MEETINGS & EVENTS CALENDAR
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Santa will be visiting the Emmet County Fairgrounds’ Community Building. Guests will be invited to take a photo with Santa, make crafts to take home, and enjoy delicious cups of hot cocoa as well as cookies. Entry is free.
“Coffee with the Inspectors”
The Planning, Zoning & Construction Resources Department is planning this annual event, and has scheduled the meeting
Wednesday, March 13, 2024 – from 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Emmet County Community Center
1129 Charlevoix Ave. (Fairgrounds)
Petoskey, MI 49770
This event is open to all in the area who are involved in the construction industry as well as the general public.
This year’s program will include:
- Staff Introduction
- Location and Contact Information
- County Website
- Code Updates & Projections
- Department Procedures Permit Application Changes
- Discussion on Common Code Issues
- Time for Audience Questions, Comments and Open Discussion
If you have a particular subject or specific question that you would like to have brought up or addressed during this program, feel free to let us know in advance so that we can be prepared. Specific subject matter or questions can be emailed to [email protected]. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and meet with department staff and individual trade inspectors in a group setting, so that others can learn from your questions, or individually after the presentation.
To help us better plan, please RSVP to Travis Johnson at (231) 439-8994 or via email [email protected] by March 8, 2024
Refreshments will be provided.
We hope to see you there!
The Emmet County Construction Resources Committee will meet prior to this event at this location – 8:30 a.m. Feel free to show up early if you wish to attend this meeting. The CRC Meetings, held quarterly, are open to the public.
Emmet County reserves the right to cancel this event if health restrictions prohibiting this type of gathering are instituted, or for inclement weather. Notification of cancellation will be announced in advance if necessary.
Good Hart Artist Residency, the Headlands International Dark Sky Park, and Little Traverse Conservancy offer a chance to sharpen the senses with Good Hart Artist Residency Composer-inResidence Susan Mayo. Mayo is a soundscape artist, composer, and cellist. Participants will embark on a guided hike beginning at sunset, led by Susan Mayo and assisted by Little Traverse Conservancy guides. Participants will silently observe the night music of nature, allowing the dark skies to help them tune in deeply with their ears and hear the magic of sounds that are easily missed if you aren’t paying close attention. Later, participants will gather in the Waterfront Event Center to hear works guided by the muse of nature sounds and composed and played by Susan Mayo.
Seeing the northern lights is a top bucket list item across the world. While the aurora is always present somewhere across the planet, knowing when and where to find the mysterious lights is challenging. A quick google search on the topic can leave you in a state of confusion. Ross Ellet is a Meteorologist for the ABC station in Toledo, OH. He is also an avid photographer that chases the monsoon storms in Arizona each year, and chases the aurora in Michigan to Alaska. He will share his experiences and photographs, but more importantly, he will break down the science of the aurora and explain how to make a plan to see the northern lights and make that dream a reality!