There is so much to do during the Fall season in Alma, Michigan.
Alma is a great place to live and
Part of what makes Alma a great place to call home is all the things to do right in town and the surrounding communities.
Things To Do In Alma, Michigan
September 27: The Alma Public Library is showing “Despicable Me” at 4 pm.
If you have a toddler you can check out Storytime at the Library. Storytime will meet every Tuesday at 10am starting October 15.
On October 25 there will be a screening of “Monster House” at 4 pm.
The library is located at:
500 E Superior Street
Alma, Michigan 48801
Phone: (989) 463-3966
There is a lot to do at the Mt. Pleasant Discovery Museum. On September 27 you can take part in the community event “World Wide Day of Play” from 4-7 pm.
On Tuesday mornings you can take the kids to “Music Time” at 10:15.
Thursday mornings for “Kids at Art.” The best part for parents … no clean up! Take a look at the museum description of this weekly event: “Kids need to paint but you don’t need the mess? Come to the museum each Thursday from 10:00 am-11: 00 am and enjoy the creative fun of painting and we will take care of the clean up!”
The museum is located at:
5093 E. Remus Rd.
Mt. Pleasant, MI 48858
Catch productions of “The Good Doctor” at the Strand Theater on October 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27. Friday/Saturday performances begin at 7:30 pm.
Sunday matinee performances begin at 2:30 pm.
The theatre is located at:
217 East Superior Street
Alma, Michigan 48801
Don’t miss the mid-Michigan Food Truck invitational at the Soaring Eagle Casino. Their website states, “The Mid-Michigan Food Truck Invitational at Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort will be a competitive food truck exhibition like you’ve never seen before!”
The Event begins at 12 pm. on September 28 and ends at 8 pm. This event is open to the public.
On October 5 you can catch TOTO at the Soaring Eagle Casino.
If you would like your body moving talk a stroll down the Fred Meijer Heartland Trail.
Per The Fred Meijer Heartland Trail site: “The Fred Meijer Heartland Trail is a 42 mile, paved trail that connects the cities of Alma and Greenville in rural, central Michigan. It is open to non-motorized use year-round.”
If you would like to call Alma your home make sure to contact Scotsdale Estates today!