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NEW BUFFALO — The Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce came full circle during its 40th anniversary year, holding a Sept. 16 “mixer” for members at the New Buffalo Railroad Museum.

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BRIDGMAN — Treasures galore were found on Sept. 10 and 11 as the Bridgman Community Garage Sale returned throughout the community. Over 40 vendors participated in the Friends of the Bridgman Library-sponsored event.

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HARBERT — The 2021 Outsiders Art Fair took place at Judith Racht Gallery in Harbert during Labor Day weekend (Feb. 3-5) both inside a former schoolhouse building and outdoors in tent where 35 booths were located. The opening-night party included a cash bar benefiting the Michiana Humane Society.

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NEW BUFFALO — New Buffalo Elementary School was named a National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education in the fall of 2020, and the honor was celebrated in person during an Aug. 31 back-to-school night.

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BERRIEN SPRINGS — Annette Donner of Three Oaks got to end her days as a Berrien County Youth Fair exhibitor on Aug. 21 by taking a “victory lap” with “Sierra” at the conclusion of equestrian gaming competitions.

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NEW BUFFALO — U.S. 12 Speed and Custom celebrated its 10th year of business on Aug. 28 with the triumphant return of the Full Throttle Throwdown Car Show and its popular Pin-up Contest.

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Michigan’s Longest Garage Sale returned to Southwest Michigan all along the U.S. 12 Heritage Trail Aug. 13-15.

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HARBERT — The first entertainment event held at “The Meadow” area taking shape in the former Little League baseball field at Harbert Community Park was an Aug. 18 screening of “Mune: The Guardian of the Moon” presented on a portable screen by The Coastline Children’s Film Festival.

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NEW BUFFALO — The New Buffalo Art Gallery, at 137 North Whittaker St., held a Grand Opening celebration complete with a Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday.

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GALIEN — Peyton Seyfred is looking forward to her first Berrien County Youth Fair, but it won’t be the first week at the fairgrounds in Berrien Springs for her mom Sara, her aunt Elise Schmaltz, or a horse named “Dolly.”

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LAKESIDE — The summer-time tradition of the Lakeside Ice Cream Social returned on Aug. 7.

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THREE OAKS — The 30th Four A’s Car Show was held July 25 at Three Oaks American Legion Post 204, and it marked the end of an era.

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LaPORTE Ind. — Williams Orchard, 9456 North 500 East, LaPorte, Ind. (just south of Three Oaks) will be opening for the 2021 fruit season on Aug. 5 by offering peaches and other market items in their orchard barn.

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NEW TROY — The Friday Night Outdoor Friends of New Troy Market at the New Troy Community Center made its debut July 23.

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THREE OAKS — The School of American Music’s second annual American Music Festival showcased 19th Century work songs, old-timey guitar blues, bluegrass, jazz and big band sounds Saturday, July 24, on the Spring Creek Stage in Dewey Cannon Park.

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NEW BUFFALO — Circle Federal Credit Union celebrated the opening its new Lending Office at 6 West Buffalo St. in New Buffalo with a July 23 open house and Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce ribbon-cutting ceremony.

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BRIDGMAN — A retirement reception for Priscilla Lee Hellenga, retiring School of American Music (SAM) Board of Directors member and the first SAM Executive Director, was held on July 22 at Lost Dunes in Bridgman.

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THREE OAKS — The coveted title of Acorn Theater Singer-Songwriter Competition winner went to Scott Hildebrand of Chicago on Friday, July 16, following a special evening of live music and audience participation.

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The River Valley Antique Power Association’s Antique Power Summer Show took pace Saturday and Sunday, July 17 and 18, at the Association grounds along Warren Woods Road. Festivitie included tractor parades, antique tractors, cars, engines and chain saws, an operating saw mill, a shingle mill…

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NEW TROY — The third New Troy Strawberry Social was held Sunday, July 11, behind the New Troy Community Center featuring good company, live music by the Down on the Dock big band from nearby New Carlisle, and strawberry shortcake provided by Classic Catering.

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UNION PIER — The population of Northern Bobwhite Quail in the wooded areas near Union Pier’s Goldberry Woods bed & breakfast/organic farm increased by 20 on June 24.

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NEW BUFFALO — The New Buffalo public beach is one of the few in this area with lifeguards on duty during the summer of 2021.

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School Bands from Bridgman, New Buffalo and River Valley finally got to perform before an audience late in the school year.

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THREE OAKS – The Three Oaks Flag Day Parade celebrated 69 years on Sunday, June 13, with a 100-plus unit extravaganza that delighted a massive crowd of onlookers with everything from flag-bearing veterans (complete with honor guards firing salutes) and crowned community royalty, the Marching…

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