Weekend Event Rundown for 8/21/2015

Join us this weekend at the largest Civil War re-enactment in the Midwest! The Cascades Civil War Muster is the longest running, largest Civil War Muster and re-enactment in the entire Midwest. The Muster involves more than 1,500 re-enactors and more than 30,000 guests. Photo journalists have come to this event from as far away as Washington DC.

Friday's Events

8-21

Saturday's Events

8-22

Sunday's Events

8-23

Important Upcoming Dates

Recurring Dates

  • Tuesday’s, Friday’s & Saturday’s | 8 AM - 1 PM | Grand River Farmers Market
  • Wednesday’s | 5 - 8 PM | Brooklyn Big Boy Cruise Ins
  • First and Third Wednesdays of the Month | Grass Lake Music in the Park | 6:30 - 8:30 PM | Farmers Market | 5 - 8 PM
  • Thursday’s | 9 AM - 2 PM Summer Green Market | Michigan Ave & Waterloo
  • Thursday’s | 6 - 9 PM | Thirsty Thursdays | Sandhill Crane Vineyard & Café
  • Thursday’s | 5:30 - 7:30 PM | Ella’s Patio Party
  • Friday’s | 7 -10:00 PM | Live Music | Downtown Jackson Coffee Company | Free
  • Friday’s | 9 AM - 12 PM &12:30- 3:30 PM | Life Drawing | Ella Sharp Museum | $8/ drop in session
  • Friday’s | 7 - 9 PM | Live Music | The Pointe Bar and Grill
  • First Saturday of the Month | 1 - 4 PM | Saturday in the Studio | Ella Sharp Museum | Free
  • Sundays | 10 AM - 2 PM | Walker Tavern Farmers Market | Walker Tavern in Brooklyn | Free

Be sure to check out our Community Calendar for a complete list of events!

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