The Petoskey area hosts a variety of events, including our favorite special events list to the left that we look forward to every year!
Get the best in local products - from flowers, vegetables and fruit, cheese, meat, dessert and more
Join local farmers as they bring their wares into downtown Petoskey every Friday throughout the summer.
The 400 block of Howard Street is closed off weekly for you to browse the wide array of vegetables, fruits, meats, cheese, honey, syrup, baked goods, plants, and so much more. You'll have to stop by to see all that is going on!
- Berg Farm
- Harwood Gold Maple Syrup
- Coveyou Scenic Farm
- Cook Family Farms
- Indian River Winderness Honey
- Red School Farm
- Interwater Farms
- Siegrist Farm and Greenhouse
- North Wind Gardens
- Jordan Valley Bison
- Christie Grams Herbs and Perennials
- Guntzviller's Berry & Vegetable
- Friske Orchards
- Pond Hill Farms
- Farmer White's
- Blackbird Farms
- Farm Country Cheese House
- Duerksen Turkey Farm
- Lavanway Farms
- Forest View Farm
- Dhaseleer Farm
- LTbB Bell's Fishery
- Ya-Ya's Bakery
Kathy Bardins, Market Master
The community of Boyne City welcomes you to join them on Friday evenings throughout the summer for a nice evening of strolling through their streets. Live music is spread out throughout town, the merchants open their doors wide, and you have a chance to explore the great restaurants in this little Main Street Community.
Stroll the Streets are held on Fridays from June 24 through Labor Day Weekend.
Boyne Area Chamber of Commerce
The Celebrated War of 1812 Tall Ship LYNX - "America's Privateer" will be visiting Bay Harbor. The 122-foot square top sail schooner Lynx will sail into the Bay Harbor waterfront on Thursday, August 19 at noon. The 114 ton Lynx is an interpreation of a privateer or naval schooner from the War of 1812. She is fitted with period ordnance and flies pennants and flags from the 1812 era making her one of the first ships to defend our freedom.
The Privateer Lynx will be offering Educational Public Ship Tours and Educations Sailing Adventures beginning on August 25th. Climb aboard and step back in time as you relive history and feel the adventure. Join the crew and hoist the sails, steer the ship, fire the main battery of six-pounder carronades and experience first hand life aboard a traditional, square tipsail schooner. Get ready to rumble as you and your kids take part in this unique, interactive sailing adventure.
Friday - August 19th
Grand Arrival - 12 pm (*with welcome salute from ships guns)
Ship Tours - 1 pm to 5 pm (Adults - $5 and children under 12 FREE)
Saturday - August 20th to Sunday - August 28th
Ship Tours - 10 am to 1 pm (Adults - $5 and children under 12 FREE)
Sailaway - 2 pm to 4 pm (Adults - $55, Senion/Active Military - $45, Children (4-12) - $30
Ship Tours - 5 pm to 7 pm (Adults - $5 and children under 12 FREE)
Sunset Sailaway - 5 pm to 7 pm *Saturdays Only* (Adults - $55, Senior/Active Military - $45, Children(4-12) - $30
*Ship CLOSED Mondays - August 22, 29 and Tuesday August 23
The Carnival will be held August 23-28. Watch here for details.