Arts & Entertainment
Museums & History
Preserve Historic Sleeping Bear – PHSB is the only partner of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore committed solely to preserving the over 300 historic structures and cultural landscapes within the Park.
Port Oneida Fair – The Port Oneida Fair is a celebration of rural arts and culture in the Port Oneida Historic Farm District.
Leelanau Historical Museum – The Leelanau Historical Museum features exhibits about Leelanau County from the early Native Americans to Wooden Boats of Leelanau County.
Artists & Galleries
Forest Gallery – offers fine craft as a part of Lake Street Studios in Glen Arbor.
Old Art Building / Leelanau Community Cultural Center – The Old Art Building is home to Art and craft classes, art exhibits, dances and musical events are held indoors and out, as are dramatic presentations and community gatherings.
Glen Arbor Art Association – Each summer the Art Association sponsors an acclaimed music festival, a full schedule of art classes for children and workshops for adults, an artist-in-residence program, a migrant children’s program, a magazine for poets and essayists, and many other activities to encourage local and nationally known artists to share their work with all who visit.
Suttons Bay Galleries – 102 E Jefferson in the Theatre District: Consultants and Dealers in Fine Art since 1984 featuring 15th-20th century fine art plus Russell Chatham, Bill Hosner, and Albert Krehbiel.
Bella Galleria – Bella Galleria is the home to over 75 artists adjacent to and part of the Old Mission Tavern on Center Road near the northern end of the Old Mission Peninsula.
Suttons Bay Art Festival – One hundred artists along with community groups, food vendors and a children’s area make this an enjoyable art-filled weekend at the beach.