Wade Rouse is the bestselling author who writes under the pen name Viola Shipman and he's coming to Fenton! On November 6th, The City of Fenton Arts and Culture Commission, along with the Fenton DDA, Open Book, and the Share Art Genesee grant program, welcome you to gather at the Fenton Community and Cultural Center for a night out featuring Wade Rouse himself! Included in the ticket price is a personalized and autographed copy of his newest book, The Wishing Bridge! Listen as Tessa and Wade talk about the history behind his stories and what inspires him! You can buy tickets to this event at www.fentontickets.com
On September 9th, The City of Fenton's Art and Cultural Commission with the support of Share Art Genesee presents "Once Upon a Time on the Shiawassee."
From 2:30-3:30pm on the lawn of Rackham Park, bring a blanket and your family for a FREE Storytelling event. Professional Storytellers, Jeff Doyle, Larry Castleberry, and Lou Ann Homan will entertain, delight, and inspire you with their creative and fun tales.
In the evening from 7:30-10pm at the Fenton Community and Cultural Center, the three Storytellers will be back for a ticketed 18+ show! It's the perfect date night for entertainment and laughs.
On episode two of 301 Leroy, Jeff Doyle joins us to talk about what storytelling is, how he discovered his talent, and gives us a preview of one of his favorite stories.
To buy tickets to the evening event, please use this link: https://www.fentontickets.com/
Have you ever wondered how city water gets to your home? Today I'm talking with Stephen Guy, the Water Plant Superintendent to talk about where our water comes from, how it's treated, and how residents can help keep our water clean.
Welcome to 301 Leory, the official podcast for the City of Fenton, Michigan. Today's episode features special guests, Scott Grossmeyer and Thomas Cole, to talk about how the freedom festival is planned, how a Grand Marshal is chosen, and what to expect at the 2023 4th of July Freedom Festival.