Community Calendar

Check here for events all over Beaver Island (including the BIC Center). We also have agenda, weekly and monthly views of the calendar as well as and agenda view of events at the BICC.  Looking for WVBI’s program schedule? Check here.

Want to see your event here? Use the handy “+Post Your Event” button in the upper right hand of the calendar below.  It’s that friendly orange one down there. More information on posting your event is here.  Or, send and email with the details to calendar@wvbi.net. Be sure to include a description, the date and time, any cost, whether reservations are necessary and the name, email address, postal address and phone number of a person who can be contacted for additional details.  All of this information may be included in the calendar entry we post.

Want to put this calendar on your website? We are happy to share. You can use our RSS feeds or we can send you code to embed the calendar as a widget on your site. Just send us an email at calendar@wvbi.net for instructions.

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If you know of an event feed you think belongs in this calendar, paste its iCalendar (.ics) feed’s URL below. If approved, its events will be added to this calendar.

Get Your Own Calendar

If you already have your own WordPress website, it’s easy to install your own All-in-One Event Calendar from Timely:

  1. Browse to time.ly/get-your-own-calendar.
  2. Download the free All-in-One Event Calendar plugin.
  3. Log into your WordPress dashboard.
  4. Browse to Plugins > Add New > Upload.
  5. Choose the .zip file you just downloaded, and click Install Now.

That’s it! You’ll have your own All-in-One Calendar up and running within minutes.

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Beaver Island Eco Fair @ Heritage Park
Jun 28 – Jun 29 all-day
Beaver Island Eco Fair @ Heritage Park
12:00 am
‘The Beaver Island Eco-Fair is a celebration of nature and sustainability. Our focus is awareness and promoting solutions in ecology, renewable energy and local food systems. The fair features local and regional green vendors, sustainable technology, arts, music, environmental action & education organizations. The mission of the Beaver Island Eco-Fair is to showcase sustainable solutions,[...]
Jun 28 @ 7:00 pm – Jun 29 @ 9:00 pm
Samuel Seth Bernard & Levi Taylor @ Heritage Park
7:00 pm
Born and raised on Earthwork Farm in rural Northern Michigan, Seth Bernard was brought up in the folk and farmstead culture with an enriching integrative experience of the arts, agriculture, and community. In 2001, Seth founded Earthwork Music, a renowned Michigan-based collective of successful independent musicians who focus their efforts on environmental advocacy, social justice,[...]
Jun 29 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Peter Sinclair - Climate Change & Energy Solutions @ Holy Cross Hall
7:00 pm
PETER SINCLAIR is a world – renowned videographer of Climate Change and a Michigan-based Advocate for Clean Energy Initiatives. He will share stunning footage from Greenland and his ‘Dark Snow’ Collaborate Project with climate change scientists. THE CLEAN ENERGY REVOLUTION! Peter also has exciting information to share with us on the Renewable Energy Revolution and[...]
The Bootstrap Boys - Beaver Island Mac Party
9:00 pm
The Bootstrap Boys are a four-piece country band based in Grand Rapids, MI, The Bootstrap Boys have developed a unique sound that takes ita cues from that particular mix of country and gospel found in the small churches of rural Michigan, spiced with the redneck flavor of the small town honky tonks of the Midwest.[...]
Jesse Ray & the Carolina Catfish @ Shamrock Bar & Restaurant
Jul 17 @ 9:30 pm – Jul 18 @ 12:30 am
Jesse Ray & the Carolina Catfish @ Shamrock Bar & Restaurant
9:30 pm
Jesse Ray and the Carolina Catfish is simplicity with volume. This band boasts Jammie awards for all three of their studio works published. They will bring the live performance you have yearned for. With Jesse Ray’s powerful guitar, cutting harmonica, and rockin’ vocals, to  Dingo Hopp’s audacious percusion. Jesse Ray and the Carolina Catfish have[...]
Beaver Island Music Festival – The Line Up @ Beaver Island Hideaway Campground
Jul 18 @ 6:00 pm – Jul 21 @ 1:00 am
Beaver Island Music Festival - The Line Up @ Beaver Island Hideaway Campground
6:00 pm
Plan to come on out for this amazing line-up! Bigfoot Buffalo, Cluster Pluck, Ed Palmer, Escaping Pavement, Falling Through April, Flexadecibel, G-Snacks, Hymn for Her, Jesse Ray & the Carolina Catfish, Jo Serrapere & John Devine, Loren Cole, Moonbeau, The Bootstrap Boys, The Hacky Turtles, Zaynab Wilson, Dave Boutette & Kristi Lynn Davis, Shelly Smith[...]
Jo Serrapere – BIMF After Glow @ Shamrock Bar & Restaurant
Jul 21 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Jo Serrapere - BIMF After Glow @ Shamrock Bar & Restaurant
3:00 pm
Earthwork Collective artist Jo Serrapere (sarah-pear), a songwriter from Detroit, Michigan, started playing guitar at 23 when seeking out lessons from Delta Blues guitarist, Shari Kane. Shortly thereafter, Jo began writing her own songs while completing her college studies in clinical psychology. She now plays at music venues throughout the United States as well as maintaining a successful psychotherapy practice and raising her delightful daughter. [...]
The Matchsellers @ Shamrock Bar & Restaurant
Aug 2 @ 9:30 pm – Aug 3 @ 12:30 am
The Matchsellers @ Shamrock Bar & Restaurant
9:30 pm
As featured on NPR’s Mountain Stage Radio Show, The Bluegrass Situation and Bluegrass Today, the Matchsellers are Warsaw, Indiana native Andrew Morris and Julie Bates of Kansas City, Missouri. Their exciting, gritty, and often hilarious stage show has been developed over 6 years of touring across the US and Europe. The two met while working[...]
The Legal Immigrants - BI Run - Weekend Appearances
12:00 am
The Legal Immigrants are four battered souls banded together in Grand Rapids, MI. Their genre-phobic style has something for everyone, and everything for some. Vocals, Guitar / BootsLead Guitar / Ben TaberBass / Kevin KitschDrums / Marcus James Brought to you by (PARC) Patrons of the Arts in Rural Communities