About 50,000 people expected to converge in downtown Rochester Friday through Sunday for the Green Living Festival.
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The annual Tulip Time festival in West Michigan is looking like it might be more of a “stemfest” thanks to unseasonably warm weather that brought out blooming flowers earlier than usual this year.
When life moves too fast, it is amusing, even soothing to just sit and watch other people enjoy their lives.
Violin Monsters, singers, storytellers and mimes help keep the Detroit entertainment scene on its toes with these vagabond performers and gatherings of amateur talent.
As the winter weather is going through some changes, so are the organizers at the “Fire & Ice Fest” going on this weekend.
Festival organizers are hoping to draw an even bigger crowd for their thirtieth anniversary by displaying more ice sculptures than ever before, as well as new and upgraded on-site activities.
A northern Michigan comedy festival co-founded by filmmaker Michael Moore has been called off for next year because organizers didn’t want a beer festival to crowd their laughs.
The annual Downtown Farmington Holly Days event will be held December 3 and 4 with plenty of festive activities for the entire family.
Fstival producer Jon Witz said the weather did have a small effect on attendance this year.