Immaculate Conception Catholic School’s free showing of The Polar Express (2004) at the Riviera Theatre in downtown Three Rivers drew over 580 people Sunday. The annual event aims to fight hunger in St. Joseph County by asking attendees to bring a donation of canned goods or non-perishable food items.
Downtown Three Rivers was full of holiday spirit this weekend with its annual Christmas Around Town event. If you missed out on the festivities or simply want to relieve some Three Rivers holiday magic, check out our photo gallery.
Don’t miss an unforgettable night of soulful blues for a good cause as Mick Kolassa and the Endless Blues Band take the stage at the Riviera Theatre & Bar in Three Rivers on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. All proceeds will beneﬁt the Three Rivers Promise.
See the list of free activities and a map of where to find them at the first annual Fall Festival in Three Rivers on Saturday, October 28.
The shop will be offering flash tattoos and piercings from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. as a way for the community to come together and support a woman’s right to choose.
The Three Rivers Artist Guild is set to host “Paint Out the Town” in downtown Three Rivers on Saturday, July 29. A friendly, quick-draw, “plein air” competition, the event allows artists to originate, paint, complete, and frame a piece of art created outdoors in a three-hour time period in one day.
The third annual Art on Main returns to the streets of downtown Three Rivers this Saturday, July 15. Hosted by the Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority (DDA), Art on Main will run from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m., and will feature 21 participating artists, three live musicians, shopping, and a social district.
A crowdfunding campaign to help fund a dog park in downtown Three Rivers is winding down, and with $7,075 raised, the fundraising effort is just shy of its $10,000 goal with a week remaining. If you’d like to help, read further for details.
Downtown Three Rivers establishment Useless Creatures Brewing Co. (41 N. Main St.) is seeking approval from the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) to provide outdoor seating on the sidewalk in front of their location. Three Rivers commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to contribute a letter of support for the brewery’s MDOT application.
The annual summertime celebration Sturgis Fest will return this week with a five-day festival themed “Game Week.” Events planned for the week include free amusement park rides, Bike Night, a classic car cruise-in, Hispanic Heritage Celebration, and fireworks.
The 66th Annual Water Festival kicked off in Three Rivers with its parade Thursday evening, a well-loved tradition that brings crowds to line the roads, wave at the floats as they pass by, and collect candy. Check out our gallery of Thursday’s parade.
The Three Rivers City Commission Tuesday adopted a resolution to apply for the Michigan Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for its Public Gathering Spaces Initiative (PGSI) to help pay for a downtown outdoor amphitheater on the Portage River. The city is requesting $1,953,445 in CDBG funds along with local funds from the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) budget in the amount of $195,344.50.
The Three Rivers City Commission Tuesday voted unanimously to apply for a grant to help pay for a downtown outdoor amphitheater on the Portage River.
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.
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.
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.