The Grand Vision Community Action Updates


The Grand Vision Community Action Updates will take place this October in your community.  Learn how the citizen-defined Grand Vision principles are becoming a reality in the place you call home.  Learn about how The Grand Vision has helped communities bring millions of dollars of additional investment into each community.  To add to the excitement, a $50 gift card drawing will take place in each location!

Each event will run from 5:30-7:00p.m. and will showcase projects from the past year, student films and announce the Grand Visionary award winners.  After each event, join us for a post party celebration.

• Oct. 2: Kalkaska at the Kaliseum / White Tails post party location
• Oct.3: Cadillac at the Cadillac Wexford Public Library / Hermann's post party location
• Oct. 4: Elk Rapids at the Elk Rapids Cinema / Siren Hall post party location
• Oct. 9: Suttons Bay at Inland Seas Education Center / Village Inn post party location
• Oct. 10: Frankfort at Garden Theater / Dinghy's Bar & Restaurant post party location
• Oct. 11: Traverse City at the State Theatre/ Red Ginger post party location

Please RSVP here.




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