The MyNorth Weekly Calendar of upcoming Northern Michigan events highlights some of the amazing things going on across the North. Hand-picked by MyNorth Media’s Calendar Editor, Libby Stallman, there is something for everyone.
So pull out your calendar, you’re not going to want to miss these Northern Michigan events!
July 29-30: Traverse Higher Art Presents 46 Artists. ECCO Space, Downtown Traverse City. 231.735.4448.
July 29-31: Bay Harbor Arts Festival. On the Waterfront, Bay Harbor. 231.439.2650.
July 30: Crooked Tree Art Center Outdoor Art Fair. Northwestern Michigan College, Traverse City. 231.941.9488.
July 2: 44th Annual Sault Summer Arts Fest. 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Arts, Crafts and Music. Sault City Hall Grounds, Sault Ste. Marie. 906.635.1312.
Other Northern Michigan Events
July 31: ReQueening and Late Nucs Workshop. Join Meghan Milbrath of Northern Bee Network for this day-long workshop on Requeening and Late Nucs. Requeening is a basic and essential skill in beekeeping that allows you to replace a queen with a local queen, add in mite-resistant genetics, and give your hive the benefit of a young queen. Also, by learning how to make a nuc for your old queen, you get the benefit of having a queen on hand and an extra colony to replace one lost over the winter. Bear Creek Organic Farm, Petoskey. $37; 231.622.5252. MyNorthTickets.com.
August 1 to 7: Baroque on Beaver Island. Concerts include an outdoor performance under the stars. Entering its 15th season, Baroque on Beaver, stands as one of the “Up North” region’s unique events – a classical music festival on historic Beaver Island, featuring a professional Festival Orchestra and Chamber Chorale, guest soloists and a large Festival Chorus. Freewill donation. Beaver Island, 888.511.5189, baroqueonbeaver.org.
August 4: Live Concert with Matt Gabriel. Born and raised in Grand Rapids, Michigan, 25 year old Matt Gabriel has been writing and performing orginal music for 9 years now. The progression of his ability to blend inspiring lyrics with paralyzing hooks is an honest blend of folk & blues with a solid Rock ‘n Roll center. 8pm. Center for the Arts, Mackinac Island, 906.984.4124, mackinacartscouncil.org.
August 4: Leelanau Conservancy Annual Friends Picnic and Auction. Picnic held at the Kalchik-Newton Farm. Pre-picnic hikes and field trips held in the afternoon. Picnic begins at 5pm, followed by Auction. Leelanau, 231.256.9665, leelanauconservancy.org.
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