Uncle Sam Jam
July 7 @ 4:00 pm – July 10 @ 10:00 pm
Uncle Sam Jam returns to Civic Center Park in Woodhaven, MI July 7-10, 2022. Come enjoy our large carnival midway, live concerts, fireworks, monster truck rides, and a petting zoo.
THURSDAY: 4:00pm – 11:00pm
FRIDAY: 4:00pm – Midnight
SATURDAY: Noon- Midnight
SUNDAY: Noon – 11:00pm
OnSite Parking Available for $10 TH/SAT/SUN
$15 on FRIDAY!!!!
FREE Parking available offsite at Kohls with FREE Shuttles to the event.
20840 West Rd, Woodhaven, MI 48183
Lincoln Park Days is presented to the community by the Exchange Club of Lincoln Park. This is the biggest fundraiser the club puts on to allow us to continue to give out scholarships to Lincoln Park High School Graduating Seniors, promote the prevention of Child Abuse, promote Americanism and Youth Projects.
THE POLISH FESTIVAL
AUGUST 26 AND 27, 2022
For more details click on this link: https://www.ourladyofthescapular.org/media/1/SKM_C30822061208150.pdf
Friday, Aug. 26 – 6-9pm
Saturday, Aug. 27 – 4-7pm
Saturday, Aug. 27, 7-10pm
This family-friendly event has been a Downriver tradition since 1947. Nature lovers truly enjoy outdoor events such as dog jumping competitions and archery challenges.
We are one of the oldest events of its kind in Michigan, and we proudly support the conservation efforts to protect the Pointe Mouillee State Game Area. All proceeds will benefit habitat at Pointe Mouillee State Game Area which is the largest freshwater marsh restoration project in North America located in the Detroit River International Wildlife Refuge.
So spend a day or two with us and bring the family to enjoy a day with Mother Nature at the Pointe Mouillee Waterfowl Festival!
2022 FESTIVAL December 8-11
Grosse Ile’s most vibrant festival!
Five Churches and a team of 600 unite to create a magnificent performance!
A Christmas celebration with music and pageantry, the Boar’s Head Festival appears to be an American custom of English origin. Its roots are in the ancient English tradition of slaying a boar for the Christmas feast, roasting the severed head with an apple in its mouth and ceremoniously bearing it into the castle’s dining hall so that royalty and guests might admire it and the hunter’s prowess.
With the passage of time, the slaying of the boar has come to represent the conquering of evil at the birth of the Christ Child. This pageant displays both the colorful magnificence of the great feast and the simple beauty of the Christmas story.
Sponsored by the Interfaith Council of Churches, the Boar’s Head Festival is truly an ecumenical undertaking. Many members of our Island churches make up the 600 people who sing, perform or contribute their skills in the production of the festival by working on sets, costumes, lights, sound, publicity and programs.
Spectators will see and hear a brass ensemble, recorders, handbells, bagpipes, harpsichord, singers, dancers, tumblers, jesters, townspeople and a Christmas story. Musicians include an adult, youth and children’s choir of over 100 voices and a 25 piece orchestra.