The Central Park Players get back into the swing of the stage this weekend with the classic “Pippin.”
There’s the Michigan State/U-M game Saturday night, NFL games on Sunday and the baseball playoffs begin this weekend. There’s also some fun stuff away from your TV.
The cooler fall weather is here, so get outside this weekend and enjoy the leisurely ArtWalk and other events around town.
This year’s competition features 1,300 pieces of art on display at 179 venues.
The series continues the Knickerbocker Theatre’s tradition of showing new independent and foreign films for West Michigan.
The 2017 edition of ArtPrize in Grand Rapids runs Sept. 20 to Oct. 8.
This weekend’s weather may feel more like summer than fall, but the seasonal transition will be celebrated along downtown Grand Haven’s waterfront with the annual Salmon Festival and at Central Park on Sunday with the annual Community Picnic.
Grand Haven Main Street officials have announced the details about ArtWalk 2017, which begins Sept. 28 and lasts 11 days.
SPRING LAKE — Seth Glier and Birds of Chicago headline the annual Courtyard Concert at 2 p.m. Sunday in the courtyard behind Seven Steps Up, 116 S. Jackson St.
Summer might be over unofficially, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of activities to partake in this weekend!
Trains, chili and stars top this weekend’s list.
Hopefully, the weather is good for the slate of outdoor activities this weekend.
Walk the Beat music festival returns to Grand Haven on Saturday
The show features pottery, photography, acrylic paintings, watercolor paintings, jewelry, sculpture, glass, wood and metal.
The 2017 Coast Guard Festival is over, but there’s still (less-crowded) summer fun this weekend.