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Winter Flea Market

Winter Flea Market

Families can take advantage of a great shopping experience on Saturday’s in Muskegon.

There’s something for everyone at an array of booths with crafts, gift ideas, baked goods, produce, Deli’s, Greenhouses & so much more. Vendors are set up in a warm barn located at 242 W. Western Avenue in Muskegon all winter on Saturday’s from 9:00am-2:00pm through April 30, 2016.

Visit: www.visitmuskegon.com, click on the Ongoing Events for details.

Twisted Trails Antique Snowmobile Show Returns

Twisted Trails Antique Snowmobile Show Returns

For the twenty-second year, the public is invited to check out incredible antique winter machines.

Visit Twisting Trails Clubhouse & Grounds located at 5875 Ruprecht Road in Twin Lakes, Michigan for a fun, winter adventure with a warm Clubhouse offering breakfast & lunch.

Snowmobile enthusiast will witness seven classes, showcasing snowmobiles from years gone past for trophies & ribbons during this Antique Show on Saturday, January 16 from 9:00am – 4:00pm.

Cost: $5 per person OR $10 per vehicle at gate.

Call: (231)343-3230 or visit www.whitelake.org for more information.

Steel City Rovers to perform in New Era, Michigan

Steel City Rovers to perform in New Era, Michigan

Steel City Rovers are bringing their show, “Winter Tidings” to Morat’s Bakery and Pub Stage in New Era, MI on Saturday, November 28, 2015 at 7:00pm.

This group from Canada, performs a mix of old world Celtic seasonal standards, secular and non-secular works and some of their new compositions tailored for the season. An energetic show of toe tapping jigs, reals and uplifting songs. A great seasonal outing.

The cost for this great show is a $5.00 cover charge; dinner prices from $10.00 - $15.00 from the dinner menu.

Any additional information can be obtained by calling Mark Fletcher at 226-227-1064 or by e-mail at sadsquirrel@sympatico.ca

Movies on the Beach Family Night

Movies on the Beach Family Night

The final family movie night of the season takes place Saturday at Pere Marquette Beach, 3510 Channel Drive in Muskegon.

The beach is the place to be Saturday night for enjoying incredible views, touring the lighthouse or climbing to the top of the South Pierhead Lighthouse. There is something for everyone, including the final movie of the season, Despicable Me.

Bring some beach chairs or a blanket, sweatshirts or light jacket to shake off the night chill, even a picnic or snacks for a day of fun!

Cost is free but donations are encouraged.

Call (231) 724-6704 or visit the calendar at www.visitmuskegon.org for more information.

"21 Quilt Show" in Grand Haven, July 24th and July 25th

"21 Quilt Show" in Grand Haven, July 24th and July 25th

The Lighthouse Quilt Guild of Grand Haven will be hosting the “21 Quilt Show” in conjunction with the upcoming Coast Guard Festival. The quilts will be displayed from 10am – 5pm at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in Grand Haven, MI. Everyone is welcome.

What a great opportunity to see the many beautifully quilts displayed.

Admission is $6.00

USS Silversides Museum presents Great Lakes Film Series in July

USS Silversides Museum presents Great Lakes Film Series in July

USS Silversides Museum in Muskegon, Michigan will be presenting a series of films titled, Great Lakes Film Series: Storms, Shipwrecks, Rescues and History.

This series of four films will be presented on Wednesdays in July at 11:00am and then again at 2:30pm, beginning Wednesday, July 8, 2015, with Ric Mixter as creator and producer of the series of intriguing Great Lakes documentaries. He produced the outstanding video “Storm.” Below is the schedule for the series:

July 8: Cutter Rescues: Video and interviews of Coast Guard Members and crews rescued during perilous storms.

July 15: Edmund Fitzgerald: History and video of the birth and then the death of this ship on November 10, 2010 on the Great Lakes.

July 22: Bombs Away: A documentary about the closure of Selfridge Air Base and the departure of the bombers is shown and narrated.

July 29: Best of the Depth: Lake Michigan

Historical Pump House in Holland open for Tours each Month this Summer

Historical Pump House in Holland open for Tours each Month this Summer

History buffs will certainly to want to check out the Pump House in Holland, MI. located directly north of the US Coast Guard Station at 2388 Ottawa Beach Rd. The Pump House will be open to the public on the third Thursday of each month from 3 – 5pm beginning June 18. The following dates will be July 16, August 20 and September 17.

Free parking is available in both the Black Lake Boardwalk’s east and west parking lots at 2278 Black Lake Ave. and 2358 Ottawa Beach Rd.

Since the dedication of this building in May was so popular, the Historic Ottawa Beach Society (HOBS) and Ottawa County Parks decided to provide the public with more opportunities to view the interior of the historic Pump House building over the summer.

The art in the building will still be on the walls for guests to enjoy. The SOBS is working to set up a historical storyteller for the July through September dates.