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

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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

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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

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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

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November 2019

There is no more important thing you can do this month than vote on November 6, but there may be a few things that are more fun. Here are a dozen ideas… Nov 1-5 East Lansing Film Festival – East Lansing The East Lansing Film Festival is the longest-running non-experimental film festival in the state. The goal

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October 2019

Football games, corn mazes, cider mill visits, and leaf-peeping mark a glorious season in our state. In addition, here are a dozen unique ways to make the most of fall. Oct 1-31 The Hunt for the Reds of October – Leelanau Peninsula Our state’s plethora of white wines has become common knowledge, but many local oenophiles have

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September 2019

When the kids go back to school it feels like summer is over, but we actually have several weeks of the season left to enjoy warm weather and cool events. Here are just a few special ways to bask in the end of summer and the start of fall. September 5-10 Bright Walls – Jackson For the

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August 2019

Summer is still in full swing and there are plenty of delightful events and activities awaiting us around the state this month. August 1-3 JazzFest – Lansing The 25th annual Lansing JazzFest will take place in the streets of Old Town, amidst art galleries and unique retail stores. This year’s event will offer a range of outstanding

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July 2019

Summer has finally arrived, as has the heat. No complaints, though, it’s just good to see the sun. It also means boats, beaches, and loads of events. Here are just a dozen examples to explore around the state this month. July 9-13 Alpenfest – Gaylord This Alpine-inspired celebration honors the city's heritage and partnership with sister city,

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June 2019

Warmth is finally arriving, graduates are marching, and fests are popping up every weekend. It’s time for some summer fun. June 6-9 Bavarian Festival – Frankenmuth June means it’s time for one of Frankenmuth’s favorite weekends. Celebrate the heritage that made the town famous during this annual event. The Main Tent will be located in Zehnder park,

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