January 2019

For those of us who choose to live in Michigan, embracing each season is part of the joy. The state is a winter wonderland come this time of year, with plenty of January events and opportunities. Here are a dozen to consider. Jan 5 Treetops Skiable Feast – Gaylord Often the only downside to enjoying a gourmet feast, is

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December 2018

Lights, entertainment, and new year's celebrations take center stage during this festive month. Here are some extra special happenings around the state. Dec 7-Dec 18 Christmas Cabaret – Augusta If you’re looking to get in the holiday spirit, a visit to The Barn Theatre is sure to do the trick. Perfect for the whole family, this heartwarming

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November 2018

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 4 All Things Detroit Holiday Edition – Detroit Already known for a wide variety of homegrown buying opportunities, this month Eastern Market is host

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October 2018

The trees are really beginning to change color, football season is heating up, and cider is flowing everywhere. Here are just a dozen unique ways to make the most of fall. October 4-9 Bright Walls – Jackson Jackson is about to take on a whole new look. Thirteen renown mural artists from around the world have been

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September 2018

School is back in session, but fun still abounds across the state as we turn our attention toward cider mills, football games, and trees bursting with color. Here are just a few special ways to enjoy the delights of September and the last whisper of summer. September 6-9 Festival of the Pines – Lake City Michigan produces

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August 2018

August heats up with the last of the great summer fests, fairs, and cruises. Here are our highlights to soak up summer fun this month. August 2-5 Rendezvous in Mackinaw-18TH Century Trade Fair – Mackinaw City Learn what trade was like in Michigan in the 1700s and 1800s through this fun and interactive experience sponsored by the

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July 2018

Boating, beaching, baseball, and of course fairs and fests galore are in full force this month. Here are just a dozen examples to explore around the state. July 5-7 Bay City Fireworks Festival – Bay City Many communities offer up some firework displays this time of year, but few do it like the folks in Bay City.

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June 2018

The weather is downright hot, graduates are marching, and fests are on the rise. June means that summer has finally arrived in Michigan, and so have a huge bevy of cool things to do. June 1-3 Lyon Township International Kite Festival – New Hudson Here’s hoping for a few light breezes as kites fill the sky over

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May 2018

May is full of art, music, flowers, and opportunities to salute our brave troops, past and present. May 4 Downtown Art Walk – Tecumseh This is a lovely time of year for an evening stroll, and you can hardly find a sweeter town in which to take one than Tecumseh. From 6-9PM on May 4, the experience

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April 2018

Maple running in trees and fools running in the streets are just two of the ways Michigan comes to life after a sleepy winter this spring. Here are some of April’s highlights. April 5-7 Grand Rapids Film Festival – Grand Rapids Unlike some other film fests, this event focuses equal attention on providing educational opportunities for members

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March 2018

She seems to be coming in line a lion, but we’re all looking forward to her going out like a lamb. Regardless of weather, March always brings some tremendous opportunities for revelry. March 5-10 KBS Week – Grand Rapids AND Detroit One of the best known and adored brews in Michigan, hits the market in March. Founders’ Kentucky

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February 2018

The arrival of February makes us realize spring will eventually come, but not until we have some more winter fun. Feb 1-28 The Science Behind Pixar – Dearborn The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation takes guests behind the animated curtains of Pixar this month. This interactive exhibition showcases the science, technology, engineering, and math concepts used

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January 2018

It may be chilly, but our state is also a winter wonderland come this time of year. Get out and explore, or at least eat and drink, depending on your style. Here are some cool, or downright cold ways to enjoy Michigan in January. Jan 13-21 Beer Week – Kalamazoo KBW is back! When the hometown of Bell’s

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