Dec 7, 2020 - Jan 8, 2021
Drive through our calm and colorful campus full of holiday lights. Stay safe and warm in your cars, pack a thermos of hot cocoa, indulge in some candy canes, turn on some holiday music, and look out your windows to experience a dazzling electrical extravaganza.
The Kalamazoo Downtown Partnership is thrilled to announce the Downtown Kalamazoo SkeleTour - a month-long celebration during October in downtown Kalamazoo. Downtown streets are adorned with skeletons representing great local businesses. From creepy and scary to funny and silly, there's a skeleton for every taste!
February 5-7, 2021
Ice Competitions - Friday & Saturday
Watch carvers magically turn frozen blocks into works of art! Friday evening the Professional Individual Competition will run from 5:30pm-7:30pm along Pleasant Street. On Saturday, the Professional Team Competition will run from 8am-4pm along State Street.
Echo Valley Kalamazoo's Premier Winter Sports Park where you race 60 mph down one of eight ¼ mile long tracks on ultra-fast toboggans. Enjoy the 500-foot tubing hill. The warming lodge offers a fireplace, snack bar and viewing platform. Tubes and toboggans are free with admission. Ice skate rentals are available.
Bundle up the family and come stroll through the Kellogg Park Walk of Trees. See 75 trees, each decorated by a local family, club or business.
It’s free, it’s fun and it’s healthy! Trees are lit 24 hours from the Saturday after Thanksgiving through Christmas. Where: Kellogg Park Downtown Plymouth. Make it a new family tradition.
The Community Tree Lighting ceremony always takes place on the first Friday of December. The St. Joseph High School Choir begins Christmas carols near the tree located at the corner of Broad and Lake Boulevard, St Joseph Michigan at 6 p.m. with the ceremony taking place at 6:30 p.m.
Sat. December 05, 2020 | 3:00pm
Come on down to St. Joseph, Michigan, for a fantastic way to kick off the holiday season. The annual Reindog Holiday Parade features dressed up pets and their owners in a variety of holiday garb. Be prepared to see all kinds of costumes from “Santa Bernards” to “Reindeer Rotweilers” - this is definitely a must-see event.
Springhope Farm is a southwest Michigan orchard featuring apples, sweet cherries and peaches. So if you are looking for U-picked or ready picked apples, sweet cherries or peaches we are your connection in the country. Please check the Up-Date page for U-pick availability.
Jollay Orchards is a unique entertainment experience -- blending a working Orchard with Family Activities. With manicured U-pick Orchards and many activities to fill a day, your family will be delighted to play, learn and enjoy the season.
The Coloma Glad-Peach Festival is an annual celebration of the gladiolus flowers and peaches, which are both grown locally. The festival is held the first weekend in August, and provides three days of family friendly fun for all ages.
The Lakeside Association ~ fostering community spirit & preserving local traditions in Lakeside, Michigan.
The Lakeside Association is very important to our community. It sets a standard for all in the area to work together to achieve a thriving, vital and fun environment that we all enjoy and appreciate.
The Tabor Hill Difference ... Lake Michigan Shore’s Wine Country is one of the finest wine-producing areas in the world. The climate and site, like those of France and Germany, are perfect, with cool temperate breezes, sandy clay soil and one of the highest vineyard sites in the Midwest.
Sandy and Dave Miller love the State of Michigan and have made a commitment to spend their time and effort here to produce world class wines for all to enjoy. Dave grew up in and around South Bend, Indiana where he learned to love the great outdoors and the natural world that surrounds us.
Baroda Founders Wine Cellar is located in the heart of southwest Michigan, known as one of the best grape growing regions of the world. With Lake Michigan to the west, the climate is ideal for growing bountiful harvests of fruit. Leonard Olson is the Wine Master and he welcomes you to try their high-quality award-winning wines.
This is the place Everyone's Been screaming about! The Niles Haunted House Scream Park is not just scary, it is considered to be one of the top haunted attractions in the country! Certainly one of the largest, the Niles Haunted House offers 44 acres of blood-curdling fear!
Curious Kids’ Museum hosts over 100 hands-on exhibits for ages 1 to about 10 years old. Enjoy a wide variety of Discovery Fun in the Awesome Apple Orchard, the Vet Clinic, the face painting area and in Musicology. Navigate the Great Lakes ship, be an electron to make electricity, pull a bubble around you and much more.