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May 2017


 

1 CIDER MAKER'S DINNER

6:30pm Spring fresh food paired with Crane's new grape wines. Crane's Winery, 269-561-2297, 6054 124th Avenue, Fennville, MI, cranespiepantry.com

6 DERBY DAY & SPRING PREVIEW

Downtown Douglas. Celebrate the Kentucky Derby and visit Downtown Douglas shops and galleries to see what’s in store for the spring and summer season. Douglas DDA. douglasmichigan.com or 269-857-1438

6 STAR OF SAUGATUCK

1pm. Season opening, ticket counter opens at 10am. Call 260-857-4261 or saugatuckboatcruises.com

6-13 TULIP FESTIVAL

4th largest flower festival in the U.S. Musical shows, parades & Dutch dancers in nearby Holland. Stay in Saugatuck/Douglas close to the action, yet far from the maddening crowds. For lodging call 269-857-1701 or visit saugatuck.com

6,13,20,27 HUNGRY VILLAGE TOURS’ “CELEBRATION OF SPRING!”

10am-4pm. Experience the countryside – fresh, green and in bloom! Taste the first fruits and vegetables from the farm, and meet the new baby animals. See the Lakeshore’s farms and artisan produces welcome the new season! Tour begins/ends at the SCA. $75/person. For more info, 269-857-1700 or hungryvillagetours.com

6, 13, 20, 27 BREWERY TOURS

2pm each Saturday. The Saugatuck Brewing Company hosts Brewery Tours on Saturdays throughout the year. Tours include tasting and your choice of logo pint glass or growler. For more information call (269) 857-7222 or visit sbrewing.com

13 KOOREY CREATIONS’ SPRING CLEANING

It’s time for Spring Cleaning! Bring your jewelry in for their annual check & cleaning. While you wait, enjoy refreshments and learn more about proper care of your pieces. Goldsmith demonstrations (3:00 – 3:30pm). Ever wonder what it’s like to see gold in its molten form; come see our casting demo, with our 3rd generation Goldsmith at her best. Visit our website for more info kooreycreations.com

14 MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH

11:30am & 2pm. Let your mom feel like Lady of the Manor at The Belvedere Inn. Join Chef Shaun Glynn as he offers a scrumptious brunch buffet with a wide selection. Call for information 269-857-5777 or visit belvedereinn.com

19 A TASTE OF FASHION!

7pm. Saugatuck & Douglas Area Fine Boutiques and Clothiers hit the Runway at The Saugatuck Center for the Arts to show off the latest 2017 fashions and offerings. Wine and Beer Bar along with fanciful hors d'oeuvres will be served as well. Always a Fun Event! Tickets only $10.00. For more information/purchase tickets call SDABA 269-857-1626 or saugatuckdouglas.com

26 CHAIN FERRY OPENS

Open through Labor Day. Call for hours 269-857-4261

26 SPECIALITY BEER TAPPING AT BORROWED TIME

5pm. Join us for the first event of our 1 year anniversary bash as we tap our own exclusive Saugatuck Brewing Company beer, Thai One On Saison, along with 3 other exciting and small batch brews. No reservations, we'll be pouring until the kegs are gone! For more information call (269) 455-5256 or go to borrowedtimesaugatuck.com for more information.

27-28 SPRINGFEST

Saturday and Sunday. Visit Blue Coast Artists for more information.

27 PIG ROAST AND BEVERAGE PAIRING AT BORROWED TIME

6-8pm. Join Chef Jay of Golden Brown Co. on the lawn at Borrowed Time for a side-yard BBQ with seasonal sides and beverages to pair. Tickets to the event are $65/pp in advance ($75 day of if space allows) and include live music, lawn games, pork buffet, and 3 drink tickets. Buy tickets online at borrowedtimesaugatuck.com for more information.

28 YOGA IN THE YARD AT BORROWED TIME

10-11am. Bring your mat and start your day with 60 minutes of vinyasa yoga in our yard. Your practice, open to all levels and led by Catherine Schmidt, will create opportunities for mind and body awareness while linking traditional poses to breath. While reservations are required as space is limited, Yoga will be by donation/pay what you can (suggested $10). Please call (269) 455-5256or email hello@borrowedtimesaugatuck.com to reserve your spot!

28 WINES AGAINST HUMANITY WINE TASTING AT BORROWED TIME

5 pm. Bring your tastebuds and your imagination as we turn wine tasting into a not-so-serious event. We'll try 5 unique wines and ask for your most creative descriptors. Cost is $30/pp and includes light appetizers. Buy tickets online borrowedtimesaugatuck.com for more information. or call 269.455.5256

28 HISTORY MUSEUM TO OPEN NEW EXHITIB ON COLD WAR ERA

12-4pm. An ambitious new two-year exhibition at the Saugatuck-Douglas History Museum opens for the season on Memorial Day weekend at Noon, contrasting the complex stories of Mt. Baldhead’s role in the “Cold War” of the 1950-70s and the cultural evolution that characterized Saugatuck and Douglas during that volatile period. Titled Cold War | Hot Towns: Saugatuck-Douglas in the 1950s-1970s, the new exhibition relates how a sleepy resort community became a battlefield for conflicting “invasions” in the unpredictable and scary early years of the atomic age. Admission is free, with donations gratefully accepted. For more information please visit ://sdhistoricalsociety.org

28 ALLEGAN ANTIQUE MARKET

8am-4pm. Michigan’s largest antique show, the last Sunday of the month, April-Sept. New dealers every event featuring every field of antiques and collectibles. Admission $4. 616-735-3333, alleganantiques.com

29 MEMORIAL DAY PARADES

Saugatuck 9am; Douglas 10am.

 
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