Among the weekend fun, you can channel the John Phillip Sousa fan in yourself and enjoy some spectacular marching band shows at Grand Haven High School. Or maybe you’d rather party with the kitesurfing crowd.
ArtPrize opened Wednesday. “Masked” can be seen at the B.O.B.
A play, local home show and several concerts highlight our late summer (or is it early fall?) weekend.
The new school year takes a break for the Labor Day weekend.
The festival has been named one of Sunshine Artist magazine’s 100 Best Fine Art and Design Shows.
Taking a second look at one of my favorite television series.
It’s the last weekend before Coast Guard Festival begins, so enjoy!
Ferrysburg, and Grand Haven city and township residents will be asked to approve a six-year millage renewal for the Tri-Cities Historical Museum on Aug. 7.
Flowers, beach vaulting and star gazing are on the docket for this mid-summer weekend.
All the fireworks (literally) were Wednesday night, but this weekend still provides a handful of fun in the Grand Haven area.
Not quite the crazy, busy weekend we had last week, but there’s still exciting things happening in our area this weekend.
The 57th festival featured nearly 100 artists from West Michigan and across the country.
Hundreds of kids had the chance to show off their artistic touch during the Family Fun Day festivities on Saturday, June 23, 2018, at the Grand Haven Art Festival.
The weather was all over the place: Clouds, mist, rain, sun, fog and just about the same all over again on Sunday. But organizers say the sun came out enough to make this one of the best events ever.
The award winners in the 54rd annual MCC Student Art and Design Exhibition, featuring artwork of outstanding merit produced by leading student artists over the past academic year, were announced during a reception in Overbrook Art Gallery, where the exhibit continues through Sept. 6.