Canceled As Of April 24, 2021
The Feast of the Strawberry Moon is a two-day event scheduled with activities for the entire family. Explore the history of the Native American culture, the French exploration, the English colonization and the American unification of West Michigan.
Late 1700’s Historical Reenactment of the Fur Trade Era along the shores of Lake Michigan. Living history complete with trappers, traders, military, Voyageurs, Natives, musicians and merchants.
Educational outdoor fun for the entire family. Admission at the gate is $20 Family and $7 Individual
The mission of the West Michigan Historical Alliance (WMHA) is to provide educational opportunities about the world of Europeans & Native Americans in the Great Lakes Region pre-1800’s fur trade era. WMHA is the host to the annual Feast of the Strawberry Moon Festival, a celebration of this fur trade era.