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  • Gaylord Area Council For The Arts

    The mission of the Gaylord Area Council for the Arts is to enhance the quality of life in our community through the Arts....

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  • Crooked Tree Arts Center

    Mission:The mission of the Crooked Tree Arts Center is to create, stimulate and perpetuate the arts in northern Michigan.History:Crooked Tree Arts Center was founded in 1971 to sponsor and encourage activities in the arts for residents of Charlevoix and Emmet counties. It to...

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  • The Opera House And The Cheboygan Area Arts Council

    Mission Statement:The Mission of the Cheboygan Area Arts Council is to promote and encourage cultural and educational activities within the Straits Area of Northern Michigan, and to provide services that stimulate and encourage participation and appreciation of the arts with...

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  • North Central Arts Academy

    Bringing Your Dancing, Gymnastics, & Acting Skills to a Higher Level...

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  • Crooked Tree Arts Center

    Mission : The mission of the Crooked Tree Arts Center is to create, stimulate and perpetuate the arts in northern Michigan.   We offer exhibits, concerts, classes, lectures, special events and so much more. ...

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  • Mackinac Bridgemen Museum
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  • Gaylord Area Council For The Arts

    Mission Statement: The mission of the Gaylord Area Council for the Arts is to enhance the quality of life in our community through the Arts....

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  • Jordan River Arts Council

    As a leader of the Jordan River area's cultural community, the Jordan River Arts Council promotes, encourages, and nurtures the artistic endeavors of local residents and provides an organized framework through which quality workshops, classes, exhibits, programs and performa...

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  • Beaver Island Historical Society

    History Beaver Island as we know it first appeared out of the ice eleven thousand years ago. Since then, its form has changed considerably because of the rise and fall of Lake Michigan, which has ranged over a differential of 375'. The Lake dropped to a very low level about...

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  • The Preservation Association of Beaver Island

    Mission:  To preserve the historical landmarks, architectural character, natural environment and cultural traditions that distinguish Beaver Island from the mainland-retaining the unique community qualities and values for those making the Island home for all or par...

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  • Little Traverse History Museum

    History : The Little Traverse Historical Society was established in 1905 In 1969, The Little Traverse Historical Society was incorporated as a non- profit organization, "To preserve, advance and disseminate knowledge of the history of the Little Traverse Bay Area." To this...

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  • Camp Daggett

    Mission : To provide quality character building experiences for young people through educational and recreational activities. Motto : "The Other Fellow First" Camp Daggett operates as a non-profit, independent organization with no religious or governmental affiliations...

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  • Little Traverse Civic Theatre

    Mission And HistoryLittle Traverse Civic Theatre was born in 1945 when a group of ambitious, talented volunteers organized an acting troupe under the name Petoskey Little Theatre.  In January 1946, they presented their first play, You Can’t Take it With You. ...

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  • Blissfest Music Organization

    About Us : The Blissfest Music Organization is a non-profit educational and performing arts organization based in Northwest Lower Michigan, which has been in existence since 1981. The Blissfest provides year round folk arts programming in Emmet County including its annual f...

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  • Call of the Wild Museum

    The wildlife museum features a wide variety of animals, habitats, and activities.  The animals range in size from a 6 inch long Least Weasel to an 11 foot tall standing Polar Bear!  Each display has a hand-painted background and depicts the animal's natural habitat...

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  • Father Marquette National Memorial and Museum
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  • Fort de Buade Museum

    For over three centuries, the Straits of Mackinac have been occupied by military establishments. Fort de Buade was built by the French in 1681, a decade after Marquette had established his mission in 1671 and called it St. Ignace. Its name was that of the family of Front...

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  • Tee Pee Campground

    About Us: The Tee Pee Campground has been owned and operated by the Cooley family since 1969. This is a no frills campground. Check in, set up camp, relax and enjoy the spendor of Northern Michigan at its finest. We take pride in offering a relaxed, friendly, clean park for...

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  • National Morel Mushroom Festival

    Each May, Boyne City fills with hundreds of mushroom lovers from around the country who come seeking that elusive delicacy-the marvelous morel. Found in nearby woods and clearings, morels are favored by those who know their 'shrooms. Our town hosts the Boyne City Mushroom Fe...

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  • Mackinac Island Lilac Festival

    Celebrating Mackinac's lilac collection began in 1949 after a conversation with Evangilene “Ling” Horn, Nurse Stella King and Mackinac Island Carriage Tours veterinarian Dr. Bill Chambers. The idea was to bring people to the Island to enjoy a great horse drawn pa...

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  • Presque Isle County Fair

    The Presque Isle County Fair was started by the Presque Isle County Agricultural Mechanical Society and was first held on September 25 and 26, 1901 in Millersburg. Sometime around 1932 the fair moved to Onaway. After a stop at Posen as a 4-H fair and the Moltke Township Hall...

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  • Charlevoix Venetian Festival

    About Us The Festival offers a wonderful variety of events geared to delight and entertain every age group. Most events take place within waterfront parks, Round Lake Harbor and Lake Charlevoix. Have you ever noticed what is missing at the Venetian Festival? It isn't live en...

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  • Les Cheneaux Historical Museum

    About Us: The Les Cheneaux Historical Museum displays artifacts showing many details from the past: Indian crafts and tools from the logging era, a model of a lumber camp, photos from frontier lift or early settlers and the hotel and tourist periods. Founded in 1967, co...

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  • Les Cheneaux Maritime Museum

    History of the Museum  : The O.M. Reif Boathouse (circa 1920s) is home to displays of vintage boats, marine artifacts, antique outboard motors, historic photos of area boating, a boat building workshop, and a gift shop. In the boat building workshop, several activitie...

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  • Bier Art Gallery & Pottery Studio

    A lively art exhibition awaits you at Bier Art Gallery. The turn of the century red and white schoolhouse is an ideal setting for the arts with its views of Lake Michigan and the countryside. Over forty-five regional and national artists contribute to the gallery, many excl...

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  • C. S. Lewis Festival

    C. S. Lewis was a British scholar and author best known for his beloved children's series The Chronicles of Narnia, including The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, considered the most popular children's book of the twentieth century. He was also an articulate theologian who ...

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  • Chippewa County Fair
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  • Otsego County Fair

    Mission StatementThe mission of the Otsego County Fair Association is to provide the best county Fair possible for all residents of Otsego County and surrounding counties.  It provides a gathering place for all to showcase their products and skills.  It creates educational...

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  • Downtown Petoskey Winter Blues Festival
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  • GarLyn Zoo

    GarLyn zoo was started in 1994. Built on old sand dunes at the northern most point of Lake Michigan. The zoo blends well with the natural surroundings, towering red and white pine, birch and maple forests of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. We have tried to keep the natural look ...

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  • Petoskey Stone Festival
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  • Mackinac Old Time Trolley

    Take a ride on the Mackinac Old Time Trolley and experience everything that the Mackinaw City and Mackinac Area have to offer. Our narrated $3 historical tour is priced just right for everyone looking to see Mackinaw's timeless historical sites, including the Mackinac Bridge...

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  • Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark

    Are you looking for an aquatic adventure? Well Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark is the place for you and your family vacation! At 88,000 square feet, Avalanche Bay is Michigan's BIGGEST indoor water park featuring slides, rides, kids pools, climbing walls, lazy river, and even...

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  • Gaylord Discovery Center

    Time for Adventure - We create a fun, unique, learning environment for the entire family to discover how the world works through engaging play and exciting exploration....

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  • Puddingstone Festival
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  • Boyne Falls Polish Festival

    Join us for the 41st Annual Boyne Falls Polish Festival Thursday Evening, Friday, Saturday & Sunday August 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 2015...

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  • Alanson Riverfest

    Mission Statement: The purpose and mission of the Alanson Riverfest is to provide a quality experience for those who attend this event. This means that all events from the music tent to the vendors and artisans who display their talents and goods, will demonstrate quality an...

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  • Stalwart Agricultural Fair
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  • Gateway Gallery

    Gateway Gallery features local Northern Michigan Artists and Craftpersons working in any media. The Gallery attempts to provide Our visitors with a memory of their time here in the Pigeon River Forest area....

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  • Mackinac Island Music Festival

    About UsThe Mackinac Island Music Festival  was created to celebrate the musicians living and working on Mackinac Island as well as regional and national touring musicians.  Genres have included folk, country, rock, blues, bluegrass, classical, jazz and country.We hope you...

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