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LaShelle Mikesell

Michigan Irish Music Festival in Muskegon

More Than Music at the Michigan Irish Music Festival! Michigan Irish Music Festival is a 4 day festival in beach-town Muskegon, Michigan. It has been presenting Irish and Celtic music, dance, culture, food and fun since 1999. "To produce a world-class Music Festival that promotes Irish culture and…

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Top Ten Summer Instagrams of 2022

Muskegon County is not only blessed with beautiful scenery, but also with talented photographers. Being a beachtown, summer is one of our favorite seasons. Looks like it is a fave for West Michigan photographers too! Below are our Top Ten Instagram posts for the summer of 2022. If you would like to…

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Outdoor Accessibility in Muskegon, Michigan

Guest Blog by Jeffrey VanDyke I am a Peer Mentor, Graphic Designer, Social Media Manager, and Community Presenter at Disability Network West Michigan. My job is to talk of accessibility in terms of making the world a better, more inclusive place for others. But I also speak from a practical…

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Lighthouses and Towers in Muskegon, Michigan

Michigan has more lighthouses and towers than any other state in the country with 129. And three are located here in our Lake Michigan beach-town. "Lighthouse Hunters" in the United States Lighthouse Society Passport Program, can get THREE stamps by bringing their pass to the Muskegon South…

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Lakeshore Museum Center 7-Day History Pass

New this year! The Lakeshore Museum Center offers a 7-Day History Pass. The pass is good for one admission to each of the museum sites and is valid for 7days after the date of purchase. The Historic Sites division of the Lakeshore Museum Center are made up of five historic structures. Ticket…

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Top Ten Winter Instagrams of 2022

Muskegon County is not only blessed with beautiful scenery, but also with talented photographers. The imagery captured through the lens of West Michigan shutterbugs is especially stunning when it snows. Just take a look at our Top Ten Winter Instagrams below. Like to see all the wonderful…

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Muskegon County Public Gardens

Stop and Smell the Flowers in Muskegon County Public Gardens Monet Garden of Muskegon A miniature replica of the famous Monet Garden in Giverny beckons you to relax in Downtown Muskegon. Once a vacant city lot, now this picturesque pocket park is open to the public and offers a scenic setting…

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Enjoy Your Breakfast. Enjoy Your Day!

Many might dispute the old adage that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” But few would argue that finding a great breakfast hangout is the perfect way to get to know a community; it's culture and people. And the best way to begin your Muskegon County vacation day is with a hearty…

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Kearny Memorial Park: The Statue and Fountain

A small park is tucked away where Peck and Terrace St converge. This pie shaped park contains a statue of Philip Kearny Jr. and recently restored fountain. Kearny, nicknamed “The One Armed Devil”, was a US Army officer, notable for his leadership in the Mexican–American War and American Civil…

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