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, August 23, 2013
What's Happening in Saugatuck and Douglas this weekend!
happening the next few days in Sunny Douglas and Saugatuck
Play: Don't Hug Me. It's a love story. It's Fargo meets The Music Man (without
the blood or all those trombones). The story takes place in a colorful, rustic
north woods bar in tiny Bunyan Bay, Minnesota. It's the coldest day of the year
and cantankerous bar owner Gunner Johnson wants to sell the business and move
to sunny Florida. Clara, his wife and former Winter Carnival Bunyan Queen,
wants to stay. Bernice Lundstrom, the pretty waitress, wants to pursue a
singing career. Her fiance, Kanute Gunderson, wants her to stay home. It's a
battle of wills that tests their relationships and when a fast-talking
salesman, Aarvid Gisselsen, promises to solve their problems and bring romance
into their lives through the 'magic' of karaoke, all heck breaks loose!
Admission is $20 for Adults, $15 for seniors, Students and members of the
Lakeshore Arts Alliance with a special group rate of $12 per ticket for groups
of six or more. The Red Barn is located at 3657 63rd St. at Blue Star Hwy.
Saugatuck, about a quarter mile east of Exit 41 off of I-196. For more
information call (269) 857-5300.
PUPPET SHOW SATURDAYS
Puppet Show Saturday
Puppeteers are GREAT!
is their 6th season in Saugatuck, the West Michigan Troupe will reprise their
popular puppet show, Lost in Storyland, a raucous puppet comedy starring
America's favorite Storybook characters. Admission is $10. At the Saugatuck
American Legion Hall at 248 Mason Street in Saugatuck. (312) P.U.P.P.E.T.S.
24, 2 p.m.
Tours at Saugatuck Brewing Company
hosts Brewery Tours every Saturday. Tours include tasting and your choice of
SBC logo pint glass or growler. Cost is $7.50. The tour will be available to
the first 20 people to sign up. At Saugatuck Brewing Company in Douglas.
Experience over a dozen local culinary
artisans and restaurants preparing a vast array of edibles.
of the restaurants joining Taste this year include:
Bar & Grill, featuring their popular Margarita Chicken, Jumbo Shrimp Tacos,
Coconut Cream Pies and more.
White House Bistro, with new exciting dishes from the new owners.
Chocolates treat your sweet tooth with ice cream in waffle cone dishes,
chocolate covered strawberries, and their very popular Caramel Apples.
Park Bar & Grille, The Hickory Pit, Spectators Sports Bar and Grill, Earl's
Farm Market, What Not Inn and more.
addition to the largest line up of food in recent years, a beer tent features
microbrews from the Saugatuck Brewing Company along with wine from local
wineries, Fenn Valley and Tabor Hill.
always, a special kids corner will be available to entertain the kids. This
year will also see the return of the "Celebrity Dunk Tank." There is
no general admission charge for this annual event.
and beverage tickets are available in one dollar increments and no single taste
item is more than $5.00, making it a very affordable.