Events

Oct. 24, 2011: Online Learning Panel in Grand Rapids

Watch a recording of Tuesday's event. … more

Oct. 6, 2011: Debate Workshop: Thursday | Traverse City

Students are invited to sharpen their forensic skills.
For more information visit our 2011-2012 Debate Workshops… more

Oct. 5, 2011: Issues & Ideas Forum

The Future of Unionized Government

“The Future of Unionized Government” featuring Paul Kersey, Mackinac Center Labor Policy Director, David Masud, Managing Partner Masud Labor Law Group, Tom Eaton, Deputy Director of Human Resources, County of Oakland, and Barbara Ruga, Labor Lawyer, member of the Clark Hill Law Firm. … more

Oct. 5, 2011: Debate Workshop: Wednesday | Grand Rapids

Students are invited to sharpen their forensic skills.
For more information visit our 2011-2012 Debate Workshops… more

Oct. 4, 2011: Debate Workshop: Tuesday | Adrian

Students are invited to sharpen their forensic skills.
For more information visit our 2011-2012 Debate Workshops… more

Oct. 3, 2011: Ladies for Liberty

with author John Blundell

Please join Northwood University and the Mackinac Center for Public Policy on Monday, October 3, 2011 as we welcome author John Blundell and "Ladies for Liberty" at the Doan History Center in Midland. … more

Oct. 3, 2011: Debate Workshop: Monday | Livonia

Students are invited to sharpen their forensic skills.
For more information visit our 2011-2012 Debate Workshops… more

July 29, 2011: Friedman Legacy for Freedom Day

Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Dr. Milton Friedman

High school and college students are invited to join Students for a Free Economy on July 29 at The Henry Ford in Dearborn as we celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Milton Friedman. … more

 
 

Mackinac Center events help connect our supporters with experts from our policy staff as well as with the opinions and perspectives of nationally-known writers and speakers. In communities across Michigan, our events also serve to help expose new friends to the promises and possibilities of freedom and opportunity.