From music on the bay in Northport to SUP yoga on East Bay, here are the Northern Michigan events you won’t want to miss this weekend, July 21-24, 2022. Selected just for you by our MyNorth & Traverse Magazine Office Manager extraordinaire, Libby Stallman.

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Events on July 21, 2022 in Northern Michigan

July 21 | Between the Bays | Old Mission Peninsula
The Friendly Garden Club of Traverse City hosts Between the Bays – 39th Annual Garden Walk on Old Mission Peninsula. The tour features 4 private gardens and the First Congregational Church’s Garden of Remembrance; each garden is identified by a colorful flag banner. Grab tickets or learn more about this event here.

July 21 to 24 | Summerfest | Indian River
Indian River Summerfest offers something to entertain everyone in the family with a Festival Stage, Craft Show, Classic Car & Truck Show and more.

July 21 | SUP (Standup Paddleboard) Yoga | Traverse City
Join Dharmasala TC Yoga for SUP classes right on beautiful East Bay. Immerse yourself in nature, and flow through yoga poses with the water beneath you and the sky above. Learn more about this event or grab tickets here.

Northern Michigan Events on Friday, July 22

July 22 to 24 | Arcadia Daze | Arcadia
Find yourself in the quaint coastal community this summer during the Arcadia Daze celebration. This festival is a great local event that celebrates the heritage of Arcadia, Michigan.

July 22 | Music in the Park | Northport
Enjoy the talented Mulebone this week at Music in the Park, in Northport Marina Park Pavilion.

northport Music in the Park, people seated around a gazebo with musicians

Photo by Northport Performing Arts Center

Events on Saturday, July 23, 2022

July 23 | Arts Festival | Bay Harbor
Set upon five miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, Bay Harbor provides a truly spectacular backdrop for artists and patrons alike at the Bay Harbor Arts Festival, on the waterfront lawns.

Photo(s) by Daniel Oswalt