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2017 Bike 4 Breast Cancer

Bike 4 Breast Cancer Northern Michigan will ride on July 29th. The ride will start and end in East Park in Petoskey traveling 50 miles through Charlevoix, a ride on the Ironton Ferry, and thru Boyne City. There is also a 22mile and 7 mile route option. Proceeds raised through the Bike Ride fund breast […]


23rd Annual Lake Ann Homecoming

The 23rd Annual Lake Ann Homecoming will be held on July 1st. This years activities include bands, children’s events, vintage car rides, and a parade. Free Shuttle to and from downtown and the Almira Historical Museum will be available. There will also be free Parking at the church parking lot downtown and vacant lot at […]

Cherry Festival PULL JULY 5TH

2017 National Cherry Festival

The 91st National Cherry Festival will run from July 1st thru the 8th in Traverse City. Classic events like an air show, cherry pit spit contest, and cherry pie eating contests will return. This years parades will include the Heritage Parade on Tuesday, Junior Royale Parade on Thursday, and the Cherry Royale Parade on Saturday […]

Glen Lake Boat Launch

5th Annual Blessing of the Fleet

The Harbor Springs Area Historical Society invites the entire community to their Fifth Annual Blessing of the Fleet and Summer’s Launch Celebration on Wednesday, June 28th. The events kick off with the Blessing of the Fleet boat parade on the harbor beginning at 6:00 pm. The parade is open to the public and free to […]


Traverse City Walking Tours

The Traverse Area Historical Society is happy to announce encore presentations of its highly successful Downtown Traverse City and Oakwood Cemetery Historic Tours, starting in mid-June. Led by highly knowledgeable and experienced local history experts, the cost for all walking tours is only $10.00 per person. All funds raised will benefit the programs of the […]

Fortin Polka Fest

2017 Polka Festival

The 2017 Cedar Polka Fest will run from June 22nd thru the 25th. This years festival highlights include a flag raising ceremony, a parade on Saturday the 24th, a catholic polka mass on Sunday, and a 40 by 80 wooden dance floor with nightly music. Click here for a full schedule