New events and a focus on the Reimagine Project highlight of Winterfest 2018, set to take place at the end of January.
GRAND RAPIDS — Hometown celebrity Ginger Zee was back in West Michigan this weekend.
FERRYSBURG – William Ferry Park was ablaze with a bonfire Saturday evening when Santa rolled in on a fire truck, sirens blaring.
Are you more like Clark Griswold – stringing 25,000 twinkle lights around your house – or the Grinch, who would rather put a stop to Christmas?
Recipients of the state funding would include Ottawa County Parks, the City of Grand Haven and Crockery Township.
For me, every October marks the start of crunch time.
‘Tis the season – to watch Christmas movies.
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.
For the eighth year, a wide variety of local and regional musicians will perform in the “For Love of the Sally” concert series at Grand Haven’s D&W Fresh Market.
Local historian Wallace Ewing and Loutit District Library genealogy specialist Jeanette Weiden recently turned their focus on the columns of former Grand Haven Tribune editor Clarence “Tad” Poel for their book, “Focus on People.”
Thousands line the streets for annual Jingle Bell Parade
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.
One of the biggest shows in West Michigan is the Christmas Lite Show — an animated, drive-through light show at Fifth Third Ballpark in Grand Rapids.