Flowers, beach vaulting and star gazing are on the docket for this mid-summer weekend.
The first performance was Wednesday night; a second show is at 7 p.m. today.
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.
It’s a busy weekend in Grand Haven, with the annual Grand Haven Art Festival, Soccer in the Sand and the arrival of the Queen’s Cup sailboat race participants.
Most of this weekend’s list involves the Spring Lake Heritage Festival. So, you know where to go!
The premiere performance is at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 13, in the DeWitt Center studio theater, 141 E. 12th St. in Holland.
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.
“Shrek the Musical” marks No. 18 for the 17-year-old actress.
Memorial Day is in the rearview mirror, but we have a full summer stretching out before us. You can kick it off this weekend with the classic boat show at a Spring Lake park and a concert on the lakeshore.
The films are shown on LST 393’s huge screen on the top deck starting right after sunset, around 10 p.m. In August, films start about 9:30.
The production has a PG-13 rating.
“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.