Here’s our list of Leelanau’s 2023 Fourth of July celebrations.
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As you can see from the photo, cherries are going to be ripe early in 2023.
Jacobs Farm on M-72 south of Traverse City welcomes The Accidentals next Monday, July 3.
The good people at EarthSky share that the next three months offer a whopping FOUR supermoons in a row!!
Great feature on opportunities for kids (and adults) to learn to surf, paddleboard & have all kinds of fun on the water with Sleeping Bear Surf & Kayak.
On Saturday, July 8th from 1-9pm the Suttons Bay JazzFest will honor the memory of founder Harry Goldson under the big tent at Marina Park in Suttons Bay.
The event is Michigan’s oldest continuously running wine festive & features non-stop live music from Laura Rain & the Caesars & FUNKTION along with wine, beer & dining options!
Visit participating shops, meet award-winning local artists, and sample Leelanau County wines.
The Glen Arbor Sun debuts their new Leelanau Farming Family Series with the beautiful article “Where are Herman’s trees?” by Rebecca Carlson.
The troupe will present The Drawer Boy by Michael Heaton from June 8-10th at the Glen Lake Church.
Updates on a metro Detroit to northern Michigan cities including Traverse City and Petoskey includes news the state is pursuing money to extend rails to Canada.
The Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore plans to conduct a prescribed fire in two areas of the Lakeshore today.