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SYCA - Auditorium

City Works

City Works explores how Sturgis grew from a tiny settlement to a city of the 21st century. This film is presented by the Sturgis Historical Society as part of the Windows to Our Past documentary series.

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City Works

Time & Location

Nov 19, 2021, 7:00 PM

SYCA - Auditorium, 201 N Nottawa St, Sturgis, MI 49091, USA

About the event

For almost 200 years the residents of Sturgis, MI, have worked together to make their town a great place to live. City Works explores how Sturgis grew from a tiny settlement to a city of the 21st century. Learn more about all departments of our city government, including police, fire, water, library, sewers, electric, cemetery, parks & recreation, the Doyle Center, and the Sturges-Young Center for the Arts - all the things that make Sturgis a great place to live.

This film is presented by the Sturgis Historical Society as part of the Windows to Our Past documentary series. Sponsored by the City of Sturgis, Sturgis Area Community Foundation, and the Newell A. & Grace A. Franks Fund (a fund within the SACF).

Tickets are available online through the Sturgis Box Office, The Sturgis Historical Museum - At the Depot, The Sturgis Area Chamber of Commerce, Willer's Shoes, and York Mercantile.

General Admission Seating. Wheelchair seating is available.

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