Since the early 1880’s the first Monday of September has been recognized as a time to salute America’s workers with picnics and parades on "a day off for the working man." With school starting after the Monday, September 5 holiday, the long Labor Day Weekend is an ideal time to squeeze in some last-minute summertime fun.
Get ready for top-notch family fun as four Michigan communities heat up the season’s minor league baseball craze. So, grab the kids and load up on those peanuts, caramel corn, and hot dogs—it’s game time!
It’s Showtime! Get ready to applaud every kind performance from grand Broadway-style productions to local pageants at cities all across Michigan this holiday season.
No city in Michigan makes it more convenient to enjoy a wide variety of entertainment options than Grand Rapids – especially during summer months.
Grab a stick and sharpen those skates. It’s time for one of Michigan’s most popular winter activities – ice hockey. Whether you are a competitor or a spectator there are opportunities to catch a game across the state.
The theatre season begins in September with many new programs and live performances.
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