The temperatures were right on target for the annual Chilly Fest, held this past weekend, in downtown Port Huron. The Port Huron Recreation Department organized the event, offering a variety of entertainment including 53 illuminated ice sculptures, bed races, several live bands performing in a heated beer tent and, of course the cup crawl where, for 25-cents a cup, patrons could taste chili from
The Voyageur Restaurant parking lot was filled with sunshine and salmon, April 27th, while Quota International of Port Huron raised money for a good cause, at the Salmon Stakes fishing tournament. With 105 boats registered and, a 50/50 pot over $900, the event was a king-sized success. Tracy Cedar, a St. Clair resident and president of the Port Huron Quota Club, said they plan to use the funds
A benefit for the local YMCA Friday night at McMorran Place saw some 60-thousand dollars raised as area residents and sports fans got to visit with current and former members of the Detroit Tigers. Tiger Coach Jim Leyland got into a bidding war for his bench coach's jersey and won the bid at $2,500 then turned around and gave the jersey to the gentleman he had outbid. The
The Marysville Friends of the Arts held their 3rd Annual Chili Cook Off Saturday, April 6, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Marysville Knights of Columbus 4521 Ravenswood, Kimball Twp. Alexander's Banquet Facility won 1st Place in the Professional Category, Deaner's Beaner's won 1st Place in the non-professional, and Tom & Jerry's won the People's Choice Award. The event also
As over 25,000 square feet of space is occupied by vendors from all over, the McMorran becomes a bargain hunters paradise for the Blue Water area’s largest indoor garage sale and flea market. This year's annual Giant Indoor Garage Sale as held Saturday April 6, 2013, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and also featured free antique appraisals from Mike Gaylord, host of the "Everything
It was a full house, at the McMorran Auditorium, Thursday night as Ralphie May took the stage, performing a more than 2 hour long show. The crowd was engaged and both the comedian and his wife, Lahna Turner received lots of applause and laughs throughout their performances.
Great crowds over the weekend at the Port huron Factory Outlet along Range Road where officials with Grace Ministry held "Reverse Christmas". Offered up was about 140,000 pounds of food and, serving as a Toys for Tots donation and distribution center, the outlet was a forum to meet the needs of others or, have your needs met. Featuring more than 90 decorated trees, a living nativity,