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Free Fishing Weekend Coming Up

Free Fishing Weekend Coming Up

For the Valentine’s weekend, it’s a free fishing weekend for residents and out of state visitors.

All fishing license fees are waived for two days in Michigan, February 13 & 14 from 6:00am – 10:00pm. This allows fishing enthusiasts to enjoy the chance to catch all types of fish on both inland and Great Lakes’ waters during their respective open season. Just remember that all regulations still apply.

Call: (517)284-5839 or email walters@michigan.gov for more information. Visit www.michigan.gov 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.

Muskegon Clippers Baseball Back For Second Season

Muskegon Clippers Baseball Back For Second Season

MUSKEGON, Mich., February 12, 2015 –Muskegon’s summer collegiate baseball team, the Muskegon Clippers, was a smashing success during its inaugural season in the summer of 2014. Smashing in more ways than one.  Not only did this wooden bat league defy the conventional wisdom of low scoring games but finished the year setting the leagues attendance record. The Clippers battled for the league championship right down to the last game of the year, where they just missed a chance to advance to the National Tournament.


The Muskegon Clippers, part of the Michigan Summer Collegiate Baseball League, is the brain child of local businessman and Clippers owner, Pete Gawkowski. Len Piasecki, president of the Muskegon Lakeshore Baseball Club, welcomed the summer tenant at historic Marsh Field.


My Town Muskegon: Midwest Luge Classic

My Town Muskegon: Midwest Luge Classic

MUSKEGON, Mich.-- Muskegon Winter Sports Complex will showcase the Midwest Luge Classic this Sunday, Feb. 15 at 2 p.m.

Luge competitors ages 8 and older from around the Midwest will race from the top of the Muskegon Luge track for the highly coveted Masley Cup.

The Sports Complex is located at 462 Scenic Drive in North Muskegon.  For more information, call 1-877-879-5843 or visit www.msports.org.

Michigan Winter Try-Athlon Returns Feb. 1

Michigan Winter Try-Athlon Returns Feb. 1

This 25th annual Winter Try-Athlon showcases three winter Olympic sports – ice speed-skating, cross-country skiing and luge!

This family-friendly competition is geared to those who have never encountered these type of sports. With no awards and no pressure to win, the whole family can experience winter sports of a lifetime and bring out their inner Olympian.

Bring the family to the Muskegon State Park located at 462 Scenic Drive North this weekend. Registration takes place 10am-11:30 in the Lodge. FYI: YOU MUST HAVE PROOF OF HEALTH INSURANCE!!

From 10 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. are the luging competitions; one practice, two race runs. Skating competitions run from noon to 2:30 p.m. The ski race goes off at 3 p.m. sharp whether you are finished or not at the other two venues. The cross country ski race begins at 4 p.m. (mass start).

Winter Sports Complex Season Events

Winter Sports Complex Season Events

For Immediate Release

Muskegon Winter Sports Complex Announces 30th Anniversary

Season Events and Adopt-A-Luge Program

North Muskegon, MI (November 5, 2014) – The 2014/2015 season marks the Muskegon Winter Sports

Complex’s 30th anniversary. In addition to announcing the dates and details for their annual events, the

Complex also plans to unveil their new Adopt-A-Luge program.

With a special 30-for-30 twist, the MWSC has purchased 30 new luge sleds, in honor of their 30th

anniversary, to replace the current sleds, which have been used since the luge’s inception.

“We want our visitors to know that we have the best sleds available in

the world, which you can use here locally on our track,” said Jim