Elizabeth Lane Oliver Center for the Arts; Cooking Series Beer, Bread and Butternut Squash Soup; Sunday, February 18, 12:00 - 3:00 p.m. The venue alone is worth a visit to the Oliver Center for the Arts in Frankfort. This painstakingly renovated former Coast Guard Station is home to this beautiful center that advances the arts - visual, performing, literary  - and yes, culinary too!  In light of that, home chef Mark Videan will be hosting a hands-on cooking class that is all about fresh bread - made with beer no less! - and a delicious, warming gingery squash soup.  Sounds like a perfectly yummy Sunday in a perfectly inspiring place for a warm winter lunch surrounded by art, beauty and new friends.   Virtue Farm; Winter Wassail at Virtue Farm; February 17, 12:00 - 7:30 p.m. Tomorrow it’s wassailing time!  Wassail comes from an ancient yuletide English drinking ritual to ensure a good harvest for the following year. So come on out to Virtue Cider to join in the merry festivities which includes blessing and toasting the orchard  - and each other! Eat savory hand pies, drink the finest hot mulled cider and lots of other libations. The lively music of the Detroit Party Marching Band will lead the revelry through the orchard and the bonfire lighting ritual, along with a bit of celebratory mask-making and wearing.  So come on out to Virtue, book a firepit or a greenhouse if you like, dress warm and get those marching boots ready to toast wassail and winter.   Salt of the Earth Concert Series ; Feb 18; 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Tucked away in the small town of Fennville lies a hidden gem of a restaurant.  A place where people praise the wonderful atmosphere and the fantastic food - rustic, classy - soulful.  An authentic farm to table experience…and with good reason!  But more about that in a second.  Sunday night you can snag a ticket for their very coveted concert series featuring the talented Michigan songwriters, Cole Hansen-Monte Pride and  Aaron James Wright. You're guaranteed to experience the best of both worlds - food and music.   Now back to the food - grab a bite before the concert and indulge in their delicious wood-fired pizza, salmon, steak, burger, or vegan mushroom crab cakes, to name a few.  And I’m thinking the wood-fired smores could just be the best dessert ever!