UNDATED (WKZO) -- It was another eventful summer Saturday in Michigan, and the near perfect weather, the latest in a series this June, brought out big crowds.
Pride Fest events were held in both Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids this weekend. Both attracted large crowds. The LGBT community had more to celebrate this year with recent federal court decisions in both Michigan and Wisconsin, tossing out bans on gay marriage, subject to appeal.
In South Haven the Lakeshore Film Festival is entering its final day. They were expecting larger crowds this year than last, because of the better weather.
Vicksburg celebrated its biggest annual event the Old Car Festival with a day of different activities.
The oldest of them all, Battle Creek once again stage their World’s Longest Breakfast Table, serving cereal to thousands, along with other festival activities, as it has for over eight decades.
In Brooklyn, Paul Menard won the NASCAR Nationwide Ollie’s Bargain Outlet 250 at Michigan International Speedway Saturday. Sunday they will run the Quicken Loans 400 at the speedway in Jackson County.