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R.J. Peterson & Douglas Officials Still Trying To Resolve Dredge Spoils Site Issues Page 3 Cincinnati Metropolitan Orchestra To Play Free Concert At Beery Field On June 20th Page 3 Presorted Standard U.S. Postage Paid Saugatuck MI Permit No. 30 CURRENT RESIDENT THE LOCAL OBSERVER WE BRING YOU THE NEWS SERVING June 13, 2014 Vol. 12 No. 24 FREE SAUGATUCK * DOUGLAS * SAUGATUCK TOWNSHIP * LAKETOWN TOWNSHIP * FENNVILLE * GLENN * GANGES TOWNSHIP * HAMILTON * HOLLAND * SOUTH HAVEN Saugatuck-Douglas Offers A Great Summer Of Fun & Entertainment MLIVE The Local Observer Enjoy the summer in the quaint towns of Saugatuck and Douglas! Locals and visitors alike can take advantage of everything Saugatuck and Douglas have to offer: fabulous dining, unique shopping and fun things to do with the whole fam-ily (boat cruises, dune rides, etc.), not to mention all the spe-cial events happening over the summer. Here are just some of the scheduled events everyone is invited to join in on this summer at the “Best Summer Getaway Spot” in the U.S. as Sauatuck was recently voted by USA Today readers! June 13 & 27, July 18 and August 1 & 15: Ox-Bow Open Studio from 7:30-10 p.m. On select Fridays there is open stu-dio with students and fellows. Artists-in-residence host an exhibit of their work. Live auc-tion is at 8 p.m. and artist demonstrations are at 9 p.m. 269-857-5811 or ox-bow.org. June 25 to August 27: Music in the Park. Free live musical per-formances at Wicks Park Gazebo on Water Street in Saugatuck. Bring a picnic; various bands perform every Wednesday from 7 -9 p.m. July 4: July 4th Celebration with parade at 2 p.m., in downtown Saugatuck, and fireworks at dusk (about 10 p.m.) at the harbor. July 18-19 and August 1-2: Picnic in the Vineyard at Fenn Valley Winery. You bring your grill master and Fenn Valley sup-plies everything else – wine, food, grill and live music. Reservations required; 269-561-2396. July 19 and August 9: Taste of Art Tour from 5-8 p.m. Hop on a trolley and explore fine art gal-leries in Douglas and Saugatuck. July 25-27: Venetian Festival. The festival kicks off their cele-bration under the tent at Coughlin Park on July 25 at 5:30 p.m. with spirits, wine, food and family fun with a live band. July 26, at 10 a.m., is the art fair in downtown Saugatuck with the boat parade starting at 9:15 p.m. (theme of Priates), with festival fireworks at 10 p.m. over Lake Kalamazoo. cowhill.us August 21: Annual Sidewalk Sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in downtown Saugatuck – with fun and great bargains on merchan-dise, giveaways and entertain-ment sponsored by the Saugatuck/Douglas Area Business Association. Local Observer’s Popular 2014 Menu Guide Inside Today’s Edition Inside this week’s edition of your Local Observer you’ll find the highly anticipated 2014 Local Observer’s Menu Guide filled with the terrific offerings from your favorite restaurants, delis, stores, bakeries and more! Check out the mouth-watering main-course dishes, appetizers, salads and desserts from the best restaurants and other great food shops throughout the Saugatuck, Douglas, Fennville, Glenn and South Haven areas. Keep your free Menu Guide in your home all year-round or visit The Local Observer’s website at: www.localobserver.com and click on the flipping page Menu Guide icon and check out all the added interactive features on each page. You can also save it to your iPhone, iPad, laptop or desktop computer for easy access while at home, at your hotel, B&B, or walking through the towns when the hunger bug bites, all for free!

Saugatuck-Douglas Offers A Great Summer Of Fun & Entertainment

MLIVE <br /> <br /> The Local Observer<br /> <br /> Enjoy the summer in the quaint towns of Saugatuck and Douglas!<br /> <br /> Locals and visitors alike can take advantage of everything Saugatuck and Douglas have to offer: fabulous dining, unique shopping and fun things to do with the whole family (boat cruises, dune rides, etc.), not to mention all the special events happening over the summer.<br /> <br /> Here are just some of the scheduled events everyone is invited to join in on this summer at the “Best Summer Getaway Spot” in the U.S. as Sauatuck was recently voted by USA Today readers!<br /> <br /> June 13 & 27, July 18 and August 1 & 15: Ox-Bow Open Studio from 7:30-10 p.m. On select Fridays there is open studio with students and fellows. Artists-in-residence host an exhibit of their work. Live auction is at 8 p.m. and artist demonstrations are at 9 p.m. 269-857-5811 or ox-bow.org. <br /> <br /> June 25 to August 27: Music in the Park. Free live musical performances at Wicks Park Gazebo on Water Street in Saugatuck. Bring a picnic; various bands perform every Wednesday from 7 -9 p.m. <br /> <br /> July 4: July 4th Celebration with parade at 2 p.m., in downtown Saugatuck, and fireworks at dusk (about 10 p.m.) at the harbor.<br /> <br /> July 18-19 and August 1-2: Picnic in the Vineyard at Fenn Valley Winery. You bring your grill master and Fenn Valley supplies everything else – wine, food, grill and live music. Reservations required; 269-561-2396. <br /> <br /> July 19 and August 9: Taste of Art Tour from 5-8 p.m. Hop on a trolley and explore fine art galleries in Douglas and Saugatuck.<br /> <br /> July 25-27: Venetian Festival. The festival kicks off their celebration under the tent at Coughlin Park on July 25 at 5:30 p.m. with spirits, wine, food and family fun with a live band. July 26, at 10 a.m., is the art fair in downtown Saugatuck with the boat parade starting at 9:15 p.m. (theme of Priates), with festival fireworks at 10 p.m. over Lake Kalamazoo. Cowhill.us <br /> <br /> August 21: Annual Sidewalk Sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in downtown Saugatuck – with fun and great bargains on merchandise, giveaways and entertainment sponsored by the Saugatuck/Douglas Area Business Association.<br /> <br />

Local Observer’s Popular 2014 Menu Guide Inside Today’s Edition

Inside this week’s edition of your Local Observer you’ll find the highly anticipated 2014 Local Observer’s Menu Guide filled with the terrific offerings from your favorite restaurants, delis, stores, bakeries and more!<br /> <br /> Check out the mouth-watering main-course dishes, appetizers, salads and desserts from the best restaurants and other great food shops throughout the Saugatuck, Douglas, Fennville, Glenn and South Haven areas.<br /> <br /> Keep your free Menu Guide in your home all year-round or visit The Local Observer’s website at: www.localobserver.com and click on the flipping page Menu Guide icon and check out all the added interactive features on each page. You can also save it to your iPhone, iPad, laptop or desktop computer for easy access while at home, at your hotel, B&B, or walking through the towns when the hunger bug bites, all for free!

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