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2017 Summer Concert Series

 
 
Our Summer Concert Series returns Tuesday, July 11.  Join us in Lamb Steele Park beginning at 6:00 p.m. for a magic performance by Ray Champion and craft and activities by the Ruth Hughes Library and the Arts and Scraps Mobile!

In case of inclement weather, the activities will be held at Heritage Church, 543 N. Cedar Street.
A complete list of concerts can be found by clicking here.
 

Farmers' Market

 
 
The Farmers' Market is now open for the season.
 
Thursdays:  1pm- 6pm
Saturdays: 9am-1pm
 
The Market is held at the corner of Main Street and Third Street, May 4- October 21.  The Market accepts Debit Cards, EBT and WIC Project Fresh and offers Double Up Food Bucks.
 
We will have special events all season long:
 
First Saturdays is Little Sprouts Day- special activities for the kids
Second Saturdays- Cooking Demonstration by the Mulefoot Gastropub
Third Saturdays- Live music featuring Robyn Marriott
 
Third Thursdays- Crafter and Artisan Day
 
The Imlay City Farmers' Market is Farm Fresh and Locally Grown!
For information regarding becoming a vendor, please click here.
 
 

Welcome to Historic Downtown Imlay City!

 
 
Whether it is an abundance of things to do, or a pleasant smile and friendly atmosphere you desire, Imlay Cityís Historic Downtown Depot District offers both. Nestled amongst the quiet tree-lined streets of Michiganís Thumb Region, Downtown Imlay City provides locals and visitors a wealth of opportunity and possibility. With a great mix of businesses, outstanding service, and a pleasant environment, why go anywhere else? Please take a moment to visit our many shops, eateries and service establishments. We guarantee you will be greeted with a smile as you indulge in all Imlay City has to offer!
 
 
 

Downtown Art in Action

 
In the summer of 2016, the Imlay City Downtown Development Authority sponsored 'Downtown Art in Action'.  Two local artists, Randy Hughes and Hunter Pope, produced 14 pieces of large public art pieces in a one months time.
 
The artwork is displayed throughout downtown on the outside of buildings with 2 pieces located within City Hall, 150 N. Main Street, and the Ruth Hughes Library, 211 North Almont Avenue.
 
The artwork is meant to be enjoyed by all adding color and conversation to our downtown.
 
The DDA would like to thank Frontier Communications, the Imlay City rotary Club and Lions Club, Ian Kempf, Lapeer County FFA, JER Equipment Rentals, Tom Germayne and North Goodland Baptist Church for their help to make this program successful.
 
Enjoy your walk through downtown while experiencing the artwork.  For a description of each piece of art and a biography for the artists, please click here.
 

Buy Local

 
 
The Imlay City Downtown Development Authority and the Imlay City Area Chamber of Commerce are proud sponsor the ongoing Buy Local Campaign.

Why Buy Local?  Click here to discover the importance of buying local.
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