3750 Easy St.
Kalamazoo, MI 49001
Phone: (269) 388-3551
Fax: (269) 388-3555
Fondly referred to as The Mall City, K-zoo and The Zoo, the city of Kalamazoo lies in the Kalamazoo County. Settled for the first time in 1829 and incorporated in 1883, the city was renowned for its productions of mandolins, cigars, buggies and the celery plant. A number of research plants and quality educational institutions have placed Kalamazoo on the national map.
The Kellogg's Company is the supplier of favorite cereal and other quick-fix breakfast foods. Some such foods which Kellogg's popularized are toaster pastries, which are a kind instant pastry which can be heated using a toaster, cookies, frozen waffles, which can be stored and heated up later to eat, bars which have the same constituents as cereals, snacks which are fruit-flavored or vegetarian in nature. The company now sells its products in more than 180 countries. It is at this center at Battle Creek where the company found its genesis when Will Keith Kellogg and his brother John Harvey Kellogg decided to create ready-to-eat cereal.
Battle Creek, though quite small in size as a city, is replete with tourist attractions, both natural and man-made. Lakes, nature-reserves, parks, monuments, restaurants, hotels, historic buildings and more attractions are peppered across the landscape of this city. As such, the unsuspecting tourist may get quite overwhelmed and confused about what to do, where to stay, where to eat, what to see and so forth. Calhoun County Visitors Bureau is there to solve all your problems and answer all your questions with regards to tourism. Just visit the center or call them up if you have any inquiries. You can also visit their website.
Battle Creek in Michigan has the unique distinction of being nicknamed Cereal City because this is where Kelloggs was set up and headquartered. A popular airshow called Battle Creek Field of Flight Entertainment Festival and the International Festival of Lights are held here annually.
Harper Creek High School is a school under the purview of Harper Creek Community Schools, which was built along the border of Battle Creek. The school includes several computer labs, electronic lockers, overhead projectors in all rooms, a gymnasium with three basketball courts, an 850-seat auditorium and an eight-lane swimming pool. Several extra curricular activities are offered here along with mainstream and optional educational programs.
Centreville is a quaint village which lies in Michigan's St. Joseph County. Ensconced in the lap of nature, adventure sport opportunities abound for those who can revel in the forests, trails and water-bodies. Do not miss out on the dramatic Langley Covered Bridge which is a major tourist draw here.