March into Muskegon for a Wee Bit o' Irish Fun!

March is around the corner, and we love how Muskegon goes all Irish all month long! There are more varied events for all tastes and ages than you can shake a shillelagh at! “County Muskegon” is teeming with Irish and Celtic themed culture, activities, music and fun. Everyone Loves a Parade Since…

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Veterans Day in Muskegon Michigan

In 1918, on the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month, “The Great War” came to an end. The “war to end all wars” was one of the most destructive wars in modern history. The conflict resulted in the death of more than 16 million soldiers and civilians. One year later Veterans Day originated…

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Labor Day and the Last Hurrah of Summer in Muskegon

For many, Labor Day weekend heralds the "end of summer". Thank goodness for the longer weekend and one more day to try to squeeze in all the places we wanted to go - and things we wanted to see. Where better to check off that list than a Great Lakes Getaway here in Muskegon County? Home to 26 miles…

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Fourth of July in Muskegon County!

It’s going to be a “firecracker” of a fun Fourth of July in Muskegon County! Here’s everything you need to know. Will There Be Fireworks? Yes! The City of Muskegon will light up the night sky with an incredible fireworks display! Bring your blankets and lawn chairs for this family-friendly event…

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Celebrating Juneteenth in Muskegon County

Join us in celebrating Juneteenth in Muskegon County! Juneteenth, also known as Emancipation Day or Freedom Day, commemorates the day that slavery was abolished in the United States. Muskegon County embraces the day with several events. These opportunities bring the community together in reflection…

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Memorial Day in Muskegon, Michigan

A Short History of Memorial Day Memorial Day originated in the years following the Civil War and was originally called Decoration Day. In 1920 the poppy became the official flower and symbol. This was due to the popularity of the wartime poem “In Flanders Fields.” It became an official federal…

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