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Here’s a look at some of the top bets for your night out with that special someone   Butterflies in Bloom This interactive exhibit features thousands of brilliantly colored butterflies from countries around the world emerging from their chrysalis, feeding and flying all within the tropical environment of the Dow Garden’s conservatory. Space is limited. To ensure availability, purchase your tickets in advance. Visit dowgardens.org/butterflies for more details.   When: March 6 to April 19 Where: 1809 Eastman Ave., Midland Tickets: Included with Dow Gardens admission   “Unraveling Magicians” Come celebrate as “Unraveling Magicians,” a new musical by Ryan Sequin, has its debut performance on the Saginaw Valley State University StudioXP stage in the Black Box Theatre. After discovering a book of spells, the royal family of Gwynedd dives headfirst into a world of magic. The story is adapted from the Mabinogion, a collection of medieval Welsh folktales. For more information, visit svsu.edu/theatre/.   When: March 27-28 Where: 7400 Bay Road, University Center, Saginaw Tickets: $15   Formal Japanese Tea Ceremony Through March 14, $10 with reservations, Japanese Cultural Center and Tea House, 527 Ezra Rust Drive in Saginaw, japaneseculturalcenter.org   “Finding Neverland” March 12, $32.50-$67.50, Dow Event Center, 303 Johnson St. in Saginaw, doweventcenter.com/events/finding-neverland   Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” March 12-15, $10 for adults and $5 for students, Bay City Masonic Temple, 700 N. Madison Ave. in Bay City, facebook.com/pg/FriendsOfTheMasonicTemple/events   St Patrick’s Day with Irish Music Legend Rory Makem March 17, $20, The White Crow Conservatory of Music, 3736 Mackinaw St. in Saginaw, whitecrowconservatory.com   Dog Days Winter Romps March 19, Imerman Memorial Park, 3495 Midland Road in Saginaw, saginawcounty.com/departments/parks___recreation/index.php   “An American in Paris” March 25, $32.50-$67.50, Dow Event Center, 303 Johnson St. in Saginaw, doweventcenter.com/events/an-american-in-paris  

Here’s a look at some of the top bets for your night out with that special someone
 
Butterflies in Bloom
This interactive exhibit features thousands of brilliantly colored butterflies from countries around the world emerging from their chrysalis, feeding and flying all within the tropical environment of the Dow Garden’s conservatory. Space is limited. To ensure availability, purchase your tickets in advance. Visit dowgardens.org/butterflies for more details.
 
When: March 6 to April 19
Where: 1809 Eastman Ave., Midland
Tickets: Included with Dow Gardens admission
 
“Unraveling Magicians”
Come celebrate as “Unraveling Magicians,” a new musical by Ryan Sequin, has its debut performance on the Saginaw Valley State University StudioXP stage in the Black Box Theatre. After discovering a book of spells, the royal family of Gwynedd dives headfirst into a world of magic. The story is adapted from the Mabinogion, a collection of medieval Welsh folktales. For more information, visit svsu.edu/theatre/.
 
When: March 27-28
Where: 7400 Bay Road, University Center, Saginaw
Tickets: $15
 
Formal Japanese Tea Ceremony
Through March 14, $10 with reservations, Japanese Cultural Center and Tea House, 527 Ezra Rust Drive in Saginaw, japaneseculturalcenter.org
 
“Finding Neverland”
March 12, $32.50-$67.50, Dow Event Center, 303 Johnson St. in Saginaw, doweventcenter.com/events/finding-neverland
 
Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar”
March 12-15, $10 for adults and $5 for students, Bay City Masonic Temple, 700 N. Madison Ave. in Bay City, facebook.com/pg/FriendsOfTheMasonicTemple/events
 
St Patrick’s Day with Irish Music
Legend Rory Makem
March 17, $20, The White Crow Conservatory of Music, 3736 Mackinaw St. in Saginaw, whitecrowconservatory.com
 
Dog Days Winter Romps
March 19, Imerman Memorial Park, 3495 Midland Road in Saginaw, saginawcounty.com/departments/parks___recreation/index.php
 
“An American in Paris”
March 25, $32.50-$67.50, Dow Event Center, 303 Johnson St. in Saginaw, doweventcenter.com/events/an-american-in-paris
 

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