Imagine stretching a ribbon of freshly made pasta dough hand over hand until the flour and egg mixture spans the length of the kitchen.
Young and old will enjoy autumn in Southwest Michigan, with many entertaining outdoor excursions amid fabulous fall foliage.
Just less than an hour’s drive from the skyscrapers and freeways of the RenCen, Northville’s farmers market continues on Thursdays through October. A lovely place to relax, Northville is awash in architectural character of days gone by, with restored Victorian homes, a historic downtown, and unique antique exhibitions.
The Bayview Wine Trail is an idyllic excursion in autumn, as the “Tip of the Mitt” blossoms with bountiful harvests, brilliant fall foliage, and Michigan-made products.
The Muskegon Western Market is a collection of 17 “chalets,” unique mini-boutiques offering beautiful products created both locally and across the globe.
These unspoken invitations, along with new state-of-the-art habitats, amazing interactive exhibits, and award-winning initiatives, innovations, and enhancements, roar that now is the time to rediscover the Detroit Zoo.
Northern Michigan is a natural hub for sailing enthusiasts.
Across West Michigan, every single day of the week, at all sorts of establishments, trivia buffs can compete to be the master of the most useless knowledge! While silliness abounds, trivia nights are now more sophisticated than ever, with national establishments running local shows.
Welcome spring in Southwest Michigan with an entertaining, educational outdoor adventure at the W.K. Kellogg Bird Sanctuary.
Today, the spirited competitions continue in creative ways in Southeast Michigan. Bowling-based games are growing in popularity, both at two brand new sport/entertainment complexes and at two long-time favorite establishments. Think of it as bowling with a twist.