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March 4

The Sound of Music.  Napoleon Community Schools present “The Sound of Music”.  Napoleon High School Cafetorium, 201 West Ave, Napoleon.  Admission $5.  Showtimes are 7 PM on Friday and Saturday, 1 PM and 6 PM on Sunday.

Jackson YMCA Birthday Party and Glow Party.  It’s time to Celebrate!  126 years being here for our members is worth shouting from the rooftops. Join us March 4 on our birthday for prize giveaways, treats, a Glow party and the grand opening celebration of our Summit branch 24/7 access.  Grand Opening at Summit Branch begins at 11:30 AM.  Zumba Glow Party event to benefit the annual campaign begins at 6 PM.  Membership special!  $0 join fees on all memberships, in person and online, March 4-7.  Save up to $100!  jacksonymca.org

Our Lady of Fatima Fish Fry.  4 PM to 7 PM.  $15 adults, $13 seniors age 65+, $8 children (ages 6-12), ages 5 & under, free.  911 Napoleon Road, Michigan Center.

Queen of the Miraculous Medal Fish Fry.  4:30 PM to 7 PM.  Eat in – $13 adults, $11 seniors & students, $45 family, $5 ages 6 and under.  Drive-thru available – $11.  Queens Social Center, 811 South Wisner Street, Jackson.

Polish Falcon Fish Fry.  4 PM to 7 PM.  $13 adults, $5 children (ages 6-10), kids 5 & under free.  1423 Joy Avenue, Jackson.

St. Mary Star of the Sea Fish Fry.  4 PM to 7 PM.  $14 for everyone; dine in and carry out;  drive-thru too!  Star Hall, corner of Mechanic Street and Wesley Street, Downtown Jackson.

Hidden History: Brought to Light Exhibit. FINAL DAY!  HIDDEN HISTORY:  BROUGHT TO LIGHT.  Now through March 4.  SAU Ganton Art Gallery.  Spring Arbor University’s Ganton Art Gallery is hosting a display that honors the lives of people who contributed to Jackson County in extraordinary ways; in particular our County’s connection to the Underground Railroad and abolitionist movements.  Local book author and historian, Linda Hass (HAHS) has researched and collaborated with the Jackson County MI Historical Society, Pieces and Patches Quilt Guild and others to bring new life to overlooked stories.  The exhibited art and illustrated scenes show escape routes for freedom seekers and success stories of how they established themselves in Jackson by becoming business owners.  Ganton Art Gallery, SAU campus, on M-60 in Spring Arbor.

Jackson Antique & Collectible Show.  10 AM to 5 PM.  Over 95 Booths Inside!  Admission $3.00 per person.  Kids under 12 FREE with Adult.  This show is a pickers dream with 1000’s of unique items! The Jackson Antique & Collectible Show has been running for over 23 years now and is a very unique show where you’ll find anything from Glassware, Cast Iron Cookware, Furniture, Bird Houses, Dolls, Toys, Beer Signs, Jewelry (Antique & New), Primitives, Socks, Walking Canes, Knifes, Books, Coins, Antiques, Hunting / Fishing, Candles, Bedding / Blankets, Tools, Breads, Pies, Wood Carvings, Sweat / T-shirts, Figurines, NASCAR, Flea Market Finds, Treasures and More!  American 1 Event Center, Keeley Park, Downtown Jackson.  For more information go to MidMichigansupershows.com

The Future of Comedy Show.  7 PM.  On this episode of The Future of Comedy Show at 308 Brass Rail, we have an all-star cast of comics including nationally touring headliner, Mike Ball. Along with Chris Young from Dry Bar Comedy, Jason Fylan, James Brown, and Jackson’s very own Emack.  Doors are at 7 pm and the show begins at 8 pm.   308 Brass Rail, 308 W. Prospect Street, Jackson.

SOLD OUT ALL WEEKEND PERFORMANCES Center Stage Jackson presents Murder Mystery at the Murder Mystery.  Dinner Theatre Event at Sandhill Crane Vineyards.   

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT Drew Lynch at the Michigan Theatre.  Drew Lynch captured the hearts of America with his Golden Buzzer performance on Season 10 of America’s Got Talent, where he finished in 2nd place.  

March 5

 Jackson Antique & Collectible Show.  10 AM to 5 PM.  Over 95 Booths Inside!  Admission $3.00 per person.  Kids under 12 FREE with Adult.  This show is a pickers dream with 1000’s of unique items! The Jackson Antique & Collectible Show has been running for over 23 years now and is a very unique show where you’ll find anything from Glassware, Cast Iron Cookware, Furniture, Bird Houses, Dolls, Toys, Beer Signs, Jewelry (Antique & New), Primitives, Socks, Walking Canes, Knifes, Books, Coins, Antiques, Hunting / Fishing, Candles, Bedding / Blankets, Tools, Breads, Pies, Wood Carvings, Sweat / T-shirts, Figurines, NASCAR, Flea Market Finds, Treasures and More!  American 1 Event Center, Keeley Park, Downtown Jackson.  For more information go to MidMichigansupershows.com

Try Hockey for Free.  1 PM to 2 PM.  All ages, no experience necessary.  All equipment provided.  Optimist Ice Arena, 1300 West North Street, Jackson.  Register here.

The Sound of Music.  Napoleon Community Schools present “The Sound of Music”.  Napoleon High School Cafetorium, 201 West Ave, Napoleon.  Admission $5.  Showtimes are 7 PM on Friday and Saturday, 1 PM and 6 PM on Sunday.

Free Tax Help.  Now through early April, you can stop by the Carnegie Library computer lab for free help preparing your 2021 tax returns on the following days and times:

Mondays: 4-7 PM

Tuesdays: 1-4 PM

Wednesdays: 1-7 PM

Saturdays: 10 AM – 1 PM

This services is provided by Community Action Agency Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) volunteers.  For questions or to learn more, contact the Adult Services Department at 517-905-1339 or AdultServices@myjdl.com.

March 6

The Sound of Music.  Napoleon Community Schools present “The Sound of Music”.  Napoleon High School Cafetorium, 201 West Ave, Napoleon.  Admission $5.  Final performances today at 1 PM and 6 PM!  

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