Here’s two great weekend events at Leelanau wineries courtesy of eatdrinkTC! The first is the 3rd annual Runaway Hen Snowshoe Scamper on Saturday, February 1st at noon at Brengman Brothers Winery. The starting gun will sound at 12:00 noon for the race, and anyone who wants to just stroll can start any time between 12:45 – 4 […]
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At the tip of the Leelanau Peninsula, superhero photographer Ken Scott battles the Polar Vortex… Stay warm boys & girls!!
Last year the first annual Suttons Bay YetiFest attracted over 1,000 people, and the YetiFest returns on Saturday, February 15th. In addition to the Yeti look-alike contest the day-long celebration features a winter bicycle race, four-on-four pond hockey tournament, “kid’s expeditionary parade” and family-friendly films at the Bay Theatre. “It’s really just a way for us […]
The Detroit Free Press reports on a major potential benefit of one of Traverse City’s biggest crops, tart cherries! Michigan’s tart cherries could unlock a key to improving brain function and reducing symptoms of diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Huntington’s, according to studies by a neuroscientist at Central Michigan University. Earlier studies have suggested antioxidants […]
The hits just keep on coming from Ken Scott of Ken Scott Photography. Via today’s Michigan in Pictures… You may recall the Lake Michigan ice balls that was seen at the Sleeping Bear Dunes lakeshore last March. Well, they’re baaaaack. Here’s the explanation of how balls ice form that I put together from AIR PHOTO INTERPRETATION OF GREAT LAKES […]
Aurora Borealis … over ‘the Narrows’ by Ken Scott via the NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center: CME on the way…Want to see the Northern Lights? We have completed initial analysis of the CME associated with today’s X1 (NOAA Scale – R3) solar flare from Region 1944 (center disk) and have developed a forecast for a […]
Suttons Bay Floatilla 2 by Flying Still Photography Interlochen Public Radio reports: The Guinness Book of World Records confirmed Wednesday that Suttons Bay broke a record with Floatilla2. The August 31st event corralled 2,099 canoes and kayaks together on the bay creating a massive, multi-colored flotilla. Organizer Kate Thornhill estimates the effort raised about $45,000 […]
“Fangs” (2008) by Harry Thomas There’s a Lake Effect Snow Warning in effect until noon EST Tuesday for heavy snow squalls after 9 PM and total snowfall amounts of 6 to 12 inches of snow possible through midday tomorrow.
via today’s Michigan in Pictures. View of Manitou Islands from Sleeping Bear Dunes, photo by jess_clifton Last week’s Leelanau Enterprise is reporting that October 2013 had the lowest number of Sleeping Bear Dunes visitors in a decade – an impressive testimony to the impact of our recent government shutdown. You’ll be able to read the article in a month […]
photo credit: expansive by ojoyous1 Traverse City Tourism has surveyed almost 1,800 people who requested information about the area during the past year and a half about themselves, what motivates them, why they choose our area, what they do when they’re visiting and how they felt about their experiences here. The findings are pretty interesting and […]
The following article was featured on our new eatdrinkTC website, a new guide to our area’s culinary culture that we have just launched. Lots of relavant Leelanau content including our Wine Touring Guide! Apples are one of the finest flavors of fall, and one of the best places in our area to get your apple on […]
via eatdrinkTC… The annual Pigstock TC Dinner takes place on Wednesday, October 23 at 6 PM at the Hagerty Center. The evening features dishes prepared by some of our leading chefs that feature different parts of the Mangalitsa pig. This seven-course, wine-paired dinner showcases some of our best local talent all in one room and is a fundraiser for Taste […]