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September, 2022

Calendar of Events

Fall is Near and School is Here!

Browse by Week

Saturday, September 3rd-Sunday, September 4th

Shoreline All Breed Youth Show
Caswell Horse Park at the Mason County Fairgrounds- 5302 W. US-10, Ludington.

Tuesday, September 6th, 5pm

Ludington North Breakwater Light Closes for the Season
Stearns Park Beach- 420 N. Lakeshore Dr., Ludington.

Saturday, September 10th-Sunday, September 11th

MIHA District 9 Meet
Caswell Horse Park at the Mason County Fairgrounds- 5302 W. US-10, Ludington.

Saturday, September 10th, 9am

Mason County Garden Club Plant Exchange/Sale
Leveaux Park- 900 E. Ludington Ave., Ludington.

Saturday, September 17th

MIHA District 9 Meet
Caswell Horse Park at the Mason County Fairgrounds- 5302 W. US-10, Ludington.

Saturday, September 17th, 8am-12pm

Ludington Petunia Parade Removal Day
Ludington Petunia Parade will be removing petunias on the Avenue and the marina.

Saturday, September 17th, 10am-12pm

Lumberjack Day & Lumberjack Breakfast
Enjoy a Lumberjack Breakfast of flapjacks, sausage, and hashbrowns then take in the history of Mason County settlers by touring the village. Cost is $20 for Adults, $18 for Seniors, $16 for Children ages 4-13, and free for Children under age 4. Historic White Pine Village– 1687 S. Lakeshore Dr., Ludington.

Saturday, September 17th, 7-8:30pm

AFFEW Beach Sweep
Beach clean-up at Stearns Park, Ludington.

Friday, September 23rd-Saturday, September 24th

Ludington Octoberfest
Beer tasting festival with live music. Downtown Ludington.

Saturday, September 24th, 12-5pm

Bus Day to Big Point Sable Lighthouse
Free concert from 1-3pm. Bus transportation from 12pm-5pm. Big Sable Point Lighthouse in Ludington State Park- 8800 M-116, Ludington.

Check back often for updates to this calendar of events!

Events & Activities by Season

Summer

The summer sun brings the season for beach days! Ludington boasts miles of white sand beach, just waiting for you to enjoy!

Fall

Autumn presents a wonderful time for slowing down and enjoying a scenic color tour along the country roads of Ludington.

Spring

It’s springtime… the ground begins to thaw, the sun shows its face more often, and Ludington goes from white to vivid colors.

Winter

Enjoy winter activities like skiing, snowshoeing, etc. and take in all the beautiful scenery of a Ludington winter!