Mardi Gras 2014 may be a few weeks away, but Carnival season has already begun in New Orleans, with brightly colored parades throughout the city and much more to come.
From funnel cakes to elephant ears and snow cones to candied nuts and even deep-fried Snickers bars and Oreos — carnival and fair foods are extremely indulgent and delicious. It’s time to pick-a-side.
The Monroe County Fair exists to preserve and perpetuate the interest of agriculture, horticulture, arts and sciences and arts in their numerous branches.
While expensive, designer wear is wonderful for baby pictures, but when it comes to every day outfits, second-hand is the wiser choice, not only for baby, but for community recycling efforts, too.
One of the many featured performances taking place during this weekend’s Canton International Festival is a special presentation by three sopranos from the Verdi Opera Theatre of Michigan.
The 2011 Dearborn Arab International Festival, scheduled for Father’s Day weekend, brings all the excitement and fun the festival has delivered over the past 16 years.
Kick off the summer season with family and friends at the 48th Annual Birmingham Village Fair, June 2 – June 5.
The 40th Annual Polish Country Fair will once again be held on the picturesque campus of St. Mary’s Prep, May 27 through 30.