For over 15 years Post Family Farm has offered all types of fun activities. According to michigan.org, the farm is, “an 80-acre reminder of life’s simple pleasures.” The farm was purchased by Bill & Etta Post in 1969, says their official web site, but it wasn’t until 15 years ago that the farm held it’s first Fall Festival. According to their official web site, Post Family Farm offers, “U-pick pumpkins, hayrides, bonfires, homemade pumpkin donuts, corn mazes and more.” Jabber Log recently visited Post Family Farm, as seen in the video below, for it’s Fall Festival and met with the owner and manager to discuss the activities.
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For 28 years the city of Zeeland, within western Michigan, has held its annual Pumpkinfest. According to the official brochure, “this family-friendly event has featured a plethora of fall activities, parades, music and more.” One such musical event was held at Vitale’s of Zeeland.
A traditional restaurant, as stated by their web site, “carries on the great dining that has become synonymous with the Vitale name.” Jabber Log was on-hand to witness the busy crowd both inside and out for the event. For more information on Pumpkinfest and Vitale’s of Zeeland, follow the links below.
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By Ricardo — 6 years ago
Grand Rapids Michigan is a city that continues to grow with its many attractions including its art community. For three years now, Grand Rapids has hosted the event known as ArtPrize. According to the events web site, the, “event is an international art exhibition and social experiment.” The site goes on to explain that, “since 2009, it has redefined how art can create community.” Below you will find a brief video on some of this year’s competition as well as an interview with one of the artists.
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By Ricardo — 7 years ago
Hello everyone! With all the chaos going on with gas prices it is nice to hear about some good in the world. As I stated in my first entry and within the “About” section, Jabber Log will be highlighting public events as they come along. In a few weeks on May 15th, 2011 a very important public event will take place involving a fundraiser for the Allegan County Sheriff K-9 Unit. The following is brought to you by Meghan Thornton:
“Join us on Sunday May 15 at Salt & Pepper from 1p.m. – 6p.m. to help the Allegan County Sheriff K-9 unit! After the unexpected death of their dog Garo the police department is currently left with too few dogs and without the funds for the two more dogs that they need. The K-9 unit is a vital tool the police have in detecting drugs, explosives, finding missing people, and tracking suspects. With too few dogs, the dogs and their handlers have to work overtime, allowing suspects more time to get away. K-9 dogs are loved and cherished members of the police force; COME OUT AND SHOW YOUR SUPPORT! Bring your family and your dog for a great time and to show our appreciation and support of these wonderful dogs! We will have food, drinks, live music, a dog trick contest, dog bone eating contest, a professional photographer taking pictures of your pet or with the police dogs, a live demonstration of the K-9 dogs, a raffle and silent auction. Thanks to Metal Flow Corporation and to Salt and Pepper!”
There you have it folks! Please come out and show your support on May 15th at Salt & Pepper Savory Grill and Pub 11539 East Lakewood Boulevard #50
Holland, MI for Puppypalooza. If you would like to volunteer for the event please contact Meghan Thornton on Facebook or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. If directions are needed you may call the restaurant at (616) 355-5501. Hope to see you there and thank you for the support!
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