About Randolph Themoose

Born and raised in Traverse City, Michigan. Sleder's Culinary Genius. Lucky to Kiss. Avid snowboarder and football fanatic. GO MICHIGAN Favorite Team: RED WINGS

Sleder's Closing Early For Party

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Friday, December 8th, 2016

Sleder's will be closing at 2:30 in the afternoon
for a private party.

Come celebrate a cold winter weekend with Randolph and his friends on Saturday and Sunday!


This Friday, hang out with your favorite Veteran and a lucky Moose!

veterans-day-quotes-wallpaper-4November 11 of each year is the day that we ensure veterans know that we deeply appreciate the sacrifices they have made in their lives to keep our country free.

Veterans Day is the day America sets aside to honor American military personnel who served protecting our freedom and those who died in battle or service to their country.

 This FRIDAY do something special - make a veteran you know happy. Hang out at the oldest tavern in Michigan with the luckiest moose in town! Grateful to all of our Traverse City veterans!

Plan Now For Bloomquists Concert on the Porch

 An entertaining way to finish off the Thanksgiving holiday, with The Bloomquists Sunday Afternoon Concert. Tickets on sale now!bloomquist

They met in 1975, played their show together in a band named Amaryllis at Grand Rapids' Festival of the Arts in 1976, and they've never looked back.

Ruth and Max Bloomquist, who live in Norton Shores, south of Muskegon, have since become veritable folk music legends in Michigan, captivating audiences with their songs, their harmonies and their folk-infused charm.

Ruth has earned her share of singing and songwriting awards over the years, often hailed by critics and publications across the country for her terrific alto vocals – a voice rightly compared to the likes of Anne Murray and Kathy Mattea.