Calendar of Events

April & May 2012

Peterson Mill Pond - Saugatuck, Michigan

April 2012
1 Lindy Lou River Launch, Michigan Maritime Museum, , 260 Dyckman Avenue, South Haven. The river launch begins the season’s daily cruises along the Black River. Call 269-637-8078 for ticket info or visit
1 ‘1934: A New Deal for Artists’, Muskegon Museum of Art, 296 W. Webster Avenue, Muskegon. The national touring exhibition celebrating the 75th anniversary of the first New Deal arts program. This will be the only appearance of this exhibition in Michigan. Runs through May 6. Opening night reception at 5:30pm. 231-720-2570.
1-27 Michigan Birds Photo Contest, Michigan Gillette Sand Dunes Visitor Center, 6585 Lake Harbor Road, Muskegon. Submit a photo of a native Michigan bird. Deadline for photo submissions is April 27th at 4pm. Two photos per person, amateur photographers only. Prizes awarded, and winning photos will be displayed at the visitor center thru June 20th. Visit
1-30 ‘Before the Festival: The Improbable Journey of Holland’s Favorite Flower’, Holland Museum, 31 West 10th Street, Holland. This exhibit is a wonderful prelude to Tulip Time. On display in the Wichers Gallery thru Sept. 2nd. Call 616-392-9084.
1-30 ‘Double Take’ Art Exhibit, Lubeznik Center for the Arts, 101 W. Second Street, Michigan City, Indiana. Local artists belonging to the Area Artists Association will each present a work in two pieces. Noon-5pm. Visit or call 219-874-4900. Exhibit runs thru May 20.
    Primary colored bird houses
3 ‘Sundays @ 2pm Concert’. Dimnent Memorial Chapel, 277 College Ave., Holland. Jennifer Walvoord, violin, Alicia Eppings, cello, Andrew Le, piano. 2pm. Free.
4 Earth Week Family Movie Event. Muskegon Community College, Stevenson Center, 221 S. Quarterline Road, Muskegon. 1:00-4:15pm. Children along with parents or guardians will enjoy a guided tour of the MCC’s Kasey Hartz Natural Area. Participants will also watch a movie and create nature crafts. Free. Call 231-288-0999 for more details.
7 Easter Egg Hunt, Lake Bluff Park, downtown St. Joseph. Meet at the corner of Park & Lake Blvd. across from the Krasl Art Center. Ages 2-10 years old. Over 5000 hidden eggs. 11:30am. For more information, call 269-985-1111.
7 Easter Egg Hunt, Central Park in downtown Grand Haven. 11am. More than 5000 candy and prize filled Easter eggs for children 10 and younger. Free. Sponsored by Coldwell Banker Woodland Schmidt and Independent Bank. Call Paula DeYoung for more info at 616-850-8465.
7 Easter Egg Hunt, Fennville Elementary School, 8 North Street, Fennville. 2pm. For children ages 1-8. Four age groups will hunt for 2000 eggs and meet the Easter Bunny! 269-686-6854.
7 Easter Egg Hunt, downtown Holland.
    SS Keewatin seen through tall grasses - Douglas, Michigan
7 Spring Stampede 5K Run/Walk, Sarett Nature Center, 2700 Benton Center Drive, Benton Harbor. 9am. Under the leadership of runner/coach Mike Mahler, get ready to run or walk Sarett’s nature trails for fun and prizes. Proceeds benefit Sarett’s educational program for children. Entry fee $20. Registration and packet pick-up starts at 7:30am. All participants receive a t-shirt. Childrens’ 1K Fun Run begins at 8:30am. Birders should arrive early in order to join fellow enthusiasts who will ‘bird’ the race course at 7:30am. 269-927-4832.
8 Easter Egg Hunt & Hat parade, downtown Douglas. 1pm. 269-857-1626.
12 Jazz from the Heart. David Rucks brings his one-man show to the Muskegon Museum of Art, 296 W. Webster Avenue, Muskegon. Enjoy blues, rock and jazz. Performances throughout the day. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased from the MMA Gift Shop.
12 First Fridays Michigan Music Concert, Howmet Playhouse, 304 S. Mears, Montague. Jamie-Sue Seal and John Latini are the featured performers at April’s First Friday concert. Call 231-894-4048 for details or visit
13 Kitty Donohoe in Concert, 422 Eagle Street, South Haven. Ann Arbor singer-songwriter Donohoe performs for one night at Foundry Hall. 7:30pm. 269-205-3059 for ticket info..
14 5K and 10K Town Crier Run-Walk, historic Saugatuck. A Kids’ Fun Run will also be held. Call 269-857-1116 or 269-857-1626 for more information.
14 Natural Living Health Fair, Customs Imports, 430 S. Whittaker Street, New Buffalo. 11am-4pm. Meet green local businesses and learn how to live a healthier and greener lifestyle. Call 219-861-3707.
14 2012 Don Lubbars Cup Regatta, Spring Lake Yacht Club, 17500 West Spring Lake Road, Spring Lake. Competitors from around the country participate in the first race of the spring championship season. 8am-3pm. Call Ryan at 239-297-7284 for more info.
forsythia blooming
14 Free Wine Tasting, Clay Avenue Cellars, 611 Clay Avenue, Muskegon. Noon-6pm. Sample the Cellar’s distinctive Michigan fruit wines. Visit or call 231-722-3108 for more info.
20 Earth Rock Concert, Grand Haven Community Center Auditorium, 421 Columbus Avenue, Grand Haven. 7-10pm. Free concert featuring local bands and soloists.
20 Heywood Banks at Foundry Hall, 422 Eagle Street, South Haven. Singer-songwriter Banks performs for one night at Foundry Hall. 8pm. Call 269-205-3059 for ticket info.
21 Jon Brooks at Foundry Hall, 422 Eagle Street, South Haven. The winner of the Kerrville Folk Competition performs at Foundry Hall. 8pm. 269-205-3059.
Peterson Preseve Pond in April - Saugatuck, Michigan
21 Groove Walk, downtown Holland. 9pm. For just $10 in advance, or $15 at the door, enjoy 11 different bands at 11 different downtown locations. Call 616-796-2100 or visit
21 Earth Day Green March begins at Franklin Street parking lot south of the courthouse, and will proceed to the Earth Day Fair at Grand Haven Community Center. Noon-1pm. No transportation that uses fossil fuels will be allowed in the march. Call 616-846-5058 for more information.
21 Earth Day Fair, Grand Haven Community Center, 421 Columbus Avenue, Grand Haven. Booths of environmental businesses and organization, food, games. 1-4pm. Call 616-846-5058 for details.
21 2nd Annual Grand River Green-Up, Riverside Park, Grand Haven. 9am-Noon. The Grand Haven Jaycees and the West Michigan Environmental Action Council celebrate Earth Week with their annual clean up of the Grand River at Riverside Park. At least 300 volunteers are needed. Visit for more info.
21 Wildflower Foray, DeGraaf Nature Center, 600 Graafschap Road, Holland. Don’t forget your camera as you join a naturalist and look for wildflowers such as marsh marigolds and jack-in-the-pulpit. 2pm-3pm. $3 fee. Free for Friends of the nature center. Call 616-355-1057 to register.
    white duck with a yellow bill
21 Coast Guard Clean Up Day, Michigan Maritime Museum, 260 Dyckman Avenue, South Haven. Call 269-637-8078 or 1-800-747-3810 for details.
22 Earth Day Celebration, Liberty-Hyde Bailey Museum, 903 S. Bailey, South Haven. 2pm. Dr. Maynard Kaufman will speak at this annual event. Call Esther at 269-637-2478 for details.
25 Earth Week Chris Bedford Arts Festival & Awards, Muskegon Community College, 221 S. Quarterline Road, Muskegon. Take a guided tour of the nature area, learn about local environmental projects undertaken by MCC students and instructors, enjoy collaborative artwork by local children and poets and view “Getting Real About Food and the Future” by the late filmmaker and environmentalist Chris Bedford. Call 231-288-0999 for more info.
27-28 Arts & Craft Spring Fling, Holland Town Center, 12330 James Street, Holland. Over 60 vendors. Friday 4-9pm, Saturday 9am-4pm. Free admission. Call 616-786-3272 for more information.
Point Pleasant Marine dock - Douglas, Michigan
27-28 Peanut Pals Convention, Ramada Inn, 1555 Phoenix Street, South Haven. Collectors of Planters Mr. Peanuts memorabilia hold their Midwest convention this year in South Haven. Auction, luncheon and members only swap meet. Nonmembers are welcome to the swap meet on April 28th between 10-11am only. Call Mike or Shelley after 4pm at 269-561-2755.
27-29 Art Attack Tour of Harbor Country: Harbert, Lakeside, New Buffalo, Sawyer, Union Pier. Tour Harbor Country while enjoying local art exhibitions, wine tasting, music, theater, gallery receptions and more. Call 269-469-5409 or visit
28 Earth Fair, Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center (MARAC), 200 Viridian Lane, downtown Muskegon. 1-4pm. Games, prizes, demonstrations of eco products and green technology. Learn what local businesses and organizations are doing to create green jobs and protect natural resources. Call 231-288-0999.
28 Ethnic Winemakers Dinner, Fenn Valley Winery, 6130 22nd Avenue, Fennville. Each year Fenn Valley prepares a five course international meal This April, Brazil is the culinary destination. $75 per person which includes dinner, champagne, wine, tax, and tip.. Reservations required. Call 269-561-2396.
29 Lakeshore Blessing of the Bikes, Ottawa County Fairgrounds, 1286 Ottawa Beach Road, Holland. Motorcyclists and other cyclists gather to start a responsible riding season and promote a safe rider community. Gates open at 10am, blessing at 2pm. $5 donation per bike. Contact John at 616-283-0591 for info.
29 Allegan Antiques Market, Allegan County Fairgrounds, 150 Allegan County Fair Drive, Allegan. 400 exhibitors. Season opening. 8am-4pm. Last Sunday of every month thru September. Call 616-735-3333 for information or visit

May 2012
Tulips blooming in a park - Holland, Michigan
1-31 ‘Before the Festival: The Improbable Journey of Holland’s Favorite Flower’, Holland Museum, 31 West 10th Street, Holland. This exhibit is a wonderful prelude to Tulip Time. On display in the Wichers Gallery thru Sept. 2nd. Call 616-392-9084.
1 ‘Photographing Flowers’, Lake Michigan College, South Haven campus, 125 Veterans Blvd., Room 141, South Haven. 6-8pm. Student s will learn how to photograph flowers using both digital and film cameras. Bring your own camera, spare batteries and film. Tripods recommended. Other class dates are May 8th and 22nd. Fee: $29. Call 1-800-252-1562, ext. 7502.
1 Tim Eriksen in Concert at Foundry Hall, 422 Eagle Street, South Haven. Celebrated ballad singer performs for one night. 7:30pm. 269-205-3059.
2 Season Opening of Hackley & Hume Historic Site Tours, 484 W. Webster, Muskegon. Call 231-722-0278 for details.
Marina in spring - South Haven, Michigan
3-5 “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee”. Muskegon Civic Theatre presentation, Frauenthal Stage, 425 W. Western Avenue, Muskegon. For ticket info and show times, call 1-800-585-3737, or 616-222-4000.
4 “War on the Great Lakes” Exhibit, Michigan Maritime Museum, 260 Dyckman Avenue, South Haven. An exhibit examining the Great Lakes during wartime opens today. Call 269-637-8078 for info or visit
4-5 Fiesta!, Holland Civic Center & Eight Street Marketplace, Holland. The Latin American United for Progress Fiesta draws over 20,000 people ach year. Join the fun this year for Latino entertainment, lowrider car show, Fiesta King & Queen, live music, food. Call 616-392-5058 for information, or visit
4-31 ‘New Art for the New Century’. Muskegon Museum of Art, 296 W. Webster Avenue, Muskegon. MMA trustees present an important new art collection in honor of MMA’s 100th anniversary. Artwork dates from 17th century to the present. Runs thru Oct. 7th. Visit
Blue and Yellow Kayaks for rent
5 Star of Saugatuck Boat Cruises opens for the season. 716 Water Street, Saugatuck. Call 269-857-4261 for departure times and days.
5 Kentucky Derby Party, Macatawa Bay Yacht Club, 2157 South Shore Drive, Macatawa. This annual fundraiser for the Holland Museum. The festivities, which begin at 5pm, include hat contest, auction, a derby race (6pm) and dinner. Deadline for reservations is April 25. Derby hats encouraged. 616-392-9084.
5 Archaeological Dig at the Bailey, Liberty Hyde Bailey Museum, 903 S. Bailey Avenue, South Haven. 11am-3pm. Fun for kids. Call Esther at 269-637-2478 for details.
5 Grand Floral Parade, downtown St. Joseph & Benton Harbor. 1pm. The 107th celebration of the Blossomtime Festival. The parade kicks off a week of family fun.
5 Girls’ Afternoon Out, Fenn Valley Winery, 6130 22nd Avenue, Fennville. 11am-2pm. Chef Christine Ferris will demonstrate healthy recipes using whole grains. $30 per person, includes lunch, wine, tax and tip. Reservations required. Call 269-561-2396.
Tulips and a Dutch costumed girl in downtown Holland, Michigan
5 4th Annual Kentucky Derby Party, on board the USS LST 393, Mart Dock, downtown Muskegon. Fancy Derby dress, mint juleps. Open to the public. Proceeds benefit Muskegon charities. Call 231-730-1477.
5 Saugatuck-Douglas Spring Preview, downtown Douglas and Saugatuck. Galleries and stores will host open receptions to kick off the summer season. 5-9pm. Refreshments.
5-6 Blue Coast Artists Studios Spring Opening, Fennville & South Haven. Visit for gallery/studio hours and to learn what new works have been completed over the winter.
5-12 TULIP TIME FESTIVAL, Holland! See schedule of events on Lake Effect Living’s Tulip Festival page, or visit
6 Antiques on the Bluff, Lake Bluff Park, St. Joseph. 10am-3pm. This antique show is held on the first Sunday of the month from May through October. Free parking. No admission fee. Call 269-985-1111 for information.
Pink tulips and other flowers
9-30 Old Schoolhouse History Center Exhibition, Center Street, Douglas. ‘Shipwrecks, Scallywags, and Heroes’ exhibit compiled by local 6th grade students. Exhibit runs thru June 15th. Opening night reception held on May 9th. Visit for details.
11 Farm History Day, Michigan Flywheelers Museum, 06285 68th Street, South Haven. Take a self-guided tour of exhibits representing farm life in the past. Play old-time children’s games, watch corn grinding, town blacksmith and sawmill demonstrations and more. Gift shop, picnic area. Visit or call 269-637-5077.
11-12 Muskegon Y’s Club 49th Annual White Elephant Sale.
12 Archaeological Dig at the Bailey, Liberty Hyde Bailey Museum, 903 S. Bailey Avenue, South Haven. 11am-3pm. Fun for kids. Call Esther at 269-637-2478 for details.
12 Free Wine Tasting, Clay Avenue Cellars, 611 Clay Avenue, Muskegon. Noon-6pm. Sample the Cellar’s distinctive Michigan fruit wines. Call 231-722-3108 for information.
South Haven channel marker
12 Grand Haven Farmer’s Market, Chinook Pier, downtown Grand Haven. The Saturday farmer’s market under the green canopy opens for the season. 8am-2pm. Call 616-842-4910 for info.
12 Girl Scout Day, Michigan Maritime Museum, 260 Dyckman Avenue, South Haven. Call 269-637-8078.
12 Kousa Dogwood Sale, Liberty Hyde Bailey Museum, 903 S. Bailey Avenue, South Haven. 9am-Noon. Annual sale of dogwood trees, including the Liberty Hyde Bailey Asiatic Lily bulbs. 269-637-2478.
12-13 Hackley & Hume Historic Site Tours, 484 West Webster Avenue, Muskegon. Free tours for Mom in honor of Mother’s Day. Noon-4pm. Visit or call 231-722-0278.
16 Holland Farmers Market, Eighth Street Marketplace, 150 West 8th Street, Holland. 8am-4pm. The Market opens officially for the season. Flowers, plants, fruits, vegetables, street performers, cooking demonstrations, contests, food court and more. Open Wednesdays and Saturdays from May 18th through November 26th. Admission free. NO pets allowed. Call 616-355-1138 for more information.
historical map of the Kalamazoo River - Saugatuck, Michigan
17 Free Sailing Course Class, South Haven Yacht Club, 401 Williams Street, South Haven. Non-members welcome. 6pm. 269-637-2305.
18-19 Spring Sidewalk Sale, downtown New Buffalo. Businesses flying the large blue flag will be participating in the annual spring sidewalk sale. Call 888-660-6222 for more info.
19 Mayfest, Muskegon Community College, 221 S. Quarterline Road, Muskegon. 10am-4pm. Spring festival of food, music, sports, health fair and much more. Visit
19 Garden Club Annual Plant Sale, Saugatuck Center for the Arts, 400 Culver Street, Saugatuck. Hanging baskets, flats of annuals, perennials, rhodendrons and more. 10am-2pm. Proceeds benefit scholarship program for local high school graduates.
19 Archaeological Dig at the Bailey, Liberty Hyde Bailey Museum, 903 S. Bailey Avenue, South Haven. 11am-3pm. Fun for kids. Call Esther at 269-637-2478 for details.
line of clog dancers in traditional dutch costumes
19 7th Annual Armed Forces Day Memorial, USS LST 393 Veterans Memorial Museum, 560 Mart Street, Muskegon. Special presentations, music and speeches in honor of America’s Armed Forces service members. Free tours of the WWII landing ship tank. Visit or call 231-730-1477.
19-20 Great Lakes Kite Festival, Grand Haven State Park. 11am-5pm. Bring your kite to the beach and watch the sky fill with kites. Stunt kite fliers will perform to music, and kites bigger than a bus will be flown by the pier. Call Steve at 616-846-7501 x1 for more info.
19-20 Hands-On Pit & Smoke Firing Workshop Weekend, Khnemu Studio, 6322 113th Street, Fennville. Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 10am-completion of project. Learn first-hand the techniques of pit and smoke firing. Participants may bring up to 10 bisque fired pieces to fire. Reservations required. $100 workshop fee. Call Dawn at 269-236-9260.
19-20 Annual Steelheaders Tournament, Riverfront Park, South Pier, South Haven. Call 269-637-5536 for information.
19-20 Relay for Life, Whitehall Athletic Field, White Lake. Fight back against cancer. Event begin May12 at 10am and run thru Sunday10am. Visit
lagoon at Ox-bow School of the Arts - Saugatuck, Michigan
19-30 ‘Lake Time’ exhibit, Good Goods, 106 Mason Street, Saugatuck. Works by more than a dozen artists celebrate the beauty of the Lake Michigan shoreline. Opening night reception May 19th, 4-8pm. Gallery showing runs thru June 17th.
20 ‘Sundays @ 3pm Concert. First Reformed Church of Holland, 630 State Street, Holland. This month’s free concert features The Perugino Quartet. 3pm. 616-392-8085.
22-26 Muskegon Farmers Market, 700 Yuba Street, Muskegon. The Farmers Market opens for the season. Locally grown vegetables, fruits, flowers, baked goods, crafts and more. Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday thru December. Giant Flea Market every Wednesday thru October. Visit or call 231-722-3251.
22-27 2012 Senior PGA Golf Championships, The Golf Club at Harbor Shore, Benton Harbor. The Jack Nicklaus Signature Course in Benton Harbor is the site of the 73rd Senior PGA Golf Championship. Visit for details.
23-29 Fruitport Old Fashioned Days, downtown Fruitport. Annual family festival featuring fireworks, ox roast, community picnic, carnival midway rides, riverboat cruises, live bands, garage sale, Old Fashioned Days Parade and Run. Call Mike at 231-557-3262 for more information or visit
Spring craft fair - South Haven, Michigan
24 Grand Lady Paddleboat Tour of Grand River (pdf form). Take a ride on the Grand River with local historians and naturalists. Call 616-738-4810 for reservations.
24-28 St. Mary of the Lake Festival, 704 W. Merchant Street, New Buffalo. The town’s official start to summer. Rides, silent auction, food, games, live music. Proceeds benefit St. Mary of the Lake School. 269-469-1515.
25 Chain Ferry Opening, Water Street, downtown Saugatuck. Noon. The chain ferry across the Kalamazoo River opens for the season. Weekends only until June 18th.
25 Memorial Day Parade, Lake Boulevard, St. Joseph. Noon. Veterans who would like to participate should call 269-985-1111.
25 ‘Ellis Island: The Dream of America’, LMC Mendel Mainstage, 2755 E. Napier Avenue, Benton Harbor. 7:30pm. This musical docudrama by Peter Boyer features actors, historical photos and an orchestral score played by the Southwest Michigan Symphony Orchestra. Tickets: $5-$35. Call 269-982-4030.
Ducks and geese - New Buffalo, Michigan
25 Wisaal in Concert at Foundry Hall, 422 Eagle Street, South Haven. Enjoy this fusion of Arabic music with American and Indian influences. 7:30pm. 269-205-3059.
25-28 Lake Effect Memorial Day Weekend, Muskegon Channel. Boating fun all weekend which includes Blessing of the Boats, the Memorial Boat Cruise through the channel and a number of boater friendly events. Visit for a schedule of events.
25-26 7th Annual Memorial Day Rib Fest, 20 North First Street, Grand Haven. Kick-off Party on Friday, May 25, ribs served 5-9pm. On Saturday, May 26, the entertainment tent opens at noon; rib fest 11am-7pm. Live music 2-11pm. Contact the VFW at 616-842-6210.
26 Kick-Off to Summer Run. 1 Y Drive, Grand Haven. Family event. Tot Trot obstacle course ages 3-6, 1 Mile Family Fun Run, US Track & Field Certified 5K. Visit
26 Saugatuck Harbor Natural Area Guided Talks, Oval Beach, Saugatuck. Season opening of these introductory talks about the history of the surrounding duneland now owned by Saugatuck. Held every Saturday thru Aug. 29. Talks are free, but parking at the beach is $6. Meet at the north end of the beach parking lot. Rain or shine. 269-857-2603.
Forsythia blooming by the lakeside
26 Annual Spring Arts & Crafts Show, St. John United Church of Christ, 200 W. Buffalo, New Buffalo. 10am-4pm. Free admission. More than 45 crafters and artists. Food available. Call 269-469-2706 for more information.
27 Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Museum Opening, 735 Park Street, Saugatuck. Hours: May 27 thru Labor Day, Noon-4pm daily. September –Oct. 28, weekends only. The 2012 exhibition is “Our Village Life”, showcasing photographs and items describing life in Saugatuck 1890-1950.
27 Blessing of the Boats, Muskegon Channel. The Port City Princess hosts a brunch while sailing Lake Michigan and Muskegon Lake. Afterward, she will float in the Muskegon Channel while a priest on board blesses the boats that float alongside. Call 231-728-8387 for more info.
27 Lost Boat Ceremony, Great Lakes Naval Memorial and Museum, Muskegon Channel. A ceremony will be held honoring the 3000 men and 53 submarines that were lost in WWII. 231-755-1230.
27 Marcia Ball Concert, Saugatuck Center for the Arts, 400 Culver Street, Saugatuck. 8pm. A five-time Grammy nominee, Ball was nominated for a 2012 Grammy for Best Blues Album. Tickets: $35. Visit for ticket info.
Blue sky and water of Lake Michigan - Douglas, Michigan
27 Allegan Antique Market, Allegan County Fairgrounds, 150 Allegan County Fair Drive, Allegan. 8am-4pm. Hundreds of exhibitors inside and outside. Held the last Sunday of the month thru September. Admission: $4. 616-735-3333.
28 Memorial Day Parade, downtown Fennville. 11am.
28 Memorial Day Parade, Franklin Street to Waterfront Stadium, Grand Haven. 9:30am. 616-846-3575.
28 Coopersville Memorial Day Parade, downtown Coopersville. 9:30am. Visit or call 616-997-5164.
28 Spring Lake Memorial Day Parade, Spring Lake. Parade route begins at Buchanan & Exchange Streets. Ends at Spring Lake Township Cemetery where a memorial tribute to our country’s veterans will be held.
28 Memorial Day Parade, downtown South Haven.
North Beach ramp - South Haven, Michigan
28 Memorial Day Parade, downtown New Buffalo then along US-12 to the Cemetery. A memorial service will be conducted immediately after.
30 Memorial Day Parade, downtown Holland. Parade route travels from 8th Street and River to Columbia Avenue, south to 16th Street and east to the Pilgrim Home Cemetery. American Legion Band provides pre-parade music. 9:30am-10:30am.
30 Memorial Day Parade, Butler Street, downtown Saugatuck. 9am.
30 Memorial Day Parade, Center Street, downtown Douglas. 10am.
31 Tri-Cities Kiwanis Salmon Tournament, Chinook Pier, Grand Haven. 6am-2pm. Tournament benefits St. Jude Childrens’s Research Hospital. Call 616-846-6999.

Beach Stairs along Lake Michigan

Unless otherwise indicated, all Lake Effect Living photographs are the work and property of Sharon Pisacreta.

April - May 2012