Archery is on the mark, curling is on the ice, wicked plants and Kalamazoo spirits: Discover Kalamazoo tells us what's happening this weekend.

Makers Tour: A walking tour of a downtown Kalamazoo winery, brewery and distillery

Saturday, Jan 25 | 1-6 p

Downtown Kalamazoo

  • The weekly walking tour of downtown Kalamazoo breweries adds stops at Tempo Vino Winery and Kalamazoo Stillhouse
  • Tours include samples and a goody bag
  • Tickets: $45

Kevin Martin Curling Academy benefiting the Lupus Research Foundation 

Saturday, Jan 25 | 10a- 12p & 2-4p

Sunday, Jan 26 | 10a- 2p

Wings Event Center

  • Canadian Kevin Martin is a world-renowed skip, a member of the World Curling Hall of Fame and tow-time Olympic medal winner
  • Ramp up your skills on the ice with Kevin's secrets to the game. On-ice academies on Saturday and a strategy session on Sunday
  • Tickets: $50- 200 packages available benefiting lupus research

Traditional Archery Expo

Friday, 12-6 | Saturday,  9-6 | Sunday 9-2

Kalamazoo County Expo Center

  • Top traditional bowyers, dealers and traditional craftsmen
  • Bow demos
  • Seminars
  • Workshops
  • Kids' shooting area
  • Broadhead displays

Wild Plants; The Exhibit

Opening Saturday, January 25

Kalamazoo Valley Museum

  • Based on author Amy Stewart's bestseller Wicked Plants
  • Explore a creepy Victorian home and experience interactive displays about the world's most villainous plants
  • History, medicine and botany are brought together to entertain about the health effects of plants on the human body and some of Mother Nature's evildoers in the plan world.

Event info provided by Greg Ayres of Discover Kalamazoo, where they have many more ideas on fun things to do in Kalamazoo 365 days a year.

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