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125 reasons to visit Mackinac in 2020

While there’s hardly ever a reason not to visit Mackinac Island and the beautiful area that surrounds it, 2020 presents a particularly magical opportunity. Mackinac State Historic Parks is turning 125 this year and, as such, its team has created 125 days of events throughout the 2020 season, spread across its family of sites and parks. Many

125 reasons to visit Mackinac in 20202020-03-04T13:35:35-05:00

March 2020

Butterflies emerging, crocuses popping out, NCAA basketball madness, what’s not to love about March? Here are a dozen events that will make your month even better. March 1-8 Downtown Marquette Restaurant Week – Marquette Celebrate the local flavors of Downtown Marquette’s dining scene during the seventh annual Downtown Marquette Restaurant Week, March 1 – 8, 2020. Participating

March 20202020-03-04T17:24:03-05:00

10 places in Michigan everyone should visit at least once

There’s a new decade upon us, which presents an opportunity for some fairly lofty travel goals. What could we do and where could we go with a whole decade to make it happen? Here are ten uniquely Michigan ideas that are so spectacular, they should be on any traveler’s bucket list. Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore Stretching for

10 places in Michigan everyone should visit at least once2020-03-05T08:44:38-05:00

February 2020

There’s an extra day for fun this month, as we celebrate a Leap Year. Why not take some extra time to enjoy what February has to offer? Here are 12 of our favorite opportunities for R&R this month. February 1 Treetops Annual Wine & Beer Festival – Gaylord Perhaps the only thing more relaxing than spending an

February 20202020-03-04T16:31:43-05:00


I have lived in Dearborn for 30 years and it’s hard to imagine anyone who hasn’t been to Dearborn!  But maybe you visited once, and only went to one or two of our famous places, like Greenfield Village. How about coming for a visit and packing in a few days of fun and food? We promise you


5 places to go if you’re missing Detroit’s auto show

For more than three decades, January has meant a return of the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) to Detroit. This year, the event is moving to June 13-20, and will take advantage of warmer weather to expand outside of the TCF Center, formerly Cobo Hall, to the streets of the Motor City. While the change presents

5 places to go if you’re missing Detroit’s auto show2020-03-04T13:52:50-05:00

January 2020

The North American International Auto Show is moving to the summer, which means many people will be in search of some new ways to spend their January in Michigan. Here are our 12 picks for winter fun this month. January 4-6 and 11-13 Michigan International Speedway Backyard Hockey Tournament – Brooklyn Michigan International Speedway has created a unique experience

January 20202020-03-03T13:56:43-05:00

Planning the perfect Northern Michigan girls getaway

Stock up on snacks, pick a meeting place, fill the tank, and hit the road. There are few things I enjoy more than a road trip, especially when it involves some of my favorite people. Such was the case recently, when my high school friends and I headed up north for a long overdue winetasting weekend. Winter

Planning the perfect Northern Michigan girls getaway2020-03-04T13:48:45-05:00

December 2019

December is all about festivities. Here are a few to put you in the holiday spirit or start 2020 off on a magical note. Dec 1-31 Premium Pour – Leelanau Peninsula Toast the year’s most festive season along the Leelanau Peninsula. During the month of December, guests may taste a wide selection of the best wines being

December 20192019-12-15T15:15:39-05:00
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