- The first cruise ship of the season arrived in Muskegon Thursday.
It's a 325 foot luxury cruise ship called the Pearl Mist, and it's docked in Muskegon Port.
The public is invited to come down to heritage landing to check it out until 7 p.m. Thursday night.
There will be a second opportunity on Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
You can take photos, wave to passengers, and watch the ship sail off.
The ship is expected to port in Muskegon 10 times over the summer.
2. If you take vitamins or supplements, you'll want to double check the brand you have because there's a big recall that's been issued.
The company Pharmavite is recalling several nature made products for a contamination concern.
The recall includes different adult multivitamin gummies, as well as their "Super B Complex with Folic Acid" tablets.
There's a concern the vitamins could be contaminated with salmonella and staph.
If you have any of the products, return them to the store for a full refund.
3. A free concert series is kicking off for the summer Thursday night.
The City of Walker is inviting area residents to enjoy family-friendly entertainment at the new amphitheater at Walker Community Park.
Kari Lynch Band will be performing, and there will also be face painting and pizza available for purchase.
An official ribbon cutting ceremony is also happening for the new amphitheater. The concert goes from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.
4. The full field for the Meijer LPGA Classic for Simply Give is now set.
All 10 of the top 10 on the money list will be here including world number one Lydia Ko.
The tournaments previous two champions Lexi Thompson and Mirim Lee will also be competing.
Michelle Wie will also be playing. She withdrew from the event in 2014 after completing just nine holes with a hand injury and missed last year due to injuries to her hip and foot.
The tournament will be held June 14-19 at Blythefield Country Club.
5. Old cars, flashy chrome, and splashy paint will converge along with thousands of visitors to the 36th Annual Vicksburg Old Car Festival this Friday and Saturday.
The fun begins with cruise night at 6 p.m. on Friday and the festival itself runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday.
If you're not into cars, there’s the annual Vicksburg District Library book sales, Clark Park Arts and Crafts show, and live music will also be going on.