|Location:||South East Michigan|
|Average Snowfall:||40 - 60 inches||Fall Color Season:||Middle October|
Albion offers the finest of liberal arts educations, enabling students to understand the interconnected nature of knowledge and of life, while preparing them for rewarding and fulfilling careers and lives of meaning and purpose.
It's a family fun day and admission is FREE. Events include fresh produce booths, craft booths, antiques booths, food, kid's activities, entertainment, agricultural exhibits, horse drawn wagon rides, small carnival rides, petting zoo, "olde tyme" kid's games, sawmill demo, horse pulling competition, wood carving & wood burning, wool spinning, live music and much more...
Festival dedicated to Artists and Sand Crane Lovers alike. This festival is sponsored by the Michigan Audubon Society's First Sanctuary and is held in October.
The Festival is named after the forks of the Kalamazoo River's east and south branches. When Albion was first settled in 1835 at this river site, it was known as the "Forks." Always the third (3rd) weekend in September. The Festival has been celebrated each year since 1966. Downtown Albion, Michigan and the beautiful parks flanking the banks of the Kalamazoo River.
The six-week holiday-lighting extravaganza in greater Battle Creek, Michigan, features over one million sparkling lights, special events, lighting displays, and entertainment.
Albion, Athens Township, Battle Creek, Bedford Township, Burlington Township, Ceresco, Clarence Township, Clarendon Township, Convis Township, East Leroy, Eckford Township, Emmett Township, Fredonia Township, Homer Township, Lee Township, Leroy Township, Marengo Township, Marshall, Newton Township, Pennfield Township, Sheridan Township, Springfield, Tekonsha Township, Union City (part)