Things To Do In Muskegon

"Menopause The Musical" at Frauenthal Theater for the Performing Arts on October 19 at 3 p.m. (Up to 38% Off)

Menopause The Musical

Frauenthal Theater for the Performing Arts

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Four women deal with menopause to the tune of parodies of well-known songs from the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s

$39 $24

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18-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Four with Cart Rental at Chase Hammond Golf Club in Muskegon (Up to 51% Off)

Chase Hammond Golf Club

Muskegon

18-hole course weaves through dense woodland and offers occasional glimpses of turkeys, eagles, foxes, and other wildlife.

$76 $39

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Eight-Hour Concealed-Pistol-License Class for One or Two at Copper Creek Shooting Academy (Up to 50% Off)

Copper Creek Shooting Academy

Muskegon Pistol & Rifle Club

An experienced instructor covers basic handgun skills and concealed-carry laws in an eight-hour class that includes a live-fire session

$199 $99

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Five-Week Learn to Skate Class for One or Two at Muskegon Lakeshore Figure Skating (Up to 50% Off)

Muskegon Lakeshore Figure Skating

Muskegon

Instructors get new students gliding on the right foot with five-week beginner ice skating programs

$62 $31

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Three Games of Bowling Including Shoes and Pop for Two, Four, or Six at Sherman Bowling Center (Up to 53% Off)

Sherman Bowling Center

Glenside

Alley with 50 synthetic lanes, an arcade, and a diner-style restaurant

$30 $16

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$29 for a Full-Day Single or Double Kayak Rental or Full-Day Canoe Rental at Putters Creek ($58 Value)

Putters Creek Mini-Golf And Go-Karts

North Muskegon

Kayaks and canoes slice through the waters of the Muskegon River, past the fun park's putt-putt course and into Lake Muskegon

$58 $29

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Carved through dense woodland, Chase Hammond Golf Club's 18-hole course showcases a scenic backdrop and a well-manicured landscape. Throughout the course, a tapestry of towering trees sways over the edges of fairways, shrinking landing zones for the tiny Scottish pilots who steer golf balls from their dimple-size cockpits. Wildlife such as deer, turkeys, eagles, and foxes occasionally emerges from the foliage to check in on players' rounds, adding character to the vibrant fringe. Before rounds, golfers and their clubs can warm up swings at the club's driving range.

2454 Putnam Rd.
Muskegon,
MI
US

Within Sherman Bowling Center, 50 synthetic lanes tempt families and league players alike to score strikes. Ensuring fun for all ages and abilities levels, the staff helps newbie bowlers connect with pins by activating bumpers, and challenges pros by hiding the pins. Between turns, guests can sip beer and refuel with a menu of burgers, quesadillas, and onion rings at the onsite restaurant, and, post game, kids can earn tickets for prizes such as footballs and mini air-hockey tables in the on-site arcade.

1531 W Sherman Blvd.
Muskegon,
MI
US

Scores of dedicated volunteers fuel the nonprofit community Muskegon Civic Theatre, which has entertained western Michigan audiences with classic and contemporary shows since 1985. The catchy melodies, energetic cast, and colorful sets of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat resuscitate the Old Testament in the historic Frauenthal Center. Musical styles ranging from country-western to calypso drive the biblical story that follows Joseph and his kaleidoscopic coat from his enslavement to his eventual inception as the dream interpreter of the Pharaoh and number-one active-wear model in Egypt.

425 W Western Ave
Muskegon,
MI
US

A nonprofit movie house, The Harbor Theater offers cinefiles a welcome reprieve from stale screen fillers by stocking its theater with rich, artistic, and fresh independent and foreign films. Sharpen subtitle-reading skills by catching an upcoming screening of The Illusionist (coming soon), an animated feature from the French filmmakers behind The Triplets of Belleville. Or brush up on American history with Made in Dageham, a period drama exploring sexual discrimination during a 1968 walkout at the Ford Dageham plant.

1937 Lakeshore Dr
Muskegon,
MI
US

The Muskegon Lumberjacks continue to mow down their United States Hockey League competition with a brand of fast and physical hockey that draws on their student athletes’ strengths and prepares them for the breakneck speeds of college or the NHL. Head Coach Kevin Patrick draws on his experience as an assistant with the University of Wisconsin’s 2006 NCAA championship team to ensure that the squad stays one skate ahead of its opponents, forcing his players to practice with their skates covered in half-dried maple syrup. The Jacks will certainly have a leg up on defense, as Minnesota Wild draftee Nick Seeler freezes oncoming forwards with frequent stick slaps and Army recruit Christian Pomarico awaits enemies in his snow-camouflage coveralls.

470 West Western Avenue
Muskegon,
MI
US

At Gonyon's Gymnastics, highly trained staff members craft a unique exercise regimen for each child, helping students foster confidence and grace as they master their desired gymnastic routine. Kids of all ages and levels first learn the fundamentals of bodily alignment while learning basic acrobatic skills. Over the weeks, students build balance, flexibility, and brawn through myriad gymnastic activities that include tumbling across floor mats, striding on balance beams, bouncing on trampolines, and feeding oats to pommel horses. The spacious gymnasium boasts colorful mats for preschool classes or more professional equipment for advanced students.

622 Chatterson Rd
Muskegon,
MI
US