The South Haven South Pierhead Light is a lighthouse in Michigan, at the entrance to the Black River on Lake Michigan. The station was bulit in 1872, and is still operational. The tower is a shortened version of the Muskegon South Pierhead Light, and replaced an 1872 wooden tower. The catwalk is original and still links the tower to shore. The catwalk is one of only four that survive in the State of Michigan today.
|Ice Breaker||Late Jan||Downtown South Haven|
|Community Expo & Job Fair- Cancelled due to COVID-19||Late Apr||Baseline Middle School|
|Kruisin for Kylie||Early Jun||Downtown South Haven|
|HarborFest - Cancelled due to COVID-19||Mid Jun||Downtown South Haven|
|Casco's Ultimate Mud Challenge||Early Aug||Lake Arvesta Farms LLC|
|Blueberry Festival||Early Aug||Hurton St. Pavilion|
|Blueberry Festival Craft Fair||Early Aug||Stanley Johnston Park|