Things To Do In Port Huron


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At Pine River Stables, experienced equestrians and instructors pair guests with patient, well-trained horses for lessons or scenic rides through more than 100 acres of rustic expanse. For more than 40 years, expert instructors have been teaching horsemanship and proper riding techniques. Trails weave throughout the land, leading riders over peaceful hills and meadows and alongside a seasonal creek that migrates south every winter to become a Florida beach rivulet.
1200 Stein Road
Saint Clair,
MI
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Part of the venerable Paul Mitchell network, Michigan’s outposts of Paul Mitchell The School channel its storied doctrines of style and mane-manicuring techniques through a skilled squad of student coiffure-carvers and professional instructors. Under the close supervision of an experienced professor of pulchritude, Paul Mitchell student-stylists perform a wide array of services at their Sterling Heights and Port Huron locations, including cute cuts ($10–$14 at Sterling Heights; $7–$10 at Port Huron) and up-styles ($25–$30 at Sterling Heights; $20–$25 at Port Huron). A stylish steaming via iron work ($10–$14 at Sterling Heights) bestows locks with a luscious look while protecting domes during office dodgeball breaks. Clients can also undergo a body-pampering spa service at the Sterling Heights location, such as a facial ($6–$8), lip waxing ($6–$8), or makeup session ($8–$10) to bait more admiring looks than a baby wrapped in hundred dollar bills. Though not included with today's Groupon, high-quality products by the one-and-only Paul Mitchell are for sale to take home, providing a souvenir of your first date with your new ’do.
2950 Lapeer Rd
Port Huron,
MI
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Known for its noodle and rice dishes, China Lite and Gas Lite Lounge - South Restau serves excellent Chinese cuisine to Marysville locals. This place will leave you feeling satisfied no matter what kind of dietary needs you have. Take your pick of beer, wine, or other beverages offered on China Lite and Gas Lite Lounge - South Restau's menu. Got kids? No problem at China Lite and Gas Lite Lounge - South Restau! The restaurant is a fantastic spot for families to dine together. Cheers to the weekend! China Lite and Gas Lite Lounge - South Restau is serving up the fun! It can be a bit of a mob scene on the weekends, so don't take a chance on getting seated — best to call ahead and make a reservation. For those in a rush, the restaurant lets you take your food to go. China Lite and Gas Lite Lounge - South Restau offers outdoor bike racks for cyclists. You can eat for next to nothing at China Lite and Gas Lite Lounge - South Restau, where a typical meal will cost you less than $15. You can stop by at almost any time, since China Lite and Gas Lite Lounge - South Restau offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
3290 Gratiot Blvd
Marysville,
MI
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Each day, from eight in the morning until it gets too dark for carts to stay awake, players tee up dimpled orbs for serene rounds of golf at Deer View Golf Course. Founded in October of 1963, the nine-hole course winds over the triangle of land formed by Speaker Road to the south, a forest grove to the west, and a babbling irrigation stream that forms the hypotenuse. After rounds, players can refuel chili, drinks, and ribs at the course's restaurant and bar.
15886 Speaker Rd
Imlay City,
MI
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Menopause the Musical has painted a vivid, rib-tickling portrait of four women confronting the troubles of middle age for audiences in hundreds of cities all over the world. The show tells the story of four strangers, meeting by chance at a department-store lingerie sale, who begin to commiserate on the travails of menopause, including hot flashes, mood swings, and spontaneously breaking out in song-and-dance routines. Parodying a suite of hits from the '60s, '70s, and '80s, the musical's jaunty tunes encourage dialogue about women's health while eliciting copious chortles of recognition from guests.
701 Mcmorran Boulevard
Port Huron,
MI
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The building that houses the Port Huron Museum is a piece of history in its own right. Originally constructed by Andrew Carnegie in 1902, it served as the public library, and was slated for demolition just a few decades ago before being saved and lovingly restored by volunteers. Today it's home, not to books, but to more than 45,000 objects relating to the history of the Blue Water area, including Native American artifacts and one of Michigan's largest model ship collections. Alongside physical displays, the museum also hosts educational programs and field trips to teach visitors all about subjects as wide ranging as Mount Everest and the history of cartooning. But beyond the walls of the main building, the Port Huron Museum also includes several historic locations where visitors can step back into the region's past. These include the Huron Lightship, a floating lighthouse that was stationed at the Great Lakes in the 1900s, as well as the Thomas Edison depot, where the young inventor once published his own newspaper for the train riders.
510 Thomas Edison Parkway
Port Huron,
MI
US
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