Spring Lake’s big annual festival is this week, with the fireworks show at Mill Point Park late Saturday night.
Annual festival continues today and into the weekend.
It’s that time of the year to take a look back at Grand Haven’s early history of fur traders, Native Americans and some strange food on Harbor Island.
It’s Memorial Day weekend, so, whatever you do, take time to remember those who fought and died for our freedom and country.
Old Fashioned Days begins today and runs through Monday, concluding with the Memorial Day Parade that begins at 2 p.m. at Fruitport Middle School.
This weekend is the first Kite Festival of Grand Haven, the replacement for the long-running Great Lakes Kite Festival at the state park.
The tulips are out and the weather is clearing for a great weekend at Holland’s annual festival.
Kids went wild for the live version of the popular “Wild Kratts” PBS science/education/ecology education show Monday night at DeVos Performance Hall.
It’s a great weekend to see what’s in store in the Village of Spring Lake. And the Grand Haven Farmers Market opens Saturday morning.
Spring is here and the events are crawling out from under the piles of snow (I think they’re all gone by now).
Local restaurants and breweries will be competing to be the people’s and judges’ choices during the event, set for 4-8 p.m. under the big tent at Old Boys’ Brewhouse.
It’s Easter weekend. The sad tone of Good Friday becomes Sunday’s Resurrection story!
Devoted "Game of Thrones" fans who've watched and re-watched all 73 episodes of the HBO series, and read and reread all 4,000 pages of the books by George R.R. Martin, will at long last get the ending they've craved.
Foreigner plays Aug. 11.
Believe it or not, it is spring, and time to think about hitting the trails and hunting for Easter eggs!