The Petoskey area hosts a variety of events, including our favorite special events list to the left that we look forward to every year!
Local farmers and crafters fill Veterans Park in Boyne City every Wednesday and Saturday from May until October.
You will find almost anything for your table and home, handmade and homegrown.
Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce
Boyne City hosts a weekly live concert on Wednesdays throughout the summer. Join the community starting at 6:30 pm in Old City Park. The performers will be centered in the gazebo, so bring your lawn chairs and blankets.
The musical lineup can be found at www.boynechamber.com.
Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce
North Central Michigan College will offer a course on "The Chemistry of Chocolate" The course will run from July 5th - July 20th, from 9 am to 1 pm. The course will be taught by Dr. Ralph Christensen, North Central chemistry professor and will cover the history of chocolate, indredients, processing and manufacturing, as well as the chemistry behind this feel-good food.
The class will include hands-on activities, and a sampling of each student's favorite chocolate dessert. Although there is no chemistry prerequisite or math requirements for this course, individuals who desire this course must be enrolled in the college. To enroll visit www.ncmich.edu. The course may be taken for credit or as an audit for no credit.
What began 80 years ago as a simple candle-lit boat parade has grown into a week-long flurry of color and pageantry that highlights the summer season and attracts tens of thousands of visitors.
The Festival offers a wonderful variety of events geared to delight and entertain every age group. Most events take place within waterfront parks, Round Lake Harbor and Lake Charlevoix.
Charlotte Ross Lee Concerts in the Park - 2011
Zeemo the Yo-Master, yo-yo tricks (performance geared toward children)
*In case of rain performance will be at the Crooked Tree Arts Center, 461 E. Mitchell St.
There is nothing like getting outdoors and exploring all that Northern Michigan has to offer. Whether on foot, by kayak or canoe, or onboard a pontoon boat, the staff at Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council has created a series of informative tours at beautiful locations that you won't want to miss
Mullett Lake Pontoon Cruise - this leisurely cruise explores some of the issues facing this lake including shoreline development and aquatic invasive species. Tour led by Dr. Grenetta Thomassey.
(*Limit of 16 participants)
Pre-registration for all tours in required. Please call Sandy at 231.347.1181 to register for one or more tours. Tours are $20 for Watershed Council members and $25 for non-members.
Reunited to treat us to music that sounds as good today as it did when they first performed, PPL is touring and enjoying every minute of it. PPL has been playing true to its original form, and along with Poco and the Eagles, has long been considered one of country-rock's truly great bands.
Pure Prairie League is an American Country-Rock Band whose roots began in the mid to late 1960s.
Ticket office opens at noon on July 20.
For tickets visit pureprairie.tix.com.