Saturday and Sunday May 23rd and 24th, Michigan Week will be celebrated at a living history re-enactment during the 35th annual Feast of the Ste. Claire. The Feast takes place at Pine Grove Park in Port Huron – there is a full schedule of events which include a more than 500 reenactors, a parade, fife and drum show, cannon demonstrations and all the sights and sounds of early Michigan history from the mid-1700’s to mid 1800’s. There is free parking available at the Community College parking lot, and free trolley rides to the Feast. Vendors will have a variety of traditional food and beverages for sale…Ben Franklin will be on hand as will Ron Pinson in Native American garb….cost is $8 for adults – Students and seniors $6 – a family pass $20…the grounds close Saturday at 6 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. on Sunday.
Congratultations Tricia Martiny- Feast of the Sainte Claire Ticket Winner