Tuesday, July 29, 2014

+ Saugatuck Brewery - 1/2 off Growler & pint night Wed July 30 5-9 pm just 10 min. From J. Paule's Fenn Inn



Cheers for MI beers! 



1/2 Off Growler & Pint Night

Wednesday July 30th, 5-8pm

Get your growlers ready and come to the pub for 50% off limited-release, specialty, and favorite SBC beers! 

Selected Beers: 
Neapolitan Milk Stout
Singapore IPA
Backyard IPA
Lucky Stone Cider
Double Black IPA
Pier Cove Porter
Starburst Wheat
Continuum IPA
Peckish Pig IPA
Flogger
MI Wheat

                                                        Pricing: 
     *Howlers (1/4 gal) - $3.00                           *Holy Cow-lers! (1 gal) -$9.00
     *Growlers (1/2 gal) - $5.50                         *Pints-1/2 off all selected styles



*Also this week: Freakin' Firkin Friday (Aug. 1)

Each month, we have a special firkin tapping live at the bar. This month we're featuring a firkin of Backyard IPA dry-hopped with Mosaic hops! 

Friday, July 25, 2014

+ Fennville tuesdays in the Park Concert Series Just 1 mile from J. Paules Fenn Inn








Fennville ‘Tuesdays in the Park’ Concert Series

The final concert in the twelfth annual Fennville “Tuesdays in the Park” free community concert series will be on August 5 and features Seth Bernard and May Erlewine.

Seth Bernard and May Erlewine, well-known to audiences as single acts, have been performing and recording together for several years.  Before they teamed up, they each paid their dues traveling across the land playing their music and sharing stories with everyone they met.

Already seasoned songwriters with several solo records and duo albums to their names, Seth and May draw from a deep well of American folk, country, blues and soul music.  May plays guitar and violin and is a songbird reminiscent of Patsy Cline and Patty Griffin.  Her songs have been recorded by artists across the country and sung in schools and places of worship.  Samuel Seth Bernard has drawn comparisons to Woody Guthrie and Neil Young as a shape shifting folk rocker, community organizer and communicator of ideas.  They harmonize their voices and instruments beautifully believing music can bring people together and proving so at every performance.  Like all the best folk musicians they have the ability to get everyone’s attention and still a room.

Seth and May’s common belief in music to strengthen communities and to be part of positive change has led to collaborations with numerous schools, farms and non-profit organizations.

The concerts will be held at Memorial/Paradise Park on north Maple ST in downtown Fennville. Music begins at 7PM.

In case of inclement weather the concerts will take place in the lower level of the Fennville District Library.

Free to the public the concerts are sponsored by the following businesses:

Alexander’s Drug Store, Allegan Community Federal Credit Union, Chemical Bank, City of Fennville Downtown Development Authority, Crane’s Pie Pantry Restaurant and Bakery, Cris’ Hairstyling Salon, Darpel and Associates Builders, Inc., Edward Jones Investments Office of Paul Hix, Fennville District Library, Fennville/Pearl United Methodist Church, Hop’N, Huntington Bank, Lakeside Electric of Fennville LLC, Lakeside Smiles, Larry Fuerst, Lifehouse Golden Orchards, Mac’ Landing Veterinary Service, Maridrew Properties, McKellips Construction, McKellips Plumbing, Mill Pond Realty, Pinnacle Foods Group LLC, Pleasant Hill Farm, Salt of the Earth, Septic Tank Systems Company and Virtue Cider. 
 Visit the Chamber website at www.greaterfennville.com  for more information.  Anyone wishing to contribute toward concert sponsorship should email treasurer@greaterfennville.com
Created by: Mary Cone Kasprzyk, PR Coordinator
Fennville DDA 


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