*This event is sold as General Admission*
*At the artist's request, all audience members will be required to wear masks during this event, regardless of vaccination status*
Part of The Mendel Center Living Room Series
Note: Tickets from May's rescheduled September 19 concert will be accepted for this performance
Sometimes a book saves your life. It shows up just in time, and you cling to each page. They don’t always tell you love can be an endless stormy ocean, and when your dreams unravel, sometimes you need saving.
“Whatever happens to you belongs to you. Make it yours. Feed it to yourself even if it feels impossible to swallow. Let it nurture you, because it will.” - Cheryl Strayed (Tiny Beautiful Things)
This collection of love songs, named after the award winning book by author Cheryl Strayed, offers a look at how love deepens with time. How through our grief, our mistakes, our courage and vulnerability we find bigger and more meaningful ways to be in love.
“You will learn a lot about yourself if you stretch in the direction of goodness, of bigness, of kindness, of forgiveness, of emotional bravery. Be a warrior for love.” - Cheryl
Join us for an evening of love, all kinds of love. Let’s celebrate the miracles we find in our lives, in our joy and in our sorrows. We’ll meet in the moment and uncover the tiny beautiful things.
“Don't surrender all your joy for an idea you used to have about yourself that isn't true anymore.” - Cheryl Strayed
As the State of Michigan enters the COVID-19 Recovery Phase, The Mendel Center at Lake Michigan College is moving to a "masks suggested" policy versus the previous "masks required" policy of recent months. Specific events may still have required health-safety measures based on the artist or touring group's requirements. Visit specific event pages on The Mendel Center's web site or the day-of-event email sent out before each performance for information on COVID-19 precautions for individual events. The Mendel Center reserves the right to modify COVID-19 policies to comply with mandates or to help ensure the safety and well-being of its patrons should conditions change.
Please make the right choice and stay home if you are not feeling well.