Wednesday, August 29, 2012
The sweet event runs through Labor Day weekend.
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Festival followers can get ready for a peachy time in Romeo. The annual Michigan Peach Festival of Romeo kicks off at Thursday and spans Labor Day weekend, ending Monday night. Among the attractions: carnival rides, specialty foods and desserts, an annual 5K/10K run, fly-in, football game, car parade, tennis tournament, softball tournament, bake sale, contests and more. For a schedule of events, visit the festival website.
Monday, August 27, 2012
The 34th annual family festival took place Aug. 24-26 at 50931 Maria in downtown New Baltimore.
Local adults and children flocked to St. Mary Queen of Creation this weekend for the 34th annual family festival. Children's games, activities, food, music, an afterglow car show, sock hop and more kept attendees entertained. See photos of the event by Anne Nicolazzo here.
Friday, June 29, 2012
Macomb County's 2012 Stars & Stripes Festival starts Friday and continues through Sunday, with events for the whole family all weekend long.
The 2012 Stars & Stripes Festival returns to Mount Clemens this weekend, bringing with it more than 100 performances, a fireworks display, carnival midway and variety of other entertainments for children and adults. The festival starts at 11 a.m. Friday, June 29, and runs through midnight Sunday, July 1, with most activities taking place near 49 Macomb Place in Mount Clemens. Check here to find out when you're favorite bands are playing and use the event's schedule below to find the best activities for your family. Carnival Midway Banana Derby, at Carnival Midway BMX Stunt Show, on New Street, near Cherry Classic K9 Show, at Carnival Midway Micro Reality Stock Car Racing, at Carnival Midway ABC Magic Fountain Stage, located off Macomb …
Wednesday, June 27, 2012
The 2012 Stars & Stripes Festival runs Friday through Sunday in downtown Mount Clemens and features live bands, a carnival midway, fireworks, a K9 show and more.
The 2012 Stars & Stripes Festival returns to Mount Clemens this weekend, bringing with it more than 100 performances, a fireworks display, carnival midway and variety of other entertainments for children and adults. The festival starts at 11 a.m. Friday, June 29, and runs through Sunday, July 1, with most activities taking place near 49 Macomb Place in Mount Clemens. If you're planning to head down for some patriotic fun, here's what you need to know right now: Want more Stars & Stripes? Come back Thursday for a complete music schedule. Be the first to get this and other local event information by signing up for the Patch daily newsletter.
Wednesday, August 17, 2011
The St. Mary Queen of Creation Family Festival will be back in downtown New Baltimore for its 33rd year at the end of August.
St. Mary Queen of Creation Church is gearing up for its three-day family festival in downtown New Baltimore. The festival will kick off Aug. 26 with new events, entertainment and activities for families to enjoy. “We’ve got a lot more activities this year,” festival chairman Jay Addy said. “We’ve got a big day going for Friday, which is normally just an evening thing.” The festival opens at noon on Friday, Aug. 26 at 50931 Maria St. with an afterglow car show and sock hop. Moose & Da Sharks will perform Friday from 6 to 10 p.m. The steak out dinner and euchre tournament also take place that night. “It’s a fun time for the families to get together and be with each other and enjoy each other’s company,” Addy said. "It's kind of like a big …
Thursday, June 9, 2011
Neighboring Washington Township is hosting a four-day festival of music, family activities, car shows, plant sales, art shows and more.
From the carnival to the fireworks, we have a complete schedule of this weekend's Art and Orchard Festival in neighboring Washington Township. Unless listed otherwise, all festivities are located behind the Township Hall at 57900 Van Dyke. Thursday, June 9 Friday, June 10 Saturday, June 11 Sunday, June 12 Check out more weekend events around town and in other neighboring communities in this week's Get Out.