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produceFruits and vegetables are at their delicious best right now in southwest Michigan! According to Allissa McManus who, with her husband George, owns and operates Piggot’s Farm Market and Bakery on Napier Avenue in Benton Harbor, summertime favorites are quickly coming into season as you can see in the photos of the beautiful produce from their market.

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Light on the bluff in Saint Joseph, Michigan.I love the winter in Southwestern Michigan.  Yes, it can be quite cold, but it is also exceptionally beautiful.  I possibly spend more time outside enjoying walks and taking photos in the winter than I do during the hot summer months.  

In fact, my love of the cold is partially to blame for me having not written a blog post in a while; I have just been spending too much time outside.

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The Heritage Museum and Cultural CenterFor the next couple of posts, I will be writing about museums in Southwestern Michigan.
 
The Heritage Museum and Cultural Center in Saint Joseph, Michigan is a unique gem in the community.  Museum exhibits, library, archive, gorgeous banquet facilities, and fascinating public programs and events provide various ways for guests to experience the organization.

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North Berrien Historical MuseumI have a nostalgia for the past that seems to peak in the Fall and Winter, and as a result, I find myself drawn to the North Berrien Historical Museum in Coloma.

The simple and unpretentious displays of artifacts tell the story of North Berrien Country in a direct and easy to understand way.  Exhibits located in the main building cover thousands of years of history, and focus on Native Americans, rural life, schools, community business and resorts. 

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St Joe for Kids photo Joshua NowickiSaint Joseph, Michigan is a wonderful place for children.  Museums, beaches, camps, ice cream and treats, along with a variety of additional indoor and outdoor entertainment await you during your next visit.
 
All Aboard! for public art in St. Joseph.  This year, the city of St. Joseph has organized a delightful collection of decorated planes, trains and helicopters.  Many of the sculptures invite children to climb aboard, ring a bell and imagine that they are on a fun journey.

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