Antiques on the Bluff is held along tree lined Lake Bluff Park, overlooking Lake Michigan. This antique show is a premier event for St. Joseph and antiquers around Southwest Michigan!Located in Lake Bluff Park the show runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. the first Sunday of each month May-October.Rain or shine event.
There will be something fishy about St. Joseph, Michigan this summer!. It'll be the city's 14th annual outdoor art exhibit, “Fishing for Fun in St. Joseph,” featuring 20 fish and shark sculptures painted by regional artists.
Every Saturday (9am-2pm), there is a farmer's market at Lake Bluff Park, St. Joseph, located between Broad and Plesant Streets. Enjoy locally grown jams, honey, hearth-bread baked breads and fine pastries, perennials, cut flowers, organic vegetables and so much more!
The 56th Annual Krasl Art Fair, presented by Krasl Art Center is the host of one of the premier art shows in the country. Music and entertainment will be provided all day long while you browse more than 200 artist vendors.
This is an annual celebration of the gladiolus flowers and peaches, which are both grown locally. The festival provides three days of family fun for all ages. Events include live music on two stages, a classic car show parade. and a beautiful aerial fireworks display.
Watch as the streets of downtown St Joseph are transformed into beautiful works of art. Artists begin working on their blocks on Friday at 4:00 p.m. and finish on Saturday at 4:00 p.m. Blocks are judged and prizes are awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places. View the blocks all day on Sunday. Also, don't forget to check out the downtown Sidewalk Sales.
The National Blueberry Festival is held on the second weekend of August each year, and is one of the country's oldest continuously-running fruit festivals! We're proud of South Haven's tremendous blueberry crop, and the important industry it represents in our area. Van Buren County is the Nation's most prolific producer of highbush blueberries, and Michigan as a whole produces upward of 100 million pounds each year. Growers, packers, u-picks, specialty equipment, agritourism, cottage industry and more convene right here in Southwest Michigan, and it's all thanks to the delicious and healthy king of fruits- the almighty blueberry!
The 1.2-mile swim in the clear refreshing waters of Lake Michigan, begins on the beach. The bike course winds through rolling wine country and orchards, and the shaded run is lined with enthusiastic volunteers. Athletes finish on the beach, where families can hang out and play until athletes finish the race.
For over 70 years, families have made a tradition out of attending the Berrien County Youth Fair in Berrien Springs Michigan. With its rich history, thousands continue to flock to one of the largest county fairs in the Midwest. The Berrien County Youth Fair has continuously ranked among the top fairs and festivals in Michigan.
The festival offers something for everyone including tastings and tours for wine enthusiasts; a 5k, grape stomping competition, kayak race, and other contests for the active members of your family; four stages of entertainment for music-lovers; and carnival rides, fireworks, and the parade for all ages.