Car enthusiasts from all around the area are getting revved up to be in Fort Gratiot as it is time for Blue Water Cruise Weekend. Festivities start Thursday with a carnival at the Birchwood Mall. On Friday evening many sets of wheels will be showing off their shine along 24th Avenue in Fort Gratiot and north Port Huron's main drag.
The show of chrome and high-gloss continues into Saturday the 29nd with the Keith Peterson Memorial Car Show at the Birchwood Mall during the day and fireworks in the evening. To see the full schedule of events, check out the Blue Water Cruise Weekend website.
Now in its 48th year, the St Clair Art Fair is one of the oldest art fairs on this side of the state. This weekend there will be over 120 artists located throughout the Riverview Plaza and Palmer Park along the St. Clair River. Find out more about the artists participating here.
Starting this Saturday and then on each one through August 4th, you can catch the boat taxi and take the one mile ride out to tour the Harbor Beach lighthouse.
This Saturday, The Sanilac Consortium for the Arts and Sanilac County Historic Village & Museum will be celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock with the grooviest festival in the Thumb. Singing The 60's will feature local musicians celebrating the songs of Woodstock and the 1960’s in four performance areas. There will also be a vintage car show, arts & crafts vendors, a hippie drum circle, children's area, craft beer and great eats.
Find out all the things that are happening in Michigan's ThumbCoast at our events page.