Harvest Solar is ushering in a clean energy transformation on Michigan farms … and they are the Providing Sponsor for Harvest at the Commons dinner. Meet this forward-moving company.
When you volunteer for Harvest at the Commons, you get a free ticket to a delicious and fun dinner/dance that is the largest farm to table event east of Sacramento!
This year, we’re including a good old fashioned Raffle as part of our Harvest at the Commons celebration, Saturday at the Grand Traverse Commons. Instead of going to the highest bidder, everyone’s got a chance to win these awesome prizes.
Grupo AyÃ© has a bona fide local connection to the Grand Traverse region. Band founder Robert Mulligan spent part of his childhood in Omena in Leelanau County, where his mother lives. We caught up with Robert to learn more about the band, about his love for Latin music, and about his northern Michigan roots.
Groundwork’s annual Harvest at the Commons celebration is a community collaboration, and one that wouldn’t be possible without key partners who lend their talents, and their love for the northern Michigan community.
The Afro-Caribbean Salsa band Grupo AyÃ© will heat up the dance floor at Harvest at the Commons. In preparation for our annual celebration, we’ve partnered with local dance teacher Mykl Werth and Right Brain Brewery to offer four Salsa Dance lessons, beginning Sept. 11 and running every Monday night until Oct. 2. Sign up here.