Corunna Michigan 48817
The county seat of Shiawassee County, Michigan, is Corunna. The county population on July 1, 1999, was 72,346, an increase of 2,576 over the 1990 census.
For information on county government, contact the National Association of Counties Web site.
Additional information is available at these pages:
Other Michigan Counties nearby:
(St Johns) Clinton County
(Charlotte) Eaton County
(Flint) Genesee County
(Ithaca) Gratiot County
(Mason) Ingham County
(Ionia) Ionia County
05/23 Coming to The Corunna area
Wakarusa Bluegrass Festival Wakarusa IN June7-9 This is also a free event, and a free-will offering will also help support this event.
Cook's Calf Day Celebration Wolcottville IN June15 Enjoy a day of family fun where the food's delicious, the music's great, and the buffalo still roam. It's all at our annual Calf Day Celebration! You can hitch a free wagon ride to see and feed buffalo, learn how buffalo hair is spun, watch as smoked bison jerky is made over an open fire, interact with Native Chief Harry and bite into a tasty buffalo burger and other concession food.
Annual Manchester Chicken Broil Manchester MI July18 Adelicious chicken dinner complete with half chicken, roll with butter, fresh made cole slaw with secret local recipe, radishes, chips and beverage. Entertainment and camaraderie are provided for your enjoyment along with an antique car show.
National Baby Food Festival Freemont MI July18-21 Show is rain or shine, no lawn chairs, no coolers, no strollers, no smoking or alcohol.
Paw Paw Wine and Harvest Festival Paw Paw MI August6-8 Choose from a hole in one contest, 5k walk/run, the Grape Escape Motorcycle Ride witht he Blue Knights of Southwest Michigan, Coca-Cola Grape Stomping competition, bicycle tour or now the new Grape Escape Golf Tournament.
Coldwater Applefest Coldwater MI September15 Over 150 vendors presenting a wonderful array of arts and crafts, downtown businesses offering specials, restaurants and food vendors offering food to please every tastebud,
children's activities, and of course APPLES galore.