Winter returns Friday, the forecasters say, but instead of whining about, downtown Grand Haven offers the opportunity to “wine” about it!
Oh, the weather outside is frightful; but the music inside will be so delightful!
It’s time to say adios to 2017 and welcome a new calendar.
MUSKEGON — When these former “community stars” were asked to participate in the 10th year of the Women’s Division Chamber of Commerce fundraiser, “Dancing with the Local Stars,” they didn’t hesitate to say yes.
OK, so Christmas shopping probably takes priority this weekend, but take some time to enjoy the holidays away from the stores.
When Grand Haven High School sophomore Alexandra Hodge saw the Grand Rapids Ballet's performance of “The Nutcracker” nine years ago, desire tiptoed into her dreams.
Santa, caroling in the park and the Journey to Bethlehem highlight the reason for the season this weekend.
Performance times are 7 p.m. Dec. 8-9 and Dec. 15-16, with 2 p.m. matinees Dec. 9 and 16.
This year’s tour includes two museums — the Olive Township Museum (the Olive Center School) and the Ottawa School — along with five local homes.
The Christmas parades in Grand Haven and Coopersville are just some of the holiday magic this weekend.
Renee Denslow and Christine Clover are hosting a Holiday Art and Good Living Show from 5:30-9 p.m. Thursday and 2-5 p.m. Sunday at Petty's Place, 17750 N. Fruitport Road in Spring Lake Township.
If you aren’t stuffed to the gills with Thanksgiving turkey, there are plenty of activities to feast on this coming weekend, from local holiday shopping to a handbell ensemble concert at First Presbyterian Church.
Light up the night in downtown Grand Haven on Friday, and catch shows at the local high schools this weekend.
Take a break from raking the leaves this weekend for a show, shopping and honoring America’s veterans.