The 55th Annual Marshall Historic Home Tour, the Station 66 Tractor Show and Harvest Festival and Swinging at the Shell are all happening this weekend,  September 8th and 9th.
The 55th Annual Marshall Historic Home Tour , the Midwest's longest-running home tour is one of the most popular in the Midwest. Marshall’s proud legacy of preservation is highlighted with a tour of six homes, a church and a business each showing off the 19th century charm and architecture.  Eight private homes representing a variety of architectural styles and seven museums are featured.    "Art at the Museum", a judged fine arts and crafts fair happens on the Honolulu House Museum grounds   They'll also have a Civil War encampment at the Capitol Hill School and a  Civil War Ball in front of the Honolulu House on Saturday evening.  Free parking downtown and at Capitol Hill School and Free shuttle buses.  Food venues at local churches.  Find out more here.

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8;

10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 9

Cost: $25 thereafter. Tickets are valid for BOTH days. Children under 12 free.
Station 66 Tractor Show and Harvest Festival is Saturday September 8th from 10am-4pm at Station 66.  It's a great day of antique tractors and equipment at M-66 and D Drive South.  Also, check out blacksmithing demonstrations and the art of chainsaw carving!  Check out their Facebook page for more info.

Swinging at the Shell is this Sunday September 9th at Victory Park Band Shell in Albion.  It's the final FREE concert of the season with "Lookin’ Back! ", one of the best Bob Seger tribute bands in the country.