Christmas Around Town is Three Rivers’ official kickoff to the holiday season, and it’s almost here.
In the first public event to raise funds for the Three Rivers Promise, Dan’s Famous Fish Fry will be held on Friday, August 13 from 4:30 to 8 p.m. at the Three Rivers Lions Club located at 420 6th Ave.
With the help of his sister Barbara Humes, who is retired after 31 years with IAC Mendon and has been baking and catering just as long, Ralph Humes resurrected R. Stanley’s, which used to call 618 South Main Street home some 20 years ago as a dine-in and takeout spot. R. Stanley’s returned this week in the form of a pop-up diner, operating out of Venue 45 in downtown Three Rivers, making family meals to-go.
An outdoor “Main Street Commons Social District” may be coming to downtown Three Rivers soon. At a regular meeting of the Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority and Main Street Program (TRDDA) Friday, board members voted to approve recommending the district to the Three Rivers City Commission for approval. The district is a new opportunity under the Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC) to permit patrons at certain drinking establishments to consume alcoholic beverages outside.
When the Riviera Theatre Bar reopens this Wednesday, it will offer a new feature: sidewalk seating. The bar […]
The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority (TRDDA) and Main Street Program voted to cancel HarmonyFest 2020 based on uncertainty about the COVID-19 pandemic at its regular meeting Friday.
At its regular meeting Tuesday, the Three Rivers City Commission passed a resolution in favor of outdoor, café-style sidewalk seating for the Riviera Theatre Bar. The resolution will help the bar obtain a permit from the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), which oversees and regulates street and sidewalk obstructions on North Main Street. Outdoor seating will allow the bar to reopen after pandemic restrictions forced it to shut down last week.