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September 2024 Events Calendar

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Featured September Events

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September 1-7, 2024

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September 8-14, 2024

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September 15-21, 2024

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September 22-30, 2024

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

Annual Mackinac Bridge Walk
This free walk begins in St. Ignace at the north end of the Mackinac Bridge in the Upper Peninsula, and in Mackinaw City at the south end of the bridge in the Lower Peninsula. For more information, visit mackinacbridge.org.

8-Mile Run & Walk
Beginning and ending at Mission Point Resort, this is one of the oldest and most scenic races in Michigan. The course takes runners around the island with sights like historic Victorian homes, the Straights of Mackinac, the Mackinac Bridge and more. Mission Point Resort- One Lake Shore Dr, Mackinac Island. For more information, visit mackinacisland.org

Depot Teen Center Charity Golf Tournament
Proceeds benefit the Depot Teen Centers programs. To register, visit ejdepot.org. The Mallard- 9569 Bailey Rd., East Jordan.

Paddle Antrim Festival
This event celebrates the amazing waterways and communities of Northern Michigan. It includes a two-day paddle event through the Chain of Lakes Water Trail. Participants can choose to paddle one or both days and decide how far to travel. There are exits strategically placed along the route so the trip can be anywhere from 7 to 42 miles. For more information and to register, visit paddleantrim.com.

Richard Crane Memorial Truck Show
This annual event allows viewing of semi-trucks with customized cabs, extraordinary paint/artwork and neon light displays at Little Bear East Arena- 275 Marquette St., St. Ignace and in downtown St. Ignace. For the most updated information, visit mackinawchamber.com

Petoskey Harvest Showcase
This annual event takes participants to 14 wineries in the region where they’ll sample wines paired with small plates. Tickets are $40 per person and available at petoskey.wine.

Saturdays, September 16th, 2023
9am-3:30pm

Sunflower Festival & Barn Market
Pack a blanket or lawn chair and spend the day at this free event. Attend a yoga class, take a guided sunflower tour, paint a pumpkin, shop the Barn Market, and listen to live music while you play lawn games and enjoy food and drink. Lavender Hill Farm- 7354 Horton Bay Rd. North, Boyne City.

Taste of Harbor Springs
Annual food and drink festival to benefit the Mary Ellen Hughes Culinary Scholarship fund. Harbor Springs Waterfront.

Harbor Springs Festival of the Book
This annual event is a three-day celebration of readers, writers, books, and literary craft. 153 E. Main St., Harbor Springs.

Balloons Over Bay Harbor
This annual event offers viewing of hot air balloons and many more activities. Visit bayharbor.com for more info. 4000 Main St., Bay Harbor.

East Jordan Fall Fest
This annual event includes live music, beer tent, food trucks, softball tournament, kid’s activities, and much more. East Jordan Tourist Park- 218 N. Lake St., East Jordan. For the most updated information, visit facebook.com

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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.

Petoskey State Park

Petoskey State Park

Petoskey State Park is one of the premier destinations for campers and outdoor lovers and is tucked away between Petoskey and Harbor Springs.

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.

M-119 Tunnel of Trees

Take a beautiful color tour as you travel under a tunnel of colorful trees along M-119 from Harbor Springs to Cross Village.