How to attend Michigan's "March4Trump" rallies this weekend

Trump Supporters gather around country
How to attend Michigan's "March4Trump" rallies this weekend
Posted at 1:25 PM, Mar 01, 2017
and last updated 2017-03-01 14:33:56-05

Donald Trump’s supporters plan to show the president some love this weekend with nationwide rallies called “March4Trump.”

Several rallies are planned in Michigan on Saturday, including Macomb County. The largest rally will be at the Capitol in Lansing, and will feature guest speakers and elected officials.

Grassroots organizer and volunteer co-chair for Trump’s election campaign in Oakland County, Meshawn Maddock said long-before Trump won Michigan, his supporters were organized.

“Michigan had a head-start on the country because our people participated in flash mobs during the campaign. They already had signs in their garages -- They just had to pull them out, dust them off and are ready to go,” said Maddock.

Organizers are encouraging attendees to bring signs, American flags and kids. These rallies are billed as family-friendly events.

Here’s your guide to “March4Trump” events in Michigan.

Macomb County
Freedom Hill County Park
14900 Metropolitan Parkway
Sterling Heights
Noon to 3pm
Guest speaker: 36th District State Rep. Peter J. Lucido.
Other Info.: Marchers plan to meet in the parking lot and walk 2. 5 miles.

Oakland County
The Oakland County events are described as flash mobs.

Haggerty and 8 Mile
Park at Meijer 
Noon to 2pm

Oakland County Republican Headquarters
42611 Woodward Ave.
Bloomfield Hills
Noon to 2pm

Statewide Events
Kent County
Calder Plaza, Grand Rapids 
Starts at 2pm

Ingham County
Lansing State Capitol East Lawn
Noon to 3pm

Gratiot County
M-46 and Alger Road
Park in the Motor Pool
Noon to 2pm

Antrim County
North Country Cars & Credit
518 S. Williams
Noon to 2pm

Gratiot County
M-46 and Alger Road
Noon to 2pm

Grand Traverse County
Government Center
Noon to 2pm

Emmet County
US-31 and Mitchell St. (at the hole)
Noon to 2pm

Bay City
Bay City Mall
4101 E. Wilder Rd.

Trump showed support for the movement Saturday tweeting:

For more information on local events, visit March4Trump Michigan-Detroit Facebook page.