The race begins at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, June 2 on Ojibway Island.
The pups have just left the burrow at around five weeks old.
SAGINAW, Mich. — The 2nd annual Row/Ride/Run triathlon is quickly approaching and event organizers are hoping to see a few…
The viewings are open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
The 16th annual Spring Into Service Day is bringing hundreds of students, teachers and volunteers to clean, paint and perform minor repairs in the city.
The Art & Garden Festival runs form 10 a.m. -to- 3 p.m. Wednesday, June 6.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, May 5 with a free shuttle service made available by Great Lakes Bay Financial.
The first 100 children 12 & under in Star Wars costume will receive a FREE gift! All visitors are encouraged to come in Star Wars attire/costume.
The Mid-Michigan Waste Authority is sponsoring the Celebrate Earth Day opening and the first 400 visitors can receive free admission by donating a recyclable beverage container.
SAGINAW, Mich. — The Saginaw Children’s Zoo is preparing to open for the season Saturday, April 21 with a host…
The Saginaw Children’s Zoo is opening for the season Saturday, April 21.
The new Delta campus will feature 11 class rooms, special-training rooms and basic science and computer labs.
The leadership class is anticipating the project’s completion by June.
The program takes place the third Wednesday of each month.
Cole Swindell and Bill Engvall headline the entertainment in Riverfront Saginaw this week.
Enjoy local restaurants and music, follow the Spirit as they close out the regular season, help the kids learn how to paint and more.
Live musical performances are the name of the game this week with performances up and down the Riverfront.
The YMCA of Saginaw has raised $3.6 of its $4.1 million goal that is going towards facility upgrades, including new facilities for the Boys and Girls Clubs.
The Temple Theater hosts the Dublin Irish Dance performance “Stepping Out”, while Bradley’s hosts Mardi Gras. Hockey, coffee, crafts and outhouse races are also on the schedule this week.
Get ready for Valentine’s Day with a ton of events in Riverfront Saginaw this week.
The Shocks & Saves charity hockey game has raised funds to place more than 200 Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) throughout the Great Lakes Bay Region, which have saved the lives of 11 people.
(Photo of art by Raven Barnes, Arthur Hill High School) SAGINAW, Mich. — The Saginaw Arts & Enrichment Commission announced…
Here’s a list of events going on in Riverfront Saginaw for the week beginning Monday, Jan. 29. (Photo courtesy of YMCA — 2017 chili cook-off)
Ice Blast continues on Sunday, Jan. 28 with a day devoted to kids with games and activities leading up to the Saginaw Spirit game.
People can enjoy a Children’s Day, chili cook-off, dueling pianos and more.
The SVRC Marketplace is going to turn the old Saginaw News building into a business hub with suites for corporate headquarters, vendors spaces for small businesses, a permanent home for the Farmers’ Market and more.
Riverfront Saginaw serves as a entertainment, cultural, business and education center of the Great Lakes Bay Region.