Welcome to the Camp Rotary Winter Carnival &Ice Fishing TournamentWinter fun for the WHOLE FAMILY!Father winter has looked kindly on Camp Rotary and we want to share our facility with YOU!Event participants can pre-register or purchase tickets at the door. â€‹All participants must submit a hold-harmless agreement upon arrivalDay Participant: $8.00Day pass includes:Ice Skating (bring your own skates)X-Country Skiing (bring your own or use ours)Snowshoeing (bring your own or use ours)Ice Fishing Intro to Ice Fishing ClassesSledding (bring your own or use ours)Various Winter Demonstrations Tournament Team*: $40.00 (2-3 people) *Limited to the first 40 teams Tournament cost includes:All "Day Pass" ActivitiesTournament Prizes1 Grand Prize Winner3 "Runner Up" PrizesLunch BasketCamp Rotary Insulated 16oz MugAdditional Tournament Information:Fishing Tournament Rules Click HEREMap of Camp Rotary Click HEREWinter Carnival Ice map Click HEREMap to Camp Rotary Click HEREBring additional money for the following:Silent Raffle Prizes:1 ticket - $1 | 5 tickets - $3 | 10 tickets - $5Place your ticket on the item you wantNeed not be present to win - winners are responsible for pick up of their prizes within 30 daysConcessions:Available 11am - 2pmIndividual items & baskets available$0.50 - $5.00Trading Post (Camp Store):CandyPopChipsIce CreamSlushiesGiftsClothingCamp Rotary SwagEvent SwagPlease check back to this page periodically for event and raffle/prize updates.*All proceeds benefit Camp Rotary programs
Location: Camp Rotary 3201 S. Clare Ave. Clare, MI 48617
Jan 8 Kickoff at HL Playhouse 6:00pm
Jan 22 Live Music Tent 6pm-10pm
January 23 Parade & Midway 12 noon-
January 23 Live Music Tent 12p-5:00pm
January 29 Polar Bear Dip 1pm & Carnival Rides 12p-5p
Location: Houghton Lake, MI at DNR Boat Launch
The Michigan Tech Music presents:THE MUSIC OF STEPHEN LIAS
This performance is part of New Music Weekend by New Music at Michigan Tech.___Featuring guest composer Stephan Lias.
Celebrating the Great Lakes, compositions include Lechuguilla, Imaginary Folksongs, Jeffrey Pine, and Songs of a Sourdough with vocalist Jared Anderson.
This performance is curated by Libby Meyer, Senior Lecturer for the Michigan Tech Visual and Performing Arts Department and Director of the Music Composition Program.
Can't make it all the way up to Michigan Tech, but want to see the concert? Stream it live bit.ly/rozsayoutube
DETAILS DATES 7:30 p.m. on January 22, 2022
LOCATION Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts Masks Required
TICKETS$15 Adults/$5 Youth Included with Experience Tech Fee
Get tickets ? https://bit.ly/33tpHn0
Location: Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts