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Here are JUST A FEW Featured Events:

August 30-September 2, 2019
73rd Annual Michigan Bean Festival
Fairgrove, Michigan
Among the activities are the Harvest Pot Luck, entertainment, bingo, Bean Creation contest, crafts, car show, and fireworks. Be sure to stop by the Lions Club tent for some bean soup!
 

September 6-8, 2019
68th Annual Posen Potato Festival
Posen, Michigan
Polish immigrants who settled in the town of Posen, in the US state of Michigan, brought with them their national passion for potatoes, which grow well in the area's deep, sandy soils. The end of the harvest season is celebrated at the Posen potato festival which features free concerts, children's entertainment, a potato cooking contest and selection of the Miss Posen beauty queen.
 

September 28, 2019
Flushing Harvest Festival
Flushing, Michigan
Our autumn extravaganza showcases all that is fall in Michigan. Main Street is lined with homemade scarecrows created by community members and businesses. Prizes will be awarded to the top three scarecrows. Other activities include, apple pie baking contest, pie eating contest, chalk art contest, beard contest, and chili cook off, along with local entertainment, dance shows, pumpkin painting, arts/crafts, and more!
 

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