The colorful attire and crazy antics of the Scottville Clown Band amuse people, but they also have extraordinary musical talent.
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The City of Scottville created a new event in 2021 called the Scottville Fall Celebration. The idea initially came about when the Scottville Clown Band decided to move their annual August concert to September 11th. Organizers of the Celebrating Success event, that generally occurs in June, decided to join in with the Clown Band concert to create the new event. With the addition of activities for kids and families, a new Scottville experience was born. In 2023, it was decided that the Fall Celebration would be combined with the Scottville 10 + 31 Celebration and continue to be held in September.
The city of Scottville is a small town located in the heart of Michigan’s Mason County! Read the stories below or go to the Scottville destination page.
Scottville Riverside Park, along the Pere Marquette River, has over 50 modern sites and is popular for camping and fishing.
The Annual Show of the Western Michigan Old Engine Club is held the first weekend of August at Scottville's Riverside Park.
Scottville, Michigan may be small but they do their events in a big way. This rural community knows how to have fun!
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