10 Things to Do in Mid-Michigan This Weekend — June 2-4
Now that June is here and the weather is cooperating with us (somewhat), there a whole lot going on in Flint, Genesee County, and the surrounding areas. Also, it's carnival season, people!
This 4-day festival features something for the entire family, including a petting zoo, fireworks, carnival rides, a ninja style obstacle course, and nightly entertainment.
The Holy Redeemer Festival features a full midway, raffle tickets, bake sale, kids' games, live entertainment, and so much more.
The monthly event features food trucks, kid's activities, shopping, and a car show hosted by the Sloan Museum Auto Fair Club.
Assemble your team of 1-5 people to compete for small prizes under the dome! Trivia topics include astronomy, nerd culture, as well as more standard trivia fare. Seating is limited and teams will be admitted on a first-come, first served basis, so get there early.
This free, family-friendly event is open to the public and features dancing, food, live music, and more.
This annual event lets you shop for a variety of crafts in many different mediums, ranging from metal and wood work to clothing and jewelry. There will also be live entertainment in the pavilion.
The Party is billed as the most exclusive event of the year. Expect the unexpected in theme, food, and diversity of entertainment. The transformed environment welcomes the beginning of summer. Tickets are $125 in advance and proceeds benefit FIA programs and exhibits.
The Iberschoff Special, everyone’s favorite red train at the Saginaw Children’s Zoo, turns 50 with fun games and activities.
Join the Elf Khurafeh Shriners for a weekend extravaganza like no other with Blues Music from the Detroit Blues Society, Car Shows, Shriner's Run, Kids' Events and more.
The Detroit Grand Prix returns to Belle Isle this weekend.