NEWS FLASH!!!! The Hiawatha Music Co-op is developing a "2015 Wednesday Night Concert Series" for traditional music.
Local performers interested in participating in our 2015 Wednesday Night Concert Series are invited to submit a letter of interest to our email address at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Co-op is committed to providing and promoting traditional American music through a variety of performance events.
Read our 2014 Fall Newsletter
Thanks to everyone who came out for the Annual Members Meeting on November 1st! Special thanks to those who joined or renewed their Membership! And special thanks to our fabulous entertainment - Our Augusta Scholarship recipients Jamie, Josh, Brian and Walt; All Strings Considered; and Nick Adams and the Aral Sea Divers!
Make plans to visit the exhibit at the Beaumier U.P. Heritage Center in NMU's Cohodas/Admin. Building.
Hours are 10-4 Monday -Saturday through January 2015. Please join us for this walk down memory lane!
Another fabulous weekend!
Thanks to all Area Coordinators, Monitors and Volunteers - you make it happen!!! Thanks to all the musicians, sound folks and dancers for your endless hours of music and fun!
Mark your calendars
for Festival 2015 - July 17, 18, 19
Our 2014 Main Stage Line-up!
- Robin and Linda Williams
- Run Boy Run
- Ventucky String Band
- Jonathan Byrd
- Susan Werner
- The String Doctors- Joel Mabus and Ray Kamalay
- Harp, Hart & Bones
- Good Lovelies
- Woodland Sky Native Dance
- Teen Scene Saturday Night Dance performers
- Tin Can Gin and Dragon Wagon
The HMC Archive Committee is in full swing!
You can help create an Archive Library by sending in your memories in a questionnaire that we have designed to preserve the history of the Co-op. Take a minute and read all about it and then complete the questionnaire- email or snail mail either way is fine... or..... send your completed questionnaire in with your Thursday Night Lottery Application.
click here for Questionnaire
2013 Festival Main Stage performers.
Econo "We Share" program
Bring Hiawatha your receipts from Econo Foods. We now participate in the store's We Share program and can receive 1% of the total of receipts we turn in. You may leave your receipts at our office (129 W. Baraga, Suite B, in the Children's Museum block, across from Garden Bouquet and Design). We are also able to turn in receipts from Econo stores outside of Marquette. If the office is closed, just slide receipts under the door. You may also bring receipts to any Hiawatha event or mail them to PO Box 414, Marquette, MI 49855. Thanks for your help!
Office hours November 2014
- November 4 - 12-5
- November 5 - 12-4
- November 11 - 12-5
- November 12 - 12-4
- November 18 - 12-5
- November 18 12-4
- November 25 - 12-5
Located at 129 W. Baraga, Suite B, in Marquette. We check our messages throughout the week.
The Hiawatha Music Non-Profit Corporation is organized exclusively to provide and promote traditional music and dance, educate and inform society on traditional American music and encourage the appreciation of such music through the facility of an annual traditional music festival.
All operations are exclusively for charitable and educational purposes, and for the promotion of social welfare.