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Fall Festival Weekends

Come out to Lewis Adventure Farm & Zoo to fill your Fall days with fun! Pick a pumpkin, get lost in the maze, and make memories with the ones you love most!

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Viking Rune Stone – Youth Take and Make

October 4 - October 30

Celebrate Leif Erikson day with this clay craft. You can even etch something in “Norse” code! Viking runic alphabet included. Kits will be available beginning October 4, while supplies last. Free.

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City of the Dead Muskegon: Virtual Tour

October 9 - October 31
MI, United States MI United States

City of the Dead is a historical tour of Muskegon’s oldest city-owned cemetery. The tour, in it’s twelfth year, guides visitors on a walking tour through towering monuments and trees; while introducing guests to some of Evergreen Cemetery’s residents. A full cast interprets Muskegon’s former members through historical documentation, time-period clothing, context, and language as […]

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Dino Dig Fossil Kit – Youth Take and Make

October 11 - October 30

Can you dig it? Unearth a blast from the past and discover a dinosaur! Kits will be available from Hackley Library beginning October 11, while supplies last. Free.

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Pony Bead Pumpkins – Teen Take and Make

October 18 - October 30

Pick a perfect pumpkin with this fun seasonal craft! Kits will be available from Hackley Library October 18 – 30, while supplies last. Free.

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Halloween Decorations – Youth Take and Make

October 18 - October 30

Boo-tify your house with this three-in-one take and make craft kit! Craft kits will be available from Hackley Library October 18 through October 30, while supplies last. Free.

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Ongoing

L’Dor V’Dor: Generations of Muskegon’s Jewish Community

September 30, 2021 @ 10:00 am - April 23, 2022 @ 4:00 pm

This exhibit celebrates the history of Jews in Muskegon, exemplified by Congregation B’nai Israel, which was founded in 1888. We invite visitors to learn about Judaism Congregation B’nai Israel by exploring three major elements of Judaism in daily life: education, religious practice, and family. Admission is free for Muskegon County residents and Museum members and […]

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6:00 pm

Wheel Throwing with Peter Johnson

Pottery wheel class includes preparing clay, working on the wheel, and reconstituting clay. Students will learn how to center, make a cylinder, and make a bowl. Selected pieces will be trimmed, bisque-fired and glazed. 10 lbs of clay, firings, and glazes are included. Additional clay can be purchased. Class minimum: 4 Class maximum: 5 Registration […]

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6:30 pm

Roll On Muskegon Community Cruise

October 25 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Grab your bicycle! We’re going on an 8 mph bike ride for the purpose of waving to our neighbors and smiling at community members. You’ll bike through neighborhoods you don’t usually visit, and see public art that can’t be appreciated from an automobile. Additionally, you’ll hear local history and interesting character studies. We meet at […]

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