Music in the Park: Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival Love’s Labor’s Lost - August 1st, 2015


Saturday, August 1st, 2015 at 6:30 PM

This event draws a larger audience every year in the beautiful setting of Dewey Cannon Park. The Young Shakespeare Company of Notre Dame always delivers a vibrant performance which delights our audiences. This year the troupe will perform Love’s Labor’s Lost. The actors are drawn from the University of Notre Dame, Saint Mary’s College, and universities from across the nation. Their open-air performances make for a perfect family gathering on a warm Michiana night.




Ship and Shore Blues Festival


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Saturday, August 8th 11AM to 10 PM

Harbor Arts is proud to sponsor the Ship & Shore Blues Festival in New Buffalo. This Festival is going to be filled with lots of great music, great drinks, great food, and tons of fun for families and kids of all ages. The main stage event will be held at Lions Beachfront Park from 11 am to 10 pm. Tickets go on sale at 10 AM at Lions Park.

Admission to Park
21+ $10
14-20 yrs $5
Kids under 14 FREE
AND there will be many indoor venues offering free music!

Please visit the Ship & Shore Blues website for all of the details!

Authors at the Acorn: The Presidency and the National Agenda




Sunday August 16th 11AM to 10 PM

Authors at the Acorn, a Sunday afternoon salon series presented by Harbor Arts, featuring America’s finest writers and thinkers in conversation with topnotch journalists continues August 16 with a trio of New York Times best-selling authors, including two Oprah’s book club authors.

The inaugural summer author series will conclude at 3 p.m. on Sunday, August 16th with "What Did They Do To My Book?", a conversation featuring Oprah’s Book Club and New York Times bestselling authors Elizabeth Berg and Jane Hamilton and Chicago Tribune Content Agency President Joycelyn Winnecke. Both Berg and Hamilton have had their novels interpreted for the screen and television.

Tickets for Authors at the Acorn are $15 each and should be purchased in advance online at www.acorntheater.com. The intimate and comfortable Acorn Center for the Performing Arts is located on Generations Drive in the historic Featherbone Factory in Three Oaks, MI. Books by will be available for purchase and signing by the authors. Beverages and snacks will be sold.

Welcome to Harbor Arts

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.

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Music in the Park

Come listen to music in beautiful Dewey Cannon Park. Saturdays at 6:30P.M. from Flag Day through Labor Day.

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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.

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Upcoming Events

The next event in the Authors at the Acorn Sunday Salon series will be What Did They Do To My Book?, featuring authors whose books have been made in films or TV miniseries. Join us to meet two award-winning New York Times bestselling, Oprah's Book Club authors for our August 16th event.

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