The Farmers Markets have begun to splash out a cornucopia of good stuff as harvesting has hit full stride. Don’t be deterred by detours and support our local vendors at the Newaygo Market Friday afternoon or visit the Fremont Market on Saturday. Everyone likes these markets but if we’re to keep them around we need to patronize them.
And should Happy Hog Farm be in Newaygo say hi to the Clevelands then take home some of their bodacious bacon
The residents of N3 World Headquarters & Monarch Midwifery will be spending Friday evening at the Dogwood Center because it will be the scene of what looks to be an epic concert as Marshall Crenshaw, a true rock renaissance man, performs on the main stage.
Like Beer? Like the Beach? Like going barefoot at the beach with beer, bands and bunches of other stuff like local art, fun food and interesting people?
Then head to Pere Marquette Park Saturday for the Burning Foot Beer Festival.
Like beer, music and being outside but maybe not up for a trip to the beach? How about the Guinness Brothers Band at the Driftwood from 4-8pm Saturday. Likely to be less beverage choices than the 70+ brews on hand in Muskegon, but Croton’s closer, the view at the D-wood is never a disappointment and neither are the Guiness Bros. who consistently make their appearance a really good time.
And they got shade whereas the beach doesn’t.
HIt The Road Joe’s Pizza on the Patio is a well spent evening and this weekend they dish up a variety of music as well. Whether your tastes run carnivorous, herbivorous, or omnivorous you’ll find their pies to be pleasantly palatable. If you’ve never been, check their fb page. If you have, see you there.
These are your highlights folks. Remember this is the last weekend before that ominous, prelude to fall, 3 dayer known as Labor Day weekend when we bid farewell to summer 2021 and hello to pumpkin spice.
So revel on, readers, revel on.
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