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.
War of 1812 reenactors join Fort Mackinac Soldiers to created the early years of peace following the War of 1812 and the garrison of Fort Holmes. Special interpretive programs will highlight the period immediately after the war at both Fort Mackinac and Fort Holmes, during which Fort Holmes served as an active and important part of Mackinac Island's defenses.
2017 Cloverland Electric Cooperative Open House
Cloverland Electric Cooperative will host its annual hydroelectric plant open house the last Friday in June. Join us for a day of fun activities for the whole family. Self-guided tours, free hot dogs, and popcorn will be available. Tour the LSSU Aquatic Lab, as well!
2017 Sault Arts, Crafts, and Family Fun Fair
2017 will be even bigger and more fun, so plan on enjoying over 40 high-quality arts, crafts, and food vendors, and kids’ activities, from bounce houses and balloons to intriguing adventures. Count on local maple syrup items, traditional and creative handheld meals, assorted roasted nuts, and familiar hot and cold dishes. Awesome artistic media will include photography, oil paintings, charcoal drawings, hand-woven and other fabric items, furniture, glass work, bead work, and jewelry.
2017 Engineer's Day
Three events in one day! Sault Ste. Marie, MI will be a bustling place Friday, June 30, 2017. Get up close and personal with Lake Freighters this Engineer's Day. Visitors are able to walk out across the walls of the Soo Locks and explore the historic buildings from 9am-4pm at no cost. Don't forget about the Cloverland Electric Open House and the Sault Arts, Crafts, and Family Fun Fair, too!