“Sail Charlevoix (Lake Charlevoix Mariners, Inc.) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit charitable educational organization, dedicated to supporting the development and access to youth and adult sailing opportunities for our community. Since 1985, we have served hundreds of students every year, many of whom wouldn’t otherwise have the opportunity to access Lake Charlevoix without our affordable programs and two, Boyne City and Charlevoix locations. We aim to offer students of all levels, a learn-to-sail (or race) program, with an on-the-water and classroom approach, while providing a safe, informative, and hands-on experience for all.”
Opening in 2021, Training Wheels Childcare Center, Inc. will provide daycare services to East Jordan area families needing care for children younger than Kindergarten age. Separated into three rooms in order to enhance children’s opportunities in a developmentally appropriate atmosphere, Training Wheels Childcare Center will strive to live their mission: provide quality childcare by promoting the growth of physical, cognitive, social and emotional needs while recognizing that each child in our care is unique and treasured.
Tours for potential new families are welcome.
Keeping the history of East Jordan and the surrounding area alive.
Board / Membership meetings are 2nd Wednesday at 6:00 PM at various locations.
Downtown museum open during business hours of City Hall on Main Street.
Antrim Conservation District serves the county by providing relevant, unbiased factual information and best practices to enhance and conserve our county’s natural capital.
The mission of the South Arm ORV Club is to educate and promote a safe and family fun environment for the sport of ORV’s through club activities and public education of ORV laws pursuant to the State Of Michigan.
Meetings: 2nd Monday of the month, 6:00 PM at the East Jordan Sno-Mobilers Club House – Mt. Bliss Rd.
The Jordan Valley Fiddlers Jamboree, Inc. is a Michigan nonprofit, consisting of 3-12 members located in Northern Michigan, whose mission is: “To promote, maintain and pass down traditions of old time fiddle music and dancing.” Currently, this is achieved by offering an annual jamboree and dance on the last Saturday in April with the proceeds, after expenses, distributed to applicants interested in pursuing some course of study related to the playing old time fiddle music, dance calling or old time dance. The organization raises money by selling ads in its annual program, taking donations at the door the day of the event and offering food and other items the day of the event.
A non-profit organization providing year-round programs, experiences, and companionship to children with cancer and their families, at no cost.
The Antrim County Fair is an annual community based event focusing on local youth and 4-H groups, local crafts, and businesses. There are many activities including equestrian events with multiple age groups and classes.
There is the market and showmanship divisions for swine, cows, poultry , sheep and other animals. Also included in the activities are local performers, craftsmen and educators. There is a exhibition barn that houses the many crafts, foods, photo and art exhibits. A small animal barn that houses the many ducks, chickens, turkeys, rabbits and other small animals that participate in the fair activities.
There is a veterans day, senior citizens day and kids day where we have all kinds of activities geared towards kids! And adults that think they are still kids! We have many local entertainers and vendors. So please come join us at the Antrim County Fair.
August 10 – 12, 2017
Kiersten’s Ride is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing help, hope, and healing through suicide prevention programs in Northern Lower Michigan. We are committed to raising awareness in our community so that future acts of suicide may be prevented.
Welcome to the Camp Daggett Adventure Center (CDAC). Experiential education, team-building opportunities, and low/high ropes challenge courses offer empowering moments for growth in challenging, safe and fun environments. For some, this type of learning environment may seem unique, but whether you feel right at home, or you find yourself a little bit hesitant; the programs provided at the CDAC are designed as an “invitation to learn” for all participants. It is in that same spirit, that we invite you to explore and learn more about all that the CDAC and its wonderful programs have to offer. We are ready to share in an unforgettable experience, and we hope you are too!
Teens will have a place to BE: safe, accepted, supported, entertained, fed, mentored, and loved.
Offer teens a path to BECOME: connected, confident, responsible, equipped, and an adult follower of Jesus.
To introduce teens to Jesus
Organization for HR professionals.
The Jordan Valley Community Band is celebrating it’s 30th anniversary during the 2020 season. The band will hold a special 30th Anniversary Concert on May 3rd at 7:00 PM. Our volunteer musicians range from students to senior citizens that rehearse at the East Jordan High School Band room on Thursday evenings from 7-9 PM. Rebecca Palmiter directs this group of musicians who represent Antrim, Charlevoix, Emmet and Otsego Counties. The annual winter concert is the first Sunday in December, the annual spring concert is the first Sunday in May. These concerts are held at the East Jordan High School auditorium at 3:00 PM (May 2020 Concert at special time – 7:00 PM) and are free. Following the May concert, the audience is cordially invited to an Afterglow to celebrate our anniversary. During the month of July, the band performs in the bandshell in East Jordan’s Memorial Park on Thursday evenings at 7:30 PM. New members are always welcome. For further information, call Rebecca Palmiter, Director at 231-675-0543. The Jordan Valley Community Band is a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization.
World Class Music – Right Here At Home!
The Vision of the Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra is that we will be
“the Resident Chamber Orchestra of Northern Michigan that produces a sustainable,
high-quality product that delights the community.”
Ellsworth Elementary. Our school which is part of the Ellsworth Community School district, houses students in grades PK-5. Recognized by the Center for Michigan as the 5th out of over 600 elementary buildings in Michigan, we pride ourselves on academic achievement, small class sizes, and individual attention for every student.
In addition to traditional curriculum offerings, all students receive instruction in art, music, physical education, and computers. After-care is available to all students as part of our Club Lancer Program.
Ellsworth Middle/High School. Our school which is part of the Ellsworth Community School district, houses students in grades 6-12. Recognized by the Center for Michigan, State of Michigan, and US News & World Reports as one of the best schools in Michigan, we pride ourselves on academic achievement, small class sizes, and individual attention for every student.
In addition to traditional curriculum offerings, students can also participate in Agriscience, Graphic Design, Art, Building Trades, and our award winning Lancer Leap program. Free after school tutoring is available for all students.
Ebenezer Christian School was founded in 1945 by people of faith who wanted the Holy Bible to be the basis for the education of their children. We are a non denominational school who is open to all faiths.
Ebenezer Christian Preschool was founded in 2002. The preschool uses Zoo Phonics which is a method developed to make children strong readers at an early age. Research supports the focus of phonics in early reading programs and has many educational benefits for the student’s future.
We offer strings programs through the Crooked Tree Art Center for grades 3rd-8th Grade. Our students also participate in the public school band program grades 5th-8th.
Our students will be using iPad’s during the school year which will be integrated into their current curriculum. These will allow students to take advantage of teachable moments as well as have access to endless education at the touch of a finger. The teacher will incorporate online learning in all subjects and utilize apps that are created specifically for education.
Though we are a small school, we offer a great education in a loving environment and we strive to be an extension of the home. Please feel free to visit our website as well as our facebook page for more information.
Raven Hill Discovery Center is a regional science and technology center. It is located on 157 acres in a rural area of northwestern Lower Michigan next to the Little Traverse Conservancy’s Raven Ridge Nature Preserve. It is also a cultural, historical and art center. Raven Hill Discovery Center is the only place in northern Lower Michigan where children and adults can link science, history & the arts with hands-on activities and explorations both indoors and outdoors. Connections emerge through classes, exhibits and facilities that provide opportunities for all ages to learn, create, grow and play. The Center is located between East Jordan & Boyne City, just off C-48 at Pearsall Road. Can’t make it during regular hours? Call to schedule an appointment at your convenience. For more information, phone 231-536-3369 or toll free 877-833-4254 or email email@example.com. You can also check the Center’s website: http://www.RavenHillDiscoveryCenter.org for more information.
The Good Samaritan Family Services is a Christian service ministry striving to assist families in need.
HOURS: Tues. 10am-7pm, Wed.&Thurs. 10am-4pm, Fri.&Sat. 10am-2pm
SPECIALTY: Food Pantry & Resale Shop/ Mom & Tots Center, His House
Project Summary: Jordan Art Walk You are invited to submit a sculpture for placement in a new sculpture walk exhibit in East Jordan Michigan. Our goal is to integrate works of art into our city’s natural environment that will engage and resonate with our citizens and visitors. This is a collaborative project of the City of East Jordan, the East Jordan Area Chamber of Commerce, the Friends of the Jordan and the Jordan River Arts Council Project Description and Theme: The exhibit theme is our relationship to our abundant natural resource of water. This may include but is not limited to water activities, cycles, quality, wildlife, cultural concepts. Sculptures will be located along a route connecting the east and west sides of East Jordan. An attractive new municipal project, “Joining Jordan” now being completed joins the two parts of the city where the Jordan River empties into Lake Charlevoix. This project has added access to pedestrian, bicycle and motorized vehicle traffic. Sculptures will be placed on city property along this pathway and into the downtown area. We feel the two projects will only serve to complement each other. Budget Description: The sculptures will be in place for 3 years and will be for sale by the artist with a 20% commission to the committee. If sold, the work of art will remain in place until the end of the exhibit (or be replaced with another sculpture by the artist with approval of the committee) There is a stipend of $500 for the artists selected for the exhibit. Concrete pads will be provided to fit the works of art. Security and liability will be under the auspices of the city. Artists will be responsible for transporting, installing and de-installing the art work. Timeline: Please submit up to 3 entries digitally by March 31st to the East Jordan Area Chamber of Commerce for jurying (firstname.lastname@example.org). Multiple views of each sculpture may be submitted. Artists will be notified of acceptance by April 15th and installations will take place by June 1st. Requirements: A jurying committee of local artists and citizens will make selections based on the following criteria: (1). Artistic merit of the original work. (2). Art work must be of a safe design, construction, and have the ability to be safely secured. (3). Art work must be durable for outside display year- round. (4). Art must be compatible with the unique setting of the East Jordan environs. (5) A completed Information sheet shall accompany photographs of each piece submitted (please see attached).
Make your up north vacation the best one ever. Spend the day exploring the countryside and small towns and villages along C-48 the Breezeway.
The C-48 Breezeway is a well known scenic route connecting Atwood, Ellsworth, East Jordan and Boyne Falls. Not only is it the fastest route from point A (Atwood) to point B (Boyne Falls) but this 25 mile scenic rural ride is sure to please everyone. This scenic route offers everything from spectacular views, award winning cuisine, nature preserves, orchards, attractions, artisans, and much more. C-48 The Breezeway signs clearly mark its route through beautiful forests and valley vistas, drumlin carved hillsides dotted with orchards and various lakes along its way. Visit the website at www.ridethebreezeway.com
Chamber Chat Zoom Update with Mary H. Faculak – Contact the Chamber for Zoom Code
February 24, 2021 – 12:30 PM – 1:00 PM – Special Guest, DDA Chair – Tom Teske
County Wide Business After Hours – To be rescheduled – Date TBD
AREA FESTIVAL & EVENT DATES – 2021
Sno – Blast – February 19 – 20 – Some Events will take place
Coloring Contest sponsored by BC Pizza of EJ. Turn in Coloring pages by Feb. 11 to E.J.E.S Office or Chamber Office
Pages will be on display in downtown businesses. Vote for your favorite outside the Chamber Office, 100 Main Street