Visit Muskegon Weekend Report: February 19, 2020

Hello, I am Dave, owner of Mr. B’s Pancake
House and I am presenting this week’s Visit Muskegon Weekend Report! Our family owned and operated restaurants
offer not only great food and service, but also a welcoming place for families and friends
to come together over a delicious meal. Serving Muskegon since 1974, Mr. B’s Pancake
House is open 7 days a week for breakfast and lunch. As is our newest location, The Brunch House
on Henry St. Why is the Weekend Report at Mr. B’s and
The Brunch House this week? Because both of us are participating in “Lakeshore
Restaurant Week”! From February 21st through the 29th over twenty
participating restaurants will be offering specials, discounts and promotions. The goal of “Lakeshore Restaurant Week”
is to highlight the fantastic food that can be found at our local eateries, and persuade
people to do some experimenting and try new places. Along with Restaurant Week, here is what else
you can do in Muskegon County this weekend: This is a great weekend for Theater enthusiasts! Muskegon Civic Theatre presents Thornton Wilder’s
“Our Town” on stage at the Beardsley Theater, located inside the beautiful Frauenthal Event
Center. Muskegon Community College presents the World
War Two set musical, “Cabaret” at Overbrook Theatre. And, the renowned theater company, Ebony Road
Players, bring the fictionalized meeting of Malcolm X and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to
life at Hackley Library. Connoisseurs of Art! Art Cats Gallery invites you to their opening
event for “Trees Are the Kindest Thing I Know” pairing poetry and visual art in this wonderful
show of winters work! Sport fans: The Muskegon Lumberjacks drop
the puck against the Dubuque Fighting Saints in an exciting match of USHL hockey at Mercy
Health Arena. Comedy fans! You will be busy too; Get some giggles at
the Back Alley Comedy Club where stand-up comedian Joe DeRosa will perform two shows. Comedy Night at the Polish Falcons Club features
funny guys Michael Blais and Ron Rigby. Join Downtown Muskegon Now for their first
ever Mardis Gras Pub Crawl. There will be give-a-ways and drink specials
at participating pubs all night long. Music lovers, the Downtown Live Concert Series
continues with “A Music Spectacular!” MCC’s Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble, and
College Singers will all come together for a performance on the Frauenthal Theater stage. Or you can trip back to the 60’s & 70’s when
“Rock with Charlie” performs at Pigeon Hill Brewing. You can also catch live performances from
Aspen Jacobsen or Michael VanHouten at The Book Nook Java Shop. Gamers, there’s a Sunday Funday Game Day
with Griffin’s Rest at Pigeon Hill Brewing. Shoppers, did you know that along with our
unique retail, gift and antique shops, we offer two indoor farmers markets? The Sweetwater Local Foods Market and Muskegon
Winter Farmers Market. We aren’t done celebrating Valentines just
yet; the Event Center at Fricano Place has a Valentine’s dinner party with raffles, prizes,
music, dancing and cash bar. Bundle up and take it outdoors! Learn to Luge at the Muskegon Luge and Sports
Complex, home to one of only 4 luges accessible to the public in the US. You can also ice skate on both an outdoor
rink or trails that wind through the state park. They are lit at dusk if you can’t beat the
sunset. There are also scenic trails for snowshoeing
and cross country skiing. For more information, and for a list of all
the great restaurants included in Lakeshore Restaurant Week, click the link in the post
or head to the Visitors Center in Downtown Muskegon Have a delicious weekend!

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