Things to Do in West Michigan

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Kelly McGrail from the West Michigan Tourist Association list her top 5 things t do in west Michigan for September.

Allegan County Fair

Sep 6 - 14, 2013

Website: www.allegancountyfair.com/

-          Tim McGraw

-          Austin Mahone

Lemon Creek Winery 18th Annual Harvest Festival

Sep 7, 2013

Time: 12:00 PM To 06:00 PM

Location: 533 E. Lemon Creek Rd. Berrien Springs, MI 49103

Website: www.lemoncreekwinery.com

Hot Air Balloons (weather permitting), Grilled Food, Live Music, Wine Tasting, and More!

1st Annual Taste of Traverse City

Sep 13 - 15, 2013

Location: Traverse City, MI

Website: www.traversecity.com/events/33/266/

Phone: (231) 947-1120

Traverse City will host the first-ever Taste of Traverse City Festival this fall, featuring wine and food events, workshops, demonstrations, appearances by local chefs and culinary celebrities, and tastes and sips of the best dishes and libations from area restaurants, caterers, wineries, breweries and other food producers.

Fall Festival

Sep 28, 2013

Time: 10:00 AM To 04:00 PM

Location: St Joseph

Website: www.sjtoday.org/events/great-halloween-spectacle.html

State and Pleasant Streets

It's a day of family fun in downtown St. Joseph as we celebrate the fall season!  Stop by the Farmer's Market for fresh vegetables and fruit.  Visit with goats, bunnies, ducks, and more at the petting zoo.  Get your face painted, enjoy a pony ride and much more!

Bassmaster Elite Series Comes to Muskegon

September 27-29  

 A new event is coming to West Michigan this fall when B.A.S.S. (Bass Anglers Sportsman Society), the nation's top sportfishing organization, brings their prestigious Bassmaster Elite Series Toyota Truck All Stars Tournament to Muskegon County September 27-29, 2013. 

This star-studded event will be broadcast on ESPN2 and brings the top 14 bass fishermen in the United States to Muskegon County for the first time ever, and exciting things are bound to happen! Contestants will fish both Muskegon Lake and White Lake, making the Toyota Truck All-Stars Tournament truly a county-wide event.

 A $100,000 grand prize is on the line for the winners of the Muskegon tournament, so this is serious business for the 14 participants, who include Kalamazoo's own Kevin VanDam, and Mike Iaconelli, another top national bass fisherman hailing from New Jersey. Kalamazoo resident Mark Zona is ESPN's Outdoors Commentator and will be covering the event. Both VanDam and Zona are very familiar with Muskegon and White Lake, and both influenced the choice of Muskegon County for the All Star Tournament.

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