Agricultural Society Charity Poker event
GRAND BLANC — The Genesee County Agricultural Society will be holding a charity poker event at the Grand Blanc Moose Lodge, 4043 Howe Rd. June 4-6. Poker will start at 4 p.m. through 2a.m. Both cash games and tournaments will be offered. Cash games will include $1/2 No-Limit Texas Hold-em, $2/4 limit Texas Holdem, $3/6 limit Omaha Hi-Lo, and $.25/.5 No-limit Texas Hold-em. Texas Hold-em tournaments will start every night at 7 p.m. with $30 entry-fee for $30,000 in tournament chips. Fifty-five percent of all proceeds go to benefit Genesee County Agricultural Society License #M96473. — P.S.
Gleason Community Fund to hold clay shoot
GRAND BLANC — The Gleason Community Fund, a non-profit organization for organ donor awareness, will hold the Gleason Clay Shoot and luncheon, June 15, at the Grand Blanc Huntsman’s Club, 9046 Irish Rd. Registration at 9 a.m., clay shoot begins at 10 a.m. Cost is $150 per shooter or $1,000 per a team of six. Cash prizes for the top two shooters and there will be a door prize raffle. Lunch will be catered by Cranberries Restaurant in Goodrich. Sponsorships available. Levels of sponsorships are: Double Barrel – $5,000; 12 Gauge – $2,500; 20 Gauge – $1,000; 28 Gauge – $500; and station sponsor – $250. Details: Call 810-964-1973. — G.G.
Children’s Museum fundraiser
FLINT — The Flint Golf Club, 3100 Lakewood Dr., will host the Flint Children’s Museum’s Hollywood Gala (an adult event to benefit children), June 15 from 6 – 11 p.m., brought to you by Idealease, Inc.! The event includes dinner, dancing, silent auction, and a 50/50 raffle! Various sponsorship levels are available. Tickets available: flintchildrensmuseum.org/support-us/donatenow/ or call 810-767- 5437. Details: email@example.com — P.S.
Flint Pride Festival
FLINT — Flint Pride hosts the 8th annual Gay Pride festival June 23 from 2 – 8 p.m. at Riverbank Park, 328 Saginaw St. June 23rd 2-8 p.m. This Pride event is to take a positive stance against discrimination and violence toward the LGBTQ+ community, celebrate diversity in our city, affirm gay and transgender individuals, and increase visibility and to build a sense of community. Entertainers, Vendors and Sponsors needed. Open to the public, $5 suggested donation. Details: facebook.com/events/586252278386045 — P.S.
Flint history exhibit
FLINT — The Sloan Museum, 1221 E. Kearsley Street will host
“An Equal Opportunity Lie: The making of a segregated city”, featuring objects and images from their collection, this exhibition examines the housing segregation that characterized Flint’s residential development, as well as efforts to wrest the city free from discriminatory housing practices. Through May 27. Details: sloanlongway.org/ anequalopportunitylie/ — P.S.