SPRING LAKE — The annual St. Mary’s Parish Festival featured everything from a beer tent to a kids’ Tootsie Train.
The annual Grand Haven Salmon Festival returned for its 15th year on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 14-15. Despite construction along Harbor Drive, the annual festival drew big crowds to sample salmon dishes and participate in a variety of events.
From salmon fishing to delectable salmon dishes, this past weekend’s Grand Haven Salmon Festival was an overwhelming success.
Something smells fishy in Grand Haven this weekend.
Kids Food Basket Chief Operating Officer Afton DeVos said she was thrilled with the weather and the turnout at the fifth annual Chef Prize held Sunday at Hampton Green Farm.
Summer is winding down and school begins next week, but don’t let that stop you!
Emilie Dean, an aerialist and tight-wire walker with the Kelly Miller troupe, said a circus without exotic animals has created opportunities to expand the variety of acts. Its three-pole tent is now two poles.
The Kelly Miller Circus raised the big tent on Harbor Island on Wednesday morning for its 14th consecutive stop in Grand Haven.
The first-ever event will take place at Muskegon’s Pere Marquette Park from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Admission is $30, which includes all lessons and activities.
More art and downtown deals are out in the air in downtown Grand Haven this weekend.
22 entries sculpted in annual competition at Grand Haven City Beach
You survived another Coast Guard Festival and are looking for something to do this weekend. Well, here you go!
Crowder, Mercy Me, Casting Crowns, King & Country are all scheduled for main stage performances.
Many U.S. Coast Guard members said it was “an honor” to be selected for this year’s parade and the Coast Guard Festival is the highlight of the year.
Fireworks lit up the night sky during the finale of the 2018 Coast Guard Festival on Saturday, Aug. 4, 2018. (Tribune photos/Bob Walma)