Fall Fun Things to do this weekend

Things to Do This Weekend: Fun Activities around Grand Rapids & West Michigan

Hello Grand Rapids Weekends!

Are you looking for something to do with your family this weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) in West Michigan?

You came to the right place because, at Grand Rapids Kids, we make finding fun things to do with your family easy.

We cover the Lakeshore and the greater Grand Rapids area.

Just choose the weekend you want to know more about from the list of dates below and have fun planning your weekend adventure!

Or… visit the full event calendar if you want a look at everything coming up.

NOTE: Upcoming Weekend Events are published each Wednesday


Do you know of an event that other Grand Rapids/West Michigan families should know about? Please send us the details here. Thanks for helping us all find all of the fun things to do in Grand Rapids Michigan this weekend with our kids!

OCTOBER 22-24 Things to Do this Weekend

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Tunnel of Horror

October 22-23
7:00-10:00 PM
Speedy Wash – 2200 28th St SW, Wyoming, MI 49519

If your kids are like mine, going through the car wash is huge entertainment. This Friday and Saturday from 7:00-10:00 PM, Speedy Car Wash in Wyoming turns into the Tunnel of Horror! The spooky wash costs $16 and includes a treat. Best of all, 50% of proceeds go to Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital.

Haunted car wash
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Hallowee-Ones

October 22
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Frederik Meijer Gardens – 1000 E Beltline Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525

This Friday is the Hallowee-Ones event in the Children’s Garden at Frederik Meijer Gardens. Little ones can take part in their very own Halloween parade, listen to stories, and go on a Halloween Hunt. The event is from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM, and the parade begins at 10:15 AM.

Hallowee-Ones
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Book Moving Party

October 23
4:00 – 7:00 PM
Books and Mortar – 955 Cherry St SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49506

Local bookstore, Books & Mortar, is moving and they need our help! Join the Book Moving Party on Saturday from 4:00 – 7:00 PM. You can make some new friends and have some fun (there will be prizes). All books will be 20% off from 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM too!

Book Moving Party
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Country Fresh 75th Birthday Jubilee

October 23
1:00 – 5:00 PM
Riverside Park- 2001 Monroe Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505

Saturday you can grab FREE ice cream and hear live music at the Country Fresh 75th Birthday Jubilee. Enjoy the Moo-seum and bounce houses too! A fun time for the whole family is guaranteed!

Country Fresh 75th Birthday Jubilee
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Outdoor Movie – Raya and the Last Dragon

October 22
7:30 PM
Wellspring Preparatory High School – 1031 Page St NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505

Bundle up for a FREE outdoor viewing of Raya and the Last Dragon at Wellspring Preparatory High School. Popcorn available for 25 cents. Friday at 7:30 PM.

Outdoor Movie

OCTOBER 15-17 Things to Do this Weekend

1

Zoo Goes Boo

October 15-17
John Ball Zoo – 1300 Fulton St W, Grand Rapids, MI 49504

John Ball Zoo has once again transformed into the ultimate Halloween destination for Zoo Goes Boo, which kicks off this Friday! Trick-or-treat stations will be scattered throughout the zoo (great for social-distancing), and rumor has it some villains may stop by. Zoo members get early access (9:00 – 10:00 AM). Event runs Oct. 15-17 and Oct. 22-24. Tickets $13 adults, $11 kids/seniors (kids under 3 are free).

Zoo Goes Boo
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Park Before Dark

October 16-17
Boulder Ridge Wild Animal Park – 8313 Pratt Lake Ave SE, Alto, MI 49302

How cute do kids in animal costumes look next to the actual wild animals at Boulder Ridge? Find out at Park Before Dark, Boulder Ridge’s two-day Halloween extravaganza, taking place October 16-17. Spaced out vendors will pass out candy, coupons, and swag! Tickets are $12 each (ages 3+). Members are FREE.

Park Before Dark
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Grand Rapids Griffins

October 15
7:00 PM
Van Andel Arena – 130 Fulton St W, Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Hockey is back! Grand Rapids Griffins play their home opener Friday (October 15) at 7:00 PM. Tickets start at $17. Friday you can grab $2 hot dogs (and grown-ups can have a $2 beer). Stick around for a post-game Open Skate!

Grand Rapids Griffins
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Glow in the Park

October 16
7:00-9:00 PM
Pinewood Park – 1999 Wolfboro Dr SE, Kentwood, MI 49508

Mark your calendars for Kentwood’s Glow in the Park on Saturday October 16 from 7 – 9 PM. Pinewood Park will host glow-themed activities including light up playground games, crafts, music, food, and a short “fun run” (.3-1 mile walk/run). $5 basic registration includes a goodie bag of glow giveaway and $20 registration covers fun run, t-shirt, medal and goodie bag.

Glow in the Park
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Cranberry Bog Tours

October 17
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
DeGrandchamp’s Blueberry Farm – 76241 14th Ave, South Haven, MI 49090

Apples grow on trees. Blueberries grow on bushes. Cranberries grow…in a bog?! Tour the cranberry bog at DeGrandchamp’s Blueberry Farm (South Haven). Take a tour to learn all about harvesting cranberries. This sounds like such a unique family field trip! Sunday from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM. $3/adult, kids under 12 are FREE.

Cranberry Bog Tours

OCTOBER 8-10 Things to Do this Weekend

1

Grandville Fall Fest

October 8-9
Downtown Grandville

Head downtown Grandville this weekend (Oct. 8-9) for Fall Fest, a two-day event chock-full of fun for all ages. Friday night features the popular lighted pumpkin trail, as well as Beecher’s pretzels and root beer floats from Tippy Cow. Saturday includes horse drawn carriage rides, the Critter Barn petting zoo, scarecrow voting, fall games, and so much more!

Grandville Fall Fest
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Dogs and Donuts

October 9-10
Ed Dunneback & Girls Fruit Farm – 3025 6 Mile Rd NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49544

Where are my dog lovers at? This weekend only, bring your four-legged friends to the farm! Hosted by Ed Dunneback & Girls Fruit Farm, the Dogs & Donuts event welcomes dogs to navigate the corn maze, pick apples, and check out the pumpkin patch. Dogs must be leashed. $5 donation per pup (for the Humane Society of Grand Rapids).

Dogs and Donuts
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Fennville Goose Festival

October 7-10
Main Street, Fennville

This unique festival is all about…geese. The Fennville Goose Festival has all your favorite things about a festival–live music, art fair, carnival rides–along with some quirky events too (gosling run, anyone?!). Head an hour southwest of GR to see what all the excitement is about!

Goose Festival
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Fall Fest at Blandford

October 9
Sessions beginning at 10:00 AM, 11:30 AM, and 1:00 PM
Blandford Nature Center – 1715 Hillburn Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504

There are a lot of fall festivals around Grand Rapids, but Blandford’s Fall Fest is a favorite! Enjoy blacksmith demonstrations, make a scarecrow, dip candles, and see wildlife presentations. Three sessions on Saturday. Registration required. $7/members, $10/non-members, Free/2 and under.

Fall Fest at Blandford
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Movies in the Park: Casper

October 8
7:45 PM
Allendale Community Park – 11069 68th Ave, Allendale, MI 49401

Our favorite summer tradition is here for a Halloween edition! Friday at 7:45 PM you can catch a showing of Casper (remember, he’s the friendly ghost) at Allendale Community Park in the bandshell. Grab your chairs and blankets and snuggle up for this not-too-spooky time! 

Movies in the Park

OCTOBER 1-3 Things to Do this Weekend

1

Pumpkinfest in Zeeland

October 1-2
Locations around Zeeland

This Friday and Saturday is Pumpkinfest in Zeeland. There will be art, puppet shows, a pet costume contest, live music, contests, 5K run/walk, outdoor movie, and a parade. But that’s not it – check out the full schedule for all of the details.

Zeeland Pumpkinfest
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Walker Pumpkin Bash

October 2, 2021
1:30-3:00 PM
Walker City Hall – 4243 Remembrance Rd NW, Walker, MI 49534

You know fall has arrived when there are more fall fests than you can fit in the day! The Walker Pumpkin Bash takes place this Saturday from 1:30-3:00 PM outside the Walker City Complex. The first 1000 kids ages 12 and under will get a FREE pumpkin.

Walker Pumpkin Bash
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Halloween Costume Exchange

October 2, 2021
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Courtland Oakfield United Methodist Church – 10295 Myers Lake Ave NE, Rockford, MI 49341

Bring your old and outgrown Halloween costumes to Courtland Oakfield United Methodist Church in Rockford and exchange it for a fresh (gently used) costume. This thrifty Halloween Costume Exchange is happening Saturday from 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM.

Costume exchange
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Ada Village Fall Festival

October 1, 2021
4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Ada Village

The businesses in Ada will be celebrating the change in seasons with a Fall Festival. Paint pumpkins, find the hidden scarecrow, smile in the photo booth, and bring home some amazing Fall decor from a floral truck.

Ada Village Fall Festival
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Not So Spooky Trail!

October 2 & 3, 2021
3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Fellinlove Farm – 6364 144th Ave, Holland, MI 49423

Walk 3/4 mile Heartwood Forest’s not-so-scary nature trail! Visit the diverse animals and ride in the Pedal Boat/Kayak/Canoe on the Pond.

Not so Spooky trail

SEPTEMBER 24-26 Things to Do this Weekend

1

Harvest Fest in Rockford

September 24 at 12:00 PM through September 26 at 4:00 PM
Downtown Rockford

This weekend is Rockford’s Harvest Fest. Don’t miss out on all the fall fun including a tractor parade, chili cook off, classic car show and other family activities. Friday at 12 PM through Sunday 4 PM. FREE.

Rockford Harvest Fest
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African American Art and Music Festival

September 25
12:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Studio Park – 123 Ionia Ave SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Bring the whole family to Studio Park this Saturday to celebrate African American Art and Music. The festival will immerse the community in art, music, dance, and food that reflects the city’s diversity. FREE admission.

African American Art and Music Festival
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Social Justice Begins With Me

September 25
10:00 AM
Grand Rapids Public Library, Main Branch – 111 Library St NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Saturday is the first session of Social Justice Begins With Me, a free book club for kids ages 4-11 at the Grand Rapids Public Library. Kids explore important topics – this month is Gender Equity – through reading and conversation.

Social Justice Begins with Me
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Fall Semi-Annual Sale by GRMoMs

September 24 – 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM
September 25 – 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
3959 68th St SW, Byron Center, MI 49315

Save yourself time and money by shopping the GRMoMs (Grand Rapid’s Mothers of Multiples) HUGE Semi-Annual Sale. Entry is FREE and all items are grouped by category, making it easy to shop. The sale is Friday and Saturday (Sept. 24-25) at Woodhaven Reformed Church in Byron Center.

Fall Semi-Annual Sale by GRMoMs
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Oktoberfest Grand Rapids

September 24 3:00 PM–11:00 PM
September 25 12:00 PM-11:00 PM
Riverside Park – 2001 Monroe Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505

Oktoberfest Grand Rapids is back and ready to shout ZIGGE ZAGGE ZIGGE ZAGGE! They’ll be at Riverside Park in Grand Rapids on September 24 & 25 with real German bier, all kinds of games, and the 2nd annual Dachshund Dash! This year they’ve partnered with Hearts of Hope Dog Rescue – they will receive a portion of the proceeds and will have dogs available for adoption!

Oktoberfest Grand Rapids
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Confluence Fest – Grand Rapids

September 25 10:00 AM-7:00 PM
Calder Plaza – Downtown Grand Rapids

Stop by Future Innovators Zone (FIZ) at Confluence Fest – Grand Rapids and explore hands-on exhibits and activities. FIZ will give your curious thinkers a unique and fun learning opportunity full of science, technology, music, and art.

Confluence Fest

SEPTEMBER 17-19 Things to Do this Weekend

1

ArtPrize

September 16-October 3, 2021
Venues around Grand Rapids

ArtPrize is back! Visit downtown Grand Rapids for this international art competition with exhibits around the city. ArtPrize only lasts 18 days, so don’t wait!

ArtPrize
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Michigan Apple Fest

September 17 (2:00 – 7:00 PM) and 18 (10:00 AM – 4:00 PM)
Downtown Sparta

Michigan Apple Fest is going on in Sparta on Friday and Saturday. Head to downtown Sparta for kids crafts, petting zoos, apple sling-shot competitions, and so much more!

Michigan Apple Fest
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Honeycrisp Fest

September 18 and 19, 2021
Ed Dunneback & Girls Fruit Farm – 3025 6 Mile Rd NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49544

It’s Honeycrisp Fest at Ed Dunneback & Girls Farm on Saturday and Sunday. Pick your own apples or come early Saturday (9:00 – 11:00 AM) to enjoy a pancake breakfast.

Honeycrisp Fest
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Open Gym

September 17 12:00 – 1:00 PM
September 18 1:00 – 3:00 PM
Grand Rapids Gymnastics – 1601 Galbraith Ave, STE 301, Grand Rapids, MI 49546

Tumble, wiggle, and roll that energy out–Open Gym is back at Grand Rapids Gymnastics! All ages welcome Thursdays 1:00 – 2:30 PM ($8/child, $20/family max) and Saturdays 1:00 – 3:00 PM ($10/members, $12/non-members). Preschool Playtime on Fridays from 12:00 – 1:00 PM ($6/members, $8/non-members). 

Grand Rapids Gymnastics
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Women’s Night in Ada Village

September 17, 2021
5:00 AM to 8:00 PM
Ada Village

This one’s for the ladies! Enjoy an evening out this Friday (Sept. 17) at Women’s Night in Ada Village. This free event runs from 5 to 8 pm. and features a fashion show, prizes, hot deals, and more.

women's night in ada village

SEPTEMBER 10-12 Things to Do this Weekend

1

Touch a Tractor

September 11, 2021
9:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Ed Dunneback & Girls Fruit Farm – 3025 6 Mile Rd NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49544

Tractor lovers of all ages are invited to Ed Dunneback & Girls Fruit Farm on Saturday (Sept. 11) for their annual Touch a Tractor event. Watch the rigs get washed and enjoy up close access to John Deere, Case, and Chalmers! This FREE event is open to all.

Touch a Tractor
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Creston After Dark

September 11, 2021
12:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Creston Neighborhood (corner of Plainfield and Quimby)

Creston is one of the fastest-growing neighborhoods in GR and you’re invited to see why at the annual Creston After Dark street party! Attractions include an artisan market, music, kids activities, and local eats/drinks. This FREE event runs from 12 pm to 10 pm on Saturday, Sept. 11.

Creston After Dark
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Customer Appreciation Days

September 9-11, 2021
Everett’s Gardens – 240 84th Street SE, Byron Center, MI 49315

It’s Customer Appreciation Days Thursday through Saturday at Everett’s Gardens. Grownups can catch a FREE class while kids search for cute gnomes that have gone missing! Search high and low for the mischievous gnomes and be rewarded with a prize!

Everett's Gardens Customer Appreciation
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Fall Peddlers’ Market

September 11, 2021
9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Downtown Zeeland – Church Street

Find some fall enthusiasm as you wander Church Street in Zeeland at the Fall Peddlers’ Market. Shop from local vendors for handmade goods, enjoy live music, and grab a bite from a food truck.

Fall Peddlers' Market
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Art in the Park

September 11, 2021
Garden Club Park – Rockford, MI

Rockford’s Art in the Park is back this Saturday with over 50 local artists selling their masterpieces–from jewelry to paintings, pottery to photography–I’m sure you’ll find something that catches your eye!

Art in the Park

SEPTEMBER 3-6 Things to Do this Weekend

1

Labor Day Truck Parade

September 6, 2021
Downtown Zeeland

A little holiday family fun is waiting at the Labor Day Truck Parade in downtown Zeeland. Watch big trucks roll on by and then enjoy a FREE ice cream social in downtown Holland when the parade is finished.

Labor Day truck parade
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Labor Day Block Party

September 4, 2021
11:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Tanger Outlets – Byron Center, MI

Celebrate the end of summer at Tanger Outlets with face painting, yard games, a balloon artist, and more. Oh, and probably a little shopping too! 

Labor Day block party
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Newago Logging Festival

September 3-5, 2021
Shaw Park – Newago, MI

Newago is hosting its annual Logging Festival all weekend long. Head to Shaw Park to enjoy the Lumberjack Competition, chainsaw carvings, arts and crafts vendors, a parade, and so much more! Downtown Newago is under construction, but there’s lots of cute shops to visit if you’re in the area. 

Newaygo logging festival
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St. Joseph Fair & Market

September 3-5, 2021
St. Joseph, MI

Celebrate the long weekend in downtown St. Joseph, this Friday through Sunday. Activities will include lighthouse tours, an artisan fair, and live music. The first 250 attendees at the farmer’s market will receive a FREE tote bag.

St Joseph Fair & Market
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West Michigan Whitecaps

September 5, 2021
LMCU Ballpark – 4500 W River Dr NE, Comstock Park, MI 49321
6:00 PM

Bring your family out to the ballpark for Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital Family Sunday. The first 1,000 kids EAT FREE! Plus after the game, kids can safely run the bases! Stick around after the game and enjoy a spectacular post game fireworks show.

West Michigan Whitecaps

AUGUST 27-29 Things to Do this Weekend

1

Polish Heritage Festival

August 27-29, 2021
Calder Plaza – Downtown Grand Rapids

Calling all the “-skis” and multi-consonant last names! Polish Heritage Festival is back this year, this time at Calder Plaza. Enjoy family-friendly music, food, dancing, and entertainment. Feel less guilty after indulging in the food booths by following them with Polka dancing. Friday and Saturday 11 AM – 11 PM, Sunday 12 PM – 5 PM.

Polish Heritage Festival
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Michigan Renaissance Festival

August 28 & 29, 2021
12600 Dixie Hwy., Holly, MI 48442
10:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Drive two hours east to Holly for the Michigan Renaissance Festival. It launches this weekend and runs until October 3. You’ll be delighted by musicians, magicians, and even a live jousting competition. General admission is $13.50 for kids 5-12, and $21.95 for adults.

Michigan Renaissance Festival
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GR Mud Run

August 28, 2021
1200 60th St SE, Kentwood, MI 49508
11:30 AM

Get moving with the whole family this weekend in a GR Mud Run in Kentwood! The race includes challenging obstacles and plenty of mud. Participants will receive a t-shirt and medal! Register in advance for the Kid’s Mini Race (ages 6-11) or the 5k (ages 11+). Saturday, 11:30 AM. $25/kid.

GR Mud Run
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Monster Truck Show

August 28, 2021
3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
5235 Park Ave, Hudsonville, MI 49426

This Saturday, it’s all things monster trucks at the Hudsonville Community Fair. The show starts at 6:00 PM and kids can ride a monster truck before or after. Adults $7, kids 5-11 $2, and kids under 5, FREE.

Monster Truck Show
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Hastings Summerfest

August 27-29, 2021
Downtown Hastings, MI

Not so fast, autumn! There’s still summer celebrating to do. This weekend, the Hastings Summerfest features live entertainment, arts and crafts, a parade, and a car show. Sports enthusiasts will want to participate or watch the weightlifting competition, basketball game, and softball tournament.

Hastings Summerfest

AUGUST 20-22 Things to Do this Weekend

1

Baby Animal Days!

August 20 & 21, 2021
Boulder Ridge Wild Animal Park – 8313 Pratt Lake Ave SE, Alto, MI 49302

It’s Baby Animal Days at Boulder Ridge Wild Animal Park through Sunday. Head to Alto for cool animal encounters and one-of-a-kind photo ops!

Boulder Ridge baby animal days
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Bridge Street Makers Market and Crawl

August 21, 2021
1:00 to 6:00 PM
Bridge Street – Downtown Grand Rapids

This Saturday from 1:00 – 6:00 PM you can shop a local Makers Market on Bridge Street with an adult beverage in hand. The event is family-friendly, but there will be alcohol present.

Bridge Street maker's market
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Grand Haven Musical Fountain

August 20 & 21, 2021
9:50 PM
101 N Harbor Dr, Grand Haven, MI 49417

Make some late night, summer memories at Grand Haven’s Musical Fountain. Weekend shows are Disney (Friday) and Pixar (Saturday) Themed!

Grand Haven musical fountain
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West Michigan Whitecaps

August 20 at 7:05 PM 
August 21 at 7:05 PM 
August 22 at 2:00 PM 
LMCU Ballpark – 4500 West River Drive, Comstock Park, MI 49321

The Whitecaps are playing at home this week (Tuesday through Sunday) and the weather looks perfect for a family outing at the ballpark! Special promotions and giveaways are happening all week long. Friday’s theme of “Recess” will feature Four Square, Hop Scotch, Double Dutch, and other playground classics!

West Michigan Whitecaps
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Celebration Freedom

August 20, 2021
4:00 PM
Kollen Park – 240 Kollen Park Dr, Holland, MI 49423

Celebration Freedom will be Friday, August 20 beginning at 4pm with kids games, vendors, live martial arts demonstration, live music, all culminating at dusk with Fireworks over Lake Macatawa to the sounds of live music.

Celebration Freedom

AUGUST 13-15 Things to Do this Weekend

1

A Glimpse of Africa Festival

August 14, 2021
10:30 AM to 10:00 PM
Calder Plaza – Downtown Grand Rapids

Coming up this Saturday (August 14), the Glimpse of Africa festival is the largest, one-of-a-kind African cultural event in West Michigan! This family-friendly event offers an opportunity to learn about diverse and beautiful African cultures through food, dance, and fashion. Kids and adults alike will want to check out the interactive activities, including hair braiding, henna tattoos, headwrap tutorials, fun quizzes, and so much more!

A Glimpse of Africa Festival
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Kent County Youth Fair

August 9-14, 2021
225 S. Hudson, Lowell, MI 49331

The Kent County Youth Fair provides valuable agricultural exposure to farming and raising livestock with hands-on experiences that are fun for everyone! Along with agricultural education, they offer a wide variety of FREE family entertainment all week long! Whether you’re catching a show, taking a walk through the barns, or riding a roller coaster at the carnival, you’ll enjoy every minute of your visit to Fair!

Kent County Youth Fair
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Downtown Holland Sidewalk Sales

August 13-14, 2021
9:00 AM – 8:00 PM (Fri), 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Sat)
8th Street – Downtown Holland

Great deals await this weekend in Holland during the biggest sale of the year. Gift shops, clothing boutiques, and art galleries will offer great deals, outdoors. The street will be closed to traffic and you can browse at leisure.

Downtown Holland Sidewalk Sales
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The Zoo and You

August 13, 2021
5:30 – 6:30 PM or 6:30 – 7:30 PM
Lakeshore Museum Center – 430 W. Clay Ave., Muskegon, MI 49440

John Ball Zoo is on the move and will be hosting classes all about turtles at the Lakeshore Museum Center in Muskegon. Browse the turtle exhibit and do a turtle craft too! Classes are $5/person (FREE for members) and run from 5:30 – 6:30 PM or 6:30 – 7:30 PM.

The Zoo and You
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Peach Festival at Ed Dunneback & Girls Fruit Farm

August 14, 2021
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
3025 6 Mile Rd, Grand Rapids, MI 49544

Love peaches? This is the festival for you! Enjoy stacked pancakes n’ peaches, peach mimosas, peach cider, peach beer, peach moscato slushies, and peach cobbler! FREE Live Music 12-3pm

Peach Festival

AUGUST 6-8 Things to Do this Weekend

1

Zeeland Chalk Fest

August 6, 2021
4:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Zeeland

Color your Friday with fun at the Zeeland Chalk Fest! Watch the artists at work from 12 pm to 4 pm. Come back at night (4 pm to 8 pm) to view the completed chalk art and enjoy live music and food trucks! This free event is sure to WOW the aspiring artists in your family!

Zeeland Chalk Fest
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Grand Rapids Hispanic Festival

August 6-8, 2021
Grand Rapids Calder Plaza

After taking a break in 2020, we’re happy to report that the Grand Rapids Hispanic Festival is back this weekend (August 6-8) at the Calder Plaza. You can find delicious food, live music, and awesome dance demonstrations. You won’t want to miss this FREE, family-friendly event (but make sure to bring some money for food)!

Grand Rapids Hispanic Festival
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Kayak Trip at Hemlock Crossing

August 8, 2021
9:30 AM
Hemlock Crossing County Park – 8115 W Olive Rd, West Olive, MI 49460

Sunday you can kayak your way down Pigeon River with Ottawa County’s Kayak Trip at Hemlock Crossing. Must by 13+ (a fun date with your big kids) and registration is required. Cost is $8/person, $12 if you need to borrow a kayak. 

Kayak Trip at Hemlock Crossing
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Coast Guard Festival

August 6-8, 2021
Grand Haven

Grand Haven’s Coast Guard Festival celebrates and honors the men and women of The United States Coast Guard. Events include concerts, carnival, parades, fireworks, and more!

Watch the Grand Parade August 7th at 11:45am. Then stay late for The Fireworks Extravaganza that starts at dark and can be viewed from the waterfront. The fireworks are accompanied by choreographed music from Grand Haven’s Musical Fountain. For over 75 years, visitors have been wowed by what has been described as “The best fireworks display in Michigan.”

Grand Haven Coast Guard Festival
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Food Truck Fridays

August 6, 2021
5:00 PM-9:00 PM
Riverside Park – 2001 Monroe Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505

The premiere weekly food truck event! Enjoy a night out at the park sampling delicious food from Grand Rapids Best Food Trucks.

Food Truck Fridays

JULY 30-AUGUST 1 Things to Do this Weekend

1

Coast Guard Festival

July 30-August 8, 2021
Grand Haven

Grand Haven’s Coast Guard Festival starts next week (July 30 – August 8). Celebrating and honoring the men and women of The United States Coast Guard, events include concerts, carnival, parades, fireworks, and more!

There are still open spots for the Cardboard Boat Races on Saturday, July 31. Two classes of racers will be featured at Waterfront Stadium: The Buoy Class (ages 10-15) and the Cutter Class (ages 16+). Prizes will be awarded (even one for the best sinker!) Boats on display until noon, race starts at 1:30 PM.

Coast Guard Festival
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Meet Me at the Fair

July 31, 2021 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM
August 1, 2021 1:00 – 4:00 PM
Frederik Meijer Gardens – 1000 East Beltline Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525

Frederik Meijer Gardens is getting in the fair spirit with their Meet Me at the Fair event this weekend (July 31 and August 1). See live farm animals, listen to music, and play fair games. You can find the festivities in the Michigan Farm Garden from 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM on Saturday and 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM on Sunday. Price included in the cost of admission.

Meijer Gardens farm fair
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Sunflower Days at Gull Meadow Farms

July 30-August 1, 2021
Gull Meadow Farms – 8544 Gull Rd, Richland, MI 49083

Grab your camera (or phone) and capture the beauty of Sunflower Days at Gull Meadow Farms in Richland, MI. Walk through 5-acres of brilliantly-colored sunflowers and enjoy all the farm has to offer. Admission is $14/person and includes entrance to the sunflower field, access to more than 10 different photo spots/prop stops, 1 cut bloom, family activity areas, and petting farm. The event kicks off this weekend (July 30 to August 1).

Gull Meadow farms sunflowers
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Gilmore Car Museum Concert- Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra: Movie Music

July 31, 2021
6:00 PM
Gilmore Car Museum – 6865 Hickory Road, Hickory Corners, MI 49060

The Gilmore Car Museum has a great lineup of events, but the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra: Movie Music concert caught our attention. They will be performing favorite scores from “Star Wars”, “E.T.”, “Harry Potter” and much more! Doors open at 6 PM, music starts at 8 PM. Tickets are $25 – $50.

Gilmore Car Museum
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Allendale Movies in the Park

July 30, 2021
Dusk
Allendale Community Park Bandshell – 6676 Lake Michigan Dr, Allendale, MI 49401

Nothing says it’s the weekend like a movie night. Allendale Township is bringing you FREE movies in the park this summer. Friday night at dusk your family can watch Tom & Jerry at the Allendale Community Park Bandshell. The weather looks perfect for this!

Allendale movies in the park

JULY 23-25 Things to Do this Weekend

1

Dairy Discovery’s Summer Shindig

July 24, 2021
9:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Dairy Discovery – 12877 84th St SE, Alto, MI 49302

Dairy Discovery is a farm, E-I-E-I-O, and on this farm they have a SUMMER SHINDIG! Head to Dairy Discovery this Saturday (July 24) for a fun-filled day that includes hayrides, a bounce house, and an antique car show. Visit the petting zoo and milk Darcy the Cow. Grab lunch from the Dairy Discovery Specialty Shop or a local food truck. Don’t forget to swing by the Ice-cream Jeanie!

The event runs from 9 am until 2 pm. Cost is $8/person (2 and up).

Dairy Discovery summer shindig
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Byron Days Festival

July 22-25, 2021
Bicentennial Park – Byron Center, MI

This weekend kicks off Byron Days in Byron Center! This little festival feels like home. Parades, pancakes, fun runs, and fireworks–Byron Days celebrates BIG from July 22-25. See the full schedule of events here.

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Bizarre Bazaar Pop Up Art Market

July 24, 2021
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Eastown – Ethel Street between Wealthy and Sigsbee

Celebrate local artisans, craft beer, entertainment, and the unique flavor of Eastown at the Bizarre Bazaar on Saturday from 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM. The bazaar will be set up on Ethel Street between Wealthy and Sigsbee.

The event is FREE (dogs are not allowed).

Bizarre Bazaar Pop Up Art Market
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Last Sundays Outdoor Market at Bridge Street Market

July 25, 2021
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Bridge Street Market – 405 Seward Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504

On the last Sunday of each month, Bridge Street Market hosts a variety of local makers, vendors, farmers, food carts, samplings, and more outside on the corner of Bridge & Seward.

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West Michigan Whitecaps – Trolls Night

July 23, 2021
7:00 PM
LMCU Ballpark – 4500 West River Drive, Comstock Park, MI 49321

Bring your family out to the ballpark for Trolls Night!

Fridays are full of family fun! They will have kids activities, mascot autograph session and more!

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JULY 16-18 Things to Do this Weekend

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Macatawa Water Festival

July 17, 2021
9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Windmill Island – Holland, MI

Celebrate the pride of our Great Lake state (water!) at the Macatawa Water Festival this Saturday. On Windmill Island in Holland you can find activities for kids of all ages from 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM. The event is FREE (and pairs well with an afternoon at the beach when you’re done).

Macatawa Water Festival
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Scooby-Doo Night at the West Michigan Whitecaps

July 16, 2021
7:00 PM
LMCU Ballpark – 4500 West River Drive, Comstock Park, MI 49321

Take your pooch to the ball game! Yep, it’s Scooby-Doo Night at the West Michigan Whitecaps on Friday–and that means your 4-legged friends are welcome. Grab the leash and head to LMCU Ballpark for a night out for the whole family.

Tickets start at $10.

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Mike Yore Memorial Car Show

July 16, 2021
4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Lake Boulevard – St. Joseph, MI

Vroom, Vroom: If your kiddo loves cars, head to St. Joseph this Friday for the Mike Yore Memorial Car Show. More than 150 classic cars will line up along Lake Boulevard, from 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM. It’s FREE!

Mike Yore Car Show
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East Hills Sidewalk Sales

July 14-18, 2021
East Hills – Lake Drive, Cherry Street, and Diamond Avenue – Grand Rapids, MI

Score some HOT deals at the East Hills Sidewalk Sales, coming up July 14-18. Browse the list of participating stores and plan your route in this walkable neighborhood!

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Young Listeners Series

July 18, 2021
3:00 PM
Saugatuck Center for the Arts Pavillion – 400 Culver St, Saugatuck, MI 49453

Wiggles and giggles welcomed at this FREE performance designed to encourage your youngest musicians. Catch a performance by a string quartet followed by family-friendly activities after.

Young Listeners Series

JULY 9-11 Things to Do this Weekend

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Lowell Riverwalk Cruise-In

July 10, 2021
8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce – 113 Riverwalk Plaza, Lowell, MI 49331

Cruise on over to Lowell to check out some cool cars! There are no class categories–antique cars, muscle cars, new cars–all judged in fun categories like People’s Choice, Cleanest Interior, and more.

Entrance fee is $10 per car.

Lowell Riverwalk Cruise-in
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Courtyard Concerts: On The Sun

July 9, 2021
6:15 PM
1 N Harbor Dr, Grand Haven, MI 49417

Head to the lakeshore and enjoy a free concert with a picture perfect backdrop. This Friday you can catch the band On the Sun and enjoy their funky-soul vibe. Can’t make it this weekend? These FREE concerts are happening all summer long!

Courtyard Concerts
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Movies From The Mound

July 10, 2021
6:00 – 8:00 PM
LMCU Ballpark – 4500 West River Dr., Comstock Park, MI 49321

Grab your blankets and chairs for a one-of-a-kind movie experience: from the middle of a baseball field! This weekend you can catch The Croods 2 on the big screen. Concessions and adult beverages available to purchase. Tickets are $7 per person.

Movies on the Mound
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Twisted P Rodeo

July 9, 2021
7:00 PM
Berlin Fair – 2008 Berlin Fair Dr, Marne, MI 49435

Nothing says a night in the country like a good ol’ fashioned rodeo. Mosey on over to Marne for the can’t miss event of the summer–sure to captivate kids of all ages. 

Ages 10 and up – $15, Ages 5-10 – $10, Ages 5 and under – FREE

Twisted P Rodeo
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Public Observing Night at the Observatory

July 10, 2021
9:30 PM
James C. Veen Observatory – 3308 Kissing Rock Ave SE, Lowell, MI 49331

All eyes on the sky during the public observing night at the James C.Veen Observatory in Lowell. Featured objects this month will be star clusters, nebulas, galaxies, and Saturn late. Subject to sky conditions (if the sky isn’t clear, the event will be canceled).

$3 for adults, $2 kids 17 years and under, kids 5 years and under are FREE

Public observing night at the Observatory

JULY 2-5 Things to Do this Weekend

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Find a Fireworks Show

There are so many fireworks shows happening this weekend in celebration of Independence Day!

Choose from shows on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday!

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50’s Evening featuring Vintage Car Club of Holland and The Westside – Band

July 3, 2021
Nelis’ Dutch Village – 12350 James St, Holland, MI 49424

Nelis’ Dutch Village is throwing a 50’s party to celebrate being fully open!

Regular admission prices that day will include viewing the cars and appreciating the band. $14 for adults and $12 for kids aged 3-15, but you can save $1 each online.

Step inside the Village to enjoy all the usual fun stuff and stroll around the walkways while checking out the 1950s and 1960s classic cars from the Vintage Car Club of Holland. They’ll have a beer tent and a Special Musical Guest at 6 p.m.: The Westside – Band!

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Berlin Fair

July 5-10, 2021
Berlin Fairgrounds – 2008 Berlin Fair Dr, Marne, MI 49435

Michigan’s longest running fair, since 1855, is back!

Enjoy youth open exhibits, livestock, carnival, Grandstand events, and more!

With an emphasis on youth and agriculture, they provide the community with a financially sound fair that educates, entertains, and allows for community involvement with a wholesome family atmosphere.

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Movie Under the Stars in Dorr

July 2, 2021 10:00 pm
Dorr South Park – 1841 142nd Ave, Dorr, MI 49323

Grab some snacks, prop a pillow, and relax under the evening sky. Movie in theme with the holiday will start at dusk in South Park.

Come early for a live performance from Deerfield Run!

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Red, White, Blue and You: A Salute to Independence Day at Meijer Gardens

July 3, 2021 1:00-3:00 pm
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park – 1000 East Beltline Avenue NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525

Celebrate America’s birthday—the Children’s Garden way!

Show your patriotic spirit by participating in a variety of engaging red, white and blue Independence Day activities. From an “All-American Flag Hunt,” to a “Star-Spangled Story Time” to a “Hoopla Hula Hoop” game—birthday fun will be had by everyone!

Meijer Gardens childrens garden

JUNE 18-20 Things to Do this Weekend

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Pirate Chaser Sail in South Haven

Defend the South Haven harbor on an hour and a half Pirate Chaser sail aboard an 1810 replica sloop on Lake Michigan.
Maximum 28 passengers (4+ years). Children must be accompanied by an adult. $37

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West Michigan Chalk Art Festival in Byron Center

June 18-19, 2021
Bring the whole family, your friends, and your neighbors.
You can participate as an artist or just walk, view, and experience the art at your feet. Welcome back!

West Michigan Chalk Art Festival in Byron Center
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Garden Bros Nuclear Circus

June 17-20, 2021
Berlin Fairgrounds – 2008 Berlin Fair Drive – Marne MI

The World’s Largest Circus Under The Biggest Big Top On Earth!

This year’s show has blasted into the next generation of showbiz with breathtaking special effects, concert style sound and lighting and 3 RINGS bursting with excitement, laughter and memories that families will always cherish.  

The very best performers from over 22 countries make up this action jammed, fast-paced 100-minute performance: featuring the Crazy Cossacks Riderz, Human Slingshot, Wheel of Death, Human Cannonball, Motorcycles in the Sphere of Fear, Showgirls Hanging from their Hair, Olympic Gymnasts, the Funniest Clowns, Back Flipping Dogs as seen on America’s Got Talent.

KIDS FUN ZONE: ride a camel, a circus pony, a giant slide, or a bouncy house and the whole family can get their face painted like Spiderman.  Come hungry cause there’s plenty of food.

Garden Bros Nuclear Circus
Garden Bros Nuclear Circus
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Movies From The Mound

June 18, 2021– Incredibles 2 // Black Panther
June 18, 2021– The Sandlot // Jumanji Next Level
LCMU Ballpark

LMCU Ballpark is excited to welcome back our summer movie series, Movies From the Mound!
Presented by Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes & Energy (EGLE).

Bring your blankets, chairs and the entire family out and enjoy watching a movie on our massive centerfield LED videoboard while sitting in the comforts of the LMCU Ballpark outfield.

Your favorite ballpark and movie concessions will be available for purchase, along with our most popular adult beverages!

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Dino Stroll – Grand Rapids

June 19-20, 2021
DeltaPlex

During Dino Stroll experience a transformation into the Mesozoic Era with prehistoric dinosaurs from the Triassic, Jurassic, and Cretaceous periods,
throughout!
As guests walk through this Dinosaur adventure they are able to get up close and personal with almost 75 life-like creatures, reptiles, and life-size dinosaurs, with most standing over 25 feet tall and spanning over 60 feet long,

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Juneteenth Freedom Festival in Holland

June 19, 2021
Kollen Park in Holland

Juneteenth is a holiday that commemorates the day in 1865 when the enslaved people of Texas finally learned that slavery had been abolished and that they were free.

I AM Academy is excited to bring the Juneteenth Freedom Festival to the community of Holland for a time of learning, networking, eating, and shopping. Our Festival will provide a celebrative atmosphere that brings people together from all cultures and backgrounds across West Michigan.

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555 Jam on the Grand: Skate, Scoot & BMX Competition

June 18-19, 2021
555 Monroe, downtown Grand Rapids

Join us for the belated but highly anticipated grand opening event for the new skate facility at 555 Monroe!
This event includes a skate, bike and BMX competition, awards ceremonies, live graffiti mural painting by local artists, live music, food vendors, yard games, prizes and more.

APRIL 23-25 Things to Do this Weekend

» Family-Friendly Things to Do this Weekend • April 23-25, 2021

1) Find all 12 Life-Sized Balloon Animals in Grandville

Tool around Downtown Grandville this weekend (Thrus-Sat) and see how many of the 12 LIFE-SIZED BALLOON ANIMALS you can find.
This free event is open to the public and geared toward families. Among the sculptures you’ll see:
-Animal Eye Spy balloon sculpture
-Unicorn balloon sculpture
-Dragon
-Dinosaur
-Monkey Tree
and more!
Map & Details: https://grkids.com/grandville-balloon-walk/ Balloon Walk.

Each venue will have event maps, goodie collecting bags, and wrapped chocolate for each guest (while supplies last).

Current mask orders and number of people allowed in businesses must be followed. 
Grandville Balloon Walk
2) Find Great Deals

‘Tis the Season: Garage sale season, that is. If your neighborhood is having a sale, submit it to our Garage Sale guide to gain some additional foot traffic.

If you’re looking for a sale–scroll our Garage Sale guide to see where you can shop in the coming weeks!
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3) Go Indie

Saturday, April 24, is Indie Bookstore Day.

Celebrate accordingly by grabbing a local cup of coffee and heading to Books & Mortar. They’ll have live music, sales, giveaways, and special edition books up for grabs. Sip some coffee, support a local business, enjoy some time with your significant other, and buy all the new books–basically a perfect day!

(Want something closer to you? Use this bookstore finder to shop local wherever you’re at.)
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4) Get Bendy

Kula Yoga on Wealthy SE is hosting an energetic, game-based Big + Little yoga class for kids ages 5-10 followed by a read-along with the owner of We Are LIT Multicultural Bookstore.

Kendra will be reading The Magical Yet. Cost is $25 for a big and kiddo duo, plus you’ll take home a copy of the book!

Event takes place on Sunday, April 25, from 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM. Tickets required. Bring a mat and a mask.
5) Friday Toddler Time at Craig’s Cruisers

The one thing toddlers are never short on: energy. Head to Craig’s Cruisers in Wyoming for Toddler Time on Friday from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM.

Cost is $4.99 per person and includes access to jump and leap around their trampoline park until it’s time for a nap!
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6) Go to the Enchanted Forest

Date(s) – Apr 24, 2021 – Apr 25, 2021
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Explore Camp Newaygo’s woodland trails lined with miniature fairy houses and tiny gnome homes.

This spring, fairies and gnomes will be stopping by Camp Newaygo to find a place to stay in our Enchanted Forest! Check out amazing little houses created by local artists specially for our tiny visitors. A snack and socially distanced craft are included and concessions will be available for purchase.

APRIL 2-4 Things to Do

» Family-Friendly Things to Do this Weekend • April 2-4, 2021

1) See What’s Hatching

You know it’s springtime when you see the fluffy baby animals coming out at the farm! Not sure where to find the cutest animals for your kids to visit?

Check out this list of 25+ kid-friendly animal farms and petting zoos in West Michigan.

Our family is excited to go to the Critter Barn Spring Fling to see the ducklings, bunnies, chicks, calves, and lambs.
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2) Head to John Ball Zoo for BRICKLIVE Supersized!

This Lego event features small animals in a very big way — some over 12ft tall!

These larger-than-life Lego creatures are a must-see. Included in admission. Pro tip: reserve your timed tickets for the zoo today.
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BRICKLIVE Supersized! at John Ball Zoo
3) B-I-N-G-O: Do you see what I see? Blandford Nature Center is hosting Family Birding Bingo on April 3 from 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM.

They’ll equip you with binoculars, a BINGO board, and a bird identification guide.

Return your sheet (with or without a BINGO) for a prize at the end! Cost is $15 per family for members, $20 per family for non-members. Registration is required.
4) Visit the Wild Connections LEGO Exhibit at GRPM

We’re sticking close to home this Spring Break and looking to add some fun activities to make break feel special. What could be better than an outing to the iconic Grand Rapids Public Museum?

Answer: exploring the GRPM and an awesome LEGO exhibit!

Brighten your staycation with a trip to the GRPM to visit the Wild Connections LEGO exhibit. See LEGO creations that are larger than life and totally fascinating! Your kids are likely to leave inspired and spend the rest of break creating their own LEGO masterpieces. Advance ticket purchase required to reserve your time slot.
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5) Create at The Mud Room

I love arts and crafts. One of the best things about having kids is getting to be creative all over again with them!

If you’re looking for something creative to do while staying close to home over Spring Break–you need to take a trip to The Mud Room. It’s the perfect staycation activity for all the little artists in your house! They’re open daily to paint pottery and have awesome Potter’s Wheel classes available for kids ages 7 through adult (um, yes please!).

The Mud Room is the perfect place to get together and paint with your “pod” or host a small birthday party. They’re still offering take-and-make options too!
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6) Lots of Easter Egg Hunts

After the year we’ve had, a lot of West Michigan families are looking forward to Easter egg hunts.

While some of the traditional Easter events, like Easter brunch with the Easter Bunny will be a little harder to come by this year, outdoor Easter Egg hunts are something we’re seeing return to the calendar in high numbers.

We’re also seeing creative ideas, like an Easter Bunny Road Rally pop up.

Be sure to preregister and read the fine print for your preferred Easter Event – see the full list of Easter Egg Hunts here.
2021 Easter Egg Hunts Grand Rapids
7) More Ideas from Our Event Calendar

Spring Break Open Ice Skate at the WIFC
Bunny Cuteness Overload! Interactive and Educational!

OCT 9-11 THINGS TO DO

» Family-Friendly Things to Do this Weekend • Oct 9-11, 2020


What else is going on?

September’s Event List will help with that.


OCT 2-4 THINGS TO DO

» Family-Friendly Things to Do this Weekend • Oct 2-4, 2020

It's Fall Family Day at Meijer Gardens!

Sat, Oct 3, 2020

01:00 PM

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Visit the Children’s Garden for fabulous fall family fun. Activities include something for all your senses—listen to fall-inspired tunes and autumn-themed stories, view a fiber arts demonstration and take a naturalist walk highlighting this amazing season.
This event is included in your membership or admission ticket!
Activities include:
Fall-Inspired Tunes with WoodSong at 1:30 pm and 2:30 pm
Clap, snap, move to the beat and sing along to fall-inspired Tunes with WoodSong!
Naturalist Walk “Shapes in Nature: I Spy Leaf Shapes” at 1:15 pm, 2:15 pm and 3:15 pm
Take an exploratory Autumn-themed Naturalist Walk “Shapes in Nature: I Spy Leaf Shapes.”
Weaving Tales; Leaf Colors and Shapes at 1 pm, 1:45 pm, 2:30 pm and 3:15 pm
Observe fall colors being woven on a loom as you listen to stories about fall color and the changes of the season with Weaving Tales: Leaf Colors and Shapes!

High Tail it To Kalamazoo and Visit 6 Destinations for the Price of One Family Membership

October 1-31, 2020

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While delayed due to COVID-19 (it’s normally in May), the Southwest Michigan Cultural Exchange is back again in 2020, offering an amazing chance to visit 6 local cultural institutions in October.

Is admission really FREE? Yes. If you have a membership at one of the six locations, you can visit the other five for free during the entire month of October.

PARTICIPATING LOCATIONS
-The Air Zoo
-Binder Park Zoo
-Gilmore Car Museum
-Kalamazoo Institute of Arts
-Kalamazoo Nature Center
-Kellogg Bird Sanctuary and W.K. Kellogg Manor House

Get in on Ole Fashioned Cider Sundays

Sun, Oct 4, 2020

12:00 PM

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There’ll be cider pressing and cornmeal grinding demonstrations every hour! As well as Living History Encampment along with a full schedule of events that includes, Cider Pressing, & Corn meal Grinding demonstrations. Other demonstrations may include, blacksmithing, woodworking, soap making & the spinning of wool.

Historic Bowens Mills is a privately owned and operated State Historic Site, that receives no state funding. "October Cider Sunday's" are held rain or shine with many inside activities.
ALL CIDER TIME EVENTS INCLUDE: Free Horse Drawn Wagon Ride with admission, Cider pressing demonstrations on the 100+ year old water-powered cider press, stone ground corn grinding demonstrations on the huge mill stones, Pioneer Farm with animals, along with live music in the Log Cabin, many other history-related activities. The "October Cider Sunday's" are from noon to 5pm.

Gate fee is $5.00 for adults, children 12 years and under $3.00. Hours are Noon to 5pm.

Grab That Cape for Superhero & Princess Day

Sat, Oct 3, 2020

12:00 PM

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This Saturday is Superhero and Princess Day at Boulder Ridge. It'll be the perfect day to see some animals, snap some pics with your favorite characters and grab some food at a pizza truck. 12 PM - 4 PM. Ages 12+ | $14. Ages 3-11 | $10. Under 2 | Free.

Get Creeped Out in the Haunted Sunflower Maze

Fri & Sat (Oct 2&3)

09:00 PM

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The time has come for some SCARY fun!! Come out to get CREEPED OUT every Fri and Sat evening from 9pm-11pm during the month of October.

Our target age is for about 10 and up but prepare to have chills run down your spine! All ages under 12 must be accompanied by someone 16 or older.

Pay for admission in the market where you will also find HOT Apple Turnovers, fresh fall donuts, HOT Cider and Cocoa and so much more!!

It will be a GHOULISH good time!!


What else is going on?

September’s Event List will help with that.


SEPT 25-27 THINGS TO DO

» Family Friendly Things to Do this Weekend • Sept 25-27, 2020

]1) Fill That Basket

What: 2 Days Only! U-pick Honeycrisp Apples
When: Fri & Sat, Sept 25 & 26 – 11am-5pm
Where: Moelker Orchards – 9265 Kenowa Ave SW, Grand Rapids, MI 

Details:

We are offering a special 2-day u-pick on Honeycrisp Apples!

Bags are available in peck ($18) and half bushel ($30) sizes.

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2) Find Your Magic Carpet

What: Moovies From The Mound: Aladdin
When: Friday, Sept 25 • 6 pm 
Where: Fifth Third Ballpark – 4500 West River Drive, Comstock Park, MI

Details:

Moovies From The Mound presented by Milk Means More wraps up the September Series on September 25th, 26th.

Grab your blankets and chairs and head to the field at Fifth Third Ballpark for a family friendly showing on the outfield videoboard!

Tickets are $35 per plot and include 6 tickets (plots are spaced more than 6ft apart). Masks must be worn.

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3) Get Your Harvest On

What: Rockford Harvest Fest 2020
When: Sat, Sept 26 • 9 am – 5 pm
Where: Downtown Rockford, MI

Details:

Though it may look a little different, the Rockford Chamber of Commerce is excited to still host the 2020 Harvest Fest in Rockford!

You will notice some of the family favorites are not happening but we have made a very accommodating schedule of events to have all the same family fun while remaining safe! Please follow along with the event for updates and details on events!

Sidewalk sales, craft show, a scarecrow contest, pumpkin painting, and more!

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4) Get in on the Chalk Action

What: Chalk It Up
When: Sat, Sept 26 • 11 am – 6 pm
Where: Downtown Grand Rapids, MI 

Details:

 
Help us fill Downtown GR with colorful chalk art at the “Chalk It Up” festival!
We invite you to make your own chalk masterpiece throughout our chalk zones on Monroe Center & Louis Campau Promenade. Visit a DGRI tent to get your map, chalk & goodie bag!
 
Don’t forget to check out the giant chalk mural made by a professional artist at Rosa Parks Circle. And grab some food from a local food truck while you’re at it!
 
This event is FREE to attend and is part of The Bridge GR series.
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5) Down on the Farm

What: Fall Fun at the Farm
When: Sat, Sept 26 • 2-5 pm
Where: Fellinlove Farm   – 6364 144th Ave, Holland, MI

Details:

Come celebrate fall and friendship at Fellinlove Farm through a farm tour, pedal boat ride, nature trail walk and much more! The 9 dachshunds will be wearing their costumes in the Wiener Wonderland playyard!
COST: Suggested $5 per person donation. All proceeds will go toward the costs of continuing to provide our field trips/events for people of all ages and abilities. Fellinlove Farm is a 501(c)3 Public Charity Non Profit organization.
REMINDER: Google maps takes people the wrong way so double-check directions at http://www.fellinlovefarm.com/directions.html

SEPT 18-20 THINGS TO DO

» Family Friendly Things to Do this Weekend • Sept 18-20, 2020

1) Saddle Up

What: Fall Family Trail Rides
When: Sat & Sun, Sept 19 & 20 – various times
Where: Camp Henry – 5575 South Gordon Avenue, Newaygo, MI 49337

Details:

Join us with your friends and family for a trail ride through different portions of our 212 acres! Our trained and knowledgeable staff will guide you on an hour-long trail ride filled with fresh air, loving horses, and great company.

Sign up for a Trail Ride by selecting a date and time.

Cost: $20 per person

Ages: 10 & over -Riders who are 10-12 years old must have an adult rider register with them.

We ask that each participant arrives wearing a face-covering during check-in, orientation, and mounting the horse. Once the trail ride begins and folks are socially distanced, you are welcome to remove your face covering. At the completion of the trail ride, we will ask you to wear your face covering once more as our staff assists you down from the horse.

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2) Find Your Way Through the New Maze in Caledonia

What: Deep Roots Corn Maze
When: Friday’s, Saturday’s and Sunday’s from 11 am-6 pm …last entry at 5:30
Where: Deep Roots Corn Maze & Farm Stand – 8570 84th St SE, Caledonia MI 49302

Details:

If you’re looking for a down-to-earth place to find fall fun around Grand Rapids, this new corn maze destination might just be it.

Deep Roots Produce in Alto used to be just a seasonal roadside farm stand offering u-pick produce, but over the years they’ve been adding on little by little.

New this year is a high-quality corn maze that will entertain families for hours. Choose from 3 mazes of varying difficulty.

Deep Roots corn maze Grand Rapids

3) Score Fall & Winter Kid Clothes Deals

What: JBF Grand Rapids Half Price Sale
When: Fri, Sept 18 • 9 am – 8 pm
Where: The Delta Plex – 2500 Turner Ave NW, Grand Rapids, MI

Details:

At Just Between Friends, you’ll find everything you need to clothe and entertain your kiddos for the upcoming season. The best part? Prices are generally 50-90% less than retail. Masks required.

To manage occupancy, and limit your wait time to enter the building, you will need to select your shopping day. Children do not need a ticket but do contribute to the overall occupancy numbers. For this reason, we recommend solo shopping if at all possible. Tickets are limited, so claim yours now!

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4) It’s a Farmer’s Life For Me

What: Blandford Barnyard Helpers @ Blandford Farm 
When: Fri, Sept 18 • 10 am – 11 am
Where: Blandford Farm – 3143 Milo Street NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49534

Details:

Get a unique, behind-the-scenes opportunity to help out at the Blandford Nature Center’s Farm! Assist with livestock chores – feeding and watering all the animals that call the farm home. If time allows, head into the children’s garden and lend a hand with weeding and harvesting. All helpers take home a share of the harvest.

Location: Meet at the Blandford Farm. PLEASE NOTE: This location DOES NOT have access to restrooms. Restrooms are available at the MJD Visitor’s Center on Blandford’s Main Campus, located 10-15 minutes walking distance. Please plan accordingly.

*All programs will be limited to 10 participants for social distancing purposes. Any programs with higher capacities will be broken into smaller groups to maintain safety.

**All program participants 5 years of age or older must come equipped with a face covering. All staff and participants 5 years of age or older must wear face coverings while in the buildings. Your program leader will communicate outdoor face covering expectations at the start of the program. Blandford is unable to provide face coverings to program participants.

Adults and Children Pricing **This is a family program. Children are required to have an adult chaperone**

Member: $7

Non Member: $10

2 and under: Free (but need to be registered for headcount)

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5) Friday Night Football – Hollywood Style

What: Drive-In Movie Night at Cannonsburg: Remember The Titans
When: Fri , Sept 18 • 8:30 – 10:30 pm
Where: Cannonsburg Ski Lodge   – 6800 Cannonsburg Rd NE, Belmont, MI 

Details:

Are you ready for some football? Our first Drive-In Movie Night was so successful, we decided to do it again!
 
We’ll be showing Remember the Titans, a feel-good football movie with a positive message, perfect for this time of year. We are asking for a $5 per person donation and plan to have concessions like popcorn and candy on sale near the lodge. The Sweet Spot will again be open with ice-cream and pop for sale. When you arrive, we will let you know which FM radio frequency we will be using. If you are worried about your car battery, you may want to download a free FM Radio app and tune in once you know the station (bring a blue-tooth speaker).
 
Other items to bring? Lawn chairs, blankets, and bug spray! Please come out and support our Forest Hills Senior Class of 2021 and enjoy a good old fashioned drive-in movie with your loved ones and friends. You must arrive in a car, not on bikes or on foot. Remember the Titans, support the Hawks!

6) Become a Fort Master

What: Fantastic Forts in the Forest
When: Fri, Sept 14 • 2 pm
Where: Blandford Nature Center – 1715 Hillburn Ave. NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504

Details:

Grab some sticks and your imagination, it’s time to build a fort!
 
Explore the woods and fields of Blandford to gather the perfect materials to make your fort a fortress. Participants will learn how to safely build human-sized habitats with nature’s materials.
 
Members $7, Non-Member $10, 2 and under Free
blandford forts in the forest

7) Petals, Petals, Everywhere

What: Dahlia Acres Annual Open House
When: Sat & Sun, Sept 19 & 20 • various times
Where: Dahlia Acres – 4763 Baldwin St, Hudsonville, MI 49426

Details:

Dahlia Acres Open House, 2 day event! Join us for some Fall fun on the farm. Saturday, Sept 19th from 3:00pm-7:00pm and Sunday, Sept 20th from 1:00pm-5:00pm.
 
Food trucks, Live band and dahlias sold by the stem 1.00 each. Fall decor, pumpkins, mums, local apples, vegetables and more.
 
Food truck schedule:
Sat, 9/19: 2 bones BBQ
Sun, 9/20: A&L Authentic Mexican, Underground Cookie Club, Happy Matt’s Kettle Corn & Hey Sugar Cotton Candy
dahlia acres open house

8)Gimme Some FREE Summer

What: Millennium Park and Beach Stay Open
When: ongoing
Where: Millennium Park – 4763 Baldwin St, Hudsonville, MI 49426

Details:

With the upcoming weather forecast looking 💯, Millennium Park and Beach is keeping their beach open for FREE through Sunday, September 20. Boat rentals are also available every day this week from 10 AM – 6 PM (last rentals out at 5 PM).
 
Get out there + soak up some Vitamin D!
millennium park beach

SEPT 11-13 THINGS TO DO

» Family Friendly Things to Do this Weekend • Sept 11-13, 2020

1) Cast a Spell

What: Wizarding Weekends – All Wizards, Witches & Muggles Invited
When: Sat & Sun, Sept 12 & 13 from 9 am – 6 pm
Where: John Ball Zoo – 1300 W. Fulton St., Grand Rapids, MI 49504

Details:

John Ball Zoo is officially inviting all wizards, witches, and muggles alike to Wizarding Weekends. For two enchanting weekends, the Zoo will magically transform for this family-friendly event. From entering Nocturnal Alley to exploring the Forbidden Forest, there is much for every wizarding fan to enjoy.

Join us for two enchanting weekends, and see the Zoo magically transformed.

Put on your robes, grab your wand, and visit the fantastic creatures of the muggle world.

As the season turns to fall and school begins, a magical change begins to occur at John Ball Zoo. It’s a time when the distinguished magical Zoo staff gives lessons in caring for fantastical beasts. It’s time for magic.

Join JBZ in the realms, hollows, and platforms throughout the magical grounds. Time to renew your imagination and brush up on your spells. Costumes are highly encouraged so put on your robes and grab your wand, and visit the fantastic beasts of the muggle world.

Wizarding Weekends at John Ball Zoo happens for two weekends starting September 12 – 13 and again September 19 – 20, 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. each day. Note, JBZ is continuing to plan the most exciting Wizarding Weekends possible while keeping social distancing in mind.

JBZ Wizarding Weekends

We recommend reserving your timed entry tickets online prior to arrival. Tickets could be available for those who walk-up but we cannot guarantee these will be available. 


2) Make it an Open Air or Artisan Market Shopping Day

What: Market On Main in Lowell AND The Market at Holland Town Center
When: Sat, Sept 12 • 10 am – 5 pm in Lowell // 8 am – 2 pm in Holland
Where: Main Street, Lowell, MI // 12330 James St, Holland, MI 49424

Details:

Lowell: This outdoor sale will promote shopping locally as we practice social distancing. Lowell Area Chamber of Commerce and Main Street Merchants invite you to our Pop-up “Markets on Main Street”!  Merchants and area vendors will offer their specialty items in a fun and summer-filled atmosphere.

Holland: This will be a must-attend market for vendors of all kinds: Photographers, Artists, Crafters, Antique sellers, Food Trucks, Food/Drink Vendors, and More! No entrance fee for customers. **We will be asking everyone to follow social distancing practices and please wear a mask.**

Grand Rapids: Fulton Street Artisan Market is Sunday from 11 am – 3 pm: Join us for the Fulton Street Artisan Market. Find handmade crafts and works of art from local artisans. Grab a tasty bite to eat from a local food truck! 1145 Fulton St E, Grand Rapids, MI


3) Get Smart!

What: The Tutoring Center Grand Opening Celebration
When: Sat, Sept 12 • 1 – 6 pm
Where: The Tutoring Center – 5751 Byron Center Ave SW Suite S, Wyoming, MI 49519

Details:

Family Fun for everyone!!! Kids art and crafts with Mr. Joe, games, puzzles and prizes, plus light kid-friendly refreshments.

Enter a raffle to win tuition scholarships and other prizes from local businesses. Take a tour and meet our staff, Learn about the rotational approach and our many programs.

the tutoring center grand opening 1

4) Dive Into African Culture

What: A Glimpse of Africa 🆓
When: Sat, Sept 11 • noon – 8 pm
Where: Rosa Parks Circle – 135 Monroe Center St NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Details:

An event featuring African music, food and merchandise vendors. Accommodating 100 people into the venue at any given time throughout the day, please wear a mask.
 
The A Glimpse of Africa Festival is Free one of a kind, African cultural event in West Michigan. This spectacular event showcases the rich, diverse, and beautiful African cultures through Fashion, Art, Food, Dance, Music, and a variety of interactive activities. Africa is the home of the most diverse beautiful people, cultures, unique amazing talents, and at the A Glimpse of Africa festival, you will get to experience all that topped with the warm unforgettable African hospitality.
 
We are excited to be a part of The Bridge event, hosted by the City of Grand Rapids, aimed at keeping our city lively while staying safe
We are looking forward to having you all at this fun, socially distanced event at Rosa Parks. on September 12th. As a partner in this event we will be featuring African music, food and merchandise vendors. For safety purposes, we will be accommodating 100 people into the venue at each given time throughout the day. In an effort to keep everyone safe we kindly recommend if you can, please wear a face mask to event.
 
The A Glimpse of Africa, the mission is to create a platform that brings people together to educate, celebrate and share the African culture, while providing opportunities to give back to the community, promote both African businesses and talents.
glimpse of africa event

5) Tastes Like a Carnival

What: Drive Thru Carnival Food – Fall Flavors
When: Fri , Sept 11 • noon – 8 pm
Where: Woodland Mall – 3195 28th St SE, Kentwood, MI

Details:

Craving carnival food?
 
Menu offerings include elephant ears, funnel cakes, deep-fried Oreos, lemonade, corn dogs, sausages, hot dogs, fries, cotton candy, caramel apples, slushies, and MORE!
 
Please wear a mask when you provide your order to us.
drive thru carnival food

6) Go Camping the Easy Way

What: Fall Family Getaway Weekend
When: multiple dates, including Sept 11-13, 2020
Where: Camp Newaygo – 5333 S. Centerline Rd, Newaygo, MI 

Details:

Spend a long weekend this fall at Camp Newaygo!

Choose your style of accommodations, enjoy meals from our executive chef, and select activity excursions to create your perfect weekend away.

Camp Newaygo is experienced and committed to providing a COVID careful programs and experiences.

FALL WEEKEND DATES

September 4th-6th
September 11th-13th
September 18th-20th
September 25th-27th
October 9th-11th
October 16th-18th
October 23rd-25th

Rates start at just $50 for children under 5, $100 for children ages 5-17, and $150 for adults 18 and older plus the cost of your lodging preference.
 
During your weekend at camp, you will select three family excursions like a Serenity Wetland Hike, Paddle to Turtle Island, Lake Pickerel Pontoon Cruise, Survival Challenge, Immersive Cooking Class, and more.
 
Call 231-652-1184 or email [email protected] to get started today.
Camp Newaygo Fall Family Weekend

7) Row, Row, Row Your Kayak

What: Free Kayak Lessons 🆓
When: Fri, Sept 11 • 9:30 am – 8 pm
Where: Guy’s Ultimate Kayak Service – 501 E Western Ave, Muskegon, MI 49442

Details:

Take advantage of the long, holiday weekend and grab a free kayaking lesson at Guy’s Ultimate Kayak Service in Muskegon.

Learn the basics in this FREE lesson. Registration is required and space is limited.

Guy's Ultimate Kayak Service

SEPT 4-6 THINGS TO DO

» Family Friendly Things to Do this Weekend • Sept 4-6, 2020

1) Row, Row, Row Your Kayak

What: Free Kayak Lessons 🆓
When: Fri, Sept 4 • 9:30 am – 8 pm
Where: Guy’s Ultimate Kayak Service – 501 E Western Ave, Muskegon, MI 49442

Details:

Take advantage of the long, holiday weekend and grab a free kayaking lesson at Guy’s Ultimate Kayak Service in Muskegon.

Learn the basics in this FREE lesson. Registration is required and space is limited.

Guy's Ultimate Kayak Service

2) Strike it Rich

What: Free Mining Supplies
When: Through Sept 4
Where: Boulder Ridge Wild Animal Park – 8313 Pratt Lake Ave SE Alto, MI 49302

Details:

Right now at Boulder Ridge, it’s Strike It Rich Week.

Kids under 12 will receive a free bag of supplies to pan for gemstones with entry to the park. All of your little miners get to keep their gemstone finds. Monday-Friday, 10 AM – 6 PM. 2 & Under Free | 3-11 $10 | 12+ $14.

boulder ridge mining

3) Go Camping the Easy Way

What: Fall Family Getaway Weekend
When: Sept 4-6, 2020
Where: Camp Newaygo – 5333 S. Centerline Rd, Newaygo, MI 

Details:

Spend a long weekend this fall at Camp Newaygo!

Choose your style of accommodations, enjoy meals from our executive chef, and select activity excursions to create your perfect weekend away.

Camp Newaygo is experienced and committed to providing a COVID careful programs and experiences.

FALL WEEKEND DATES

September 4th-6th
September 11th-13th
September 18th-20th
September 25th-27th
October 9th-11th
October 16th-18th
October 23rd-25th

Rates start at just $50 for children under 5, $100 for children ages 5-17, and $150 for adults 18 and older plus the cost of your lodging preference.
 
During your weekend at camp, you will select three family excursions like a Serenity Wetland Hike, Paddle to Turtle Island, Lake Pickerel Pontoon Cruise, Survival Challenge, Immersive Cooking Class, and more.
 
Call 231-652-1184 or email [email protected] to get started today.
Camp Newaygo Fall Family Weekend

4) Make a Few New Friends

What: Park Play Date w/ Millennial Moms 
When: Sat, Sept 5 • 10 am – 6 pm
Where: Cascade Township Park – 3810 Thornapple River Dr SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49546

Details:

Join Millennial Moms for a FREE park play date at Cascade Twp. Park.

Your child will enjoy fun with friends and you will enjoy conversation with other mamas. Moms and Dads are welcome

millenial moms park playdate 2020

5) Dive Into a LEGO Animal Paradise

What: BRICKLIVE Animal Paradise
When: Ongoing
Where: John Ball Zoo – 1300 W. Fulton St. Grand Rapids, MI 49504

Details:

Take a trip to John Ball Zoo! Visit meerkats, lions, tigers, chimpanzees, penguins, red pandas, exotic birds, otters, and more.

Plus, BRICKLIVE Animal Paradise – featuring over 40 life-sized animal sculptures created with over 1.8 million individually colored toy building bricks!

john ball zoo brick alive elphant

6) Take a Sunday Night Goat Hike

What: Sunday Night Goat Hikes 
When: Sun, Sept 6 • 4:30 pm
Where: Ada Christian School – 6206 Ada Drive SE, Ada, MI 49301

Details:

Hike with the herd through thirty acres of woods, marsh, and prairie! Trail is rustic and about one mile in length; we’ll travel at a leisurely pace as the goats graze.
 
Each hike is capped at 12 hikers. $10/person (If you can hike, you count! Little ones who are carried are free). If there is sufficient interest, 3pm hikes may be added on some dates. If inclement weather, hike will be rescheduled for the same time the following Saturday.
 
Handwashing, masks, respectful distancing required! Long pants and closed toed shoes encouraged–poison ivy is out and about.
dream goats goat hike

AUG 28-30 THINGS TO DO

» Family Friendly Things to Do this Weekend • August 28-30, 2020

1) Channel Your Inner Chalk Artist

What: Kentwood Chalk the Lot 🆓
When: August 28-30 • 8 am – 8 pm
Where: Kentwood Activities Center – 355 48th St SE, Kentwood, MI 49548

Details: Get your little artists involved and come decorate the parking lot! Decorate an assigned parking space (register in advance) anytime during the weekend of August 28-30.

Stop by the new playground, splash pad and concession stand to make it a day to remember!

kentwood chalk the lot

2) Get Speedy, Minecrafter

What: Lego Minecraft Speed Building Contest @ Amped Reality VR
When: August 28 • 4-6 pm
Where: Amped Reality – 2923 28th St SE, Grand Rapids, MI 

Details:Each contestant will build identical brand new Minecraft models and race to be the first to complete it accurately!

Every contestant KEEPS the model, gets 30 minutes of virtual reality play, and is eligible for other prizes as well! Age groups: 5-8 and 9-13. $35

speed building lego event

3) Feast Your Pies Out

What: Pie Flight Party
When: Sat, August 29 • 8 am – 5 pm
Where: Moelker Orchards – 9265 Kenowa Ave SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49534

Details:

Come and sample all the different types of pie that we make from scratch in our bakery!
Cost: $5.50/Flight and $9.50/Round Trip

Try a flight (3 kinds) or a round trip (all 6 kinds). Grab your friends and family and join us for our Pie Flight Party!

Kinds available: Apple, Cherry Berry, Blueberry, Dutch Apple, Peach & Cherry Crumble.

pie flight party 1 1

4) Petals, Petals, Everywhere

What: Zinnia Mania!
When: Sat, August 29 • 9 am – 6 pm
Where: Lewis Adventure Farm & Zoo – 4180 West M-20, New Era, MI 49446

Details:

Visit the field of brilliant colorful blooms for U-pick bouquets and vases available for purchase!

zinnia mania

5) Get Bendy, Y’all

What: Family-Gentle Yoga with Laura Armenta
When: Sat, August 29 • 1 pm
Where: Diamond Place – 1037 Michigan St NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503

Details:

Family yoga class for a happy family!
Great chance to spend some quality time all together influencing your family’s connection and balance giving you and your kids’ the best opportunity to feel confident and supported.
Let’s have fun and relax together! A shared and joyful session that will for sure enhance your yoga practice!

Benefits: Spending quality time and interacting with your kids, these classes will help you and your kids to build strength, learn fun stretches, and improve posture. Bonding with your kids!
$15 / Family

family gentle yoga

6) Catch a Flick on the Field

What: Moovies From The Mound 
When: Sat, August 29 • 6 or 9 pm
Where: Fifth Third Ballpark – 4500 West River Drive, Comstock Park, MI

Details:

Grab your blankets and chairs and head to the field at Fifth Third Ballpark for a family friendly showing on the outfield video board!

Guests will park in the outfield parking lot and enter through Gate C. Parking is FREE.

Tickets are $35 per plot and include 6 tickets (plots are spaced more than 6ft apart). Due to capacity restrictions, a limited number of tickets will be sold for each show.

  • 6 pm – Trolls World Tour
  • 9 pm – a League of Their Own

TICKET SALES ARE ONLINE IN ADVANCE ONLY

Gates open 30 minutes prior to each showing. Food & Beverages will be available for purchase.

PLEASE NOTE: You are buying a spot for ONE (1) movie. If you want to stay for the second movies, you need to purchase a spot for both screenings

moovies from the mound

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