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YMCAThe Y focuses their work in 3 key areas, of youth development, healthy living and social responsibility because the YMCA believes nurturing the potential of kids, helping people live healthier and supporting neighbors are fundamental to strengthening our communities. Try the Y today call 987-6400.

Schools Out! Join your friends at the YMCA on June 12th for the End of School Holiday Camp ~ School-aged children kindergarten through 6th grade have the opportunity to make new friends and engage in indoor and outdoor activities in a safe, positive environment.  For more information call 987-6400.

Everyone is invited to join Woman’s Life Chapter 809 for a hot dog luncheon on June 7 at 1:00 pm at Dorchester Apartments, main conference room, 2436 Dorchester, Port Huron, Michigan. Following the luncheon, there will be a speaker from the Cancer Society to answer your questions regarding cancer, care and treatment. The regular business meeting will be held at noon on the same day, if you are interested in learning more about Woman’s life Society. For more information contact Sandy 810-357-7572.

Two upcoming information sessions are planned at St. Clair County Community College in Port Huron for students interested in SC4’s radiologic technology program.  The sessions will be from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, June 10, and 6 to 7 p.m. Thursday, June 11, in Room 206 of the college’s Citizens First Michigan Technical Education Center, corner of Erie Street and Glenwood Avenue.  Students can attend either session to get information about careers in radiologic technology, prerequisites, degree requirements and application process.

Enter Stage Right, a local nonprofit community based theatre established in 2008 is working in partnership with Port Huron Citadel LLC to bring a black box performance venue to downtown Port Huron. The Citadel Stage, set to open in 2016, will be professional quality, accessible and affordable, with the transforming ability to fit multiple event and performance needs.   During the day, community, youth, and education based programs may call the Citadel home.  By night the stage can help charge the downtown atmosphere with the lively experience brought by the performing arts. According to Regina Spain, Executive Director of Enter Stage Right, “The Citadel Stage will offer new possibilities for community, youth, and educational programs. Our goal for the Citadel Stage is to collaborate with the other local venues, artists, organizations and businesses to ensure downtown Port Huron as an entertainment destination for residents and travelers alike.” Also instrumental in bringing the project together has been the Economic Development Alliance of St. Clair County. David Haynes of the EDA described the project, “This is another example of the continued growth in the downtown, especially in bringing evening entertainment on top of our many restaurants.” For more information or to support the Citadel Stage, visit www.thecitadelstage.org, gofundme.com/The-Citadel-Stage , or ‘like’ us on Facebook.

Mark your calendars and plan to make it down to Sarnia’s beautiful waterfront for the Powerboat Festival coming up this summer. The Sarnia/Port Huron International Powerboat Festival is scheduled August 7-9th.  On the Sarnia side of the river the weekend will kickoff with an annual powerboat Trew-dition. Friday August 7th,The Trews take the waterfront main stage and energize the crowd with their powerful stage show, making you “Sing Your Heart Out” all night long.Saturday August 8th, Canadian legend and music hall of famer, Tom Cochrane and Red Rider hit the stage. There is nothing better than a warm summer night, a cool drink in your hand and great classic hits like “Life is a Highway”, “Lunatic Fringe”, and “Boy Inside a Man”. You will not want to miss this night. There are only 1500 tickets available each night, make sure you get yours soon!  Tickets to the evening concerts start at $40 and are on sale now atwww.sarniapowerboats.com, Stoke’s Inland and Stoke’s Bay restaurants. It is a small, intimate venue and tickets will go quick, order today!

The Sarnia International Powerboat Festival is organized along the waterfront on the Sarnia side of the St. Clair River. There will be a number of family activities throughout the day; huge inflatables, kid’s busker workshops, balloon animals, stilt walkers, buskers, kid’s crafting areas, vendors as well as the main attraction of the powerboats racing down the river!