Port Huron’s McMorran Plaza preps for free fitness classes, concerts

The newly revamped million-dollar McMorran Plaza — partially fenced off during construction for more than a year — may fill up quickly with activity by the end of the month.

And much of that activity, be it exercise classes or live entertainment, is free to the public.

Nancy Winzer, Port Huron parks and recreation director, said a formal opening of the plaza is slated for 1 p.m. May 26. That event, aimed to celebrate the effort with sponsors, will serve as a launching-off point for a busy summer, she said.

Several season-long fitness and wellness programs hosted through the YMCA of the Blue Water Area begin May 31 and run six days a week on the plaza’s McLaren Main Stage. Meanwhile, weekend concert series slated for both the main stage and a beer garden begin the first weekend in June.

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