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    Meijer State Games of Michigan

    State games of Michigan

    Meijer State Games of Michigan is a twice-yearly Olympic-style sporting event bringing athletes of all ages from across the state to Grand Rapids. Both the Summer and Winter Games feature lavish opening ceremonies, broad sports lineups, medal presentations and more.

    Even if you don't compete, you can still get in the Games as a volunteer!

    Meijer State Games of Michigan | June 22-24, 2018

    Information is currently being updated. Check out their website, State Games of Michigan!

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    Summer Games

    Thousands of athletes compete in dozens of sports all over the city - on courts and fields, in rivers and pools, over smooth tracks and rough trails.

    When:

    June 22-24, 2018 (main weekend)

    Where: 

    Opening Ceremonies
    Friday, June 22 at East Kentwood High School

    For the Win:

    See the Summer sports lineup and sign-up to compete! Registration information is located on each sports page.

    Winter Games

    Traditional and not-so-traditional winter sports competitions heat up area venues, indoors and out.

    When:

    February 17-19, 2017

    Where:

    Events will be taking place all over the Grand Rapids area. Be sure to check out more Event Information!

    For the Win:

    Find out more at stategamesofmichigan.com/Wintergames or register now!