The sun is shining. The birds are singing. We made it to spring, folks! We sure have been cooped up in our respective dwellings for far too long, and there's no better way to get out and enjoy this weather than by celebrating some of the many foods that make Michigan a truly delicious place to live. From blueberries to ribs to the birth of cereal, Southwest Michigan has it's share of great food festivals you don't want to miss out on.

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    National Cereal Festival

    Battle Creek - June 9th

    What better way to celebrate the Cereal City than by joining them for the National Cereal Festival. Not only does the festival boast the world's longest breakfast table, but you have a chance to get your picture taken with Tony the Tiger and Tucan Sam! Enjoy the birth of cereal at this year's National Cereal Festival.

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    Coldwater - June 9th

    You don't have to go too far to enjoy Coldwater's Strawberryfest, a day dedicated to that delicious treat, and a chance for you to check out talented craftsman, children's activities and more! Plus, since it's basically in your backyard, you can be home in time to warm up and enjoy the strawberry goodness you just couldn't leave the fest without.

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    Taste of Muskegon

    Muskegon - June 15th and 16th

    A bit of a drive is worth it to check out Taste of Muskegon. The food, the music, the powerboat parade! Spend a little time on the lake soaking up the sun and enjoying a day with the whole family.

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    Rib Fest

    Kalamazoo - August 2nd - 4th

    It's never too early to plan ahead for the smokey, saucy, tangy fall-off-the-bone goodness that is Rib Fest. Come hungry and stick around for great entertainment stretched over three days.

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    National Blueberry Festival

    South Haven - August 9th - 12th

    South Haven has become synonymous with blueberries. Get out and enjoy National Blueberry Festival, three days of blueberry praise, craft vendors, food, music, and so much more

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