The Port Huron Museum is looking forward to a special summer event on the beaches of Lake Huron, the Blue Water SandFest Michigan’s first master sand sculpting competition. The Blue Water SandFest will host Master and Professional/Advanced Amateur sand sculptors who will over the four days, (July 4th through July 7) of the Independence day holiday, transform 130 tons of special sculpting sand into freestanding works of art. The event is hosted at the Fort Gratiot Light Station County Park, Port Huron. There will be 10 sculptures, with a patriotic theme. Amateur sand sculpting will also occur at the Light Station beach on Saturday, July 6 for anyone interested in trying their hand at sculpting sand. This is a fundraiser with – All proceeds raised from Blue Water SandFest will be used for the renovation and restoration of historic buildings on the grounds of the Fort Gratiot Light Station County Park. Admission to SandFest is $5 per person children 4 and under are free. The Museum is looking for volunteers to help on those days. Many volunteers are needed for this fabulous summer event. For more information or to volunteer, call Pat Oldham: 810-982-3932.