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Beats on Bates: The Nathan Moore Affair / Samuel Nalangira

Bates Alley Bates Alley, Kalamazoo, MI

Downtown Kalamazoo’s live music scene is a special part of the city. Adding to the already vibrant music scene is Beats on Bates. Presented by the Arts Council of Greater Kalamazoo and The JACK and The Touch radio stations, this free live music series offers visitors and locals alike the chance to wind down on …

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Sounds of the Zoo Music Festival Day 3

Old Dog Tavern 402 E. Kalamazoo Ave., Kalamazoo, MI

PERFORMERS: 6:00-7:00pm/Hannah Rose Graves 7:30-8:30pm/Kait Rose & The Thorns 9:00-10:00pm/Nathan Walton and the Remedy

Board Game Night

Main Street Pub, West Main 4514 W. Main St., Kalamazoo, MI, United States

Team Trivia at the Library

Richland Community Library 8951 Park St., Richland, MI

Bring your team and test your knowledge on a variety of topics. Register your team before the day of the event. Limit 2-6 people per team. Now on a new night & time! NOTE: If you want to register your team for ALL four nights, you can email the library at richlandclibrary@gmail.com with your name, …

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Telling A Community’s Story

Kalamazoo Public Library, Central 315 S. Rose St., Kalamazoo, MI

Owner and editor Marie Lee will discuss the 50-year history of southwest Michigan’s Encore magazine, its importance in documenting a community’s story, and its future in the digital age.

Healthy Soils Lead to Healthier Food and a Healthier Environment

Portage District Library 300 Library Ln., Portage, MI

When you sit down at the dinner table, the topic of conversation is most likely not centered on the soils where your food came from. Yet soil is fundamental to all terrestrial life forms including our own. Today growing evidence points to the importance of healthy soils on our health and that of our environment. …

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Three of a Kind

Hilton Garden Inn 303 N. Rose St., Kalamazoo, MI

Join Joe Ferguson, Matt Landon and myself at the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Kalamazoo for a mix of classic rock, blues and country with artful harmony. Joe is well known in the local blues scene for his prowess on harmonica and vocals. Matt is an accomplished guitarist, and is on the music faculty at …

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Open Mic: ‘Season of the Crone’

People's Church 1758 N. 10th St., Kalamazoo, MI

The energy of Crone shows herself in all aspects of our daily lives, our bodies and the movement of the earth through seasonal change. We have much to gain by engaging with this energy. This event is for poets, musicians, songstresses, sound healers and avid audience members. Come together to uplift and inspire one another. …

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St. Paul & The Broken Bones

Kalamazoo State Theatre 404 S. Burdick St., Kalamazoo, MI

The eight-piece kings of soul, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, will bring their Angels In Science Fiction tour to the historic Kalamazoo State Theatre on Wednesday, September 27, with special guest Abraham Alexander. About St. Paul & The Broken Bones: Founded in Birmingham, Alabama in 2011, St. Paul & the Broken Bones consists of …

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Nigel Wearne (AUS) and Mechele Peters

The Clover Room 1501 Fulford St., Kalamazoo, MI

Nigel is touring the USA and he has an incredible voice an guitar style you will want to experience. AND Mechele Peters, our co-founder is BACK ON THE MUSIC SCENE, her voice and songwriting skills will reach you in places you didn't know you had. Nigel Wearne saunters after dark in the music of the …

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Shakespeare's Pub 241 E. Kalamazoo Ave., Kalamazoo, MI

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