Pure Michigan March 2015 Events Roundup

In just a few weeks, the month of March will bring a change in season, some signs of springs and plenty of fun events to go along them. From LaughFest in Grand Rapids to St. Patrick’s Day festivities around the state, there are so many ways to get out and enjoy March in Pure Michigan!

Below is a roundup of some of the many events happening in March. Please visit michigan.org for a complete listing of Michigan events.

March 1 – 8

Back to the 80’s
March 1 – 8, Alpena
From the era that brought the world The Rubik’s Cube, Max Headroom and The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comes the “totally awesome” musical Back to the 80′s. In the style of movies such as Back to the Future, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and The Karate Kid, Back to the 80′s is a nostalgic romp through the greatest hits of the decade. Visit the website link for show dates/times.

Retro Weekend Ski Event
March 6 – 8, Harbor Springs
Pull out your vintage gear for a celebration of an era gone by. Come celebrate Retro Weekend at Boyne Highlands Resort with a weekend full of events celebrating decades of winter fun! Saturday night features a Retro Party in the legendary Zoo Bar with the most awesome collection of 80s songs you can dream of!

Photo courtesy of LaughFest

Photo courtesy of LaughFest

Melting Mann Dirt Road Bike Challenge
March 8, Marcellus
The Melting Mann is a flat tire bike race through Cass and St. Joseph Counties in Michigan. You may choose from either a 14 mile or a 28 mile route, both routes are single loops and will have you riding over 90 percent of unpaved roads. Visit the Melting Mann website to keep informed on the event.

LaughFest
March 5 – 15, Grand Rapids
The nation’s first ever community wide festival of laughter has quickly earned a reputation for being one of the nation’s most enjoyable event for both participants and artists. This major 10-day Midwest festival is based in Grand Rapids and includes events throughout West Michigan. LaughFest 2015 will feature Jim Breuer, Kathleen Madigan, Sinbad, Justin Willman, Michael Kosta and many more. There are free and ticketed shows. For a list of talent and participating venues in Grand Rapids and West Michigan, visit the website link.

March 9 – 15

Kid’s Festival Weekend
March 13 – 15, Boyne Mountain
Kids’ Festival Weekend is when kids rule the mountain! Event highlights include a Village Party with a cookout; face painting, lively entertainment; inflatable obstacle course, bounce house and Euro Bungee Ride; family après ski and dance party; on-hill kids’ race events.  Plus, bonfire and s ’mores, horse-drawn wagon rides, story time, appearances by Fritz, the resort mascot, family movies, arts and crafts, and more. Join us at Boyne Mountain for a weekend full of fun!

Thumbs up Detroit Exhibition
March 13 – 14, Detroit
This is a time to showcase all that is available in Detroit, from the arts and food, to business and people. Helping Detroit rebuild and show what is possible in this great city. Mingle, check out exhibits, sample food and have a great time. This is a ticketed event.

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Photo courtesy of Michigan Historical Museum

Michigan Historical Museum Fruit Festival
March 14, Lansing
Children can participate in hands-on activities, including crafts that relate to our exhibits. Learn about the new farm tools that led to booming fruit production in Michigan after the Civil War. Also, you’ll discover the variety of produce from Michigan’s “fruit belt” and investigate planting and canning. This program is included with museum admission. Be sure to tour our special exhibit, Conceived in Liberty, which examines Michigan’s role in the second half of the Civil War and the postwar period.

Return to Clare Steam Train Excursion
March 14, Clare
Pere Marquette 1225 “Return to Clare” excursion is a one day excursion. The train will depart Owosso, Mich., at 9 a.m. and arrive at Clare, Mich., at 11:30 a.m. We will have a three hour layover in Clare so passengers can partake of the Irish Festival which will coincide with our excursion. The train then departs Clare at 2:30 p.m. running back to Owosso to finish up around 6 p.m. Please note that these times are subject to change. We will have at least one photo run-by so be sure to bring your camera. Visit their website for ticket prices.

March 16 – 22

Lansing Home & Garden Show
March 19 – 22, Lansing
The biggest Home & Garden Show in Mid-Michigan fills the MSU Pavilion on the campus of Michigan State University. Stunning gardens, extensive landscaping projects and a Standard Flower Show surround exhibits featuring new construction, remodeling, kitchens and baths, retail garden centers, pools and spas, and home services. Free seminars will be hosted on the Garden Stage, Home Stage, and Cooking Stage. Admission: $9 adults, $4 children 6 – 14, and under 5 are free.

Midwest Regional Alternative Dance Festival
March 19 – 22, Kalamazoo
The Midwest Regional Alternative Dance (RAD) Festival will take place at the Wellspring Theater in the Epic Center in Kalamazoo, Mich. RAD Fest will present five different live performances featuring 39 contemporary choreographers and over 250 dance artists from all over the Midwest and will also offer a film in the Atrium series featuring 10 different dances for the camera artists. For more information or a full schedule, please visit the website link.

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Photo courtesy of Boyne Highlands

Krazy Daze
March 20 – 21, Boyne Highlands
Celebrate spring with our something-for-everyone weekend of no-holds-barred festivities – Krazy Daze! Join us for live music, lighthearted activities and upbeat events tailored to every member of the family. Whether you’re a face-painted kid taking a pass at the Silly Slalom, or a kid at heart warming up for the Ski over the Pond competition at a tailgate party you’ll find enough fun and laughter to keep you smiling all weekend long. Ski & Stay lodging packages are also available. For complete event details, visit the website link or call (800) 462-6963.

Carnival Weekend
March 20 – 22, Boyne Mountain
For the Boyne Mountain faithful, Carnival Weekend is nothing short of a major holiday. Schedules are rearranged, elaborate plans formed, and the stops are all pulled out to avoid missing a moment of the fun. The weekend gets started with the Carnival Kick-off Party from 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. in the Snowflake Lounge Friday night (free entry for those ages 21+). On Saturday, the infamous On-Hill Party takes place, along with the King and Queen of the Mountain Adult Costume Contest, and a Village Party in the afternoon. Saturday night features music to dance the night away. Sunday’s main event is the Slush Cup on Lower McLouth where you can skim or be soaked.

Maple Syrup Festival
March 21, Lansing
Celebrate nature’s own “Liquid Gold” at Fenner Nature Center’s Maple Syrup Festival! Participate in demonstrations in our Sugar Bush, try your hand at tapping a tree and treat your taste buds to savory treats like maple crème and maple cotton candy!

March 23 – 31

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Photo courtesy of Visit Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor Film Festival
March 24 – 29, Ann Arbor
Internationally recognized as a premiere forum for independent filmmakers and artists, each year’s festival engages audiences with remarkable cinematic experiences. The six-day festival presents 40 programs with more than 180 films from over 20 countries of all lengths and genres, including experimental, animation, documentary, fiction, and performance-based works.

Family & Friends Race
March 28, Boyne Highlands
The Friends and Family Race was a new event last season and turned out to be a huge success so we’re bringing it back again. There are divisions for “Friends” and “Family” with teams comprised of up to four ski racers. This race is open to ski racers of all ages so get your team together and enjoy a fun day of racing at Boyne Highlands. There is a team entry fee.

Tahquamenon Falls State Park Maple Sugaring Day
March 28, Tahquamenon Falls
Discover how to turn sap from Mother Nature into sweet golden syrup for your pancakes during our annual maple sugaring event. The entire process will be on display, including traditional methods, hands-on activities and taste testing! Free guided tours begin at 12:00, 1:00 and 2:00 p.m. Tours start at the Upper Falls Fact Shack. Maple syrup experts will be on hand to answer questions and provide advice about at-home maple sugaring. Pancakes will be available for participants to taste a variety of homemade syrups from the region. Nature’s Kennel will offer $25 dog sled rides during the event (weather dependent).

All Things Detroit
March 29, Detroit
All Things Detroit is returning to the Eastern Market Sunday March 29, 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Shed three. Come out and enjoy an afternoon of browsing the best local products Detroit has to offer, all under one roof! Come check out Detroit apparel, handmade jewelry, artisan food products, custom artwork and more. Explore 60+ local vendors; purchase Detroit/Michigan made products, convenient, FREE parking, free door prizes to the first 300 guests and more.

What’s on your calendar for March in Pure Michigan?

10 Great Ways to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Michigan

Time to break out your green shamrock attire, cook up some corned beef and cabbage and embrace your inner Irish spirit! St. Patrick’s Day is Monday, March 17th and we’ve gathered up some great ways a Michigander can celebrate this year. While we can’t promise you will find a pot o’gold, these events are sure to be a good time. These are just a few of the many St. Patrick’s Day events happening around the state. For a full listing of events, visit michigan.org.

clareirishfestivalClare Irish Festival
Wednesday, March 12 through Sunday, March 16, Downtown Clare
The Clare Irish Festival offers a variety of family-oriented activities. Children will be delighted by the Children’s Kickoff Carnival on Friday at the Clare Primary School from 5 to 7 p.m. Be sure to catch the Irish Festival Parade featuring the Scottville Clown Band at noon on Saturday. Other activities include an Irish recipe contest, a fish fry, a karaoke contest, craft show, musical performances and much more.

Lexington St. Patrick’s Day Pub Walk
Friday, March 14 from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m., Downtown Lexington, various pubs
If you’re looking to celebrate St. Patty’s Day with a few drinks and 21 or up aged friends, then the Lexington St. Patrick’s Day Pub Walk may be perfect for you. There will be plenty of Irish food, drinks and entertainment along the way. For more information on where the pub walk begins, call Marty O’Brien at 810-359-7201.

St. Patrick’s Day Celebration
Friday, March 14 through Saturday, March 15, Historic downtown Grand Ledge
Bring out the whole family for two days of Irish-themed fun in downtown Grand Ledge. Starting Friday, there will be great Irish entertainment including traditional Irish dancing, The Glen Erin Bagpipe Band, and live Irish music by The Pub Runners. You can’t miss the Irish Stew Cook off on Saturday and then the parade begins at 2 p.m. After the parade, fill yourself up with an Irish food dinner. For those over 21, a pub crawl will begin after 9 p.m. to celebrate with some adult beverages.

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Photo courtesy of The Awesome Mitten and Katy Batdorff Photography

Irish on Ionia
Saturday, March 15 from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m., Grand Rapids
Touted as Michigan’s largest St. Patrick’s Day street party, McFadden’s Restaurant and Saloon is once again hosting Irish on Ionia. While this event isn’t intended for children, the 21 and up crowd has plenty of entertainment and drinks beyond green beer to choose from. The event kicks off at 7 a.m. with a breakfast buffet and other tasty food options to fill your stomach. Admission ranges from $15 to $55 depending on which ticket you choose and several live entertainment performances will take place throughout the day.

Lexington St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Saturday, March 15 from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., Main St. in Downtown Lexington
As part of Lexington’s Irish Festival, the 35th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade will take place at 1 p.m. downtown on Main St. Parade goers can expect Irish music and dancers, Irish foods and drinks and plenty of family fun. All festival activities besides the parade will take place rain or shine at Cheapside Park and the Fifth/Third Pavilion until 7 p.m.

Shivering Shamrocks 3K Run/Walk/Obstacle Challenge
Saturday, March 15 at 9 a.m., Meid Rd. & Houghton Ave., West Branch
If you want to take a more healthful approach to this St. Patrick’s Day, then Shivering Shamrocks is how you should be spending your day. This 3K race has two kick-off times of 9 a.m. or 10 a.m. for those who want the extra hour to sleep in. This a family-friendly event that is meant for people to get moving and interact in their community. It is also a great chance to bring your friends out for the social event of the month.

Holland St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Saturday, March 15 at 12 p.m., Downtown Holland
St. Patrick’s Day would not be complete without community parades. Holland is inviting you and your family to join them in celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with Irish dancers and plenty of kilt-wearers. If you are feeling especially festive, deck yourself out in some green attire and join the parade for no charge! This is the kind of event everyone from babies to grandparents can participate in.

Port Huron Pub Crawl
Saturday, March 15 from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m., Port Huron area pubs
For a grown-up night out on the town, head to Port Huron for the annual pub crawl. Festive party busses will transport you and your party from pub to pub on a continuous loop all afternoon and evening. You can either buy wristbands ahead of time for $10 or on the day of the event for $15 at participating pubs.

imagesDetroit’s 56th Annual St. Patrick’s Parade
Sunday, March 16, Michigan Ave. from 6th St. to 14th St., Detroit
Perhaps one of Michigan’s most renowned St. Patrick’s Day events is Detroit’s Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. This family-friendly event is sure to entertain all who attend with the various floats. The parade route is on Michigan Avenue through historic Corktown. If you’re planning to go, it may be a good idea to arrive a bit early for the best vantage point.

Bay City St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Sunday, March 16, Center Ave. from Park Ave. to Water St., Bay City
If you’re in the tri-cities area and are looking for some fun on Sunday, head to Bay City’s annual St. Patrick’s Day parade. There will be plenty of Irish music, captivating floats and plenty of shamrocks to be seen. This event is friendly to those of all ages and is a great way to join in community events. The parade follows Center Avenue from Park Avenue and disbands at Water Street. It is suggested that you arrive early to find the best place to view the parade.

How will you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Pure Michigan? What events are happening near you?

Pure Michigan March 2014 Events Roundup

In just a few weeks, the month of March will bring a change in season, some signs of springs and plenty of fun events to go along them! From St. Patrick’s Day festivities to the Detroit Tigers home opener, there are so many ways to get out and enjoy March in Pure Michigan!

Below is a roundup of some of the many events going on around the state in March. Please visit michigan.org for a complete listing of Michigan events.

Week of February 24, 2014 – March 2, 2014

Traverse City Restaurant Week
February 23, 2014 – March 1, 2014, Traverse City
The Downtown Traverse City Association will host the Traverse City Restaurant Week (TCRW) in response to the many accolades regarding great restaurants and food offerings in the Grand Traverse Region. This week promises to be the most delicious week of the winter where diners may perfect the art of dining by discovering new restaurants or enjoying their favorite at an affordable price. Participating restaurants will offer three course meals for $25 per person. Reservations for Restaurant Week are strongly encouraged.

Outdoorama
February 27, 2014 – March 2, 2014, Novi
Whether it’s hunting, fishing, boating, canoeing, hiking, mushroom hunting or bird watching, this show has plenty to offer. The Outfitter’s Expo area along with major feature attractions like “Big Buck Night,” “Wildlife Encounters” and the Trout Pond provide the best place to book the trip of a lifetime or entertain the family. In addition, with a huge display of boats, docks and lifts, and marine accessories, this show is the best place to shop for new boats and accessories. Outdoorama is a must-see for everyone who loves the outdoors. Phone (800) 328-6550.

The MARVAC Battle Creek Camper & RV Show
February 27, 2014 – March 2, 2014, Battle Creek
All types of new recreation vehicles with over 50 units and over 15 brands displayed from folding campers, motor homes, toy haulers, travel trailers and fifth wheel travel trailers. Booths featuring parts and accessories, campground information, RV financing and RV rentals. Weekdays 11am – 8pm, Saturday 10am – 8pm, and Sunday 11am – 5pm. Adult admission is $5, senior admission is $4 and children under 12 are free. For more information contact (517) 349-8881.

Women’s Lifestyle Expo
February 28, 2014 – March 1, 2014, Kalamazoo
An annual two day extravaganza created for women by women! Every minute is designed to be fun, educational and entertaining! Admission for adults $5, children 12 and up $2, children under 12 are free. Fri 12-6pm, Sat 9am-5pm. Held in Main Expo & Expo South.

Week of March 3, 2014 – March 9, 2014

LaughFest
March 6, 2014 – March 16, 2014, Grand Rapids
Gilda’s LaughFest, the nation’s first-ever community-wide festival of laughter, has quickly earned a reputation for being one of the nation’s marquee events for both participants and artists. This major 10-day Midwest festival is based in Grand Rapids and includes events throughout West Michigan. The line-up for 2014 will include Lily Tomlin, Chris Tucker, Jim Gaffigan, Sinbad, Jay Leno and many more. Free and ticketed shows. For a list of talent and participating venues in Grand Rapids and West Michigan, visit the website link.

West Michigan Home and Garden Show
March 6, 2014 – March 9, 2014, Grand Rapids
West Michigan’s largest Home & Garden show is back for its 34th season! With 12 feature gardens gardens, 4 free seminar stages and over 350 exhibitors featuring every product and service you’ll ever need, all under one roof, this is the show to attend!

Franc D’Ambrosio’s Broadway
March 7, 2014, Frankenmuth
D’Ambrosio returns to Frankenmuth with his Broadway show. He looks and acts like Marlon Brando and sings like Maro Lanza. Franc D’Ambrosio was awarded the distinction as the the Worlds Longest Running Phantom. If you enjoy Broadway tunes this is a can’t miss event! Tickets $20.

Autorama
March 7, 2104 – March 9, 2014, Detroit
America’s love affair with the automobile is legendary. Come and join us for the 62nd Annual Meguiar’s AutoRama. Hot rods are always at the heart of each show, but in recent years the composition has expanded to include manufacturers displays. As a result, today’s shows appeal equally to those who own competition cars, specialty and concept vehicles and those who dream about owning them! For information call (248) 373-1700.

Michigan Golf Show
March 7, 2014 – March 9, 2014, Novi
The Michigan Golf Show kicks off the golf season highlighting over 400 exhibitors with great deals on every aspect of the golf game! Retailers! Resorts! Travel destinations! Great deals on Michigan golf courses! And a variety of “hands-on” activities will get you ready for this season. For show hours, admission pricing, and discount coupons, visit the web link.

Maple Syrup Day
March 8, 2014, Monroe
The first event at the Trading Post (now called the River Raisin Territorial Park) for 2014! Learn some “Old French Town Ways’ with us as staff and volunteers demonstrate the process of producing maple syrup and related activities. Learn how easy it is to do, and perhaps try your own hand at tapping your maple trees! Though scheduled for Saturday, March 8th (not knowing if the sap will be flowing or not) we are scheduling a “poor weather” date of Saturday, March 15th. Time is from 12pm to 4pm. PLEASE NOTE: Due to the continuing harsh winter weather, we are examining other dates to make sure the sap is flowing. Please feel free to call ahead for up-to-date information!

Southern Michigan Winter Beer Festival
March 8, 2014, Jackson
The Jackson County Fairgrounds hosts a winter semi-outdoor craft and specialty beer tasting event that includes over 150 different beers to taste as well as food trailers, live music, door prizes, campfires and an entertainment tent featuring a corn hole tournament. This is a 21 and over only event.

Week of March 10, 2014 – March 16, 2014

Flint Camper & RV Show
March 13, 2014 – March 16, 2014, Flint
All types of new recreation vehicles—over 90 units will be on display; folding campers, motor homes, travel trailers and fifth wheel travel trailers, ranging in price from $4,000 to more than $120,000. Booths featuring parts and accessories, campground information, on site RV financing and RV rentals make this the complete RV show experience. Parking is free. For admission and hours, click on the website link or call (517) 349-8881.

Krazy Daze
March 15, 2014, Boyne Highlands Resort
Krazy Daze is a little bit of something for everyone from live bands and wild costumes to events for the kids and adults. On-snow race events include The Krazy Cup, Silly Slalom, Jump Competition and NASTAR Race. In addition, Krazy Daze features a Ski Over The Pond event for all ages, and face painting and inflatables for the kids. Ski & Stay lodging packages also available. For complete event details, visit the website link or call (800) 462-6963.

St. Patrick’s Day Parade
March 15, 2014, Holland
St. Patrick’s Day Parade Saturday Mar 15, 2014, 12 noon, in downtown Holland, with Irish dancers, bagpipers, and kilt-wearers are just a few of the parade highlights! Families and individuals wearing green are invited to carry Irish flags in the parade (a limited number of flags will be available at no charge). The parade begins at the Eight Street Marketplace and travels east down Eighth Street until it reaches the Curragh Irish Pub and New Holland Brewing Company Restaurant and Pub (on the corner on Eighth Street and College Avenue). Free

Michigan Maple Weekend
March 15, 2014 – March 16, 2014, Shepherd
March is Michigan Maple Syrup Month. Experience first hand the maple syrup making process from start to finish. Shepherd Sugar Bush will be open and in full operation for visitors to see how sap is collected, syrup made, trees tapped, and sample maple treats! Maple syrup as well as other delicious maple products are available for purchase. 415 N 3rd Street Shepherd, Ml Hours: Sat & Sun 10:00-4:00 This family event is free of charge!

Bridal Show of West Michigan – Spring 2014
March 15, 2014 – March 16, 2104, Grand Rapids
Spring Bridal Show of West Michigan, March 15-16, 2014, will take place at DeVos Place, downtown Grand Rapids, Michigan. Bridal Show exhibits will showcase premier bridal vendors, wedding planning ideas, coupons, and local wedding resources for every bride and groom’s personality. Elegance, Romantic, Contemporary and Funky styles alike will be featured throughout this show!

Bay City St. Patrick’s Day Parade
March 16, 2104, Bay City
The parade starts at Center and Park Avenues and disbands at Center and Water Streets/Wenona Park. Marching bands, pipe bands, and floats will march down the street. 2pm.

Week of March 17, 2014 – March 23, 2014

Disney on Ice
March 19, 2014 – March 23, 2014, Auburn Hills
Make an ordinary day extraordinary when Disney On Ice presents Let’s Celebrate! and brings more than 50 Disney characters to The Palace of Auburn Hills for one colossal party on ice! This action-packed, all-new show features a magical montage of celebrations and is set to a blend of contemporary music and favorite Disney songs. Tickets are on sale now at (248) 377-0100.

Cirque Mechanics
March 21, 2014, Flint
Witness a contortionist perform on a turntable powered by unicyclists, a high-flying trapeze artist sail through the air and a trampoline wall artist seemingly defy the laws of physics. Inspired by old-fashioned American ingenuity, this production will have the audience rolling with laughter at the antics of the comedic characters, impressed by the acro-dancing and enchanted by the timeless stories of mechanical wonders. Performance begins at 7:30pm. Arrive one hour prior to start of performance and enjoy local magician Jason Abbott. For details and ticket information, visit the website link.

Livingston County Home and Garden Show
March 21, 2014 – March 23, 2014, Howell
Come see more than 200 exhibits at the Livingston County Home Show, March 21- 23, 2014, where you will find the latest in home improvements, décor and gardening at this three-day event. Other special attractions include: Taste of Livingston (Saturday), Neighborhood Marketplace, Fine Arts Show and Community Resource Fair. Cost is $6 for adults, $5 for seniors (60+ over) and children are free.

Cross Country Ski Paintball Biathlon
March 22, 2014, Grayling
The second annual Hanson Hills/XC Ski HQ Paintball Biathlon Series welcomes men, women, and kids to compete in this two-day event, combining cross country skiing with paintball target shooting. Saturday’s, March 22, racing will take place at Hanson Hills, and Sunday’s race and awards will be at Cross Country Ski Headquarters. Paintball guns provided.

Maple Sugaring Day
March 22, 2014, Paradise
Learn how maple sap is transformed into maple syrup during this interactive, hands-on event. Backyard syrup producers will be on hand to answer questions and help get your operation started. Nature’s Kennel will offer $25 dog sled rides during the event (weather permitting; must have enough snow to run dog sleds). Noon to 4pm. An $11 Recreation Passport is required for entering State Parks, Recreation Areas, State Forest Campgrounds, Non-motorized Trail Head Parking and Boat Launches. Recreation Passports can be purchased when renewing your State of Michigan license plate tabs or at state parks and recreation areas.

Week of March 24, 2014 – March 31, 2014

Ann Arbor Film Festival
March 25, 2014 – March 30, 2014, Ann Arbor
Internationally recognized as a premiere forum for independent filmmakers and artists, each year’s festival engages audiences with remarkable cinematic experiences. The six-day festival presents 40 programs with more than 180 films from over 20 countries of all lengths and genres, including experimental, animation, documentary, fiction, and performance-based works.

Jillian Michaels
March 27, 2014, Kalamazoo
The world’s leading health and wellness expert, Jillian Michaels, is live on stage across the country in her “Maximize Your Life” Tour. Jillian shows how to harness your potential, kick-start your goals and live an exceptional life. 7:30pm. $25-$150.

Detroit Tigers 2014 Home Opener
March 31, 2014, Comerica Park
It’s baseball time! The Detroit Tigers, a charter member of the American League since 1901, will begin their 114th season at home when the club welcomes the Kansas City Royals for a three-game series March 31 – April 3. For information call (313) 471-2255