Stories tagged: "holiday"


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READ: Gov. Whitmer’s Tips for Keeping Michiganders Safe This Holiday Season

From shopping small to limiting large gatherings, these tips can help slow the spread of the coronavirus and keep local businesses going this season.

Boats anchored in Lake Michigan water at Power Island in west grand traverse by near Traverse City, Michigan. (AP)
Your Guide to Safe Boating in Michigan Labor Day Weekend, With Maps

Boats anchored in Lake Michigan water at Power Island in west grand traverse by near Traverse City, Michigan

Children’s toys are scattered about as several small groups of people enjoy an overcast Monday afternoon at Kensington Metropark’s Martindale Beach.
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Stay Safe and Soak up The Sun: Michigan Waterparks and Beaches Open for Labor Day 2020

Coronavirus hasn’t cancelled everything. With warm air still upon us, these select local and area waterparks and beaches are ready for some socially distant splashing. Pass the sunscreen. With only a few weeks remaining of summer there is plenty left to do to make the most out of the weather, and with Labor Day right...

In order to execute a safe, legal, and super fun celebration this holiday weekend, read up on state guidelines and safety tips from the experts. After that — grab the fam and get out there! (Photo by Allan Chatto via Flickr)
Your Guide to Shooting off Fireworks Safely and Legally in Michigan This Fourth of July

With traditional fireworks shows canceled, Michiganders will be setting off their own displays. Here are the rules and laws you need to know.

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Gov. Whitmer Declared Juneteenth a State Holiday. Now What?

From virtual discussions to in-person parties, here are three ways you can celebrate in Michigan.