Upcoming Events

Lunch and Learn Apr 16th Join us for our first Lunch & Learn with Cornerstone Alliance. Margaret Adams, Manager of the Women’s Business Center at Cornerstone Alliance

Easter Egg Hunt at Oselka Park Apr 19th Hunt eggs and visit the Easter Bunny. For ages 1-12 years old. Every child will get a take home basket. Hunt for the Golden Egg and special prizes. Refreshments

Easter Brunch Apr 20th Come and enjoy Easter in Harbor Country. Several area restaurants are offering a wonderful meal to celebrate the season. Offerings include dine in or order

Ad Fest & Feast Apr 25th Art Attack is excited to bring back one of the most fun-filled evenings of Art Attack weekend. Direct from the New York Festival of International Commercials, “Ad

Art Attack 2014 Apr 25th - Apr 27th Join the excitement of one of the Midwest's most eclectic interactive celebrations of 'All that is Art." Area galleries, inns, antique

Lunch & Learn: Warren Woods Eco Station May 2nd Lunch & Learn with Michael Klinger, Builder/Consultant for Energy Wise Homes, Inc. Be one of the first to learn about the new Warren Woods Ecology

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Harbor Country

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Welcome to Harbor Country!

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From the glistening white sands of Lake Michigan’s beaches to the lush, beautiful countryside, Harbor Country combines the best of two worlds. Rustic country charm coupled with highly sophisticated shops, lodging, restaurants and galleries. Fun, relaxation and discovery to be enjoyed year around.

Officially, the term Harbor Country is a trademarked designation for the southwesterly portion of Berrien County, Michigan. Unofficially, it is a land sprinkled with charming hamlets, long stretches of beach, and friendly people. Harbor Country proper includes Michiana, Grand Beach, New Buffalo, Union Pier, Lakeside, Harbert, Sawyer and Three Oaks. Beginning at the Michigan state line, these tightly knit, yet individual, communities encompass a stretch of about 15 miles north along Lake Michigan and 6 miles inland.