Winterfest is a week away, so let’s hope winter makes a return in time! Meanwhile, here’s some fun around town for this weekend.
They'll be mixing it up Saturday, Jan. 21, at the 11th annual Bloody Mary Mixoff at the Holiday Inn. The event takes place between noon and 5 p.m.
Friday night is going to be busy, but not so for the rest of the weekend.
Let’s face it: The first full weekend of 2017 isn’t an exciting time. But there really is more to do than watch a Detroit Lions playoff game (that’s Saturday night, BTW) — as unusual as that is!
Welcome 2017 with the crowd in downtown Grand Haven. It’s a party on the street, so dress warm!
We’ll top this weekend’s list off with spending time with the family on Christmas Eve (Saturday) and Christmas Day (Sunday).
Ice skating and “The Nutcracker” top this weekend’s things to do. It must be December!
The exhibit opens Thursday, Dec. 8, with a public reception and lecture by Calvin College Professor of Art and Art History Henry Luttikhuizen.
It’s time to get some holiday spirit! Grand Haven’s annual Jingle Bell Parade is Saturday night.
Backseat Driver celebrates their 20 years by giving back to their community with benefit concert Saturday night.
Tired of football and turkey yet? Shop locally, and maybe head a bit north for some weekend relief.
They’ll be lighting it up downtown and on the Grand Haven High School stage this weekend.
Mark Veterans Day on Friday, then go shopping on Saturday. Plus, a visit to Narnia at a local school and brass in the library.
Is it too late for a color tour? The forecast looks promising for both Saturday and Sunday!
Plenty of spooktacular Halloween-themed events taking place this weekend in and around Grand Haven.