SPRING LAKE — Having the fireworks back helped make this year’s Spring Lake Heritage Festival one of the best ever, according to festival committee president Steve Van Belkum.
The last two car shows were in the Orchard Market parking lot. Organizer Mary Chittenden said the turnout for Friday night’s show was “excellent.”
Grillers cooked up 12,900 chicken wings Thursday at Spring Lake Heritage Festival's Wings on the Water. This year’s event at Mill Point Park attracted more than 1,100 people.
Most of this weekend’s list involves the Spring Lake Heritage Festival. So, you know where to go!
SPRING LAKE — With a move in the starting location for this year’s Heritage Festival's Dog Walk came a lot of new events and activities for dog owners, kids and pets.
Senior citizens sipped coffee, dunked doughnuts and bantered during bingo Monday at the Spring Lake Heritage Festival's Senior Day, which took place at Mill Point Park.
Saturday morning showers didn’t stop Feast of the Strawberry Moon organizers and attendees from enjoying a reenactment of the fur trade period in American History at Harbor Island.
This weekend, a trip back to the Grand Haven of the late 1700s can be found on Harbor Island and retro camping can be seen at P.J. Hoffmaster State Park.
The 2018 festival is July 27 to Aug. 5.
The 2018 Coast Guard Festival happens July 27 to Aug. 5.
West Michigan Historical Alliance staff dedicated to an accurate portrayal of the 18th century.
SPRING LAKE — All that's old will seem new again at the 15th annual Spring Lake Wooden and Classic Boat Show.
“We put it together to be a fun time but with a very serious message,” said Brad Carrier, chairman of Mermaid Megafest. “We’re delivering a message of freshwater preservation.”
At long last, summer is here. The Memorial Day weekend kicks off the party.
Old Fashioned Days is a six-day annual event organized and hosted by the Fruitport Lions Club.