Yep, it is time for another installment of the latest upcoming festivals around Michigan. Here in Michigan, we celebrate everything, from water, culture, arts, flowers, and cars, to name a few. Here are the upcoming Michigan festivals for the third week in June for you to enjoy with your family.
64th Annual Water Festival 6/17-6/19 - Three Rivers
Three Rivers is holding the 64th Annual Water Festival from June 17th through June 19th in the beautiful Scidmore Park, where the three rivers converge. The festival has something for the entire family. You can check out the rides and food on the midway, grab a prime spot for the parade, catch an outdoor movie, play in the Kids Zone, check out the Classic Car Show, or stick around for live music and fireworks to close out the festival on Saturday night. Scidmore Park is at 112 Spring Street in Three Rivers.
Hell-O Summer Fest 6/19 - Hell, Michigan
Did you know that summer is 93 days, 15 hours, and 47 minutes long? Come visit the town with the famous name and kick off this hot season in a hellish way by joining us at Hell-O Summer Fest! It is a family-friendly, but hellishly fun way to celebrate the heat of Hell in the summer. Take a stroll on Hell’s grounds and enjoy kookie/spooky/creepy/Halloweenish/Hellish wares, art and entertainment, and damn good food. The festival is from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in downtown Hell at 4045 Patterson Lake Road.
Greek Festival of Saginaw 6/18-6/19
It is a little different this year due to COVID. The Greek Festival of Saginaw will host a two-day drive-thru on June 18-19, 11 am to 7 pm, at St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church, 4970 Mackinaw Road, on the corner of Mackinaw and McCarty Roads. The Greek Fest Drive-Thru will offer a safe alternative with its most popular menu items, which include gyros, Greek fries, and baklava. Guests may pay with cash or credit card.
Arts and Acts Festival 6/18-6/20 - Northville
There are three art fairs coming to Northville this weekend - Art in the Sun, Maker’s Mart and Young Artist Juried Art Fair - as well as live solo and international performances at its new location along West Cady Street in Northville. You and your family will enjoy fine art, crafts, entertainment, food, and family-friendly activities such as the annual Short on Words: A Poetry and Short Story Event and the Northville Art House Chalk Festival. This year, dog owners can show off their pet’s artistry in the all-new Paws with Applause Northville Dog Show and Virtual Photo Contest. You can find these art fairs at the Northville Art House on 215 W. Cady Street.
Heritage Hill Garden Tour and Festival 6/19 - Grand Rapids
Heritage Hills is offering a variety of private gardens tours of historic homes, which is one of the country's largest urban historic districts. From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. you can enjoy a FREE family-friendly festival in Pleasant Park featuring music, an outdoor marketplace, and children's activities. Tickets for the Garden Tour are $12 in advance, $15 on the day of; group rate of $10 per ticket for parties of ten or more. Pleasant Park is at 126 College Avenue SE in Grand Rapids.
Motor Muster in Greenfield Village 6/19-6/20 - Dearborn
Kick summer into high gear this Father’s Day weekend in Greenfield Village. This is one of the country’s most exciting historic vehicle shows, which transports you to the golden era of car culture. You will be able to explore a diverse collection of vehicles and vignettes from five of the American auto industry’s most formative decades. From the lean Depression-era ’30s and the American home front during World War II to the futuristic ’50s, revolutionary ’60s, and bicentennial ’70s, get a unique perspective on American culture through the lens of what we drove. Every automobile, from luxury vehicles to gritty muscle cars, has been carefully chosen to guide you through a unique story of American drive.
Plan to stay late on Saturday night for live classic American rock and pop hits from the 1970s performed by local favorite Classic Gold. All weekend long, mingle with hundreds of car owners ready to show off the talent that goes into preserving and restoring these fantastic automobiles. Motor Muster will be at The Henry Ford at 20900 Oakwood Boulevard in Dearborn.