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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Sunday, August 14th Events
Wednesday, August 17th Events
Thursday, August 18th Events

Friday, August 19th Events
Saturday, August 20th Events
Sunday, August 21st Events

 

 

2016 Updates are here!

Attention Local Groups & Organizations:

Want your event listed on this site and in the Blueberry Festival magazine schedule of events?  Contact us with your information.  Advertising deadline for the 45th annual festival is July 1st, 2016.  Don't let your fundraiser be overlooked this year.

 
SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 2016
 
8am-3pm

Golf Scramble Returns for a 7th Year!

7th Annual Golf Scramble at Briar Ridge Golf Course.  Late registration 8 a.m.; Shotgun start 9 a.m.; Coney dogs & chips at the turn; catered chicken & rib dinner, auction, raffle & prizes immediately following 

 
SUNDAY, AUGUST 14, 2016
8am-4pm 8th Annual Montrose Blueberry Festival "Kick-Off" Car Show.  Lion's Park, 204 Park St. across from Carter Elementary School. Bounce house for the kids, craft & flea market vendors, and Shriners food wagon
6
8am-Finish Co-ed Softball Tournament Finals (Tournament play begins on Saturday, August13th)
3
9am-3pm Montrose Historical  & Telephone Pioneer Museum Opens
7
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 2016
6pm-7pm Late Registration for 19th Annual Baby and Kids Contest, Montrose Community Schools Auditorium
1
7:15pm 19th Annual Baby and Kids Contest, Montrose Community Schools Auditorium.  Ages Newborn-14 Years old
1
9pm-12am Teen Dance under the Big Top for teens age 13-19.  Dance to the sounds of "DJ Rob Mata". Cover charge $5; water and soft drinks available
5
THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 2016
2pm-9pm Early Set-up for Shiabruck Medieval Village
8
5pm-9pm Early Set-up for Flea Market
9
5pm-9:00pm Wine & Cheese and Craft Beer tasting at the Entertainment Tent, sponsored by Riverside Market, Great Lakes Wine & Spirits, and Fabiano Brothers.  Gate opens at 4:30 p.m. Must be 21 to enter. ***4th Year***
5
9pm-12am Movie Night, sponsored by MediLodge of Montrose and AMD Urgent Care at High School Football field.  Donations accepted for this FREE event ***4th Year***
2
FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 2016
9:30am-8pm Montrose Historical  & Telephone Pioneer Museum Opens
7
11am-6pm Entertainment Tent opens - Karaoke all day long
5
12pm-7pm Blueberry Store Opens near Entertainment Tent
5
12pm-7pm Arts & Crafts / Home Show at Carter Elementary.
9
12pm-8pm Michigan Vietnam Veteran Traveling Memorial open
5
12pm-9pm Flea Market Opens - Over 100 vendors
5
12pm-9pm Food Booths open, Boy Scout booth open
5
12pm-9pm Shiabruck Medieval Village and Renaissance Faire, Jousting, Strolling Musicians, Wandering Magicians, and more
8
1pm-Close ***CARNIVAL*** Returning Schmidt Amusements Carnival & Midway, Hickory Street entrance behind Carter Elementary. $16 Wristband - Ride all day!
6
4pm-7pm Ent.Tent Food - Elf Khurafeh Shriners Pig Roast
5
5:45pm Men’s/Women’s Slo-Pitch Softball
3
6pm 25th Annual Kid’s Parade (High School circle drive).  Theme: "Honoring Our Heroes "
4
6pm-9pm Blueberry Horseshoes – Qualifying Rounds 
10
6:45pm Blueberry Pie-Eating Contest (High School football field)
2
8pm-2am ENTERTAINMENT TENT opens in City Park; DJ Joe Crimi, live music (band announcement coming soon) from 9:00 p.m. ‘til 1:30 a.m. (COVER CHARGE)  Must have photo I.D.  No one under 21 admitted 
5
SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 2016
8am-1pm Blueberry Pancake & Sausage Breakfast, Kuehn-Haven Middle School ($7 All ages; Kids 5 & under eat FREE)
1
8am-1pm Blueberry Pie & Baked Goods Sale - Fundraiser at Pancake Breakfast
1
8:30am-On Men’s & Women’s SLO-Pitch Softball Tournaments
3
9am-Noon Blueberry Horseshoe Qualifying Rounds 
10
9am-Noon Child ID Program at Masonic Lodge
11
9am-7pm Blueberry Store Opens near Entertainment Tent
5
9am-7pm Blueberry Arts & Crafts / Home Show at Carter Elementary
9
9am-8pm Michigan Vietnam Veteran Traveling Memorial in City Park
5
9am-9pm Blueberry Festival Flea Market continues in City Park
5
9am-9pm Shiabruck Medieval Village continues
8
9am-9pm Food Booths open. Boy Scout booth open
5
9:30am-8pm Montrose Historical  & Telephone Pioneer Museum Opens  7
10am-Noon Queen's Breakfast Hosted by 2016 Blueberry Queen and Court at Kuehn-Haven
1
12pm-6pm Entertainment Tent opens-Karaoke all day long
5
12pm-close Schmidt Amusements Carnival & Midway.  Pay one price ride all day. $16 Wristband
6
1pm-finish Blueberry Horseshoes – Singles Tournament (bring your own horseshoes)
10
1pm-3pm Blueberry Super Parade featuring 100+ units including 2016 Grand Marshal, Nick Koulchar, and 2016 Blueberry Queen and Court. Starts at corner of Genesee & Hickory Street.  Theme: "Honoring Our Heroes"
2pm-7pm Mouthwatering Pig Roast dinners provided by the Elf Khurafeh Shriners at the Entertainment Tent (City Park)
5
3pm-6pm Child ID Program resumes at Masonic Lodge
11
3pm-8pm 23rd Annual Mud Event sponsored by Concerned Racers Club, 11320 N. McKinley Road. Registration 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mud flies at 3 pm. Admission: $8 Adults; $2 Children 5-10. Children Under 5 FREE
13
5pm-7pm Kid's Karaoke Contest in the Entertainment Tent; 1st, 2nd & 3rd place prizes for age groups 6-9, 10-12, 13-15, 16-17 
5
8pm-2am ENTERTAINMENT TENT opens in City Park; DJ Joe Crimi, live music with "RockStar", Detroit's premiere hair band tribute show, from 9:00 p.m. ‘til 1:30 a.m. (COVER CHARGE)  Must have photo I.D.  No one under 21 admitted 
5
SUNDAY, AUGUST 21, 2016
6:30am Late Registration for Blueberry 5K & 8K Road Race Run/Walk at Bob Hayes Athletic Complex       
4
6:30-Noon Road Race Expo opens at Bob Hayes Athletic Complex    
4
7:15am Blueberry 8K Handcycles & Wheelchair racers start: Bob Hayes Athletic Complex 4
7:30am Blueberry 8K Runners take off; 8K walkers with a delayed start; Bob Hayes Athletic Complex    
4
7:45am Blueberry 5K Runners take off; 5K walkers with a delayed start; Bob Hayes Athletic Complex    
4
8am-1pm Blueberry Pancake & Sausage Breakfast, Middle School; ($7 All ages; Kids 5 & under eat FREE)
1
8am-1pm Blueberry Pie & Baked Goods Sale - Fundraiser at Pancake Breakfast
1
8am-On Men’s & Women’s SLO-Pitch Softball Tournaments - Championship Finals set for late afternoon
3
9am-4pm Montrose Historical  & Telephone Pioneer Museum Opens  7
9am-5pm Food Booths open, Boy Scout booth open
5
9am-5pm Michigan Vietnam Veteran Traveling Memorial in City Park
5
9am-5pm Arts & Crafts/ Home Show continues at Carter Elementary
9
9am-5pm Flea Market continues, City Park
5
9am-5pm Blueberry Store opens
5
9am-5pm Shiabruck Medieval Village Continues
8
10am-11 am Montrose Blueberry Road Race Awards Ceremony at Hill-McCloy HS
4
10am-Noon Blueberry Horseshoes Doubles Tourney – Qualifying
10
11am-Noon Kid's Fun Run at High School football field
2
12pm-On ENTERTAINMENT TENT Opens. NO COVER CHARGE, Scrumptious Pig Roast dinners provided by Elf Khurafeh Shriners.  Karaoke with "DJ Joe Crimi ",  Auctions, Raffles and 50-50 all day long!  Adult Karaoke contest warm-up (12pm-2 pm)
5
12pm-6pm Schmidt Amusements Carnival and Midway, wristband price $16, ride all day
6
1pm-finish Blueberry Horseshoes-Doubles Tournament (bring your own partner)
10
2pm-6pm Karaoke Contest, adults 18 and over competing for 1st place-$250, 2nd place-$125, 3rd place-$75, 4th place-$50
5
 
Schedule Subject to Change without notice

1: Pancake Breakfasts, Queen's Brunch, 

    Blueberry Baby & Kid's Contest, Blueberry

    Pie sale
2: Blueberry Pie Eating Contest, Movie

    Night, Kid's Fun Run, Road Race Expo,

    5K & 8K Road Race Run & Walk, 8k Hand-

    cycle & Wheelchair Race

3: Blueberry Ball Diamonds, Softball 

    Tourney

4: Kid's Parade Start & Finish

5: Car Show (Aug. 14th) Entertainment Tent, 

    Flea Market, Food Concessions, Shriners  

    Pig Roast, Karaoke Contests, Teen Dance,

    Canine Competition, Wine, Cheese & Beer

    Tasting, Blueberry Store, Michigan Vietnam

    Veteran Traveling Memorial     


6: Schmidt Amusements Carnival &

    midway

7: Montrose Historical Museum, Blueberry

    Festival Office, Lost & Found office

8: Shiabruck Renaissance Medieval

    Village, Camping
9: Playscape, Arts & Crafts and Home Show,

    Camping

10:Horseshoe Tourney
11:Senior Center, Masonic Lodge
12:Additional Camping
13:Mud Bog, McKinley Rd, 1/2 mile S. of M-57.

14:Montrose Orchards
15:Additional Camping, Access to parking                

 P: Parking

 

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