Saugatuck Michigan, Sherwood Forest Bed and Breakfast offers luxury. Hardwood floors, leaded-glass windows and wraparound porch add to ideal surroundings. Two suites are available with Jacuzzi-fireplace. One room sports a hand-painted mural that transforms the room into a canopied tree loft complemented by gas fireplace. Outside is a heated pool adorned with a hand painted mural of a sunken Greek ship embedded in a coral reef. Walk 1/2 block to a Lake Michigan beach and beautiful sunsets.
Friday, May 25, 2012
Happenings for the Memorial Day Weekend around Sherwood Forest Bed and Breakfast
A whole lot of happenings around the Sherwood Forest Bed and Breakfast this weekend!
May 25, Chain Ferry Opens for the Season
At noon for Memorial Day weekend. Open weekends only Friday 12-9 pm, Saturday 9 am-9 pm, Sunday 9 am-6 pm until June 18.
Saturdays, 9:30 am, through August 29, rain or shine, meeting at the north end of Oval Beach parking lot. An introduction to the natural and cultural history of this magnificent duneland, recently purchased by the City of Saugatuck. The talk is free, but Oval Beach parking costs $6 between Memorial Day and Labor Day. Contact the City of Saugatuck at (269) 857-2603.
May 26, Explore the arts (kid stuff)
Second and fourth Saturday each month, 10am-12 noon, beginning February 11. Different forms of art in our community will be explored. A local artist will share their work. Children will have an opportunity to try different mediums. The Children’s Museum of Fennville, 202 East Main Street, Fennville. For further information, contact (269)561-8494.
May 26, Knights Of Columbus Annual Rib-Fest Dinner
4pm-7pm at St. Peter’s Church Parish Hall. The Knights of Columbus and St Peter’s Church host a rib-fest dinner with dine in or carry out options. Tickets available from members of the Knights of Columbus 8687 or at the door. For more information (269) 857-7951
May 27, Saugatuck-Douglas Historical Museum Opening
Open 12-4 pm daily May 27 through Labor Day and on weekends in September through October 28. Award winning museum’s 2012 exhibition is an updated version of “Our Village Life”. Photographs, artifacts and stories uncover the mysteries and stories of daily life in the Saugatuck area (1890-1950). The permanent interactive “super map” allows visitors to learn the history of sites throughout the local communities. Special group tours by request. The museum is in the historic Pump House at Mt. Baldhead Park, 735 Park Street, Saugatuck. Gift shop features local interest books and souvenirs. See the Society’s website sdhistoricalsociety.org for details.
May 27, Marcia Ball
Saugatuck Center for the Arts at 8 pm. Nominated for Best Blues album for Grammy 2012. For more info visit Saugatuck Centerfor the Arts or call 269-857-2399
May 27, Allegan Antique Market
8 am-4 pm, last Sunday of the month. Allegan County Fairgrounds. 200 exhibitors inside, 200 outside, rain or shine. Admission $4 (616) 735-3333 or visit Allegan Antiques
May 27-29, Felt Mansion Tours
1-5pm, Sunday-Tuesday, May-August. Tour the Felt Mansion Estate and Gardens, for a moment back in time, a journey to an era of tasteful refinement. Children 12 and under are always free during regular tours. Call (616) 335-3050 for more information and tour times or visit Felt Mansion