On Monday, March 27, you can help the Chelsea Chamber Players by eating a meal inside Jet’s Pizza. From 10 a.m. until midnight, a portion of the dine-in proceeds will be donated to CCP, so eat a pizza and support a performance.
The Rumpus Room at Jet’s Pizza recently announced that Laith Al Saadi, (NBC’s “The Voice” finalist and Ann Arbor native) will be opening for Nicholas David on Aug. 4 at a concert. For more information or to order tickets, click here. Jet’s is located at 506 N. Main St.
(Publisher’s note: Music will begin at 8 p.m. This information has been corrected in the story.) By Lisa Carolin After a very successful concert in Chelsea last summer, Rusted Root will be back again June 9 in the parking lot of The Rumpus Room at Jet’s Pizza, 506 N. Main Street with the event starting […]
By Lisa Carolin Jet’s Pizza, located at 506 North Main St. in Chelsea and owned by Jason and Suzei Povlich, has been growing, and so have the owners’ plans for summer concerts and a new home for children in Haiti. The Povliches run Project 418, the nonprofit that helps impoverished communities develop opportunities and sustainable […]
(Chelsea Update would like to thank Gary Dosey for the photo and information in this story.) The Beach Middle School wrestlers finished their season, 11-7, and the team’s end of the year party was held at Jet’s Pizza. “The wrestlers would like to send a big thank you out to Jet’s Pizza for again hosting […]
The Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce has tickets for the Feb. 12 Detroit Red Wings game vs. the Colorado Avalanche. Participants will meet at Jet’s Pizza before 5 p.m. and the cost per person is $65, which includes a ticket, charter bus, and beverages. The game starts at 7:30 p.m. and the bus leaves at […]
On Monday, Oct. 5, dine in at Jet’s Pizza and 10 percent of your bill will go to the Chelsea Music and Memory Project. The program trains caregivers and volunteers to build personalized musical playlists to help those with dementia-related illness. Through a grant from Chelsea Community Foundation, and support from Chelsea District Library and […]
The Chelsea City Council recently approved a request by Jason Povlich, owner of Jet’s Pizza, to host a benefit concert for Project 418, which needed both a temporary use and a noise ordinance variance to take place. Povlich plans to bring in Rusted Root, an acoustic band, for a special event inside a tent in […]
By Lisa Carolin What do Chelsea’s Jet’s Pizza, the Hope Center in Cité Soleil, Haiti, and the band Rusted Root have in common? They’re all connected to Project 418, the solution-driven nonprofit that Jason and Suzei Povlich began in an effort to work side-by-side with impoverished communities to develop meaningful opportunities that are focused on […]