First, let's take a peek at what's happening in Port Huron this weekend.
See the list of the things to see and do at Port Huron's Be A Tourist In Your Own Town here.
The Blue Water Sturgeon Festival offers close encounters with lake sturgeon, the “Gentle Giants of the Great Lakes”.
It kicks off at 8 in the morning this Saturday with Run With The Sturgeon, a 5K race and 1K fun run along the beautiful Blue Water River Walk on the shores of the St. Clair River.
At 10 AM the festival opens at the Great Lakes Maritime Center and Vantage Point. Check out the full list of activities at the Sturgeon Festival's website.
Also on Saturday, Harbor Beach's Pro King Fishing Tournament is a going on. It's a contest where all anglers fish with the same spoon.
The summer live theater scene is blossoming again. The Barn Theater in Port Sanilac kicks off their summer season with Louis Black's One Small Hitch. In Marine City, Two Across starts its run a the Snug Theater. Port Huron's Citadel Stage present their production of the Odd Couple starting on June 15.
Looking towards next weekend, Shiny chrome and high gloss paint will be glittering in the sun at Marysville Park.
Just a ten minute drive from Marysville is St. Clair. On the evening of the 9th, you can sip on many hop, barley and malt beverages at the St Clair Beer and Wine Festival.
Also on the 9th & 10th, Art On the River is in happening in Port Huron and Native, Voyageurs & Settlers Days are at the Sanilac County Museum & Historical Village.
Find out more when you Discover The Blue at our events page.