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Scottville Fall Celebration

September 17th, 2022

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.

Main Street in Scottville circa 1930's. | Photo Courtesy of the Mason County District Libraries.
Here is Typical Schedule for the Event:
  • Kids Activities Throughout the Day: Pumpkin Painting, Bounce House, Cooper & Sons Pedal Pull, Temporary Tattoos, Scottville Choo-Choo
  • West Michigan Old Engine Club Tractor Pull at Jabrocki Excavating on Green St.
  • Poker Run, best hand wins a kayak
  • 9-Hole Putt-Putt Course, $2 for adults and $1 for kids age 12 and under
  • Touch a Truck, check out big equipment such as a new John Deere combine, emergency equipment, construction equipment and more
  • Farmer’s Market
  • Ribbon cutting ceremony for new businesses
  • Live music downtown 
  • Special Tasting Event with Pigeon Hill Brewery at Bottle & Can
  • Cornhole tournament, $20/team
  • Brat/hot dog stand, $5 for brat/hot dog with chips and a water
  • Hourly drawings for prizes for participants in the Poker Run, Putt-Putt, and Cornhole; donated by local merchants
  • Performance by the Scottville Clown Band at the Scottville Clown Band Shell
  • During Clown Band Break: Ceremony honoring Mason County first responders including law enforcement, firefighters, and EMS personnel by the Optimist Hall

For More Information on the Scottville Fall Celebration, please contact:

Scottville Downtown Development Authority

105 Main St., Scottville, MI  49454

(231) 757-4729