Irish band Kennedy’s Kitchen will return to the Riviera Theatre in celebration of Three Rivers Promise’s second anniversary with a St. Patrick’s Day concert on Saturday, March 18. Adult tickets are $20, students are free, and all proceeds benefit the Three Rivers Promise.
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Los Artistas of the Great Lakes, a group of four Hispanic Battle Creek artists, celebrated the opening of their exhibit at the Three Rivers Carnegie Center for the Arts on March 12. The show will be on display for the public to visit through April 11.
Who makes the best chili in downtown Three Rivers? Judge for yourself Saturday at the Chili Cook-Off
Over a dozen businesses are bringing the heat this weekend to the Downtown Three Rivers Chili Cook-Off with proceeds from the event going toward two community projects. Hosted by the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) on Saturday, March 4, local merchants will craft their own versions of an award-winning chili recipe to be tasted and judged by the public.
Oscar-nominated short films are returning to the Riviera Theatre beginning tonight, and continuing on Fridays and Saturdays leading up to the 95th Academy Awards on March 12.
Alek and Doug are joined by Portfolio Ink owner and tattoo artist Amber Ward, and Portfolio shop manager Jillian Gardner. The quartet discuss Amber and Jillian’s respective upbringings, the interesting routes each took to the world of tattoos and piercings, how their love of art and artistic expression influences most everything they do, and their involvement in and support of Three Rivers Pride.
Alek and Doug welcome poet, community activist, voice actor, author, and Watershed Voice columnist and board member Aundrea Sayrie. The long awaited interview with one of Watershed’s founding members doesn’t disappoint as Aundrea talks the origin story of Three Rivers Open Mic, her Black History Month series on WSV and why she decided to change the format this year, her ongoing health concerns and how they have changed her outlook on life, and an upcoming book she’s written about professional voice acting.
For those in search of a unique way to celebrate Valentine’s Day this year, Tattoo Date Night hosted by Portfolio Ink in downtown Three Rivers offers an opportunity for significant others to get inked and enjoy refreshments, games, and prizes.
Artists from across southwest Michigan and northern Indiana will be participating in the annual Carnegie Center for the Arts Regional Juried Show when it opens Sunday in downtown Three Rivers.
“While it does seem unclear the direction The Kent will decide to go as far as a theme, decor, or permanent menu, it does seem obvious that it is operating under the guidance of a chef who is comfortable in the kitchen and confident in his skills. It would be a mistake to attempt to compare this new establishment to the one previous, because the Miller family is here to leave their own memorable mark on Main Street.”
The event will take place in partnership with Iron Fish, a “field-to-glass craft distillery” in northern Michigan named for the steelhead trout that swim in the region’s rivers.
The downtown block of Three Rivers was filled with shoppers, carolers, wagon rides, and more this weekend as the annual Christmas Around Town event kicked off the holiday season.
Christmas Around Town is Three Rivers’ official kickoff to the holiday season, and it’s almost here.
Watershed Voice’s resident food reviewer Beca Welty returns with a look at downtown Three Rivers’ newest addition, Useless Creatures Brewing Company.
A blue Dodge Charger struck a building in downtown Three Rivers early Saturday morning, causing substantial damage to the structure and injuries to the car’s three occupants.
Downtown Three Rivers was filled with music, laughter, and good vibes the Sunday before Labor Day, as Main Street was lined with vendors and attendees alike at the 28th annual HarmonyFest, Three Rivers’ popular one-day music festival.
The 65th Annual Three Rivers Water Festival got underway Thursday, and while food vendors, the Sue Silliman House, and the Carnival Midway were frequented by many in the hours before, the unofficial start of the annual event is often marked by the Water Festival Parade. Thursday was no different.
The Riviera Theatre is a staple of downtown Three Rivers, and so too is its longstanding tradition of screening live action, animated, and documentary Oscar Shorts. After a short hiatus due to the pandemic, the series will return tonight beginning at 6 p.m.
The cause of Three Rivers’ discolored water remains murky but it’s safe to drink, according to DPS Director
Watershed Voice reached out to Three Rivers Public Services Director Amy Roth regarding citizen concerns over the city’s drinking water, and what’s being done to address the issue.