The Spring Lake Heritage Festival’s second annual Foam Party sprayed suds over a 40-by-60-foot grass area in front of the park’s stage.
SPRING LAKE — Kids packed the activity room at the Spring Lake District Library on Thursday to learn cartooning from local illustrator Kevin Collier.
As rain and mist cleared the area Thursday, smoke and scents rolled into Mill Point Park from the Spring Lake Heritage Festival's annual Wings on the Water event.
Wednesday was Family Fun Night at Mill Point Park.
Tuesday's Spring Lake Heritage Festival Dog Walk attracted pooches of all shapes, colors and sizes during a stroll from Mill Point Park to Old Boys' Brewhouse.
The 44th annual Spring Lake Heritage Festival will include Family Fun Night, foam, fireworks and more — and you’re invited.
SPRING LAKE — The Spring Lake Heritage Festival committee's 13th annual Bloody Mary Mixoff was moved to downtown Grand Haven this year, but the popularity of the event remained intact.
The Spring Lake Heritage Festival fundraiser will be relocated this year to the Elks lodge, 15 S. Third St. in downtown Grand Haven. It will take place Saturday, Jan. 19.
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.
SPRING LAKE — The weather gods smiled on the Spring Lake Heritage Festival’s Family Fun Night.
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.
SPRING LAKE — After two years of a fizzled fuse because no barge was available, fireworks will once again blast off from the Grand River during the Spring Lake Heritage Festival.