1 – Michigan Peach Festival
Every Labor Day weekend, the Village of Romeo hosts its famous festival based around its prized crop, the peach. The festival is fun for the whole family and features a variety of unique activities such as a 5k/10k run, a charity cruise and car show, craft show and business expo, a variety of parades, food, music and more!
2 – New Baltimore’s Art on the Bay
Art on the Bay is a fine art and fine crafts show held in downtown New Baltimore in the Walter and Mary Burke Park located on the beautiful shore of Lake St. Clair. Show hours are from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 3 and Sunday, Sept. 4. Art on the Bay provides the opportunity to expose people to the arts, highlights and supports local business by bringing thousands of visitors to downtown, and introduces the public to New Baltimore’s recreational asset, the lake. New this year to Art on the Bay is “create your own art”, DIY classes all weekend!
(Art by Bernadette Krupa)
3 – Romeo Village Kid fest!
Romeo Kid-fest is a fun, free day for kids 14 years and under, however, the whole family is welcome. The event is held from 8:30 a.m. until 1 p.m. on the Saturday of the Michigan Peach Festival. Activities include live entertainers, a petting farm, relay races, stuffed animals and a bike decorating contest! Here is the schedule of events throughout the day:
8:30 a.m. Dressed up: Stuffed Animal Contest and Decorated Bike Contest!
9:30 a.m. Wake up with ROSCO the Clown show
10:00 a.m. kids’ relay races
11:00 a.m. All the World’s A Stage show, skits & songs
11:30 a.m. Macomb Children’s Choir show
12:00 p.m. water balloon toss
12:30 p.m. pie eating contest – all ages
4 – Sunday Night Concert Series at Lake St. Clair Metropark
Head to Lake St. Clair Metropark on Sunday, Sept. 4 for the weekly Sunday night concert series. This weekend, Pelts and Company will be performing, so come out and enjoy their big-band sound.
5 – Celebrate Labor Day at Jimmy John’s Field
The United Shore Professional Baseball League’s season will be coming to a close in mid-September. Experience some end-of-the-season baseball and celebrate Labor Day at Jimmy John’s Field with .25 cent hot dogs!