Fiesta Mexicana 2012 Happening This Weekend at Our Lady of Guadalupe
Fiesta Mexicana happens this Saturday and Sunday at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church on West Coldwater road in Flint. Food, music and dance and a lot more.
Bikes on the Bricks Rumbles Into Downtown Flint This Weekend
This Saturday and Sunday downtown Flint will turn into Biker Heaven. The 6th annual Bikes on the Bricks rolls into flint for fun, riding and a bit of showing off.
Second Friday Artwalk Brightens Downtown Flint September 14th
The second Friday of every month is Artwalk in downtown Flint. This free event is put on by the Greater Flint Arts Council (GFAC) and utilizes space at several downtown venues to display various forms of art.
Flint Festival of Quilts Displayed This Weekend Downtown
Quilts not only keep you warm and comfy in the cold weather months of Michigan, but they are also an art form. You'll have a chance to see these hand sewn works of utilitarian art in downtown Flint during the 18th annual Flint Festival of Quilts.
You Want Fries With That-Burger Breaks World Record
When I was young and had a bottomless pit for a stomach, I once powered down three Whoppers in one sitting. That would barely make a dent in the world record Bacon Cheeseburger grilled on Sunday in Minnesota.
Holy Rosary Superfestival 2012 Happens This Weekend
The Holy Rosary Parish Superfestival 2012 is this Friday, Saturday and Sunday on the Holy Rosary grounds on Richfield Road. There will be plenty of fun for everybody.
Can You Outrun a Zombie? Find Out at Zombie Dash, October 13th
Can you outrun a zombie? You'll get your chance to find out at the Zombie Dash on Saturday, October 13th (World Zombie Day) on the wooded, secluded trails at the Holly State Recreation Area. Did I mention that you'll be running in the dark?
Art on Tap is Brewing This Saturday at Flint Institute of Arts
The Flint Institute of Arts invites you to the 5th annual Art on Tap beer tasting fundraiser, this Saturday from 4-8 under the big tent in the FIA Parking lot. Guests will have the chance to sample from over 100 beers from around the world, many from right here in Michigan.
National Newspaper Carrier Day is Today
I got my first paper route when I was 10 years old. Delivering the Davison Index every Wednesday. Coincidentally, the first newspaper carrier was 10-year-old Barney Flaherty, who sold the New York Sun in 1833.
Harvest Time is Also Canning Time
Nothing tastes better than something you picked fresh from your garden. Unfortunately, fresh food has a limited shelf life. If you know how to can fruits and vegetables, you can enjoy the bounty of your garden all year long.
Need For Blood Never Takes a Holiday
While most of us are enjoying our extended Labor Day weekend, someone is in need of blood products to save their life. The need for blood is there 24/7, 365 days a year. That is where you come in.
Most Genesee County Beaches Open for Labor Day Weekend
With good weather forecasted for the Labor Day holiday weekend, and gas prices north of $4 at most stations, a lot of folks are sticking close to home. There are plenty of places locally to bar-b-que, swim, hike, bike and have as much fun as the folks heading "up north."