Farm & Arts Markets
Markets in Farwell and Harrison serve up fresh and local:
• Michigan grown fruits and vegetables
• Hand-made arts and crafts
• Plants and flowers
• Eggs and baked goods
• Honey, maple syrup, jams & jellies
Farwell’s Farm & Arts Market is each Saturday from 9 am – 1 pm beginning late June in the park in downtown Farwell.
Harrison City Market is open all year Fridays and Saturdays from 9am – 4pm. Located at 122 N. 2nd Street in downtown Harrison.
The Wild Pumpkin
East of Clare on Beaverton Rd. 989-941-9562
Just east of Harrison on M-61 is The Fruitful Orchard & Cider Mill where you can enjoy freshly-picked apples and warm doughnuts while watching as they press apple cider. Call them at 989-426-3971.
Located in the heart of central Michigan just minutes south of beautiful Clare County is the Soaring Eagle Casino, the biggest and best gaming destination in the Midwest! In addition, the Soaring Eagle offers big name entertainment in a spectacular venue.
After the enjoyment of the Casino, spend a quiet night away from all the hustle of busy Mt. Pleasant, in one of Clare County’s inviting lodging facilities. All of our property owners are happy to make your stay a clean, comfortable and enjoyable experience. We invite you to “Experience Clare County” and see all that we have to offer!
Enjoy free concerts during the Summer Concert Series Thursday evenings in June and July from 6-8 pm under the water tower in the Clare City Park. www.cityofclare.org
Theatres & Plays
Enjoy live theatre and first-run movies in Clare County!
Ideal Theatre – Historic art-deco theatre showing first-run movies
607 N. McEwan, Clare
989-386-9968 • www.idealtheatre.com
Mid Michigan Community College Theatre Productions
989-386-6625 • www.midmich.edu
1410 N. McEwan, Clare, 989-386-2201
3185 N. Clare Ave., Harrison,
Miniature golf, batting cages, arcade room, go carts
501 W. Fairlane, Harrison – 989-539-3604
Art & Art Galleries
Let us invite you to stroll through art galleries, or take a
self guided tour of historic art found throughout the City
of Clare. Some of this art dates back to the depression era
through a “public works” program initiated by President
Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
Clare County Arts Council
Visit www.clarecountyartscouncil.info for information on
self-guided Quilt Block Trail and Depression Art Tour.
Click on these links to find out more information.