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1st - 31st

5th - 31st

  • The Art of the Kimono Exhibition, SCA

10th

12th

  • St. Paddy’s Party, Foundry Hall
  • Salt of the Earth Live music 8:30

13th

  • Blues Dinner w/ Tommy & the Case Blues Band, drinks & dancing 7pm, Foundry Hall
  • Diego Sings, The What Not
  • Salt of the Earth Live music 4-6pm
  • Pre-Release Barrel Tasting noon, Fenn Valley Winery
  • St. Patrick’s Day Celebration, Saugatuck Brewing Company
  • 6th Annual St. Patrick’s Day Festival and Parade  2pm
  • 8th Annual Pub Party Irish food & music, Coral Gables

14th

seaglass

16th

  • Trent Wagner & The Steel Wheels folk, bluegrass, & blues. Foundry Hall

17th

St. Patrick’s Day

18th

  • Cowboy Junkies Country & Blues 8pm, SCA

19th

  • Salt of the Earth, Live music 8:30

20th

21st

  • Pre-Release Tasting 1pm, Fenn Valley Winery
  • Joel Mabus “Americaana” 7-9pm, Salt of the Earth
  • Salt of the Earth Live music 7-9pm
  • May Pang Price winning pianist. 2pm SCA

24th

25th

  • Reel to Reel Cinema Series: The September Issue Documentary following the struggle to write Vogue’s largest magazine.7pm, SCA

26th

  • The Tillers & Who Hit John? Two old time stringbands and harmonies that croon. 7:30pm, Foundry Hall
  • Salt of he Earth, Live music 8:30

27th

28th

  • Winston Choi Award winning pianist 2pm, SCA

david the musician

David has recently taken
up the Ukulele...he needs a lot more practice!

decadent dogs

1st - 30th

1st - 26th

  • Art of Kimono Exhibition, SCA

1st

  • Talk on the Motifs of Kimono Design 7pm, SCA

2nd - 30th

  • Artists in Transition, SHCA

2nd

  • Salt of the Earth, Live music 8:30

3rd

6th

  • Fresh Art – Fresh Film – 1000 Paper Cranes 10am-noon, SCA

7th

  • Fresh Art – Fresh Film – Japanese Folklore: Fan Painting 10am-noon, SCA

9th

  • Michael Smith & Annie Hills Folk singers 7:30pm Foundry Hall
  • Salt of the Earth Live music 8:30-11pm

10th

11th

  • Ricky Hicks, The What Not
  • Salt of the Earth Live music 7-9pm

12th

  • Japanese Poetry 7pm, SCA

13th

  • Public Presentation: Antiques Road Show: Japan

14th

15th

  • Kamishibai Man Performance telling this traditional tale 7pm, SCA

16th

  • Sake Tasting Class 7-9pm SCA $40 
  • Salt of the Earth Live music 8:30-11pm

16th - 18th

  • “Always Patsy Cline”, The Red Barn (I loved the play)

17th

  • An Evening with Heywood Banks Songwriter-comic-singer-poet-musician  7pm, Foundry Hall
  • Entourage, The What Not

18th

  • Salt of the Earth Live music 7-9pm

22nd

23rd-25th

  • “Always Patsy Cline”, The Red Barn (I Loved the play)

23rd

  • Salt of the Earth Live music 8:30-11pm

24th

  • Wepecket Island Records’ Rolling Roots Revue A group artists performing solo and in combination a hot mix of old-timey, blues, ragtime and gospel music 7:30pm, Foundry Hall

25th

  • Allegan Antique Market 400 exhibitors
  • Salt of the Earth Live music 7-9pm
  • Journey of the Crane 3pm, Sarett Nature Center
  • Reel to Reel: The September Issue Inside account of what is involved in the making of the September issue of Vogue Magazine 7pm, SCA

30th

  • Jim Post, Foundry Hall
  • Salt of the Earth Live music 8:30-11pm

1st - 8th

  • Tulip Time One of the top events in North America, listed in the top 20 events internationally and is the 4th largest flower festival in the US! Holland.

1st - 2nd

  • Blue Coast Artist’s 21st Opening Weekend 11am-5pm
  • Artists in Transition, SHCA

1st

7th - 31st

  • Members’ Show The theme is “Reflection” Art Exhibit, SHCA

7th - 8th 

  • Farmers Market Opens Every Wednesday & Friday

7th

8th

9th

  • Salt of the Earth Live music 7-9pm

14th

  • Salt of the Earth Live music 8:30-11pm

15th

21st

  • Salt of the Earth Live music 8:30-11pm

22nd

29th

30th

  • Allegan Antique Market 400 exhibitors

31st

  • Memorial Day Parade, Saugatuck 9am
  • Memorial Day Parade, Douglas 10am













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Welcome to Our Town Su Casa

With a collection of authentic Mexican recipes and a dream, Edgardo Suarez and his wife Maria traveled from Mexico City and opened their first restaurant in Fennville, MI in 1986. Frequented by those of Mexican heritage as well the rest of us, the restaurant has flourished over the years. It is 9,000 square feet and always busy.

We have waited over 2 decades for Su Casa to come to South Haven and we say, "Bienvenido a Nuestro Pueblo". Edgardo’s son, Edgar, and his wife Constance opened Su Casa in South Haven late last summer.

After a winter siesta, Su Casa re-opened March 1st. David and I bundled up and walked from the inn. The first to arrive, Edgar saw our red noses, took pity and let us in early. We noticed immediately that Edgar and Constance had been busy over the winter, remodeling, painting and adding much needed seating. Everything was bright and cheery and the music was lively. David had his usual gin straight up but with twist, the gin had a hint of lime, and my sangria overflowed with crisp apples and oranges. To some, Mexican food screams for tequila, so cheers to the liquor license angel.

mexican foodGuacamole and I go way back. I grew up in Dallas, Texas eating Mexican and Tex-Mex food from the Panhandle to El Paso. A fond memory is watching the way my dad, Jo Jo, ate a tortilla. He lathered a flour (or was it corn) tortilla with butter, an excessive amount of salt and enough salsa to make his head sweat. When he and my bald Uncle Bud were in competition - the tortillas kept coming, the sweat kept pouring, and the laughter never stopped.

While we like the whole menu, guests seem to flock to the enchiladas. Everything is made from scratch, all the way down to the margarita mix. Watch out for the burritos…they are so considerable in size they are served on a platter, not a plate.

Edgar just told me they have ordered flan pans, so soon we can celebrate Mexico’s sweet tooth. I do not drink coffee, but yum to the Mexican coffee, laced with chocolate and a smattering of cinnamon. The perfect way to end your meal!

Carriage House at the Harbor
118 Woodman Street
South Haven, MI 49090
(269) 639-2161

www.CarriageHouseHarbor.com
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