Fall Festivals

Fall is just around the corner — celebrate the changing of the seasons at these fun festivals!

Muskegon Polish Festival
Please be sure to check event websites frequently for changes and updates.
Photo: Muskegon Polish Festival

Muskegon Polish Festival
Hackley Park, Muskegon
Sept. 3–4
muskegonpolishfest.com

The very popular Muskegon Polish Festival takes place over Labor Day weekend and offers Polish food and beer, polka dancing and music, a children’s area and more. You can also pick up a bunch of Polish merchandise, and even learn how to polka dance!

Photo: Tiffany Kraker Photography

Zeeland Fall Peddlers’ Market
Church Street, Downtown Zeeland
Sept. 11
cityofzeeland.com

Browse one-of-a-kind vendors in Zeeland’s open-air, lifestyle market. Zeeland’s peddlers’ markets happen twice a year — spring and fall. Check out a variety of items, including vintage furniture, fresh flowers, décor, farm-to-table treats, antiques, repurposed finds and more! You can also enjoy live music.

Fennville Goose Festival
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Fennville Goose Festival
Downtown Fennville
Oct. 8–10
fennvillegoosefestival.com

Fennville’s close-knit community comes together to put on this fun and quirky festival every year. There will be children’s activities, a carnival (Oct. 5–10), vintage car show, a craft and art fair, live music, a 5K run, a children’s “Gosling Run,” a Saturday parade and much more!

Downtown Holland
Photo: Downtown Holland

Holland Fall Fest
Downtown Holland
Oct. 8–9
holland.org

Check out the Holland Farmers Market and Downtown Holland in October for a bunch of autumn family fun! Watch nationally recognized pumpkin carvers sculpt works of art, paint some pumpkins, enjoy a hayride and treats, and so much more. 

Grand Haven Hispanic Heritage Fiesta
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Grand Haven Hispanic Heritage Fiesta
Grand Haven, various locations
Sept. 19–25
tcpuentes.org

This fun-filled, weeklong event is put on by the Tri-Cities Puentes Initiative. “Puentes” is Spanish for “bridges,” and the initiative’s focus is on building those connections between the Hispanic residents of Grand Haven, Spring Lake and Ferrysburg. Now in its third year, the fiesta increases awareness and cultural understanding of the diverse Hispanic community. It highlights a variety of Latin American cultures and pays tribute to the generations of Hispanic Americans who have positively influenced the nation and particularly, the Tri-Cities area. The event will include an opening ceremony, a restaurant week, an “Origenes” dinner at the community center and a Fiesta concert at the Waterfront Stadium. It will host a finale party on Saturday, Sept. 25. 

Taste of Muskegon
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Taste of Muskegon
Hackley Park, Muskegon
Sept. 24–25
tasteofmuskegon.org

Get a taste of the best Muskegon has to offer at the annual Taste of Muskegon! The festival highlights the best area restaurants and food vendors. Muskegon’s best restaurants and food trucks will be competing for the Taste Plate Awards and lucky for you, you get to be the judge. The two-day event will have concerts, beer and plenty of food to enjoy.

Please be sure to check event websites frequently for changes and updates.

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