Events Across Michigan
Michigan has much to celebrate.
Fortunately for visitors, we have no problem tooting our own horn, and not just at our vintage car festivals.
In addition to cherry red Ford Mustangs, we’re home to the National Cherry Festival in Traverse City.
And some of our dreamiest cruises are without wheels. Hear that romantic signal sound as your ship comes into port. Sail along snow-covered slopes as sleigh bells ring. Delight in the echoes of your own cries as they wash into a thrilling whitewater rafting adventure.
Oh, and honk twice if a fudge festival sounds like it would hit the spot.
The Great Lakes State boasts baskets of farm-fresh goodness, bevies of cool bands and music festivals and enough maritime heritage to power a fleet of boating bashes.
You don’t need to listen carefully to catch the sound of Michigan having fun. We’re not quiet about it. Let us show you how to join the merriment.
Pastimes in Times Past
Even in the Great Lakes wilderness, the historic residents of Michilimackinac knew how to have a good time. As you explore the fort, stop and try your hand at games of skill and chance, sing a song, take tea with the neighbors, enjoy the latest news from London, or learn an 18th century dance.
2017 Michigan Paranormal Convention
The 8th Annual Michigan Paranormal Convention will bring the biggest names in the paranormal industry to Sault Ste. Marie, MI (Michigan’s Oldest City). On August 24th through the 26th at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan’s Kewadin Casinos DreamMakers Theater, experts and television stars will be on hand to cover such topics as paranormal investigating, psychic powers, demonology, and UFOlogy. Attendees will be able to meet some of their favorite television paranormal investigators. Not recommended for children under the age of 12. Come see the biggest names speak on today’s hottest topic….the paranormal!