Right now in Michigan we're scheduled to come off Daylight Saving Time right after Halloween on Sunday, November 1.
But what do you think of Michigan staying on Daylight Saving Time all year?
There are eleven states including Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and now Florida trying to stay on Daylight Saving Time all year, pending government approval...
LaughFest officially kicks off this weekend. It is also opening weekend for the John Ball Zoo. We also have the Women’s Expo, KISS, Fish Fries, Hockey, Pirates, and a free day at the Grand Rapids Public Museum. Also, remember to turn your clocks AHEAD one hour this weekend.
This weekend we have a lot of Sporting Events, Music, Video Games, Photographs, Holiday Gifts, an Ethnic Heritage Festival, a Healing Body, Mind & Spirit Expo, a .1K Race for Charity...and the weekend is an hour longer because of the time change! (Don’t forget to set your clocks back an hour Sunday morning!)
This is the weekend! Time to change the clocks and “fall back”.
On Sunday, November 6, 2016, at 2:00 am we officially turn the clock back one hour — back to 1:00 am — as we return to standard time instead of Daylight Saving Time. (And yes, the correct spelling is “Saving” not “Savings”. There should be no “S” on the end!)