Celebrating the Creative Spirit
Harbor Arts exists as a non-profit organization committed to organizing and disseminating information on social, cultural and political issues of interest to the community. Harbor Arts works in conjunction with performers, artists, writers and musicians sharing a vision of enriching lives through various media and expression. Located in Harbor Country, Michigan, the artis meet the quiet, beautiful lake and countryside. Check out the links below to find out about all of the exciting things to do.
Harbor Arts celebrates the creative spirit!
What to do when you visit:
Music and Theater at The Acorn
This 200 seat live theater hosts a 1925 Barton Theater pipe organ, bistro tables and an art gallery. Located behind the post office in Three Oaks Michigan.read more
Music in the Park
Come listen to music in beautiful Dewey Cannon Park. Saturdays at 6:30P.M. from Flag Day through Labor Day.read more
Cinema at the Vickers
Experience our intimate theatre and art gallery and enjoy a unique movie-going experience of independent, documentaries, foreign and foreign language films that we hope will open your minds, enrich your lives and entertain your spirit.read more
We are planning several new events over the fall and winter months including a Wild Animal Adventure and a staged reading of It's a Wonderful Life.read more
Art and Music of the Evening - August 27th, 5 pm
A special benefit for Harbor Arts featuring the amazing watercolors of Dave Knoebber and the international tenor voice of Maurice LoMonaco.
Begin the evening at the the home of Jon & Jennifer Vickers, adjacent to the Acorn Theater. Local artist Dave Knoebber, of the Art Loft Studio in New Buffalo, will present a special exhibit of watercolors in a new type of exhibit format. His artwork will be available for purchase or just to enjoy.....and the evening will feature an "Off the Easel" raffle with three lucky winners.
Following the watercolor exhibit, wander over to the New Leaf Lounge at the Acorn theater for a reception with a variety of complimentary hot and cold refreshments.
To top off the evening, experience the memories of your favorite Broadway musicals and international classics, presented live in the intimate concert setting of the Acorn Theater, starring the renowned tenor, Maurice LoMonaco, with a special appearance by local soprano, Martha Cares, who will join him for some selections. Mr. LoMonaco is a classically influenced singer/songwriter with an expansive repertoire of over a thousand songs in five languages. He will bring to the stage of the Acorn Theater music that will touch your heart and help you celebrate the Art and Music of the Evening!
Tickets at $40 per person include:
- - Art Exhibit from 5 to 7 pm
- - Reception from 7 to 8 pm
- - Concert at 8 pm
Tickets are available at the Acorn Theater's website.