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June 2024 Events Calendar

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Featured June Events

(Scroll down to see more events in June.)

June 1-7, 2024

Saturday, June 1st, 2024
10am

McGulpin House Opening Day
For more information, visit mackinacparks.com. 1575 Fort St., Mackinac Island.

June 7th-16th, 2024

Mackinac Island Lilac Festival
The island’s most historic and popular festival includes the Lilac Queen coronation, official poster reveal, 10K Run/Walk, lilac walking tours, lilac planting seminars, bounce houses, performance by the Scottville Clown Band, Michigan Cornhole tournament, live music, the Grand Parade, and more.

June 8-14, 2024

Stay tuned for information on events happening during this time! In the meantime, scroll down to see events that occurred in 2023.

June 15-21, 2024

Stay tuned for information on events happening during this time! In the meantime, scroll down to see events that occurred in 2023.

June 22-30, 2024

June 27th-30th, 2024

St. Ignace Car Show Weekend
Annual multi-day event with fun for the whole family.

The following events are from 2023. Stay tuned for information on dates for these events in 2024!

Music in the Park Concert Series
Live music at Memorial Park Band Shell- 101 Spring St., East Jordan.

Bay Harbor In-Water Boat Show
This event gives attendees the opportunity to check out the latest in watercraft, boating accessories, and more. There are also on-land displays, an obstacle course for kids, and live music. Bay Harbor Marina- 4000 Main St., Bay Harbor.

Great Lakes Pirate Festival
This event includes a day of food & drinks, live music, and pirate contests on the island.  The Mackinac Pirate Adventure Tour with the Good Fortune pirate ship will feature water cannons for the kids as well as a bar for adults. Festival admission is free but ferry tickets must be purchased to cross to the island. Mackinac Island Main Dock #1- 7271 Main St., Mackinac Island. For more information, visit greatlakespiratefestival.com.

Charlotte Ross Lee Concerts in the Park
Live music in Pennsylvania Park- 411 E. Lake St., Petoskey.

East Jordan Freedom Festival
Annual multi-day event with fun for the whole family.

Charlevoix Live on the Lake Concert Series
Live music at East Park Odmark Performance Pavilion- 400 Bridge St., Charlevoix.

Street Musique
Live musical performances at various locations throughout the Harbor Springs Business District.

Music in the Park
Free and open to the public. Marquette Park- 7200 Huron St., Mackinac Island. (Rain Location: Mission Point Theater- 6639 Main St., Mackinac Island)

Lavender Fest
Make a craft, bring a picnic, and enjoy the many other Friday farm activities we have scheduled throughout the summer. The farm is free to visit. Some weeks will feature live music, food vendors, and additional classes and activities. Lavender Hill Farms- 7354 Horton Bay Rd. North, Boyne City.

Check back often for updates to this calendar of events!

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Activities & Attractions in Northern Michigan

Charlevoix's Historical Museums

Charlevoix’s History Museums

The Harsha House and the Charlevoix Depot Museum, run by the Charlevoix Historical Society, preserve much of Charlevoix’s rich history.

Harbor Springs History Museum

Museums in Northern Michigan

Northern Michigan is home to several different museums for people of all ages which highlight the area’s businesses, history, and culture!

Fishermans Island State Park

Fisherman’s Island State Park

Fisherman’s Island State Park has more than 2,600 acres and miles of gorgeous Lake Michigan beach and is located just south of Charlevoix.

Northern Michigan Lighthouses

In Northern Michigan, you’ll find lighthouses where lighthouse keepers once lived and worked that have been restored and are open to visitors.

The Little Traverse Wheelway

The Little Traverse Wheelway

Bicyclists, walkers, and roller bladers can go from Harbor Springs to Charlevoix on the 26-mile long Little Traverse Wheelway.