TALK OF THE TOWN: JAN 21, 2021
Kudos: HumaniTea and Harbor House for raising awareness and funds for Human Trafficking.
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WEEK IN REVIEW
- HumaniTea: Recognized National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Their mission is to raise awareness and funds for this cause.
- Snyder’s Shoes: Winter Sale started
- Sportsmans: Igloos opened for public reservation
- Todd & Brad Reed Photography: New Puzzle debuted
- Red Rooster: Take Two Tuesday’s a day early! Tuesday’s for the rest of winter, our light up Rooster will be blue which means you take two!! With every drink you buy, you get two punches
- Pierrot Studio of Hair: Please welcome Heather Heaney-Yenglin to the salon
- Chocolate Walk announced
- Krave Frozen Yogurt: Pre-orders for Valentine’s Day treats
- LACA: closing reception for January exhibit
THURSDAY – January 21
- Nat’l Granola Bar Day
- SANDCASTLES: Coffee Filter Snowflakes
- Kristin Korendyke from Sandcastles
- Eugene Jorissen from Avenue’s End Mini Mall and Tours
FRIDAY – January 22
- SANDCASTLES – Freaky Friday
- LIBRARY – Family Fun Bags
SATURDAY – January 23
- Nat’l Pie Day – Get some at Old Hamlin
SUNDAY – January 24
- Nat’l Beer Can Appreciation Day – First canned beer was sold by American company Krueger Brewing on January 25, 1935. By the way, there is a can shortage – BYO 6pk
- Tracy Scheid from The Tailor Shop
MONDAY – January 25
TUESDAY – January 26
- Michigan’s Birthday
- The name Michigan is based on a native American (Chippewa) word; “meicigama” (meaning “great water,” a word referring to Lake Superior). Thirty-two counties in Michigan also have names drawn from native American languages (as do many other state names).
- Fun facts
- 3000 miles of shoreline – Only state with more shoreline is Alaska
- BUT Michigan has the longest freshwater shoreline in the world
- Never more than 6 miles from a body of water and never more than 85 miles from a great lake.
- Nat’l Plan for Vacation Day – plan to vaycay in Ludington!
- 1926 John Logie Baird gave the first public demonstration of television in his London lab. Which reminds Jen…
- Did you know Ludington Daily News has a section – The Scene – with a TV Guide that includes streaming services?
WEDNESDAY – January 27
- Nat’l Chocolate Cake Day
- Virtual Business After Hours 5:30-6:30pm
West Shore Bank and Rotary Club are the hosts.
West Shore Bank is giving away a $10 Downtown Ludington Gift Certificate to the first 50 registrants.
Meet new Chamber members, share what’s happening at your business and win great prizes.