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far away as Florida and Mexico.....
Advanced Amateurs create an environment of heavy competition
and REMARKABLE Sand Sculptures.........The big question on everyone's mind is, can one of the local Michigan sculptors take home the 2014 "Michigan State Champion"title.
2014 Competitors will be listed soon.
Click here to see the 2013 competitors.
The Amateur competition is a mixed team/solo event
intended as a venue for begriming or advanced amateurs and
is open to all levels except Masters and Professionals.
Click here to read more....and register
Is an audience-participation show in which sculptors go
head-to-head for a ten-minute competition and advance to further championship rounds based on audience applause.
Featuring live music everyday with top musicians such as:
"Bothers-in-Arms", "5th Avenue", "Whistle Stop Review", "Tommy Moutoux", "Nick Beauregard", "Keith Menzies" and many more...
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A village of vendors from around the country -offering a great
selection of food, beverages, specialty retail and arts & crafts.
Interested vendors.....click here
Time: 6:30pm to
Sponsored by: Michigan Mutual Inc.Come and meet the Master and Pro/Am Sand Sculptors
and watch a Quick Sand Competition. Tickets are limited.
You can purchase tickets at the following locations:
Beginning on Thursday June 13th, 2013
Port Huron Museum Carnegie Center
1115 6th Street - Port Huron, MI 48060
Bank of the St. Clair River in Pine Grove Park
Thomas Edison Depot Museum
Under the Blue Water Bridges on the Edison Parkway
Fort Gratiot Light Station County Park Gift Shop
2802 Omar St. - Port Huron, MI 48060
All proceeds raised from Blue Water SandFest will be used for
the renovation and restoration of historic buildings on
the grounds of the Fort Gratiot Light Station County Park.
• The Fort Gratiot Lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse in Michigan.
• It was built in 1829.
• It's light can be seen 17 miles away
• It stands on one of the busiest waterways in the world.
• It it 86 feet tall
To learn more about this historic Michigan treasure