Today the LowellArts Board of Directors announced that this year’s Fallasburg Arts Festival will go on, but not in the usual live format that festival lovers have grown accustomed to. In reaction to Covid-19 concerns, plans are currently underway to create a virtual version of the festival with as much of the fun and flavor of past festivals as can be imagined. “We are a creative community,” said LowellArts’ Board President, Gary Eldridge. “If we can imagine it, I believe we have the talent and means to make it happen.” See more at lowellsfirstlook.com and www.lowellartsmi.org
Christmas in Fallasburg– December 12, 2020 6-8pm The 150-year-old Fallasburg Schoolhouse once again opens her doors and welcomes Villagers and visitors alike to our community celebration, Christmas in Fallasburg. Season’s Greetings, traditional holiday music by the “Hawks & Owls String Band,” beer & wine, cheese, cider, coffee, and our famous Fallasburg buffet, with lots of Christmas goodies soothe the soul. A roaring bonfire, a year in construction in adjacent, Fallas Field, caps off the evening and warms the tail feathers. A $20 donation is requested upon admission. Advance purchase is not available.
Paranormal Investigations – Date to be determined.