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This Weekend: 2016 Suds on the Shore Posted on 08/19/2016
The popular Suds on the Shore Craft Beer and Wine Festival is upon us this weekend and is a must stop for beer and wine enthusiasts!For anyone not familiar with this event, it is hosted in Rotary Park on the outskirts of Downtown Ludington, just blocks from Stearns Park Beach and Lake Michigan. The shady park makes for a great backdrop to all of the fun that is Suds on the Shore. The event is a fundraiser for United Way of Mason County, which means it is also for a great cause. Tickets are $30 at the gate and include a commemorative tasting glass and 8 drink tokens. You can find more informati...
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7 Things to Do this 4th of July Holiday Weekend in Ludington Posted on 06/29/2016
Photo by Todd & Brad Reed PhotographyIf you are looking to celebrate the 4th of July, Pure Ludington must be on your list. This small town does 4th of July big!  To make your trip easier, we have put together a list of things to be sure to check out if you are in the Ludington Area this holiday weekend: 1. Kick off the holiday weekend in Downtown Ludington. These is always something new to see and do in Downtown Ludington, which is why if you are in town this weekend, you must take stroll along Ludington Avenue and South James Street to see what is new. Stop by the North James Street Plaza...
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Love Ludington Weekend Kick's Off Summer Season Posted on 05/11/2016
While the first official day of summer isn’t for a few more weeks, Ludington is celebrating it early as it declares June 11-12 a “Love Ludington” weekend full of summertime festivals and activities to get residents and visitors in the spirit of summer.The weekend will feature favorite annual traditions like the Ludington Lakestride Half Marathon and Pirates of the Caribbean Shoreline Cruise on the S.S. Badger, plus incorporate new traditions like a Guinness World Record attempt for the Longest Ice Cream Dessert, sunset beach bonfire on Lake Michigan and craft show at Historic White Pine Villag...
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4 Ways to Kick-off the New Year in Pure Ludington Posted on 12/18/2015
Ludington’s biggest annual celebration takes place each winter on New Year’s Eve. Billed as “West Michigan’s largest New Year’s Eve Ball,” Ludington’s New Year’s Eve Ball Drop offers the quintessential, small-town New Year's Eve celebration – complete with an outdoor beer garden and music, a ball drop with 6,000 LED lights in the heart of downtown, plus fireworks. Here are 5 ways to ring in 2016 here in Pure Ludington!1. Countdown Party & New Year's Eve Ball Drop Evening activities begin with a countdown party at 9:30 p.m. when the entertainment tent opens for music, dancing and beer tasti...
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Top 5 Places to catch a Pure Ludington Sunset Posted on 07/16/2015
One thing we are almost always guaranteed of when spending time outdoors is a picturesque landscape of lightly painted colors in the sky. Sunsets on the horizon here in Ludington mark the close of a successful day on the lakeshore. Listed here are a few of the best places to find yourself with a nice view. Ludington Waterfront ParkWandering among the bronze sculptures telling of Ludington’s history and highlights, the view of the S.S. Badger sitting proudly in the channel after a day on the water, a bench calls you over to sit back and relax while you take in the beauty of the sunset against t...
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SS Badger Sets Sail Posted on 05/07/2015
The SS Badger is setting sail on her maiden voyage of the 2015 season on the 15th of May. There are some new and exciting things on the majestic 7-story Badger this year, one of them being a new ash conveyor system which will allow for a more environmentally friendly approach to dispose of the coal ash produced.Since getting her belly wet in Lake Michigan on September 6th of 1952, and setting sail in March of 1953 she has had many jobs; starting out as a ferry for rail cars she earned the name of “Queen of the Lakes” during the golden era of ferry boats in the late 1950s. The SS Badger has bee...
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