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Harbor Springs Youth Film Festival
March 31st - May 5th, 2012
Office: Cultural/Art Event
(Sat. )
Location: Harbor Springs

The Harbor Springs Sk8 Park and The Harbor Springs Library Present -
The Harbor Springs Youth Film Festival


The Harbor Springs Sk8 and the Harbor Springs Library invite aspiring young directors, producers, animators, actors, and actresses to create their own films. Film festival participants will need to write, direct, star in (or cast actors to star in), and edit their own films. Film editing help will be available to those who need or want assistance.


The purpose of the Youth Film Festival is to showcase the talents of young people living in our community. The Youth Film Festival will include a Community Film Screening with the option for viewers to vote for their favorite films and a festival awards night similar to the popular Hollywood award shows.


ItinerarySaturday, March 31, 2012 - Free Film Editing Help at the Harbor Springs Library From 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday, April 14, 2012 - Last Day to Submit Films
Saturday, April 28, 2012 - Youth Film Festival Movie Screening at the Harbor Springs Library Beginning at 7 p.m.
Saturday, May 5, 2012 – Youth Film Festival Award Night at the Harbor Springs Library Beginning at 7 p.m.
Age Groups
10 years old and under
11 to 13 years old
14 to 17 years old
*Individual and group entries welcome


Rules• Films must be submitted in person or by email to the Harbor Springs
Sk8 Park or Harbor Springs Library on or before Saturday, April 14.

Harbor Springs Sk8 Park Harbor Springs Library
740 East Main Street 206 Spring Street
Harbor Springs, MI 49740 Harbor Springs, MI 49740
(231) 526-0610 (231) 526-4314
harborsk8park@att.net aosetek@harborspringslibrary.org

• No late submissions will be accepted.
• Films can be a maximum of 5 minutes in length.
• Films must be submitted in an MP4 format.
• No more than one group and one individual entry per person.
• The oldest member of a group will dictate the age category in which the film will be entered.
• Films may not contain nudity, sex, violence, bullying, or drug use/ references.
• Films may not contain inappropriate music, language or gestures.
• A completed registration must accompany each film. Forms can be found online at www.harborspringslibrary.org and in person at the Harbor Springs Library, City Hall, Sk8 Park, and School Offices.

Youth Film Festival Awards Night
Members of the community will be voting for their favorite films at the Film Screen Night on Saturday, April 28 at the Harbor Springs Library.

Award categories include:
Best Film, Best Actor, Best Actress, Best Music, Best Editing
A Youth Film Festival Awards Night will be held on Saturday, May 5 at the Harbor Springs Library.
The award night will resemble a Hollywood Awards Night. Participants are encouraged to “dress to impress”.

A Little Night Music
April 26th - 29th, 2012
Office: Cultural/Art Event
Time: 7:30
Location: McCune Arts Center
April 26-29 at McCune Arts Center 7:30 pm  May 3, 4 and 5th, with two performance on the 5th, 3:30 and 7:30   www.ltct.org for tickets
 
A Little Night Music is a musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by Hugh Wheeler. Inspired by the Ingmar Bergman film Smiles of a Summer Nigh, it involves the romantic lives of several couples. Its title is a literal English granslation of the german name for Motzart's Serenade No. 13 for strings in G major, Eine Kleine Nachtmusik. The musical includes the popular song "Send in the Clowns". 
Getting Kids Outdoors
April 28th, 2012
Office: Family Fun
1pm to 4pm
Location: Pond Hill Farm - Harbor Springs

Getting Kids Outdoors in Emmet County invites families to the annual GKO Spring Celebration to Kick-Off our new Passport to Adventure.

Join the fun at Pond Hill Farm to celebrate the new 2012 Passport to Adventure and welcome the season! This outdoor event is FREE and requires no registration. Activities will include:
·         Outdoor Activities
·         Barn Animals
·         Sack Races
·         Hay Rides
·         Music by Blissfest  (possibly square dancing, but no confirmation just yet!)
·         GKO & Passport Partners (Local Resources/Vendors that promote getting kids outdoors (in general)– not sure of best way to word this & get the point across, they will provide information on their organization as well as some hands-on things to do)
·         Pond Dipping
·         Finger Food/Light Snacks
 
Meet local resource providers and learn more about great places in Emmet County to explore this year! The Passport to Adventure offers children and their families opportunities to partake in various outdoor adventures throughout the county, and other nearby destinations.
Contact Information:
Alison Berry or Maureen Stine
Women in the Wild: Hike at Wilderness State Park
April 28th, 2012
Office: Workshops/Classes
9am to 1pm
Location: Wildnerness State Park
Women in the Wild: Hike at Wilderness State Park
The Outfitter of Harbor Springs hosts a Women in the Wild hike at Wilderness State Park on Saturday, April 28 from 9:00am-1:00pm. A good-paced hike to explore Waugshance Point and the inland trails of our local gem! Open to women of all ages who want to get outdoors, explore and gain skills together. Fee is $10 and carpooling is available. Pre-registration required: call 231 526-2621 or visit www.outfitterharborsprings.com
Phone: 231.526.2621
Fruit Tree Workshop
April 28th, 2012
Office: Workshops/Classes
10 am to noon
Location: Country Apple Orchard
You can increase your property value and provide fresh chemical free fruit for your family by simply planting fruit trees. If you’re like many other people who have decided to dedicate part of your garden beds to vegetable growing, due to concern about the quality of the produce you feed your children, you can learn to take it a step further and grow your own fruit.
 
Steve Fouch, retired horticulture educator for MSU Extension, will share his knowledge gained working with tree fruit grower around the state. Steve now manages his own tree health and nursery business and does horticulture consulting work. Together with Dick Barker, owner of Country Apple Orchards in Petoskey, Steve will provide information valuable to inexperienced and experienced fruit growers.
 
Topics covered with include selection of varieties for our area, site preparation and growing for quality, tips on planting and tree nutrition, proper training and care of young trees, pruning of older trees, protection from deer and other critters, insect and disease control. After covering these topics that will be presented in a handout, the class will venture out into the orchards to see firsthand how Dick prunes and cares for his trees.
 
It’s difficult to put a dollar value on fruit trees, but it will set your property apart from properties without them and could pique the interest of a potential buyer.  
 
Steve Fouch will be offering several varieties of semi-dwarf fruit trees for sale at the conclusion of the workshop. The workshop will take place Saturday April 28th from 10am to Noon at the Country Apple Orchard 8785 Horton Bay Rd., just west of US31 in Petoskey. Call Cydney Steeb at the Emmet Conservation District for registration information or download a form at www.emmetcd.org. Cost for the workshop is $15 per person and the registration deadline is April 23rd.

 

 

 

 

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