Dueling Pianos can be summed up in a single word: FUN.
Combine two sharp-witted, incredibly talented musicians with two pianos on a stage, and add in a roomful of people: The result is an evening of fast, funny, unforgettable entertainment.
Get ready for a one-of-a-kind entertainment experience that will have you laughing so hard you’ll be doubled over gasping for breath! Go ahead, request your favorite song, loudly sing along, dance on stage or just bounce up and down in your seat.... ...Read Full Story
Open to area schools, homeschoolers, and the public, Farm History Day is a hands-on educational event where kids (and adults) can experience life as it was on early-American farms through a series of hands-on activities, working displays and a wide variety of exhibits. During the day, students can learn how to dip candles, churn butter, and make rope while watching the blacksmith pound iron and see logs cut into lumber. Participants take a self-guide tour which includes a visit to Olde Town which features Old Tyme Jail, Over The Hill Forge and Peaceful Knoll Church. Free admission. Pet-free event. ... ...Read Full StoryFind out more »
Over 120 vendors sell everything from antiques to flowers at this two-day event. A fundraiser for the museum, the Swap Meet originally started as a place for collectors to sell, swap and buy antique farm equipment parts. Since it’s inception over 20 years ago, the Swap Meet has evolved into one of the largest annual flea markets in the area. Admission is $2 per person. Selling fee is $20 per vendor. There is no space limit . No pre-registration accepted. Registration starts on Thursday at 8 a.m. Pets allowed only with sellers and campers and must stay at campsites. Camping available for non-sellers. $20 per night plus admission. Electric- $15. Personal Transportation Vehicles Registration (golf carts, Gators etc) $20. No firearms, weapons, ATVs or mini/dirt bikes.... ...Read Full StoryFind out more »
One of the largest shows of its kind in the state, the 39th annual Antique Engine and Tractor Show hosted by the Michigan Flywheelers Museum in South Haven, MI features hundreds of old farm machinery, demonstrations, parades, live entertainment, plenty of kids activities and more. The four day show runs Thursday, Sept. 8 through Sunday, Sept. 11 and is are filled with things to see and do for the entire family. You can munch on an ear of buttery sweet corn cooked in an old steam engine, watch antique and garden tractor pulls, try your hand at the Flywheel Toss or sit down in the Stephenson Barn and listen to music. Admission is $10 with kids 12 and under free with paid admission. Thursday is Seniors Day-admission is $5 for those 62 and over. Sunday Special – admission only $5. Pets allowed only with campers, exhibitors and vendors and must stay at camp site at all times. Personal Transportation Vehicle Registration (golf carts, Gators etc.)- $20. Rustic camping available- $20 per night plus daily admission. No ATVs, firearms or mini/dirt bikes. For more detailed information, visit: www.michiganflywheelers.org or “like” our Facebook page. No arrivals before 8 a.m. Sunday of Labor Day weekend. Registration Gate opens Tuesday, Sept. 6. Registration Gate hours 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Exhibitors must register to enter show. NEW THIS YEAR: Selling allowed only in flea market.... ...Read Full StoryFind out more »