At mid-summer, Reading Programs at Bay area libraries still offer much to patrons of all ages.
Rededicating itself to its original mission of not only displaying artworks but teaching art, Studio 23/ The Arts Center offers a variety of art classes, including summer camps geared to elementary school-age children.
As dusk falls the early glow of streetlights illumines the shadows of N. Hamilton Street. Below the brief radiance of the electric torches, a horde of lurching forms moves steadily forward to attend the Lawn Chair Film Festival.
Bay City Central H.S. teacher Craig Windt chosen to participate in a summer program in China.
Free for audiences of all ages, Wednesdays at Wenonah Park (Sixth and Water Streets, Bay City) from 11:30 to 12:15 are the following events by Michigan-based groups. In case of rain, performances will take place at the State Theatre, 913 Washington Ave.