Lapeer Property Management

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About Lapeer

The Holland Centinal's Website describes it this way:

With a population of just under 10,000, the city of Lapeer sits just north of I69 in the eastern part of Michigan, on the south branch of the Flint River. It is claimed the French and Indian traders named the city because of the rocky bed in the part of the river that flows through Lapeer — Le Pierre (the English translation of Lapeer) means stone in French.

  • With a population of just under 10,000, the city of Lapeer sits just north of I69 in the eastern part of Michigan, on the south branch of the Flint River. It is claimed the French and Indian traders named the city because of the rocky bed in the part of the river that flows through Lapeer — Le Pierre (the English translation of Lapeer) means stone in French.
  • Lapeer may be a small town, but it is big on sports talent. It is home to sports icons Kirk Gibson, formerly of the Detroit Tigers; Tom Wargo, professional golfer; Jake Long of the Miami Dolphins; Rob Rubick, former Detroit Lion and sports commentator; and Jake Long, formerly of the Miami Dolphins.
  • The entire city gets behind the Lapeer Days Festival, taking place this year Aug. 19, 20 and 21. The festival began in 1902, and continues to be a highlight of the summer activities in the town. The festival includes a parade, stages of free entertainment, a craft show, classic car show, and a dance competition. To learn more about the festival, visit lapeerdays.com.
  • While you're in town, check out the Pix Theatre, located at the corner of Nepessing and Court streets. The historic theater was restored by the Downtown Development Authority in 1997, and serves as home to local arts and community activities. The theater was built in 1941, by former show business hopeful George Smith. The grand opening movie was "The Bad Man" starring Wallace Beery, Lionel Barrymore and Ronald Reagan.
  • Next to the Pix Theatre is the Lapeer Center for the Arts. If you visit there before June 18, you can catch the Lapeer Art Association's annual all-gallery spring show. The show is open 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Or, if you're in town July 16, the Art and the Garden Tour is taking place 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tickets are $15. For more information, visit gallery194.com.
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