Jan 29 2019

Annual winter-time obstacle course and 5K race grows in popularity by Epicenter Mt. Pleasant

January 29th, 2019|Epicenter|

With several inches of snow on the ground and temperatures hovering around freezing, it’s hard for some to imagine that anyone would be outside for longer than necessary this weekend. Yet more than 400 people are registered to take part in the annual Man Vs. Mountain 5K obstacle race on Saturday, Feb. 2. And with registration

Jan 29 2019

Local teen taking community arts pavilion from concept to concrete by Epicenter Mt. Pleasant

January 29th, 2019|Epicenter|

While some teens might shy away from a multi-year, six-figure project, Taylor Idema isn’t stopping until she and host of community partners complete her vision of a new arts pavilion in Island Park . Idema, currently a senior at Mt. Pleasant High School, has gathered more than $200,000 and widespread government and community support for an

Jan 15 2019

Nineteen ways to stick to your resolutions by Epicenter Mt. Pleasant

January 15th, 2019|Epicenter|

As the calendar begins anew, so can you. Whether you want to improve your health, boost your finances, or get involved in the community, there are ample resources to help you stick to your goals right here in Isabella County. We've compiled some of our favorites below. Let us know what local resources you're tapping into

Jan 11 2019

Blog Takeover Presents: Man vs. Mountain 2019: Train to conquer! By Steve Hofer, Recreation Coordinator at the City of Mt. Pleasant

January 11th, 2019|Blog Take Overs, Events|

Train to conquer!  This is the motto for Man vs. Mountain in 2019, a winter obstacle course race, organized by the City of Mt. Pleasant and hosted at Mountain Town Station.  The event takes place the first weekend of February annually and puts a frigid twist on the traditional obstacle course races that take place during

Jan 8 2019

Snow days: No shortage of things to do in Mt. Pleasant this winter published by Epicenter Mt. Pleasant

January 8th, 2019|Epicenter|

The Mt. Pleasant Area Convention & Visitors Bureau kicked off the new year with the release of its 65 Days of Winter events calendar. Each day highlights a local business, institution, or special event, giving residents and visitors alike suggestions on how to spend their day in Mt. Pleasant. The list pairs perfectly with the community's

Jan 2 2019

65 Days of Winter

January 2nd, 2019|100 Days|

Jan. 1 - Happy New Year! Start 2019 off on the right foot by hiking to the summit of Bundy Hill - the tallest point in Isabella County at the First Day Hike with the Chippewa Watershed Conservancy.             View this post on Instagram              

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