Lights Planetarium shows. The Winter Festival kicks off a new tradition for the Jackson community. The new event will please young families and adults alike, with plenty to do for all ages.  The museum is also delighted to be joined by Jackson Symphony Orchestra and Dahlem Center for Environmental Education.   Jackson Symphony Orchestra will be on site preforming live music for festival-goers, and Dahlem Center will be in the Andrews Gallery of Wildlife Art hosting education demonstrations.  Michigan Ice Sculpting Team will also be in attendance, making carvings during the festival for the entertainment of attendees.

Old Time Radio Drama.  FREE live readings of “The Shadow: The Final Hour” & “Sherlock Holmes: The Speckled Band” brought to you by Center Stage Jackson’s Reader’s Theatre Series.  Experience these popular old-time radio shows from 1930s and 40s brought to you live, without commercial interruption! Match wits with the dramatic detective work of experts on the trail of heinous murderers who try to baffle and bewilder them!  Directed by Ann Green  Jackson District Library’s Carnegie Branch Reading Room, 2 PM to 3:30 PM.  244 W. Michigan Ave. Jackson.

The Croswell Opera House presents “Godspell”, Jan. 27 to Feb. 3.   This Tony-nominated musical by Stephen Schwartz will be the Croswell’s annual all-area high school production. It will be directed by Michael Yuen, who played John the Baptist and Judas in the 2000-01 national tour of the show.  Croswell Opera House,  129 E. Maumee St.  Adrian.  Showtime:  7:30 PM.  For more information, go to croswell.org.

January 28

The Croswell Opera House presents “Godspell”, Jan. 27 to Feb. 3.   This Tony-nominated musical by Stephen Schwartz will be the Croswell’s annual all-area high school production. It will be directed by Michael Yuen, who played John the Baptist and Judas in the 2000-01 national tour of the show.  Croswell Opera House,  129 E. Maumee St.  Adrian.  Showtime:  2:30 PM.  For more information, go to croswell.org.

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