Gospel concert

Bill Gaither will perform in concert with the Gaither Vocal Band at Mt Zion Church at 7 p.m. on Thursday, June 14. The band will play gospel classics, as well as new songs from their new recording, We Have This Moment. The quintet features Gaither, Wes Hampton, Adam Crabb, Todd Suttles and Reggie Smith. Joining […]

Plant exchange

The Clarkston Farm and Garden Club’s Perennial Plant Exchange will be on Saturday, June 2, in the Washington and Main parking lot. Bring divided, potted and labeled perennials for exchange with other gardeners; clarkstongardenclub.org. Carefully dig, divide and thin the number of plants to trade. Pot plants individually with enough soil and moisture to bring […]

Memorial Day parade

Memorial Day parade

Campbell-Richmond American Legion Post 63 will lead Clarkston’s annual Memorial Day observance on Monday, May 28. The Clarkston High School Marching Band will join the Post 63 Color and Honor Guard, Squadron 63 Sons of the American Legion, and Unit 63 Auxiliary in the parade. The parade will form up in Depot Park at 9 […]

Clarkston’s Gotta Have Art!

BY BRENDA DOMINICK Clarkston News Staff Writer It was tough call at The 10th Annual Imagine That! Teen Art Show on Wednesday night, March 22, sponsored by the Friends of the Library. A variety of vibrant, dramatic, and elaborate artwork filled the hallway of the Clarkston Independence District Library, created by teens from across the district. […]

Help Therrien dance in California!

Help Therrien dance in California!

Therrien Keippala of Clarkston, 8, has the chance to represent Michigan in Dance Masters of America, a 10-day dance competition and convention in Anaheim, Calif., this June. But he needs help to get there. He will travel to Anaheim from June 28 through July 8 for the DMA (Dance Masters of America) convention and competition. […]

Uplifting music with choirs

This year’s Pops Concert by Clarkston High School choirs will feature uplifting songs to raise support and awareness of mental illness and suicide prevention. Solos, duets, and other groups have picked songs that are supportive and uplifting. In addition, the Concert Choir and The Madrigals will sing group numbers destigmatizing mental illness and raising support […]

Celebration for champs

Clarkston fans wearing blue and gold will fill Depot Park on Thursday, May 17, at 4:30 p.m. for a State and World Champs Community Celebration, honoring Clarkston High School’s 2018 State Champion Basketball team, 2018 State Champion Winter Guard team, and 2018 World Robotics Champion FIRST Team RUSH 27. All are invited.

Local food, fun take the stage at Clarkston Food Truck Rally

The Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professional Network hosts their third annual Food Truck Rally on Friday, May 18, from 4:30-9 p.m. in the Neiman’s Family Market parking lot, 7121 Dixie Highway. Admission is free. The event will have 16 food trucks, beer and wine tent, Kid Zone, and exhibitors. Returning food trucks include […]

Wine tasting

Clarkston Rotary Club welcomes the warm weather with its Spring Michigan Wine Tasting, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Thursday, May 10, at Fountains Golf & Banquet, 6060 Maybee Road. The event will feature Michigan wineries Blackstar Farms, Brys Estates, Forty-Five North, Hawthorne Vineyards, Laurentide, and Left Foot Charlie, along with appetizers and desserts provided by Fountains. Michigan wines […]

‘Ladies’ on stage at Depot

Clarkston Village Players’ “Leading Ladies” by Ken Ludwig opens this weekend, with shows on May 4-6, 11-13, and 17-19. In this hilarious farce, out-of-work British actors Jack and Leo, played by David Stokes and Cody Barger, pose as long-lost nieces of an elderly rich woman, played by Linda Mishler, in order to get her inheritance. […]

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