Northport Omena Calendar

Come discover Northport and Omena events, places to visit, and things to do in Leelanau Township.

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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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Old Fashioned Christmas at the Lighthouse
December 1 - December 7, 2019
3:00 pm - 9:00 pm

We will be celebrating the heritage of the Grand Traverse Lighthouse keepers from 1858-1880. Each room in the lighthouse will be Christmas themed, portraying the traditional time period and showcasing the keeper heritages. We will also be telling the story of our only female lighthouse keeper. There will be an actor in period costume retelling the Christmas story of the keeper families. Some of the heritages showcased will be from Germany, Denmark, England, and Ireland. In addition, learn about the history of the Christmas Tree ship Rouse Simmons, that sank in Lake Michigan in 1912.

As always, a Recreation Passport is required for entry into the State Park.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Stef Staley; info@grandtraverselighthouse.com.

Christmas At The Lighthouse
December 1 - December 7, 2019
3:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Enjoy special guided tours of the main floor of the Grand Traverse Lighthouse keeper's quarters. Tours leave every 15 minutes. Visit with our volunteers in period costume. Eat cookies in the kitchen, see a traditional 1920's/1930's Christmas dinner set on the table, talk with the lighthouse keeper in the living room and visit the keeper's bedroom to learn about the babies born at the Lighthouse and other interesting facts. Be sure to climb the tower for a great view of Lake Michigan.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Stef Staley 231-386-7195.

Elsa and Anna at the Filling Station: A Benefit for Grand Traverse Lighthouse
Saturday, December 7
6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Join Queen Elsa and Princess Anna for a special Sing-Along and Photo Op event at the Filling Station Microbrewery! At 1 pm on Saturday Dec 7, Elsa and Anna will lead a Sing-Along of favorite songs from the first 'Frozen' film. Afterwards there will be Photo Ops with Santa Claus as well, and kids crafts during the event.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Stef Staley; info@grandtraverselighthouse.com.

The Nutcracker
Sunday, December 8
12:30 am - 2:30 am

Northwest Michigan Ballet Theatre presents the timeless holiday classic with choreography by artistic director Thomas Morrell. Stunning costumes, elaborate sets, and the beloved Tchaikovsky score bring a young girl's Christmas dreams dancing to life. Come and enjoy a memorable experience for all ages, showcasing the versatility and professionalism of this talented young ballet company.

Old Fashioned Christmas at the Lighthouse
Sunday, December 8
5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

A modern-day Santa’s Workshop will be open from 12 - 4 PM on Sunday December 8 at the Grand Traverse Lighthouse. Come out and enjoy cookie decorating, crafting an ornament, visiting with Santa, games, holiday campfire, and hot cocoa bar. Enjoy the authentic keeper's apartment inside the Lighthouse decorated in period fashion, and learn the stories of our lighthouse's only female lighthouse keeper and the famous Christmas-Tree Ship, the 'Rouse-Simmons.' Please note: A Michigan State Park Recreational Passport is required to enter the State Park.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact Stef Staley; info@grandtraverselighthouse.com.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, December 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.

Fox Island Lighthouse Association
December 9 - December 10, 2019
10:30 pm - 12:00 am

Mtg focuses on all things pertaining to caring for the light property and buildings with emphasis on maritime history and Great Lakes education.

Interested in being a volunteer? Contact John McKinney, Pres. 231-947-1926.

Team Trivia
December 9 - December 10, 2019
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

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
December 9 - December 10, 2019
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.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, December 10
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, December 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.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, December 10
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.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
December 10 - December 11, 2019
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!

Leelanau Township Board
Wednesday, December 11
12:00 am - 2:00 am

Monthly Township Board Meeting to Conduct Township Business

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, December 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.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, December 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.

Wigglers! Preschool Storytime
Thursday, December 12
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Wigglers! Preschool Storytime with Ms. Mary at the library!

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, December 12
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, December 12
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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

Memory Loss Support Group
Friday, December 13
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Support group for individuals diagnosed with a memory loss disease. Supportive and confidential.

Leelanau Township Planning/Zoning Commission
Saturday, December 14
12:00 am - 1:30 am

Monthly meeting for planning & zoning matters

Christmas Up In Northport
Sunday, December 15
8:00 pm - 10:30 pm

Join The Village Voices and Northport Community Band for their annual Christmas present to the community. Enjoy an afternoon of old favorites and new and let the traditional sing-along that finished the concert send you on your way - after the cookie after glow in the lobby!

A Winter Dinner with Abra Berens
December 15 - December 16, 2019
11:00 pm - 2:00 am

This gourmet event begins with a variety of appetizers followed by a multi-course meal paired with the best of Big Little Winery and Earthen Ales and Leelanau Cheese. Don't miss the lively conversation, delicious food and wine, pairing and cuisine education in Willowbrook Mill's, one-of-a-kind atmosphere on a wonderful winter night in Northport! Each ticket includes a signed copy of Ruffage. Benefiting World Central Kitchen

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, December 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.

Team Trivia
December 16 - December 17, 2019
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

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
December 16 - December 17, 2019
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.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, December 17
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, December 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.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, December 17
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.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
December 17 - December 18, 2019
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!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, December 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.

Northport School Winter Band/Choral Concert
December 18 - December 19, 2019
10:30 pm - 12:00 am

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

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, December 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.

Wigglers! Preschool Storytime
Thursday, December 19
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Wigglers! Preschool Storytime with Ms. Mary at the library!

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, December 19
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, December 19
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, December 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.

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
December 23 - December 24, 2019
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
December 23 - December 24, 2019
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, December 24
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, December 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.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, December 24
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.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
December 24 - December 25, 2019
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!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, December 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.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, December 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.

Wigglers! Preschool Storytime
Thursday, December 26
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Wigglers! Preschool Storytime with Ms. Mary at the library!

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, December 26
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, December 26
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, December 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.

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
December 30 - December 31, 2019
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
December 30 - December 31, 2019
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, December 31
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, December 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.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, December 31
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.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
December 31 - January 1, 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!

Leadership Team Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, January 1
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, January 1
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.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, January 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.

Wigglers! Preschool Storytime
Thursday, January 2
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Wigglers! Preschool Storytime with Ms. Mary

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, January 2
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, January 2
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, January 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.

Team Trivia
January 6 - January 7, 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

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
January 6 - January 7, 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.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, January 7
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, January 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.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, January 7
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.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
January 7 - January 8, 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!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, January 8
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.

Leelanau Energy - General Meeting
Thursday, January 9
2:00 pm - 3:00 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!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, January 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.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, January 9
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, January 9
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, January 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.

Team Trivia
January 13 - January 14, 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

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
January 13 - January 14, 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.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, January 14
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, January 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.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, January 14
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.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
January 14 - January 15, 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!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, January 15
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.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, January 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.

Wigglers! Preschool Storytime
Thursday, January 16
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Wigglers! Preschool Storytime with Ms. Mary at the library

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, January 16
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, January 16
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, January 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.

Team Trivia
January 20 - January 21, 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

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
January 20 - January 21, 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.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, January 21
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, January 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.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, January 21
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.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
January 21 - January 22, 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!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, January 22
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.

Book Discussion Group: Middlesex
Wednesday, January 22
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.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, January 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.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, January 23
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, January 23
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, January 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.

Team Trivia
January 27 - January 28, 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

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
January 27 - January 28, 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.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, January 28
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, January 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.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, January 28
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.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
January 28 - January 29, 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!

Burns Night
January 28 - January 29, 2020
11:00 pm - 1:00 am

Share a soup supper and poetry to celebrate the life of poet Robert Burns. Sponsored by the Friends of the Leelanau Township Library.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, January 29
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.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, January 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.

Wigglers Storytime
Thursday, January 30
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Wigglers! Preschool storytime with Ms. Mary

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

Wigglers! Preschool storytime with Ms. Mary

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, January 30
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, January 30
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, February 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.

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
February 3 - February 4, 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 3 - February 4, 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 4
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 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.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, February 4
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.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
February 4 - February 5, 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!

Leadership Team Monthly Meeting
Wednesday, February 5
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, February 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.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, February 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.

Wigglers! Preschool Storytime
Thursday, February 6
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Wigglers! Preschool storytime with Ms. Mary

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, February 6
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 6
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, February 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.

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
February 10 - February 11, 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 10 - February 11, 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 11
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 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.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, February 11
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.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
February 11 - February 12, 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!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, February 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.

Leelanau Energy - General Meeting
Thursday, February 13
2:00 pm - 3:00 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!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, February 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.

Wigglers! Preschool Storytime
Thursday, February 13
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Wigglers! Preschool storytime with Ms. Mary

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, February 13
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 13
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Monday, February 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.

Team Trivia
February 17 - February 18, 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

Figure Drawing Studio at the Northport Arts Association
February 17 - February 18, 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.

Quilting & Other Good Works with Fabric
Tuesday, February 18
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 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.

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Tuesday, February 18
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.

Euchre Night at The Mitten
February 18 - February 19, 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!

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Wednesday, February 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.

Advanced Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, February 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.

Wigglers! Preschool Storytime
Thursday, February 20
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Wigglers! Preschool storytime with Ms. Mary

Beginning Tai Chi Classes
Thursday, February 20
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 20
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

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

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.

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

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.

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.

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!

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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!

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.

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.

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

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.

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!

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.

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!

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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!

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.

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.

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.

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.

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!

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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!

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.

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.

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.

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!

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.

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!

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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!

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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!

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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!

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.

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.

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.

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!

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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!

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.

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!

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.

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.

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.

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!

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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!

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.

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.

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.

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!

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.

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.