This much-anticipated inaugural fall fest offers samples of more than 100 local and nation-wide craft brews, plus food from local vendors to accompany the tastings.
In celebration of the Southwest Michigan harvest, this annual festival boasts samples from local wineries, music by local bands, kids' activities, hay rides and more.
Brew lovers can savor award-wining Michigan beers on the picturesque Weko Beach while enjoying an afternoon filled with sun, sand, tasty cuisine from local restaurants and live music.
Attendees can sample brews from the best craft brewers in the region and beyond. The Kinsey Report and Duke Tomato perform.
Raise a pint, shake your shamrocks and hoolie the nights away at T.J. Maloney's Authentic Irish Pub.
This sixth annual brewfest brings together dune- and beer-lovers for a night of mingling, drinks, appetizers and a buffet. A portion of the proceeds will support Save the Dunes.
Wine lovers can sample more than 300 wines from around the world at this two-day event.
In celebration of Round Barn's anniversary and upcoming grape harvest, this party features live music, hand-crafted wine and food. Families can enjoy hayrides, a bounce house, cornhole and grape stomping.
My suggestion: Start the weekend early with a visit to Meijer Gardens; followed by a Friday Open Studio Night at Ox-Bow; Saturday at Lubeznik's art fest and Sunday Cafe Carlyle in Three Oaks.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Culture and tradition are celebrated at this festival featuring Indian dancing, a cultural program, arts and crafts, a fashion show, painting, Indian cuisine, a health fair and henna painting.
A slightly noir weekend for mature audiences includes Scott Covert's show at Firme gallery; Civil War soldiers tonight at the Heritage and the debut of Christopher Cozier's Gas Men.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore Magazine.
Each year nearly 40,000 people join together in celebration of all things blueberry. Festival highlights include blueberry pancake breakfasts, a parade, an arts and crafts fair, free concerts and more.
Scott Covert's new show will open on August 8 with an artist's reception and refreshments starting that evening at 5pm at Firme in Beverly Shores.
For a pre-Halloween weekend pondering--- the meaning of masquerades, especially in Miller this weekend; films on eternal life and an unveiling by Mitch Markovitz at the Merrillville-Ross Township Museum.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor.
The crowd last month at Edelman Arts in Manhattan was lively and enthralled. Gathering to see “The Dead Supreme,” the exhibition of New Buffalo native Scott Covert’s gravestone rubbings, the crowd discovered there was something for everyone: color, celebrity, mystery—even glitter!
Live Bait Theatre hosts Actor, Writer, Director John Lisbon Wood's one-acts this weekend; Scott Covert opens in New York next month and new Stephen Hansen work in Douglas---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine.
Mixologist Simon Barrios, Gallery Owner Craig Smith (with work by Scott Covert and Harry Borgman), Larry Brewer's SS Dance Alliance, bands Sweetwater, ISH and Joe Jr. and Friends at Pop Up Art Event in Miller this weekend.---Pat Colander, Associate Publisher and Editor, Shore magazine.
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