Now that Labor Day is in our rearview, there's nothing but fall fun ahead in the Kalamazoo area. Here are 10 great ideas for the weekend of September 8-10, 2017.

  • Insane Inflatable 5K

    September 9

    Gilmore Car Museum

    The Insane Inflatable 5K brings 11 bouncy obsticles to the grounds of the Gilmore Car Museum in Hickory Corners.

  • State Theatre 90th Anniversary Celebration

    September 8


    The State Theatre opened in 1927 and is marking its 90th anniversary with a celebration on Friday.

  • NSRA Street Rod Nationals North

    September 9-10

    Kalamazoo County Expo Center

    More than 2600 street rods, at least 30 years of age or older will gather on the grounds of the Expo Center.

  • Eco Raft Race

    September 9

    Kalamazoo River

    Eco friendly building materials build the boats that will race on the river. The event is held at Mayors' Riverfront Park from 2-4.

  • Mall City Harmonizers Annual Show

    September 9

    Dalton Center Recital Hall

    The sounds of the barbershop quartet comes to WMU's Dalton Center for the Mall City Harmonizers annual show.

  • Marshall Historic Home Tour

    September 9-10


    Some of the historic and iconic homes of Marshall open to the public for the annual Home Tour.

  • Paw Paw Wine and Harvest Festival

    September 8-10

    Paw Paw

    The wineries of Southwest Michigan celebrate the fall harvest in and around Paw Paw

  • Allegan County Fair

    Daily Though September 16


    One of the latest in the season county fairs in the state of Michgian is underway in Allegan. Entertainment headliners include Jeff Foxworthy and Larry the Cable Guy as well as Alabama.

  • Lakeshore Harvest Ride

    September 9

    South Haven to Douglas

    The Lakeshore communties of South Haven and Douglas serve as starting points for bicycle rides with routes from 15 to 62 miles.

  • Antique Engine and Tractor Show

    Through September 10

    Michigan Flywheelers Museum, South Have

    The gathering of hundreds of antique tractors is the largest of its kind in Michigan.

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