The seventh annual Mount Clemens Ice Carving Show will still take place this weekend despite the unusually warm temperatures.
A group of people gathered outside a St. Clair pub Wednesday night in a desperate attempt to stimulate the clouds ahead of their town’s annual festival.
The Lunar New Year, which begins on January 23, 2012, is the most important celebration in the traditional Chinese culture.
Thanks to Friday night’s snow fall, it will be a day of wintry activities for the whole family at the first annual Lyon Township Winterfest celebration taking place in and around New Hudson and South Lyon on Saturday.
Ice carvers are finishing up what are expected to be 100 sculptures in and around downtown Plymouth’s Kellogg Park.
Camp Casey Fest is set to rock downtown Ferndale on Saturday, October 15, 2011, with 12 hours of live music capped off by a headlining performance by Josh Gracin.
Fall is harvest season on the farm and there will be a bounty of activities at the “Fall Farm Festival” on Saturday and Sunday, October 8 and 9, at Kensington Metropark Farm Center.
If you’re searching for something fun to do outside this weekend, look no further than the 2nd Annual Boating and Outdoor Festival on Lake St. Clair at Metro Beach Metropark in Harrison Township.
Organizers say they have received approval to keep the music going until 10 p.m., instead of 9 p.m. Monday.
Mother Nature wreaked havoc on southeastern Michigan Saturday evening causing delays in football games and knocking out power to at least 120,000 homes and businesses.