TOUR the TOWN - Visit Muskegon's Creative Collections!

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TOUR the TOWN - Visit Muskegon's Creative Collections!

TOUR the TOWN - Visit Muskegon's Creative Collections

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Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

The Muskegon Arts & Culture Coalition invites the community "Visit Muskegon's Creative Collections" by touring the town and visiting as many arts and culture locations in Muskegon County as you can, in one day! This family-friendly event, opens doors to creativity, explores culture, encourages artful experiences, and introduces you to places you may have never been, right here in Muskegon County!

Each location will provide you with a unique experience! Examples of activities include enjoying live music, playing historical games, touring behind the scenes, viewing rare books, participating in an improve class, creating a take home craft, and much more! Plus, the first 50 guests to each venue will recieve a collectors pin!

See a full list of activities, locations and specific event times HERE.

Tickets are $5 and kids nine and under are free. Each ticket is valid for one admittance to all of the MACC participating locations on October 15, 2022 only. This is a $120 value. Proceeds for this event help to fund future arts and culture activities throughout Muskegon County!

More about the Muskegon Arts & Culture Coalition:

The coalition is comprised of local arts and culture leaders working together to promote and celebrate the county’s dynamic arts and culture community. Collectively, the coalition employs hundreds of residents, generates millions of dollars of annual economic activity, and acts as a catalyst for attraction and retention. MACC entities include Arts Council of White Lake Nuveen Center, Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, Frauenthal Center, Hackley Library, James Jackson Museum of African American History, Lakeshore Art Festival, Lakeshore Museum Center, Muskegon Area District Library, Muskegon Civic Theatre, Muskegon Community College, Muskegon Museum of Art, The Playhouse at White Lake, and West Michigan Symphony.