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Wicked Grand Haven Historic Cemetery Tour

Wicked Grand Haven Historic Cemetery Tour

Discover the residents of Grand Haven of years passed, who were wicked and notorious through mysterious murders, crimes & more.

Weather permitting, all ages are invited to take part in this free tour, exploring the exciting stories of years gone by in Grand Haven. Meet at the Grand Haven Township Cemetery entrance gate located at 12604 168th Avenue on Thursday, October 20 from 6:00pm-8:00pm.

Go to www.loutitlibrary.org for more event information.

Haunted Museum & Zombie Walk

Haunted Museum & Zombie Walk

It’s that time of year, again! The Tri-Cities Historical Museum Akeley Building located at 200 Washington Avenue in Downtown Grand Haven is hosting a Haunted Museum from 1pm to 3pm & Zombie Walk at 4pm on Saturday, October 26.

Call: (616)842-0700 for more information or visit www.tri-citiesmuseum.org for more calendar listings.

Ice Age Imperials Now Open in Grand Haven

Ice Age Imperials Now Open in Grand Haven

A new exhibit is open at Tri-Cities Historical Museum in Grand Haven.

The Ice Age Imperials Exhibit  was designed and fabricated by the Antiquities Company of Rockford, Michigan, and made possible by generous grants from the Grand Haven Area Community Foundation and the Marion A. and Ruth K.

New Pictures of Grand Haven Shipwreck

New Pictures of Grand Haven Shipwreck

Last month, WZZM13's Brent Ashcroft showed how lower water levels were revealing a Grand Haven shipwreck from 80 years ago.

Today, we are sharing updated photos of the shipwreck from viewers Harry and Heidi Wojahn. These photos were taken on Wednesday, January 9. 

LDL’s Wicked Lake Forest Cemetery tour set for Oct. 11

LDL’s Wicked Lake Forest Cemetery tour set for Oct. 11

GRAND HAVEN, MI -- Explore the lives of some of Grand Haven’s strangest and wickedest characters from the past.

Tour their graves and hear their unique stories from Loutit District Library (LDL) genealogist Jeanette Weiden and local author Amberrose Hammond as they provide a historical journey through the Lake Forest Cemetery, Wednesday, October 10 from 2:00-4:00 p.m.

 Walkers planning to attend are asked to park in the parking lot off of Lake Ave then meet at the cemetery office.

Attendees must be able to walk the cemetery. For more information on this free program, call (616) 842-5560 ext. 225 or visit www.loutitlibrary.org.

Urban Wildlife in Forest Hills – George and his Backyard Critters - Meet Baldy

Urban Wildlife in Forest Hills – George and his Backyard Critters - Meet Baldy

Part 2 – Meet “Baldy”

I think one of the most beautiful birds is the male Northern Cardinal.  Red is my favorite color, which is one reason why I can’t take my eyes off of cardinals.  They also have those beautiful crests on top of their heads.  Cardinals don’t migrate and keep their color all year round because they don’t molt into a dull plumage like the Gold Finch.  This means the cardinals are still breathtaking in my snowy backyard all winter long.  Don’t get me wrong, the females are also very pretty, but the males are stunning.

The other thing about male cardinals is they all look alike.   The color of their feathers is the same.  They all have the black masks around the eyes.  They all have those distinctive crests.

Then one day my husband and I saw “Baldy”.  He was unlike any cardinal we had ever seen.   My husband first spotted him in early April.  There was something seriously wrong w