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Northern Care Center is a free medical center for the Cheboygan community that is struggling for health care.  Please call to schedule an appointment at 231-333-3019. They are located on the corner of State and Water Street in Cheboygan.


Ongoing: GED Classes are now being held at the Inverness School every Tues, Wed, and Thur from 4-8pm. Info: Tim 231-627-5613


Ongoing: Divorce Care. Join at any time; the only fee is a $15 participant's workbook. In Petoskey: Meets Tuesdays from 6:45-8:15 pm at Genesis Office (510 Howard St., Petoskey). In Boyne City: Meets Thursdays from 6:15-7:45 pm at the Boyne City Hall's North Conference Room (319 N. Lake St.).Information online at or contact Daryl Michael (Genesis Church Life Groups Director) at 231.675.7570.


Ongoing: Raven Hill Discovery Center opens to families for free the second Saturday each month. No groups or organizations. Open noon-4 p.m. Raven Hill is located at 4737 Fuller Rd., East Jordan. (231) 536-3369 or


Saturdays…Roller Skating at the Harvest Barn Church in East Jordan  12:00 PM to 3:00 PM . We flip on the disco ball, play some new and old music hits and throw on our rollerskates. All ages are welcome. Price is $5, and that includes a rollerskate or rollerblade rental. Concession is available, and birthday parties are welcome! If you have any questions, call the church at (231) 536-2870. 


Ongoing: First Friday of every month. Join your friends and neighbors in The Village at Grand Traverse Commons, for First Fridays from 5-8pm (or later), The Village will feature art, food and drink samples, shopping, dining and salon specials, live music, demos and MORE! Info


Every Wednesday…Dance with Northwooods International Folk Dancers. $3 at Unitarian Universalist Church on Center Rd in Traverse City. Info: 231-334-4608


TFN…Openings are available in the NEMCSA Foster Grandparent and Senior Companion Volunteer Programs. Applicants must be over 55, income eligible and have reliable transportation. Info: 877-222-9043


Ongoing…The Cheboygan Parkinson Support Group meets the 3rd Tuesday of the Month at 4pm at the Cheboygan Campus of McLaren Northern Michigan, 3rd Floor Conference room. Free to attend. For more info: 231-445-1595


Every Sunday…Blissfest Jam Sessions 1-4p at the Red Sky State in Petoskey. Bring your instruments, sing along or just listen. Info:



Every Sunday… Alba Sportsman’s Club All you can eat Breakfast 7am till 11am. Pancakes, Eggs, Sausage, Ham, Hash browns, Biscuits and Gravy. $7 adults $3 Children (10 and younger) 5225 Alba Rd


Every Friday…Storytime at Kalkaska County Library 10-11am. Bring a grown-up and come to story time. There is a different theme each week with fresh new ideas. A simple craft is offered, followed by a snack. Story time for preschoolers is held every Friday at 10am (except holidays). Info: 231-258-9411


Second Thursday of every month…The Cheboygan County Great Start Parent Coalition Play Group for children birth to 5 years, will meet from 10a-11:15 at the Creation Station on Main St. There will be reading, activities, crafts and a light snack. Info: 231-625-2157


Every Saturday…”Saturday’s Child” story time for families with kids ages 3-7. Featuring songs, stories, poems, crafts and a snack. 3-4pm in the program room at Petoskey District Library. Info: 231-758-3114


Every Tuesday and Thursday it’s Fitness Over Fifty Yoga at 9am at the Fife Lake Public Library. Free. Info: 231-879-4101


Every Tuesday…Dance at Mills Community House from 6-10pm. Improvisational partner dancing. Instructional workshop 6-7p for a fee. Open dance 7-10 by donation. Info:


Third Wednesday of each month thru May 20…Bedtime Storytime at 7pm at the Cheboygan Area Public Library. All ages welcome to an evening program of songs, stories, puppets and fun! Pajamas and stuffed toys also welcome. Info: 231-627-2381


Every Wednesday – “Story Hour” @ the Bellaire Public Library at 11am.This fun, interactive program is suitable for children ages 0-5 and their caregivers. Enjoy stories, crafts and snacks with Miss Diane! More info call 231-533-8814.


4th Thursday of the month…”Skeptics at the Pub” at 5:30, Papa Lou’s in Petoskey. A get together of skeptics, rationalists and other like minded people to share ideas while having fun promoting skepticism, science and rationality. Info:


Most Friday Nights…311 Friday Night Jam! Free live music along with mini demonstrations for the healing arts like yoga, meditation and Reiki, plus inspiring stories. 7-8:30p. 311 Spiritual Wellness Center-Michigan St, Petoskey. Info: 231-838-3010


June 2-Sept 29…Every Tuesday 6-8pm Music at the Gazebo-Bellaire. Bring picnic snacks, lawn chair or blanket and enjoy live music. Donations at the door ($5-10 suggested). Info:


June 12- Sept 4th…Stroll the Streets every Friday 6-9pm downtown Boyne City. Music ranges from traditional folk, bluegrass and jazz to rock. Special activities include magicians, caricature artists, face-painters and balloon-twisters. Info:


June 12-Sept 4th…Family Dinner & Movie Night 5:20-8pm at Harbor Springs Sk8 Park.  Showing a children/teen movie night from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Participants interested in attending the event will pay $5 for pizza, pop, and a dessert. The Movie is free.


June 16- Aug 14…2015 Charlotte Ross Lee Concert in the Park series, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday at noon in Pennsylvania Park-Petoskey.   Bring your lunch and enjoy the entertainment each week.


June 18-Aug 27…Summer Concert Series Thursdays 7-9 in East Park-downtown Charlevoix. Free. Info:231-547-3257


June 24-Aug 12…Evening on River Street 6pm Elk Rapids. Free live music every Wednesday. Info:


June 25-Aug 27…Street Musique 7-9p downtown Harbor Springs. Enjoy the various sounds and melodies of local musicians while strolling the street. Info:


June 25-Sept 3…Concert on the Lawn every Thrusday at Grand Traverse Pavilions starting at 7pm. Come early and enjoy picnic concessions. A goodwill collection will be taken after each concert. In case of rain, concerts will be held a Lars Hockstad Auditorium. Info:


July 4-Sept 12…Every Saturday enjoy awesome fireworks over Moran Bay-St. Ignace. 10pm. Info:


July 19, 22-26…Great Lakes Equestrian Festival-Flintfields Horse Park. Some of the world’s best equestrian athletes for 3 weeks of first-class show jumping competition. Open to the public with free admission Wednesday – Saturday, and $5 per person admission on Sunday. Info:


July 2- Aug 27…Bayside Live! Free waterfront concert series every Thursday 7-8:30, Public Marina Park-St Igance. Info:


July 3 – Aug 28…Every Friday Night starting 6-7:30p, Friday Night at the Museums. Fort de Buade and Museum of Ojibwa Culture, St. Igance. Musical & historic presentations, crafts for kids. Info:


July 4- Sept 5…Saturday Night Live 7-10pm downtown St. Ignace. Live entertainment, vendors, fireworks! Info:


July 18-25…Venetian Festival-Charlevoix. Arts & Crafts, live music, carnival,

fireworks, lighted boat parade, street parade and more! Info:


July 18-26…AuSable River Festival-Grayling. Duck race, kids race, sprint, marathon, beer tent, cruise night, classic car show, arts & crafts and more! Info:


July 19…8th Annual Indian River Biathlon. Kayak & bike. Info:


July 19…Annual Eagles Chicken Dinner. Open to the public! 1pm to 5pm at the Indian River Eagles. Proceeds benefit the IR Eagles Ladies Auxiliary Charities, including the Heart Fund, Diabetes, Cancer, Kidney Fund, and more. Menu includes 1/2 chicken, macaroni salad, potato salad, baked beans, and corn on the cob. $12 per person. 50/50 raffles! Info: 231-330-4701


July 20…Antrim County High Tea Fundraiser 11:30 at Shanty Creek Resort-Bellaire. 11:30 – 12:30 Silent Auction/Table Decoration Viewing

12:30 Light luncheon/Program. Tickets: $50 ($35 is tax deductible). Benefits breast cancer prevention. Tickets at


July 22…Arts & Crafts Fair 10-4p at Congregational Summer Assembly-Frankfort. More than 100 artists, bake sale, food tent. Info:


July 22…KofC Spaghetti Dinner 4:30-6:30p US 27 Hwy-Cheboygan. Admission is free will donation, proceeds benefit Bishop Baraga Commitment & KofC Charities. Info: 231-627-5088


July 22, 29, Aug 5,12,19 & 26th…Indian River “Rhythm on the River” concert series. 6-8pm on the side lawn of the Indian River Area Library.


July 23… Summer Concert Series 7-8p at Festival Square-Cheboygan. Free live entertainment featuring The Darwin Project. Info:


July 23-25…Presque Isle County Fair. Carnival, Kid & Adult games, ice cream social, crafts, mud run, battle of the bands and more. Gates open at noon daily. $6 admission, 2 & under free. Info:


July 23-26…28th Annual Walloon Lake Antique Tractor Engine & Craft Show. In addition to the history, you'll find a flea market, arts, crafts and a great deal of music! Info:


July 24…Tour de Tart 4-10p. Price: $10 for kids 12 and under, $30 for adults 13 and over. Starting anytime between 4 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., riders will enjoy two food stops along the 17-mile ride, a bayside meal at the Suttons Bay Marina, local microbrews (bring cash) and then a relaxing bus ride back home. Info: 231-941-4300


July 24…23rd Annual ART Leelanau Benefit & Exhibition opening night gala 5-8p at the Old Art Building in Leland. Over 100 aftists, includes hors d’oeuvres, live music, cash bar. $25 advance/ $30 at the door. Info: 231-256-2131


July 24-26…Dunesville Music Festival – Lake Ann. Family friendly atmosphere with lots of talented Music, Arts, Crafts, great food. Info:


July 24-25…Downtown Cheboygan Music Festival 5-11p. Free admission, great live entertainment! Info:


July 24-26…Craft Show & Fiber Arts Festival – Castle Farms, Charlevoix. More than fifty vendors will be on hand, showcasing unique garments and fiber-related items, one-of-a-kind works of art, accessories, home decor pieces, foods, candles, spices, Holiday décor, jewelry and more. $6 person. 10-4p. Info:


July 25… Antrim Outdoors Fest & All American Picnic & Pie Baking Contest 7a-5p Thurston Park-Central Lake. Info:


July 25…K of C Trunk Sale 8a-2p in the parking lot across from Cross in the Woods on M-68, Indian River. Info: 231-238-8065


July 25…Water Awareness Fair Noon-5p at Alden Train Depot. Fun and educational displays and hands-on activities.  In addition, there will be music, a silent auction, and food for purchase. For more information, please visit or call 231-544-7221.


July 25…Traverse Bay Outdoor Art Fair 10a- 5pm on the lawn of NMC-Traverse City. Showcasing more than 120 artists from across the country. Featuring jewelry, sculpture, photography, glass, wood, fiber and more. Fairgoers can also enjoy live music, concessions, artist demonstrations and children's activities. Info:


July 25…Inland Seas Education Association (ISEA) in Suttons Bay will be hosting their annual Great Lakes Celebration from 10-4p. Activities will consist of live music, science experiments and crafts for kids, food, schooner tours, a helicopter demonstration, a classic boat show, a nautical flea market, and more. All ages are welcome to celebrate with their families and the ISEA staff. Info:


July 25… Desiree Herrst from Central Lake is Miss Michigan Preteen National Teenager 2015 and is headed to Nashville to compete in the National Pageant. She is trying to raise money for the trip. She has a donation page and will be holding two more fundraisers this weekend.  There is a car wash on Saturday from 11-4 at the Blue Pelican Inn in Central Lake and another one on Sunday from noon-4 at the Chain O' Lakes campground on M88 between Bellaire and Mancelona. Info: 231-384-5286.

July 25…Rivertown 5K Rainbow Run/1 Mile Walk 9am at Gordon Turner Park. $30 5K, $25 1 mile. Proceeds benefit new playground equipment for Kiwanis Park-Cheboygan. Info:


July 25-26…Bay Harbor Arts Festival. Celebrating its 16th anniversary, celebrating the talents of more than 80 of the finest local and national artists. Saturday Show Hours: 10am – 7pm Sunday Show Hours:   10am – 2pm – Info:


July 26…2nd Annual Ice Cream Social at the Mills Community House-Benzonia 1:30-4pm. $5 advance, $5.50 at the door. Also enjoy live music and face painting. Proceeds benefit Youth Services Dept. at the Benzonia Public Library. Info: 231-882-4111


July 28… Christmas in July Spaghetti Fundraiser, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., Gateway Lanes and Fred's Pub-St. Ignace. Santa will be there from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. Proceeds benefit Mackinac County Children's Toy Drive. Cost: $8 for adults, $4 for children eight and younger. Silent auction until 7:30 p.m. Info:


July 28- Aug 2…Traverse City Film Festival. Most events are held near downtown -- at the vintage State Theatre, Bijou by the Bay, the City Opera House, and the Old Town Playhouse, but there are also many free festival each night at an outdoor screen at the Open Space Park on the shore of West Grand Traverse Bay.


July 29-Aug 2…Rendezvous in Mackinaw & 18th Century Trade Fair at Conkling Heritage Park-Mackinaw City. 18th & 19th Century life in Native American, Military & Civilian Encampment.  The 18th Century Trade Fair will feature merchants & blanket traders with 18th & 19th Century crafts, clothing and accessories. There will also be Musket Firing, Cooking and other demonstrations.  Hawk and knife, archery and other competitions. Info:


July 30… Art Rapids! and the Elk Rapids Rotary will again sponsor a free concert in the Walk of Art from 7-10pm featuring David Chown (jazz pianist) and Miriam Pico (vocalist). Bring picnics, blankets and lawn chairs.  Come to enjoy the music, the Walk of Art sculpture exhibit, and a beautiful sunset over Grand Traverse Bay. Info:


July 31 – Aug 21…Friday Night Live 5:30-9 Downtown Traverse City. Jazz, art, food and fun will fill East Front. Features a full slate of music, entertainment, food, demonstrations and family activities along the 100 and 200 blocks of East Front Street. Info:


July 31 – Aug 1…The History Center of Cheboygan County Yard Sale from 9a-4pm at the Cheboygan County Fairgrounds. Along with an extensive comic book collection, they also have a new gas grill, a new Eden Pure Heater, books, clothing, furniture and much, much more! Info: 231-627-9597


July 31-Aug 1…Mackinaw Area Historical Festival at Historical Village-Mackinaw City. The event will feature: Fun, Food, Music, Vintage Baseball, Children's games, and Tours (including a one room School House, the Pestilence or Quarantine House, the Mennonite Farm House, the Sawmill and the Historic Church}.  The days' events are highlighted with: Live Displays, Wagon Rides, 1870's music, Square Dancing, Maypole dance, Quilters, Soap making & many other activities.  The day is FAMILY oriented with something for all ages.  No pets please.  For more information please Contact us at:


July 31- Aug 1…3rd Annual Alpena Bike Fest. A fun filled weekend of Camping, Biker Games, Bands, Vendors, Bonfire, and a Beer Tent.. Benefits the Friendship Room (Alpena Soup Kitchen) and Toy’s for Kids this year. No need to have a bike to come out and have a good time! Always some thing going on, two bands every night!

Aug 1…Bayside Music Festival – St. Ignace. 4p-10. Jimmy Buffet style music, food vendors, beer/wine/soft drink tent, fireworks over the bay at dusk. $5 admission, 12 & under free. Info:


Aug 1…3rd Annual Let's Paint the Town Black!!! There will be a 5K Run/Walk and a 1-Mile "Fun Run", both events open to all ages, in McBain from 1 at 9 am starting and ending at NMC School. All donations received from the 5K will go to support the University of Michigan Cancer Research to find a cure for Melanoma. It is being hosted by the family of Kelly Van Houten, who lost his battle with this disease in 2013. Find on Facebook @ "Paint the Town Black", website , or email Kim at


Aug 1…WoofStock 2015 Pet & Music Festival. Live bands, demonstrations, kids activities, food, crafts, silent auction and more. Benefits Charlevoix Area Humane Society. Noon-10pm at Mackinaw Trail Winery. Info:


Aug. 1 -- Boats on the Boardwalk 10a-4p. A judged show along the Boardman River boardwalk in Traverse City, featuring 50 boats, circa 1900 through current wooden classics, from high-powered mahogany runabouts to hydroplanes, outboards, powered launches, wooden canoes, and rowboats. Info:


Aug 1…Mackinaw Area Historical Festival. An old-fashioned celebration of summer in Mackinaw City, 1880's style. The event will feature fun, food, music, vintage baseball, and tours of our restored one-room Freedom School and Pest House Infirmary in Mackinaw City. Info:


Aug 1…Chalk & Chocolate 8a-5p Clinch Park Open Space-Traverse City.  Artists of all abilities- from the beginner to experienced chalk artist are welcome. The fee to participate is $10 for the Junior Division and $20 per square for the artists, 16 years and above. Visitors can stop by a chocolate tasting tent too! Chocolate purveyors will be providing chocolate tastings from 12:00 noon – 4:00 p.m. Your can purchase a $5 ticket to sample delicious chocolates. All proceeds benefit Crooked Tree Arts Center. Top of Michigan Trails Council and TART Trails, Inc.


Aug 1… Join the Harbor Springs Sk8 Park for a fun filled day of carnival inspired water games. Participants will try their luck at squirt gun duck hunt, bully’s eye challenge, cup drop, connect 4, water balloon break, bucket catch, and water balloon target toss. Participants will earn tickets for each game they play. Tickets can be “cashed in” for prizes. Pizza, pop and cookies will be served to all participants. The event will culminate in a water balloon and squirt gun fight. Participants are asked to bring a bathing suit, towel and a dry clothes. This event is Free. Info: 231-838-0204


Aug. 1-2 -- Suttons Bay Annual Community Art Festival. Marina Park. features some of the area's best artists and crafters, as well as artisans from other parts of the country, along with community groups, food vendors and a children's area . 10-6 Sat, 10-5 Sun. Info:


Aug 4…Mackinaw Library is hosting an Antiques Appraisal Clinic from 10a-5pm to coincide with the 46th Annual Antique Show & Sale, hosted by the Mackinaw Woman’s Club, which is held across the street at the school.  All appraisals are by appointment only, so please call ahead to schedule.  By scheduling your appointment, you may bring in up to 3 antiques and collectibles for a verbal approximation of value from an antiques expert.   The fee per item is $10, which will be used to purchase archival supplies for storing Michigan Room items. Info: 231-436-5451


Aug 4-9…Rogers City Nautical Festival. Pet show, kiddie parade, monster truck rides, antique tractor show, carnival, arts & crafts, car show, and more! Info:


Aug 5-8…Elk Rapids Harbor Days. Carnival, live music, lumberjack show, fireman’s waterball contest; movie in the park; parade; fireworks and more! Info:


Aug 6-8…Antrim County Fair-Bellaire. 4-H exhibits, horse show, live music, dog show, square dance, horse pull, kids games ice cream social and more! Info:


Aug 6-9…Boyne Falls Polish Festival. Car show, carnival, live music, parade, mud run and more! Info:


Aug 6-9…Farmfest-Johannesburg. GATES OPEN on Thursday at noon. Stay through Monday morning if you like. Farmfest is a four-day Mooosical Magical happening. It's a musician's playground, so if you like to jam bring your instruments. Sign up for the Second Stage sets, but do it early because if fills up fast. Main stage music begins on Friday. Drum Kiva, Fire Circle Jams, Dance Pavilion Events, Feedbag Café and Pub, Parkin' Lot Pickin', Candle Light Labyrinth Walk, Second Stage Open Mic, Kids-Kids-Kids Stuff!, Workshops, Gardening fun, Great Food, and Morning Yoga, Sacred Land.


Aug 7-9… 32nd Annual Antique Tractor and Steam Engine Show 9:00 am – 11:00 pm- Alpena. Gates open at 9a.m. daily, $5 admission; under 12 free. Live music every evening in the barn. Food and primitive camping available. Daily demonstrations and exhibits.


Aug 7…Movies in the Park – 8:30pm, Bryant Park-Traverse City. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and enjoy The Big Lebowski. Info:


Aug 7… Lighted boat parade on the Indian River! In Case of Rain – Saturday, August 8th. Parade will start at dusk at DeVoe Beach and continue to I-75 bridge and return. Join in the fun! Find a spot on the river and see an amazing parade! If interested in participating, please call Sammy G at 810-845-3620.


Aug 7… 30th Annual Big Boy Car Show and Sweetheart Cruise 3:00 pm – 9:30 pm - Alpena. The public is invited to check out vintage cars, muscle cars, street rods, classic cars and more beginning at 3p.m. Music, kid’s activities, 4-D Second Street Dancers at 6p.m., Prizes for kids of all ages!! “Sweet Heart” Cruise through the streets of Alpena begins at 9p.m. Info:


Aug. 7-8 -- Port Oneida Fair. Take a step back in time at the Port Oneida settlement in the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore and experience life as it was in the late 1800's and early 1900's.  The fair is held at six historic farms, each with a variety of artists, crafts, food, and activities. Info:


Aug 7-8…Michaywe Arts 7 Crafts Fair – Michaywe Resort-Gaylord. 11a-6p Fri, 10-4p Sat. Over 100 artists & crafters on site. Info:


Aug 7-8…Rivertown Follies present “Homicide on the High Seas” Murder Mystery Dinner. 6-9p at Great Lakes Grill-Cheboygan. $25 tickets includes your choice of one of 3 entrees, bread, dessert, salad and one non-alcoholic beverage with dinner. Limited seating for each night. Performed over dinner, each member of your group becomes directly involved in solving the mystery! Make reservations at 231-627-8161.


Aug 7-9…International Ironworkers Festival-Mackinaw City. It is open to the General Public, although only Ironworkers and Retirees can compete in the skilled events. These events include knot tying, rod tying, rivet toss, spud throw, column climb (Field Event), and the World Championship Column Climb. Various Times Throughout the Weekend at Mackinaw City High School. Info:


Aug 8…Northport Dog Parade – 11am. Dress up your dog and yourself! Starts at the Mill Pond. Info:


Aug 8…A Taste of Sinatra with Jack Barber, featuring a celebration of “Ol’ Blue Eyes” Centennial, 8pm at Rosa’s Squeeze Inn –Ocqueoc. Reservations welcome 989-734-2991. Doors open at 4pm, showtime 8pm,


Aug 8…Charlevoix Waterfront Art Fair 9a-6p at East Park-downtown.


Aug 8-9…Top O’ Michigan Outboard Race Noon-2pm with starts at DeVoe Beach-Indian River. Over two days racers will travel over 87 miles through Northern Michigan’s Inland Waterway.  Info:


Aug 8-15…Cheboygan County Fair! Carnival, rodeo, tough truck competition, tractor/truck pull, battle of the bands, livestock auction, horse show and more! Info:


Aug 9…Community dinner & puppet show at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. Dinner 6pm, show 7p. Free. Ossineke. Info: 989-471-5428


Aug 9…Cheboygan City Fire Department Free Kids Picnic 1-3p at Gordon Turner Park. Free hot dogs, chips, orange drink, fire truck rides, games and more! Info:


Aug. 9-15 -- Northwestern Michigan Fair. An annual fair that includes exhibits, a barn dance, 4-H livestock shows, a carnival, Grand Stand shows, a tough truck competition, and great food. Midway open 10 am-11 pm.


Aug 12…Northland Players are holding open auditions for the up coming production of the musical “Nice Work If You Can Get It”, 6pm at the Theatre Center on Backus St-Cheboygan. Please be prepared to sing, dance and read. Material available at


Aug 13…Harbor Springs Car Festival 5:30p-dusk at Zorn Park. There will be music in the streets to entertain you as you enjoy the cars, trucks, and motorcyles. Info: 231-526-7999


Aug. 13-16 -- Buckley Old Engine Show. This event has over 700 antique gas and steam tractors, cars and trucks -- and a working 1923 steam locomotive that carries passengers around a mile of track. Info:


Aug 13-16…Norfolk Harvest Festival-downtown Boyne City. Offering a portrayal of interactive living history ranging from the Medieval to Colonial periods, consisting of day-to-day living, as well as demonstrations with tents and structures depicting life in a new trading settlement. The public will be encouraged to interact with the reenactors, asking questions about their activities or demonstrations. Thurs-Sat 9a-6pm, Sun 9a-4p. Info:


Aug 13-16…Alanson Riverfest. Live music, arts & crafts, teen dance, 5K run, games, Bark in the Park, and more! Info:


Aug 14-15…39th Annual Frankfort Art Fair. Over 175 artists in downtown Frankfort Market Square. Info:


Aug 15…BBQ on the Bay Amateur Grilling Competition 3-5p Water Front Park as part of Festival on the Bay. Tasting $5 person. Info:


Aug 15…28th Annual Rubber Ducky Festival 10a-4p Bellaire. "Duckling Park" for kids, Bouncers, Dunk Tank, Great Food, Arts & Crafts Show, Parade, and the Rubber Ducky RACE! Info:


Aug 15…YMCA of Northern Michigan Color Fun Run 7:30a-10:30a at Bay Front Park-Petoskey. Info: 231-347-8113


Aug 15… 7th Annual Mount Hope Classic Car, Truck & Bike Show to benefit the Otsego County Food Pantry.  Lots of Activities:  Games for kids and adults ~  Car ‑themed Movie & Popcorn ~ Inflatable Bounce House ~  Sketch Artist  ~  Toby Neal ~  Raffles ~ Music ~  Face Painting ~ Kids workshop by Home Depot.  Food & Refreshments available. Mount Hope Church located at 1672 M-32 East of Gaylord. Info: 989-390-0779


Aug 21-22…Traverse City Summer Microbrew & Music Festival at the GT Commons. Breweries, cideries, meaderies, and wineries will have their craft brews on tap, great music, delicious local food. Info:


Aug 22… HANDDS to the Rescue Bark at the Park 2015. This is an event to raise awareness of Pet Rescue causes, including educational information on Pet Health, well-being as well as spaying/neutering. The event will be held at Hull Park in Traverse City, from 11 to 3, rain or shine! Info:


Aug 23-29…134th Annual Otsego County Fair-Gaylord. 4-H exhibits, horse show, free movie, rodeo, monster truck show, mud bog, ultimate air dog show, carnival and more! Info:


Aug 23…Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Riggsville Annual Festival noon-4p. Dinner ($10 adults/$5 children 6-12) raffle, live music, kids games, face painting, refreshments and more. Info: 231-627-9663


Aug 28-29… Cheboygan County Humane Society presents Northern Michigan's Largest Garage Sale! Located at the Cheboygan County Fairgrounds. Antiques, clothing, household items, books, and everything including the kitchen sink! 

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