Northport Omena Calendar

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The event calendar is a one-stop place to connect you -- our community of longtime residents, newcomers and visitors -- with all our local events. Find meeting times for Leelanau Township and Northport Village. Get connected with local civic organization and volunteer opportunities in Northport and Omena. It's an all-in-one guide to fun and community connections in these two historic Lake Michigan towns at the north end of Leelanau Peninsula.

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Plein Air: Call to Artists
January 10 - June 1, 2020
3:00 pm - 2:30 pm

$30/member & $40/non-member, dark skies event: $15/member & $20 non-member. 50 artist limit, first come basis.

Northport Photo Exhibition: Call to Artists
January 12 - February 29, 2020
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Submit your photography for the opportunity to be involved in the Northport Arts Association's Northport Photo Exhibition

Arts for Kids! Winter Saturdays
February 1 - March 21, 2020
6:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Kid's art program every Saturday between February 1 and March 21

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact volunteersignup.org/TFYT4.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, February 24
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, February 24
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
February 24 - February 25, 2020
11:30 pm - 1:30 am

Where artists gather to draw or paint the full figure (or portrait only) in an unstructured casual environment. Artists are invited to attend as often as they like. There will be no formal instructor or instruction. The STUDIO will provide the space and opportunity to learn and hone skills by practicing and observing others as they work. This is a great chance to get to know other area artists and begin your creative journey into figure drawing!

We will rely on clothed volunteers to come sit for us. Talk to your friends and family! Their reward is being a part of a creative ‘happening’ as well as seeing their likeness many times over that night!

The cost is free with any donations going directly toward helping the NAA retain our Arts Administrative Staff.

On occasion, the FIGURE DRAWING STUDIO will be cancelled due to other events previously scheduled for the space.

Team Trivia
February 24 - February 25, 2020
11:30 pm - 1:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, February 25
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, February 25
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, February 25
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, February 25
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
February 25 - February 26, 2020
11:00 pm - 2:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, February 26
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, February 26
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, February 26
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Book Discussion Group: Educated
Wednesday, February 26
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

The Book Discussion Group meets at the Leelanau Township Library monthly (September through May) to discuss selected titles. The group is open to the public; it is requested that all members read the selected book before the meeting.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, February 27
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, February 27
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Wigglers! Preschool Storytime
Thursday, February 27
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Wigglers! Preschool storytime with Ms. Mary

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, February 27
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, February 27
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, February 28
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, March 2
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Dark Sky Committee of Leelanau Energy
Monday, March 2
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Committed to learning about & preserving the dark sky. Planning events & activities to communicate about how safe, shielded outdoor lighting promotes public health & night "sea" of stars. All volunteers welcome.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Kathy Garthe, 231-386-7905, garthekg@sbcglobal.net.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, March 2
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
March 2 - March 3, 2020
11:30 pm - 1:30 am

Where artists gather to draw or paint the full figure (or portrait only) in an unstructured casual environment. Artists are invited to attend as often as they like. There will be no formal instructor or instruction. The STUDIO will provide the space and opportunity to learn and hone skills by practicing and observing others as they work. This is a great chance to get to know other area artists and begin your creative journey into figure drawing!

We will rely on clothed volunteers to come sit for us. Talk to your friends and family! Their reward is being a part of a creative ‘happening’ as well as seeing their likeness many times over that night!

The cost is free with any donations going directly toward helping the NAA retain our Arts Administrative Staff.

On occasion, the FIGURE DRAWING STUDIO will be cancelled due to other events previously scheduled for the space.

Team Trivia
March 2 - March 3, 2020
11:30 pm - 1:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, March 3
3:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, March 3
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, March 3
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, March 3
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
March 3 - March 4, 2020
11:00 pm - 2:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, March 4
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Leadership Team Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, March 4
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

The Leadership Team (LT) is a diverse, community-based group of citizens that was established in 2011 as part of Phase I of Designing and Achieving Our Potential, a project plan of action that supported the quality of life and economic well-being of the community. The primary role of the LT was and is today, to guide the scope of work outlined in the project and subsequent projects including the Community Conversation: The Importance of Events; to recruit participation, and to be a conduit for implementation, but not decision makers. The LT meets the first Wednesday of each month. The meetings are open to all community members with an interest in these projects.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, March 4
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, March 4
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Cracker Barrel: Status of Renewable Energy
Thursday, March 5
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Joe DeFors of Leelanau Energy will be presenting an overview of the Status of Renewable Energy 2020.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, March 5
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, March 5
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, March 5
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, March 5
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Village Council Meeting
Friday, March 6
12:00 am - 2:00 am

Monthly meeting of Village Council to conduct Village business.

Village Council Meeting
Friday, March 6
12:00 am - 12:30 am

Monthly meeting of council to address Village business.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, March 6
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Leelanau State Park Snowshoe Hike
Saturday, March 7
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Leelanau State Park, Grand Traverse Lighthouse Museum and Friends of Leelanau State Park are hosting snowshoe event on Saturday, January 4, 2020 . Enjoy a snowshoe hike around Leelanau State Park and the Grand Traverse Lighthouse. Participants should meet at the Lighthouse gift shop. Participants should dress in layers and be prepared for the weather. If there is not enough snow, we will still hike around the park. There will be 18 pairs of snowshoes available via reservation (sizes vary). For more information or to reserve snowshoes, please call the park at 231-386-5422.

The Grand Traverse Lighthouse Gift Shop will also be open. Enjoy hot cocoa and a snack afterwards.

A Recreation Passport is required for vehicle entry into Michigan state parks.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, March 9
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, March 9
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
March 9 - March 10, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Where artists gather to draw or paint the full figure (or portrait only) in an unstructured casual environment. Artists are invited to attend as often as they like. There will be no formal instructor or instruction. The STUDIO will provide the space and opportunity to learn and hone skills by practicing and observing others as they work. This is a great chance to get to know other area artists and begin your creative journey into figure drawing!

We will rely on clothed volunteers to come sit for us. Talk to your friends and family! Their reward is being a part of a creative ‘happening’ as well as seeing their likeness many times over that night!

The cost is free with any donations going directly toward helping the NAA retain our Arts Administrative Staff.

On occasion, the FIGURE DRAWING STUDIO will be cancelled due to other events previously scheduled for the space.

Team Trivia
March 9 - March 10, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Michigan Primary Election
March 10 - March 11, 2020
11:00 am - 12:00 am

Primary election for selection of convention delegates for the Republican and Democratic party conventions,

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, March 10
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, March 10
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, March 10
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, March 10
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
March 10 - March 11, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, March 11
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Finance Committee Meeting
Wednesday, March 11
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Monthly meeting of Trustees to discuss Village finances.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, March 11
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, March 11
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Leelanau Energy - General Meeting
Thursday, March 12
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Leelanau Energy (previously Northport Energy) holds a general membership meeting on the second Thursday of each month. We are the premier advocates for energy efficiency and renewable energy on the Leelanau Peninsula. Most meetings are followed by an educational program (see separate calendar listing for program information).

Everyone is welcome, please join us!

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, March 12
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, March 12
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, March 12
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, March 12
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, March 13
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, March 16
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, March 16
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
March 16 - March 17, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Where artists gather to draw or paint the full figure (or portrait only) in an unstructured casual environment. Artists are invited to attend as often as they like. There will be no formal instructor or instruction. The STUDIO will provide the space and opportunity to learn and hone skills by practicing and observing others as they work. This is a great chance to get to know other area artists and begin your creative journey into figure drawing!

We will rely on clothed volunteers to come sit for us. Talk to your friends and family! Their reward is being a part of a creative ‘happening’ as well as seeing their likeness many times over that night!

The cost is free with any donations going directly toward helping the NAA retain our Arts Administrative Staff.

On occasion, the FIGURE DRAWING STUDIO will be cancelled due to other events previously scheduled for the space.

Team Trivia
March 16 - March 17, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

NLTUA Committee Meeting
Tuesday, March 17
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Meeting of NLTUA committee members to discuss relevant issues concerning the sewer authority.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, March 17
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, March 17
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, March 17
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Waterfront committee meeting
Tuesday, March 17
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Monthly meeting of the Waterfront committee to discuss current concerns or issues.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, March 17
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
March 17 - March 18, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Leelanau Township Board of Commissioners Meeting
March 17 - March 18, 2020
11:00 pm - 1:00 am

Meeting of elected Township officials to conduct the official business of Leelanau Township. Meeting may include reports from Fire & Emergency Service, Sheriff's Deputy, Township Librarian, Planning & Zoning, Parks & Recreation, elected Township Officers and the County Commissioner. Time is allowed at the beginning and conclusion of the meeting for public comments.

Northport Village Planning Commission Meeting
March 17 - March 18, 2020
11:00 pm - 12:30 am

Meeting of Commission to address zoning and planning matters for the Village of Northport.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, March 18
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, March 18
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, March 18
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Infrastructure Committee Meeting
Wednesday, March 18
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Monthly meeting of Trustees to discuss Village infrastructure concerns.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, March 19
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, March 19
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, March 19
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, March 19
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, March 20
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, March 23
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, March 23
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Arts! For Kids Spring Break
March 23 - March 27, 2020
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Five days of fun experiencing different art media. Kids make creative choices, interspersed with teacher directed lessons.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact volunteersignup.org/JDYFF.

Team Trivia
March 23 - March 24, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
March 23 - March 24, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Where artists gather to draw or paint the full figure (or portrait only) in an unstructured casual environment. Artists are invited to attend as often as they like. There will be no formal instructor or instruction. The STUDIO will provide the space and opportunity to learn and hone skills by practicing and observing others as they work. This is a great chance to get to know other area artists and begin your creative journey into figure drawing!

We will rely on clothed volunteers to come sit for us. Talk to your friends and family! Their reward is being a part of a creative ‘happening’ as well as seeing their likeness many times over that night!

The cost is free with any donations going directly toward helping the NAA retain our Arts Administrative Staff.

On occasion, the FIGURE DRAWING STUDIO will be cancelled due to other events previously scheduled for the space.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, March 24
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, March 24
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, March 24
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, March 24
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
March 24 - March 25, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, March 25
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, March 25
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, March 25
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Book Discussion Group: Where the Crawdads Sing
Wednesday, March 25
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

The Book Discussion Group meets at the Leelanau Township Library monthly (September through May) to discuss selected titles. The group is open to the public; it is requested that all members read the selected book before the meeting.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, March 26
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, March 26
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, March 26
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, March 26
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, March 27
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Annual Meeting of the Citizens of Leelanau Township
Saturday, March 28
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

All citizens of the township are invited to attend and participate in the Annual Meeting of the Township as required by Michigan Statutes. Agenda includes: presentation of FY 2020-21 budget, minutes of prior year's annual meeting, reports from zoning/plannning commission, library, fire & EMS, road commission, etc. Action item will establish township officials salaries.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, March 30
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, March 30
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Arts! For Kids Spring Break
March 30 - April 3, 2020
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Spring Break at the Village Arts Building has moved from 3/23-3/27 to 3/30-4/3 to accomodate more local students

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Tara or Linda: (231) 386-1113.

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
March 30 - March 31, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Where artists gather to draw or paint the full figure (or portrait only) in an unstructured casual environment. Artists are invited to attend as often as they like. There will be no formal instructor or instruction. The STUDIO will provide the space and opportunity to learn and hone skills by practicing and observing others as they work. This is a great chance to get to know other area artists and begin your creative journey into figure drawing!

We will rely on clothed volunteers to come sit for us. Talk to your friends and family! Their reward is being a part of a creative ‘happening’ as well as seeing their likeness many times over that night!

The cost is free with any donations going directly toward helping the NAA retain our Arts Administrative Staff.

On occasion, the FIGURE DRAWING STUDIO will be cancelled due to other events previously scheduled for the space.

Team Trivia
March 30 - March 31, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, March 31
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, March 31
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, March 31
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, March 31
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
March 31 - April 1, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, April 1
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Leadership Team Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, April 1
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

The Leadership Team (LT) is a diverse, community-based group of citizens that was established in 2011 as part of Phase I of Designing and Achieving Our Potential, a project plan of action that supported the quality of life and economic well-being of the community. The primary role of the LT was and is today, to guide the scope of work outlined in the project and subsequent projects including the Community Conversation: The Importance of Events; to recruit participation, and to be a conduit for implementation, but not decision makers. The LT meets the first Wednesday of each month. The meetings are open to all community members with an interest in these projects.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, April 1
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, April 1
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, April 2
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, April 2
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, April 2
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, April 2
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Village Council Meeting
Thursday, April 2
11:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Monthly meeting of council to address Village business.

Village Council Meeting
April 2 - April 3, 2020
11:00 pm - 1:00 am

Monthly meeting of Village Council to conduct Village business.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, April 3
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, April 6
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Dark Sky Committee of Leelanau Energy
Monday, April 6
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Committed to learning about & preserving the dark sky. Planning events & activities to communicate about how safe, shielded outdoor lighting promotes public health & night "sea" of stars. All volunteers welcome.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Kathy Garthe, 231-386-7905, garthekg@sbcglobal.net.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, April 6
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
April 6 - April 7, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Where artists gather to draw or paint the full figure (or portrait only) in an unstructured casual environment. Artists are invited to attend as often as they like. There will be no formal instructor or instruction. The STUDIO will provide the space and opportunity to learn and hone skills by practicing and observing others as they work. This is a great chance to get to know other area artists and begin your creative journey into figure drawing!

We will rely on clothed volunteers to come sit for us. Talk to your friends and family! Their reward is being a part of a creative ‘happening’ as well as seeing their likeness many times over that night!

The cost is free with any donations going directly toward helping the NAA retain our Arts Administrative Staff.

On occasion, the FIGURE DRAWING STUDIO will be cancelled due to other events previously scheduled for the space.

Team Trivia
April 6 - April 7, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, April 7
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, April 7
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, April 7
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, April 7
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
April 7 - April 8, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee to the Leelanau Township Board of Commissioners
April 7 - April 8, 2020
11:00 pm - 1:00 am

Meeting of the township parks & recreation committee to hear reports related to township facilities & to make recommendations to the Township Board regarding township's facilities.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, April 8
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Finance Committee Meeting
Wednesday, April 8
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Monthly meeting of Trustees to discuss Village finances.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, April 8
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, April 8
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Leelanau Energy - General Meeting
Thursday, April 9
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Leelanau Energy (previously Northport Energy) holds a general membership meeting on the second Thursday of each month. We are the premier advocates for energy efficiency and renewable energy on the Leelanau Peninsula. Most meetings are followed by an educational program (see separate calendar listing for program information).

Everyone is welcome, please join us!

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, April 9
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, April 9
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, April 9
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, April 9
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, April 10
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, April 13
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, April 13
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
April 13 - April 14, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
April 13 - April 14, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Where artists gather to draw or paint the full figure (or portrait only) in an unstructured casual environment. Artists are invited to attend as often as they like. There will be no formal instructor or instruction. The STUDIO will provide the space and opportunity to learn and hone skills by practicing and observing others as they work. This is a great chance to get to know other area artists and begin your creative journey into figure drawing!

We will rely on clothed volunteers to come sit for us. Talk to your friends and family! Their reward is being a part of a creative ‘happening’ as well as seeing their likeness many times over that night!

The cost is free with any donations going directly toward helping the NAA retain our Arts Administrative Staff.

On occasion, the FIGURE DRAWING STUDIO will be cancelled due to other events previously scheduled for the space.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, April 14
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, April 14
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, April 14
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, April 14
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
April 14 - April 15, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Meeting of the Leelanau Township Board of Commissioners
April 14 - April 15, 2020
11:00 pm - 1:00 am

Meeting of elected Township officials to conduct the official business of Leelanau Township. Meeting may include reports from Fire & Emergency Service, Sheriff's Deputy, Township Librarian, Planning & Zoning, Parks & Recreation, elected Township Officers and the County Commissioner. Time is allowed at the beginning and conclusion of the meeting for public comments.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, April 15
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, April 15
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, April 15
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Infrastructure Committee Meeting
Wednesday, April 15
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Monthly meeting of Trustees to discuss Village infrastructure concerns.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, April 16
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, April 16
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, April 16
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, April 16
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Dark Skies Reception
Thursday, April 16
9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

A creative celebration of the night sky, to kick off a week-long event

The Arts Inspired by the Cosmos. Lecture by Mary Stewart Adams
Thursday, April 16
10:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Star Lore Historian, Mary Stewart Adams, is host of the weekly public radio segment titled The Storyteller's Night Sky. Ms. Adams is a global advocate for starry skies who led the team that established the 9th International Dark Sky Park in the world in 2011 at the Headlands, in her home state of Michigan.

Mary has received numerous honors for her work advocating for dark skies, combining her extensive knowledge of ancient mythologies with the research and ideas of contemporary astronomy. She travels far and wide teaching her humanities-based approach to understanding the celestial world around us, and the cultural influence of star knowledge through the ages.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, April 17
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Dark Skies Gallery
April 17 - April 26, 2020
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

A curated exhibit of artist's homages to the night sky that ties in with other creative and educational events celebrating the night sky.

NIGHT SKY CELEBRATION for EARTH WEEK
April 17 - April 18, 2020
11:00 pm - 2:00 am

How to increase your night sky enjoyment...

7-7:30 Using telescopes to view the night sky by Jerry Dobek, PhD, NMC Astronomer and Dick Cookman from Enerdyne

7:30-8 Night sky photography by Sheen Watkins, artist/photographer

8-8:30 Stories of the night skies by Mary Stewart Adams, Star Lore Historian

8:30-10 Putting knowledge into action....Weather permitting we will move outside for telescope viewing lessons with Jerry and Dick, night sky photography with Sheen coaching, and more stories of the night sky with Mary.

Bring your telescopes and cameras if you want to practice on your own equipment.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, April 20
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, April 20
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
April 20 - April 21, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Where artists gather to draw or paint the full figure (or portrait only) in an unstructured casual environment. Artists are invited to attend as often as they like. There will be no formal instructor or instruction. The STUDIO will provide the space and opportunity to learn and hone skills by practicing and observing others as they work. This is a great chance to get to know other area artists and begin your creative journey into figure drawing!

We will rely on clothed volunteers to come sit for us. Talk to your friends and family! Their reward is being a part of a creative ‘happening’ as well as seeing their likeness many times over that night!

The cost is free with any donations going directly toward helping the NAA retain our Arts Administrative Staff.

On occasion, the FIGURE DRAWING STUDIO will be cancelled due to other events previously scheduled for the space.

Team Trivia
April 20 - April 21, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

NLTUA Committee Meeting
Tuesday, April 21
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Meeting of NLTUA committee members to discuss relevant issues concerning the sewer authority.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, April 21
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, April 21
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, April 21
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, April 21
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Waterfront committee meeting
Tuesday, April 21
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Monthly meeting of the Waterfront committee to discuss current concerns or issues.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
April 21 - April 22, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Northport Village Planning Commission Meeting
April 21 - April 22, 2020
11:00 pm - 12:30 am

Meeting of Commission to address zoning and planning matters for the Village of Northport.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, April 22
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, April 22
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, April 22
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Book Discussion Group: Moonglow
Wednesday, April 22
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

The Book Discussion Group meets at the Leelanau Township Library monthly (September through May) to discuss selected titles. The group is open to the public; it is requested that all members read the selected book before the meeting.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, April 23
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, April 23
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, April 23
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, April 23
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, April 24
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, April 27
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, April 27
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
April 27 - April 28, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
April 27 - April 28, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Where artists gather to draw or paint the full figure (or portrait only) in an unstructured casual environment. Artists are invited to attend as often as they like. There will be no formal instructor or instruction. The STUDIO will provide the space and opportunity to learn and hone skills by practicing and observing others as they work. This is a great chance to get to know other area artists and begin your creative journey into figure drawing!

We will rely on clothed volunteers to come sit for us. Talk to your friends and family! Their reward is being a part of a creative ‘happening’ as well as seeing their likeness many times over that night!

The cost is free with any donations going directly toward helping the NAA retain our Arts Administrative Staff.

On occasion, the FIGURE DRAWING STUDIO will be cancelled due to other events previously scheduled for the space.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, April 28
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, April 28
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, April 28
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, April 28
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
April 28 - April 29, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, April 29
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, April 29
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, April 29
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, April 30
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, April 30
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, April 30
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, April 30
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, May 1
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, May 4
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Dark Sky Committee of Leelanau Energy
Monday, May 4
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Committed to learning about & preserving the dark sky. Planning events & activities to communicate about how safe, shielded outdoor lighting promotes public health & night "sea" of stars. All volunteers welcome.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Kathy Garthe, 231-386-7905, garthekg@sbcglobal.net.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, May 4
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
May 4 - May 5, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Where artists gather to draw or paint the full figure (or portrait only) in an unstructured casual environment. Artists are invited to attend as often as they like. There will be no formal instructor or instruction. The STUDIO will provide the space and opportunity to learn and hone skills by practicing and observing others as they work. This is a great chance to get to know other area artists and begin your creative journey into figure drawing!

We will rely on clothed volunteers to come sit for us. Talk to your friends and family! Their reward is being a part of a creative ‘happening’ as well as seeing their likeness many times over that night!

The cost is free with any donations going directly toward helping the NAA retain our Arts Administrative Staff.

On occasion, the FIGURE DRAWING STUDIO will be cancelled due to other events previously scheduled for the space.

Team Trivia
May 4 - May 5, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, May 5
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, May 5
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, May 5
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, May 5
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
May 5 - May 6, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee to the Leelanau Township Board of Commissioners
May 5 - May 6, 2020
11:00 pm - 1:00 am

Meeting of the township parks & recreation committee to hear reports related to township facilities & to make recommendations to the Township Board regarding township's facilities.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, May 6
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Leadership Team Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, May 6
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

The Leadership Team (LT) is a diverse, community-based group of citizens that was established in 2011 as part of Phase I of Designing and Achieving Our Potential, a project plan of action that supported the quality of life and economic well-being of the community. The primary role of the LT was and is today, to guide the scope of work outlined in the project and subsequent projects including the Community Conversation: The Importance of Events; to recruit participation, and to be a conduit for implementation, but not decision makers. The LT meets the first Wednesday of each month. The meetings are open to all community members with an interest in these projects.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, May 6
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, May 6
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, May 7
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, May 7
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, May 7
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, May 7
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Exposures: Reception
Thursday, May 7
9:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Celebrate the visual and written art of students from across the county

Village Council Meeting
Thursday, May 7
11:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Monthly meeting of council to address Village business.

Village Council Meeting
May 7 - May 8, 2020
11:00 pm - 1:00 am

Monthly meeting of Village Council to conduct Village business.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, May 8
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Exposures: Gallery Exhibit
May 8 - May 15, 2020
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Enjoy the visual and literary artworks of students from across the county.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, May 11
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, May 11
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
May 11 - May 12, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
May 11 - May 12, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Where artists gather to draw or paint the full figure (or portrait only) in an unstructured casual environment. Artists are invited to attend as often as they like. There will be no formal instructor or instruction. The STUDIO will provide the space and opportunity to learn and hone skills by practicing and observing others as they work. This is a great chance to get to know other area artists and begin your creative journey into figure drawing!

We will rely on clothed volunteers to come sit for us. Talk to your friends and family! Their reward is being a part of a creative ‘happening’ as well as seeing their likeness many times over that night!

The cost is free with any donations going directly toward helping the NAA retain our Arts Administrative Staff.

On occasion, the FIGURE DRAWING STUDIO will be cancelled due to other events previously scheduled for the space.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, May 12
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, May 12
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, May 12
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, May 12
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
May 12 - May 13, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Meeting of the Leelanau Township Board of Commissioners
May 12 - May 13, 2020
11:00 pm - 1:00 am

Meeting of elected Township officials to conduct the official business of Leelanau Township. Meeting may include reports from Fire & Emergency Service, Sheriff's Deputy, Township Librarian, Planning & Zoning, Parks & Recreation, elected Township Officers and the County Commissioner. Time is allowed at the beginning and conclusion of the meeting for public comments.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, May 13
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Finance Committee Meeting
Wednesday, May 13
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Monthly meeting of Trustees to discuss Village finances.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, May 13
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, May 13
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Leelanau Energy - General Meeting
Thursday, May 14
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Leelanau Energy (previously Northport Energy) holds a general membership meeting on the second Thursday of each month. We are the premier advocates for energy efficiency and renewable energy on the Leelanau Peninsula. Most meetings are followed by an educational program (see separate calendar listing for program information).

Everyone is welcome, please join us!

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, May 14
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, May 14
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, May 14
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, May 14
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, May 15
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, May 18
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, May 18
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
May 18 - May 19, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
May 18 - May 19, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Where artists gather to draw or paint the full figure (or portrait only) in an unstructured casual environment. Artists are invited to attend as often as they like. There will be no formal instructor or instruction. The STUDIO will provide the space and opportunity to learn and hone skills by practicing and observing others as they work. This is a great chance to get to know other area artists and begin your creative journey into figure drawing!

We will rely on clothed volunteers to come sit for us. Talk to your friends and family! Their reward is being a part of a creative ‘happening’ as well as seeing their likeness many times over that night!

The cost is free with any donations going directly toward helping the NAA retain our Arts Administrative Staff.

On occasion, the FIGURE DRAWING STUDIO will be cancelled due to other events previously scheduled for the space.

NLTUA Committee Meeting
Tuesday, May 19
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Meeting of NLTUA committee members to discuss relevant issues concerning the sewer authority.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, May 19
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, May 19
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, May 19
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Waterfront committee meeting
Tuesday, May 19
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Monthly meeting of the Waterfront committee to discuss current concerns or issues.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, May 19
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
May 19 - May 20, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Northport Village Planning Commission Meeting
May 19 - May 20, 2020
11:00 pm - 12:30 am

Meeting of Commission to address zoning and planning matters for the Village of Northport.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, May 20
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, May 20
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, May 20
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Book Discussion Group: The Lost City of the Monkey God
Wednesday, May 20
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

The Book Discussion Group meets at the Leelanau Township Library monthly (September through May) to discuss selected titles. The group is open to the public; it is requested that all members read the selected book before the meeting.

Infrastructure Committee Meeting
Wednesday, May 20
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Monthly meeting of Trustees to discuss Village infrastructure concerns.

Northport School Spring Band/Choral Concert
May 20 - May 21, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:00 am

Northport Public School Students will entertain you with both instrumental and choral music.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, May 21
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, May 21
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, May 21
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, May 21
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, May 22
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Northport Cars in the Park
Saturday, May 23
2:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Leelanau County's Longest Running Auto Show. Held annually the Saturday of Memorial Day weekend at Haserot Park, it attracts a wide variety of cars and is a great family event.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, May 25
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, May 25
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
May 25 - May 26, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, May 26
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, May 26
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, May 26
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, May 26
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
May 26 - May 27, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, May 27
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, May 27
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, May 27
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, May 28
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, May 28
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, May 28
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, May 28
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, May 29
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, June 1
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Dark Sky Committee of Leelanau Energy
Monday, June 1
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Committed to learning about & preserving the dark sky. Planning events & activities to communicate about how safe, shielded outdoor lighting promotes public health & night "sea" of stars. All volunteers welcome.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Kathy Garthe, 231-386-7905, garthekg@sbcglobal.net.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, June 1
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
June 1 - June 2, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, June 2
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, June 2
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, June 2
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, June 2
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
June 2 - June 3, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, June 3
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Leadership Team Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, June 3
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

The Leadership Team (LT) is a diverse, community-based group of citizens that was established in 2011 as part of Phase I of Designing and Achieving Our Potential, a project plan of action that supported the quality of life and economic well-being of the community. The primary role of the LT was and is today, to guide the scope of work outlined in the project and subsequent projects including the Community Conversation: The Importance of Events; to recruit participation, and to be a conduit for implementation, but not decision makers. The LT meets the first Wednesday of each month. The meetings are open to all community members with an interest in these projects.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, June 3
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, June 3
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, June 4
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, June 4
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, June 4
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, June 4
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Village Council Meeting
Thursday, June 4
11:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Monthly meeting of council to address Village business.

Village Council Meeting
June 4 - June 5, 2020
11:00 pm - 1:00 am

Monthly meeting of Village Council to conduct Village business.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, June 5
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, June 8
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, June 8
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
June 8 - June 9, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, June 9
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, June 9
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, June 9
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, June 9
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
June 9 - June 10, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Meeting of the Leelanau Township Board of Commissioners
June 9 - June 10, 2020
11:00 pm - 1:00 am

Meeting of elected Township officials to conduct the official business of Leelanau Township. Meeting may include reports from Fire & Emergency Service, Sheriff's Deputy, Township Librarian, Planning & Zoning, Parks & Recreation, elected Township Officers and the County Commissioner. Time is allowed at the beginning and conclusion of the meeting for public comments.

Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee to the Leelanau Township Board of Commissioners
June 9 - June 10, 2020
11:00 pm - 1:00 am

Meeting of the township parks & recreation committee to hear reports related to township facilities & to make recommendations to the Township Board regarding township's facilities.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, June 10
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Finance Committee Meeting
Wednesday, June 10
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Monthly meeting of Trustees to discuss Village finances.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, June 10
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, June 10
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Leelanau Energy - General Meeting
Thursday, June 11
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Leelanau Energy (previously Northport Energy) holds a general membership meeting on the second Thursday of each month. We are the premier advocates for energy efficiency and renewable energy on the Leelanau Peninsula. Most meetings are followed by an educational program (see separate calendar listing for program information).

Everyone is welcome, please join us!

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, June 11
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, June 11
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, June 11
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, June 11
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, June 12
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, June 15
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, June 15
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
June 15 - June 16, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

NLTUA Committee Meeting
Tuesday, June 16
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Meeting of NLTUA committee members to discuss relevant issues concerning the sewer authority.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, June 16
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, June 16
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, June 16
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Waterfront committee meeting
Tuesday, June 16
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Monthly meeting of the Waterfront committee to discuss current concerns or issues.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, June 16
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
June 16 - June 17, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Northport Village Planning Commission Meeting
June 16 - June 17, 2020
11:00 pm - 12:30 am

Meeting of Commission to address zoning and planning matters for the Village of Northport.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, June 17
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, June 17
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, June 17
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Infrastructure Committee Meeting
Wednesday, June 17
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Monthly meeting of Trustees to discuss Village infrastructure concerns.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, June 18
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Attic Art & Vintage Fundraiser Sale - Drop Off
Thursday, June 18
2:00 pm - 11:00 pm

A Fundraiser for the Northport Arts Association

Drop off donations 10am-1pm and 4-7pm.

DONATIONS ACCEPTED

Fine Art • Vintage Jewelry • Pottery • Prints • Sculptures • Frames • Records • Glass Art Artisan Works • Art & Craft Books & Supplies • Collectibles of all sorts...

DO NOT LEAVE DROP OFF AT THE DOOR.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact NAA northportartsforall@gmail.com.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, June 18
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, June 18
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, June 18
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, June 19
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, June 22
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, June 22
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
June 22 - June 23, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, June 23
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, June 23
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, June 23
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, June 23
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
June 23 - June 24, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, June 24
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, June 24
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, June 24
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, June 25
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, June 25
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, June 25
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, June 25
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, June 26
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, June 29
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, June 29
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
June 29 - June 30, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, June 30
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, June 30
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, June 30
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, June 30
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
June 30 - July 1, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, July 1
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Leadership Team Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, July 1
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

The Leadership Team (LT) is a diverse, community-based group of citizens that was established in 2011 as part of Phase I of Designing and Achieving Our Potential, a project plan of action that supported the quality of life and economic well-being of the community. The primary role of the LT was and is today, to guide the scope of work outlined in the project and subsequent projects including the Community Conversation: The Importance of Events; to recruit participation, and to be a conduit for implementation, but not decision makers. The LT meets the first Wednesday of each month. The meetings are open to all community members with an interest in these projects.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, July 1
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, July 1
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, July 2
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, July 2
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, July 2
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, July 2
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Village Council Meeting
July 2 - July 3, 2020
11:00 pm - 1:00 am

Monthly meeting of Village Council to conduct Village business.

Village Council Meeting
Thursday, July 2
11:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Monthly meeting of council to address Village business.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, July 3
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, July 6
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Dark Sky Committee of Leelanau Energy
Monday, July 6
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Committed to learning about & preserving the dark sky. Planning events & activities to communicate about how safe, shielded outdoor lighting promotes public health & night "sea" of stars. All volunteers welcome.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Kathy Garthe, 231-386-7905, garthekg@sbcglobal.net.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, July 6
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
July 6 - July 7, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, July 7
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, July 7
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, July 7
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, July 7
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
July 7 - July 8, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, July 8
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Finance Committee Meeting
Wednesday, July 8
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Monthly meeting of Trustees to discuss Village finances.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, July 8
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, July 8
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Leelanau Energy - General Meeting
Thursday, July 9
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Leelanau Energy (previously Northport Energy) holds a general membership meeting on the second Thursday of each month. We are the premier advocates for energy efficiency and renewable energy on the Leelanau Peninsula. Most meetings are followed by an educational program (see separate calendar listing for program information).

Everyone is welcome, please join us!

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, July 9
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, July 9
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, July 9
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, July 9
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, July 10
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, July 13
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, July 13
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
July 13 - July 14, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, July 14
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, July 14
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, July 14
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, July 14
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
July 14 - July 15, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Meeting of the Leelanau Township Board of Commissioners
July 14 - July 15, 2020
11:00 pm - 1:00 am

Meeting of elected Township officials to conduct the official business of Leelanau Township. Meeting may include reports from Fire & Emergency Service, Sheriff's Deputy, Township Librarian, Planning & Zoning, Parks & Recreation, elected Township Officers and the County Commissioner. Time is allowed at the beginning and conclusion of the meeting for public comments.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, July 15
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, July 15
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, July 15
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Infrastructure Committee Meeting
Wednesday, July 15
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Monthly meeting of Trustees to discuss Village infrastructure concerns.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, July 16
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, July 16
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, July 16
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, July 16
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, July 17
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, July 20
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, July 20
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
July 20 - July 21, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

NLTUA Committee Meeting
Tuesday, July 21
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Meeting of NLTUA committee members to discuss relevant issues concerning the sewer authority.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, July 21
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, July 21
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, July 21
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Waterfront committee meeting
Tuesday, July 21
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Monthly meeting of the Waterfront committee to discuss current concerns or issues.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, July 21
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
July 21 - July 22, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Northport Village Planning Commission Meeting
July 21 - July 22, 2020
11:00 pm - 12:30 am

Meeting of Commission to address zoning and planning matters for the Village of Northport.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, July 22
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, July 22
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, July 22
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, July 23
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, July 23
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, July 23
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, July 23
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, July 24
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, July 27
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, July 27
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
July 27 - July 28, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, July 28
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, July 28
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, July 28
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, July 28
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
July 28 - July 29, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, July 29
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, July 29
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, July 29
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, July 30
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, July 30
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, July 30
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, July 30
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, July 31
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Cinderella
August 1 - August 2, 2020
11:30 pm - 2:00 am

The musical 'Cinderella' with guest director Scott Lily from NYC

If you saw his production of Wizard of Oz 2018 at NPAC, DO plan to see 'Cinderella'!

Performances August 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9.

Auditions will be on or around Memorial Day 2020.

Hope to see you all then!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, August 3
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Dark Sky Committee of Leelanau Energy
Monday, August 3
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Committed to learning about & preserving the dark sky. Planning events & activities to communicate about how safe, shielded outdoor lighting promotes public health & night "sea" of stars. All volunteers welcome.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Kathy Garthe, 231-386-7905, garthekg@sbcglobal.net.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, August 3
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
August 3 - August 4, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Michigan Primary Election for Federal, State & Local Candidates
August 4 - August 5, 2020
11:00 am - 12:00 am

Candidate selection for numerous offices, including Congress, State Legislator and local positions. Winners will appear on the November 3 General Election ballot

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, August 4
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, August 4
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, August 4
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, August 4
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
August 4 - August 5, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, August 5
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Leadership Team Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, August 5
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm

The Leadership Team (LT) is a diverse, community-based group of citizens that was established in 2011 as part of Phase I of Designing and Achieving Our Potential, a project plan of action that supported the quality of life and economic well-being of the community. The primary role of the LT was and is today, to guide the scope of work outlined in the project and subsequent projects including the Community Conversation: The Importance of Events; to recruit participation, and to be a conduit for implementation, but not decision makers. The LT meets the first Wednesday of each month. The meetings are open to all community members with an interest in these projects.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, August 5
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, August 5
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, August 6
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, August 6
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, August 6
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, August 6
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Village Council Meeting
August 6 - August 7, 2020
11:00 pm - 1:00 am

Monthly meeting of Village Council to conduct Village business.

Village Council Meeting
Thursday, August 6
11:00 pm - 11:30 pm

Monthly meeting of council to address Village business.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, August 7
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, August 10
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, August 10
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
August 10 - August 11, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, August 11
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, August 11
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, August 11
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, August 11
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
August 11 - August 12, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Meeting of the Leelanau Township Board of Commissioners
August 11 - August 12, 2020
11:00 pm - 1:00 am

Meeting of elected Township officials to conduct the official business of Leelanau Township. Meeting may include reports from Fire & Emergency Service, Sheriff's Deputy, Township Librarian, Planning & Zoning, Parks & Recreation, elected Township Officers and the County Commissioner. Time is allowed at the beginning and conclusion of the meeting for public comments.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, August 12
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Finance Committee Meeting
Wednesday, August 12
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Monthly meeting of Trustees to discuss Village finances.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, August 12
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, August 12
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Leelanau Energy - General Meeting
Thursday, August 13
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Leelanau Energy (previously Northport Energy) holds a general membership meeting on the second Thursday of each month. We are the premier advocates for energy efficiency and renewable energy on the Leelanau Peninsula. Most meetings are followed by an educational program (see separate calendar listing for program information).

Everyone is welcome, please join us!

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, August 13
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, August 13
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, August 13
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, August 13
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, August 14
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Total Body Sculpting Class
Monday, August 17
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, August 17
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Team Trivia
August 17 - August 18, 2020
10:30 pm - 12:30 am

Come play trivia with a team of one or as many as you like. Great prizes every Monday night

NLTUA Committee Meeting
Tuesday, August 18
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Meeting of NLTUA committee members to discuss relevant issues concerning the sewer authority.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, August 18
2:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Lend your needlework skill, talent & expertise to creation of useful handcrafted quilts and other items. Beginners & novices are welcome to join community members who are dedicated to doing good works with needles. Participants have fun and learn sewing skills while gaining the satisfaction they are helping others by gifting the results of their craft.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Sally Coohon.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, August 18
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, August 18
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

The Art of Essential Oils
Tuesday, August 18
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

This is a 2 part class. You can attend just the first session or both sessions. You must take the first session to do the second session.

Linda has been learning, practicing and teaching aromatherapy since 1997. With 22+ years of experience she has a lot to share.

PART 1 - Discovering Essential Oils

February 18, 1 - 4pm

Discover what essential oils are and how to use them. Participate in an exercise to create an essential oil blend with access to over 25 essential oils.

$20 member, $25 non-member

All materials supplied

PART 2 - The Art of Essential Oils

February 25, 1 - 4pm

Discover how to identify essential oils for specific purposes and create several blends focused on physical, emotional and home use that are not only effective but also have a wonderful aroma that you created. Access to more than 50 essential oils, including some unusual and precious oils.

$50 member, $60 non-member (price is for part 1 and part 2)

All materials supplied

Discovering Essential Oils is a prerequisite to Art of Essential Oil Blending.

Waterfront committee meeting
Tuesday, August 18
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Monthly meeting of the Waterfront committee to discuss current concerns or issues.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
August 18 - August 19, 2020
10:00 pm - 1:00 am

Come out for a super informal get together to play some cards! Not tournament style, no buy ins, just round up some friends, get a pint and a deck of cards and have fun!

Northport Village Planning Commission Meeting
August 18 - August 19, 2020
11:00 pm - 12:30 am

Meeting of Commission to address zoning and planning matters for the Village of Northport.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Wednesday, August 19
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, August 19
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Yoga class
Wednesday, August 19
2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

Viniyoga emphasizes function over form as well as adaptation of the postures to achieve positive results using breath as the medium for the movement in asana.

Infrastructure Committee Meeting
Wednesday, August 19
7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Monthly meeting of Trustees to discuss Village infrastructure concerns.

Open Studio at the Village Arts Building - Come and Create
Thursday, August 20
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Come and create your art with others. This is a good time to share ideas and techniques. Open to the community.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, August 20
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, August 20
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Tai Chi Chuan, often translated as “Supreme Ultimate Fist” teaches us to live in harmony with nature, reconnecting the mind to the body. It helps us develop proper breathing techniques, improve our balance, develop and direct energy (chi), reduce tension and stress, improve mental clarity, strengthen our entire body, and help improve the cardiovascular system. These will be the primary focus of this class.

Many practitioners view Tai Chi as a moving meditation as they practice what is called a set or form, a series of graceful, smooth movements designed to exercise and massage the entire body, internally as well as externally. Others study Tai Chi as a martial art. The natural movements of animals and birds observed by the masters had a strong influence on the development of Tai Chi as a martial art. Some study with both martial arts and health and longevity as their goal. Because the movements in Tai Chi were originated as a martial art you will always have the influence of martial applications within the set as you practice.

Classes are offered in memory of my SIFU,

Grandmaster Henry Look.

Knitting Circle w/ Sally
Thursday, August 20
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Yarn & Needles. Knitting Class, instruction & helpers. All are welcome from beginners to seasoned talents.

Total Body Sculpting Class
Friday, August 21
11:30 am - 12:30 pm

Total Body Sculpting is a total body strength training class that will help tone and shape those trouble spots. We start with some low impact aerobic and moves on to muscular strength endurance using weights, body bars, fit balls, resistant bands and mat floor work. Lets work hard together & sculpt that body so we look good and fit!