I am not a person who longs to move to Florida or (shudder) Arizona. I love winter, and it runs in the family. My dad actually moved further north when he retired, and that is my goal as well. March, however, is the month that tries Michigander's souls.
When faced with the deep-freeze of January and February, winter isn't hard to take. Even if you are not a fan, you can at least put your head down (into the wind) and endure. Besides, what else can you do?
When March comes, though, you know spring is around the corner. The birds become irritating with all their cheerful chirpiness. There is actually sunlight outside when you wake up in the morning. Then there are the warm days, likeRead more...
Registration Open for Howard's Friend Bike Ride on April 26, 2014. Visit http://howardsfriendbikeride.com/index.html
for more information.
Maple Syrup Time is coming soon to the Chippewa Nature Center. On weekends in March, you can visit the sugarhouse in the beech-maple woods and see sap collected and boiled down into syrup. An interpreter is on hand to explain the whole process. You won't want to miss Maple Syrup Day either. Visit Chippewa Nature Center's calendar for more information.
Ten Weeks to Wellness! Let the Midland Community Center be your guide to a healthier you from February 24 - April 8 with workouts, recipes, and use of MCC's facilities. For more information visit their new programs page.
"You won’t find Midland’s newest eatery, Poolside Cafe, rated in a guidebook or beneath a big towering sign out front. But the food is terrific, the staff is outgoing and friendly, the portions are generous, the food is priced competitively and the cause is fantastic."
Read the entire Midland Daily News article at http://www.ourmidland.com/news/cafe-opens-at-mcc-poolside/article_170b63fc-056f-5621-b8a1-9aad402386e7.html