What to Do in Greater Flint June 29-July 1


Fri. June 29

Burgers & Brews

Buckham Alley, Downtown

Sample tasty burgers made by local restaurants while enjoying a brew and live music. Then, vote on celebrity burger creations to name the best burger in Flint!



Movies Under the Stars – “The Little Rascals”

Flint City Hall, Back Lawn, 1101 Saginaw St., Flint

Communities First, Inc.’s Culture Shock program presents the 2018 Movies Under the Stars summer film series. The free, family event is held on the back lawn behind Flint City Hall. The pre-party starts at 7:30pm and the movie begins at dusk. There will be a dance party, lawn games, bounce house and tons of family fun! Movie snacks such as popcorn, candy and water will be provided. There will also be prize drawings for T-shirts and gift cards.



Sat. June 30

International Mud Day

Bluebell Beach, 5500 Bray Rd., Flint

What do you get when you mix 30 yards of dirt with 7,000 gallons of water? Mud, glorious MUD! Wear something old, bring a towel and come prepared to slip, slide and wallow in a mud pit. Recommended for all ages and admission is free!


Saturday Night After-Hours Concert: Punk Rock Night

Flint Public Library/Main Branch, 1026 E. Kearsley St., Flint

Listen to sets from some of the most exciting, upcoming local and national touring bands as they sing their hearts out over live guitars, drums and bass. Recommended for families of all ages.



Auto City Speedway presents Maximum Destruction – Night of Fire

Auto City Speedway. 10205 N. Saginaw St., Clio

Experience a fast-paced, fun-filled family night at the tracks featuring monster truck rides and a fireworks display. Children under 12 get in free. Wear red, white and blue and receive $2 off general admission.



Sun. July 1

For-Mar Nature Preserve: Nature Mindfulness & Meditation

For-Mar Nature Preserve, 2142 N. Genesee Rd., Burton

Relax with nature and learn useful, everyday stress relieving techniques with mindfulness and meditation master, Todd Robinson. Bring something comfortable to sit on and dress for the weather. Recommended for families of all ages.



Comments are closed.