Three Oaks 150 – 10 Weeks Starting July 7, 2017
This summer the Village of Three Oaks is celebrating it's 150th birthday. Visit ThreeOaksVillage.org or Facebook at ThreeOaks150 to see the full schedule of events. Then make plans to come celebrate with us!
The Village of Three Oaks is located in the southwest corner of Michigan, just 5 miles from the shores of Lake Michigan. The Village was settled by Henry Chamberlain inn 1850 and incorporated in 1867. Three Oaks hosts the largest Flag Day Celebration in the country in June and was the site of the movie Prancer and home to the Warren Featherbone Factory. The site currently houses the Acorn Theatre and the Journeyman Distillery. The Village is the smallest town in the country with a Poet Laureate.
Come listen to music in beautiful Dewey Cannon Park. Saturdays at 6:30P.M. from Flag Day through Labor Day. Music in the Park is a FREE concert series featuring a variety of artists playing rock, jazz, folk, classical music (and even some Shakespeare).
We've got another season of great artists and performers this summer including: the Southshore Concert Band, Delilah DeWylde, The Blue Water Ramblers,The Andrew Fisher Quartet, Three for the Road + Friends, Archtop Brownie, Ben Benedict, Acorn's 2016 Singer/Songwriter Winners, Notre Dame Shakespeare Festival: Twelfth Night, The Bergamot, The North American Brass Company, The Southwestern Michigan College, and Columbia College's ChicagoVox
Click here to see the full schedule.