AUGUST 19, 5-8 PM
ROCHELLE CLARK & JASON DENNIE
Rochelle Clark is a singer-songwriter best known as one-half of the acclaimed Americana duo, The Potter’s Field. Rochelle is also an engaging solo artist. Jason Dennie grew up around acoustic music. His influences include Bluegrass, Jazz, Blues, Country and Celtic tunes. He plays the guitar and mandolin and has spent years making a living sharing his love for music. Together they combine their love for Americana music to bring fresh, clear, soul-stirring music to the listening audience.
BEER, WINE, and COCKTAILS
In the MOSA
Enjoy alcoholic beverages (beer, wine, mixed spirit drinks, spirits, or mixed drinks) while strolling or relaxing in the MOSA (Milan Outdoor Social Area). Purchase a drink from Fender's, the Legion, The Owl, Pepper's, or Life is Sweet/Modern Craft for consumption in the downtown district. Shop, listen to live music in Tolan Square, watch the sunset on Ford Lake, or hang out with friends. To see a map of the district visit milanmainstreet.info/mosa.
OPEN HOUSE: AZALIA SOLAR
5:30 - 7 PM
AZALIA SOLAR (1 W. Main Street - Wabash Street entrance)
Following their official ribbon cutting ceremony, Azalia Solar will host an open house.
Stop by to learn more about the proposed project, how you can be involved, and the positive impact it will have on the Greater Milan area.
The Open House will feature information on potential solar panel area, community benefits, screening and plantings, and other project details.
THE GREAT ARTdoors
Explore the Great ARTdoors!
If you haven't yet explored this one-of-a-kind art installation, 3rd Thursdays in August is the perfect time do it! Nearly 50 doors have been transformed into works of art by local artists, students, residents, businesses, and organizations. Add an element of fun by playing the Great ARTdoors scavenger hunt. Download and print the scavenger hunt game. Can you find all of the doors featured on the game?
Download and print a map to the Great ARTdoors
JEWELRY FOR AID IN MILAN
5 - 8 PM
Laila Kujala Art Studio
Laila created and crafted a limited edition line of bracelets, necklaces and earrings to sell in support of Aid in Milan.
Bracelets: $5 (she will donate $2 to AIM)
Earrings: $10 (she will donate $4 to AIM)
Necklaces: $10 (she will donate $4 to AIM)
Aid in Milan has been doing great things in our community for decades. They were hit hard by last week's storm. This is great way to buy local and give back.
ARTISANS & VENDORS
5 - 8 PM
Kinzie Sherrod (in front of Textiles)
Liz Schust Color Street (in front of former TKD studio)
Blue Peak Designs (in front of Milan Chiropractic)
GMACF (in front of Milan Main Street Office)
Morrow Fresh Produce (in front of Hamden Law)
Custom Coasters by Sharyn (in front of Michigan Adventure Diving)
Clever Creations by Amy (in front The Hair Lounge)
Professor Pemberton's Wands & Accoutrements (in front of The Hair Lounge)
Nemeth Farms (in front of Michigan Adventure Diving)
Tina White Artwork (Hungry Howie’s)
JoJo's Simple Designs (in front of Jones Insurance)
Better Way Designs (in front of Northern Chicks)
Moving Milan Forward (on the side of The Collins Center)
Jessica Fennelly Scentsy (Wabash Street)
Brent Fennelly Insurance (Wabash Street)
Alexis Smith Earrings (in front of Plum Tree Yarn Shop)
Julie Snead Pretzels (Wabash Street)
Milan Swim Club (between Mich. Adventure Diving and China One)