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2018 Calendar Of Events

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Every Sunday, June 17-August 12 Vesper Services John Hall Auditorium, Bay View, 8 p.m.
Every Monday, July and August Harbor Springs Community Band Concert On the waterfront, Harbor Springs, 8 p.m.
Every Monday-Saturday, June 22-August 25 Young Americans Dinner Theater, Boyne Highlands. 866-683-2382
Every Wednesday & Saturday, Memorial Day Weekend-Labor Day Farmers Market, downtown Harbor Springs, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Every Thursday, June 28-August 23 Street Musique, downtown Harbor Springs, 7-9 p.m. 231-526-7999.
Every Saturday, Labor Day-mid October Farmers Market, downtown Harbor Springs, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

June

1 Summer Open House Music, food, games, and more in downtown Petoskey, 5-9 p.m.
First Friday in Harbor Springs Enjoy live music, shopping & dining, 5-9 p.m.
Harbor Springs Cycling Classic Bike tour beginning 3 miles North of Harbor Springs. Tour on the famous “Tunnel of Trees” route – 20, 42, or 62 mile routes. 231-526-2151.
Open Mic Night Harbor Springs Library, 6:30 p.m. 231-526-6413.
Music on Main, The Real Ingredients Live music and more, Main Street, Village of Bay Harbor. 888-229-4272.
8-9 CTAC School of Ballet Presents: Sleeping Beauty Harbor Springs Performing Arts Center. 231-347-4337.
8-17 Lilac Festival Flowers, food, games, and parades commemorate these scented flowers all week long, Mackinac Island. 877-847-0086
10 Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra›s Concert Grand Romance John Hall Auditorium, Bay View, 7 p.m.
13 How Dreams Can Come True & the Olympic Journey Karin Reid Offield’s award-winning documentary film, Harry & Snowman. The screening will take place in CTAC’s Theater at 6:45 p.m. with a conversation taking place first at 6 p.m. Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
13 Seeing in the Dark Gather under the stars with a special guest that will look at the latest, leading thoughts in astronomy, by starlight, Headlands Dark Sky Park, 9 p.m.
14 Music on Main, The Real Ingredients Live music and more, Main Street, Village of Bay Harbor, 6-8 p.m. 888-229-4272.
15-17 In Water Boat Show Village at Bay Harbor. 231-439-2000.
16 Taste of the North History and great food together on the waterfront, Petoskey. 231-487-1188.
18 Open Mic Night Harbor Springs Library, 6:30 p.m. 231-526-6413.
18 Crescent Moon Monday With Norbert Vance, Professor of Astronomy at EMU, who will share how the Moon got those big gray splotches, and the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 8 mission, among other amazing Moon stories, Headlands Dark Sky Park, 9 p.m.
19 Coffee at Ten Hearing the Art that We See with Cynthia Rutherford, Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
19-20 Ellebration! A parade, bonfire, kids games, pig roast, and more in Ellsworth. 231-360-0676.
20 James Greenway Band Concerts in the Park, Petoskey, 12 p.m.
21 Celebration of Native American Seasonal Traditions The Sun reaches its highest hour, called its Solstice, at dawn on June 21st, and then appears to rest for several days before beginning the long trek back south along the horizon, toward its Winter Solstice moment. A celebration the food, ceremony, and tradition of the people native to the region where Headlands Dark Sky Park is located, 4-11 p.m.
21 Music on Main, The Plumville Project Live music and more, Main Street, Village of Bay Harbor, 6-8 p.m. 888-229-4272.
22 Vintage Car & Boat Festival Village at Bay Harbor. 231-439-2000.
22 Northern Michigan Chorale Concerts in the Park, Pennsylvania Park, Petoskey, 12 p.m. 231-347-4337.
22-23 Antiques on The Bay Auto Show, downtown St. Ignace.
26 Coffee at Ten Good Hart Artist in Residence, Mami Takahashi, Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
23 Bay Harbor-Boyne Golf Pro-Am Charity Golf Classic A spectacular day of golf at the Bay Harbor Golf Club to benefit the Little Traverse Bay Community.
26-30 Freedom Festival Music, food, activities, and more, East Jordan.
26-30 Young Americans Summer Camp Third grade-college students take part in workshops, lessons, and performance, Harbor Springs Performing Arts Center.
27 Charlie Reager Concerts in the Park, Pennsylvania Park, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
27 Blessing of the Fleet A boat parade with a blessing of each boat, Harbor Springs harbor, sponsored by the Harbor Springs Historical Society, 6 p.m.
27 Summer›s Launch Party Celebrate summer, The Boathouse, sponsored by Harbor Springs Area Historical Society, 7 p.m. 231-526-9771.
28-30 St. Ignace Car Show Weekend Original and restored classic and antique vehicles, on the St. Ignace waterfront.
28 Music on Main, Kellerville Live music and more, Main Street, Village of Bay Harbor, 6 p.m. 888-229-4272.
29 Ryan Cassidy Concerts in the Park, Pennsylvania Park, Petoskey, 12 p.m. 231-347-4337.
30 Red, White and Brew Beer tent and live music, Harbor Springs waterfront. 231-526-7999.

July

2 Open Mic Night Harbor Springs Library, 6:30 p.m. 231-526-6413.
2-7 Young Americans Summer Camp Third grade-college students take part in workshops, lessons, and performance, Harbor Springs Performing Arts Center.
3-5 Centennial Celebration Three days of fun, each with a different theme, Castle Farms, Charlevoix
3 Petoskey Steel Drum Band and Fireworks Display Village of Bay Harbor. 231-439-2000.
4 Fourth of July, Harbor Springs What a way to celebrate July 4! The day in Harbor Springs begins with a run followed by an art fair in Zorn Park, a parade down Main Street, street vendors and activities, and fireworks launched from the harbor.
4 4th of July Celebration Running race, parade, craft fair, carnival, fireworks and more, Boyne City. 231-582-6222.
4 July 4th Celebrations Parade followed by music and fireworks, downtown Petoskey. 231-347-4150.
5 Music on Main, The Real Ingredients Live music and more, Main Street, Village of Bay Harbor. 888-229-4272.
5 Ranky Tanky Charleston, SC based quintet performs timeless music of Gullah culture born in the southeastern Sea Island region. Bay View’s John Hall Auditorium. Bay View
6 Chris Koury Concerts in the Park, Pennsylvania Park, Petoskey, 12 p.m. 231-347-4337.
7 Great Lakes Center for the Arts Opening Gala The Detroit Symphony Orchestra performs, Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor, 8 p.m. 231-439-2606.
7-8 Antiques at the Fairgrounds More than 150 antique dealers at the Emmet County Fairgrounds, Petoskey. 9am-5pm Saturday, 9am-4pm Sunday. 231-564-1971.
8 Medicinal and Edible Plants Hike Gathering methods, preparation, and some taste testing, Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, Harbor Springs. 231-526-6401.
10 Bay View Cottage Walk Charming cottages will be open as well as historic campus buildings with music and dramatic events taking place throughout the day. Parking at Petoskey High School with free shuttles to and from Bay View. Tickets are $31.50 in advance and $36.50 day of. 231-347-6225.
10 Bay View’s Big Read Author Jerry Dennis with his book The Living Great Lakes, Bay View, 7:30 p.m.
11 Women’s Club Art Fair Great art plus the Slightly Gourmet Cafe, Nub’s Nob. 231-526-0291.
11 Kid’s Camp Stories, crafts and more, Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, Harbor Springs, 10:30 a.m. 231-526-6401.
11 Blair Miller Concerts in the Park, Pennsylvania Park, Petoskey, 12 p.m. 231-347-4337.
11 Night of Arts Dedicated to artists and fine art lovers in Harbor Springs. Enjoy an array of mediums including oils, precious metals, gemstones, pearls, acrylics, clay, bronze, glass, and more. 231-526-7999.
12 Music on Main, Holy August Live music and more, Main Street, Village of Bay Harbor, 6 p.m. 888-229-4272.
12 Great Lakes Leadership Forum Dr. Edison Miyawaki, a Boston neurologist and Harvard faculty member, will discuss “What is memory, and where is Alzheimer’s research headed?” Daniel Hesse, former CEO of the Sprint Corporation, will discuss the transformation of mobile technology. Cheryl Bachelder, former CEO of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, will talk about the role of courage and humility in driving superior performances. Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor. 231-439-2610.
12-14 Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Performance at John Hall Auditorium, Bay View.
13 Story and James Concerts in the Park, Pennsylvania Park, Petoskey, 12 p.m. 231-347-4337.
13-15 Blissfest The Blissfest Music Festival will be a celebration of music, culture, art and community featuring a world of diverse and innovative folk and roots music and dance at the Festival Farm.
14 Stars of the Joffrey Ballet Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor. 231-439-2610.
14-15 Arts & Crafts Fair On the waterfront, Charlevoix.
15 Intro to Embroidery with Tracy Brines There will be three designs from which to choose. The class fee ($48) will include the embroidery hoop, pattern, floss, fabric, and needle. Gather, Harbor Springs, 3 p.m.
16 Open Mic Night Harbor Springs Library, 6:30 p.m. 231-526-6413.
17 Celestial Observation Learn about the motions of the heavens, how to read star charts, and simply view the night sky. Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, Harbor Springs, 7 p.m. 231-526-6401.
17 Terrariums Create little worlds, very low-maintenance container gardens, using native plants. $10 materials fee. Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, Harbor Springs, 7 p.m. 231-526-6401.
17 Interlochen Jazz Faculty Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor, 8 p.m. 231-439-2610.
18 Wyatt & Shari Knapp Concerts in the Park, Pennsylvania Park, Petoskey, 12 p.m. 231-347-4337.
18 D’Art for Art Preview Wine Tasting Crooked Tree Arts Center’s premier fundraising event preview, Irish Boat Shop Storage Building, Harbor Springs, 6 p.m. 231-347-4337.
19-23 Indian River Summerfest Lobster bake, duck race, beach bash, teen dance, ice cream social, 5 & 10K run, volleyball, kayak and bike biatholon and more, in Indian River. 231-238-9325.
19 D’Art for Art This annual fundraiser for the Crooked Tree Arts Center features spectacular food and art and a chance to “dart” for the art of your choice. Irish Boat Shop Storage, Fairview Street, Harbor Springs, 6 p.m. 231-347-4337.
19 Music on Main, Charlie Millard Band Live music and more, Main Street, Village of Bay Harbor, 6 p.m. 888-229-4272.
20 The Real Ingredients Concerts in the Park, Pennsylvania Park, Petoskey, 12 p.m. 231-347-4337.
20-21 Shay Days Steam trains, walking tours, docent tours and more to celebrate Ephraim Shay, Harbor Springs History Museum. 231-526-9771.
21 Art in the Park Annual juried art show, Pennsylvania Park, Petoskey. 231-347-4150.
21 Pink Martini—Sold Out! Fun and talented entertainment, Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor. 231-439-2610.
21-28 Venetian Festival A week-long flurry of color and pageantry that highlights the summer season and attracts tens of thousands of visitors to Charlevoix. 231-547-3872.
22 Fairy House Workshops Make a fairy house for the garden or home, Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, Harbor Springs, 7 p.m. 231-526-6401.
24 Great Lakes Chamber Orchestra Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor, 8 p.m. 231-439-2610.
24-28 Young Americans Summer Camp Third grade-college students take part in workshops, lessons, and performance, Harbor Springs Performing Arts Center.
25 Kid’s Camp Stories, crafts and more, Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, Harbor Springs, 10:30 a.m. 231-526-6401.
25 The Rough and Tumble Concerts in the Park, Petoskey, 12 p.m. 231-347-4337.
26 Save the Trees Little Traverse Conservancy fundraiser, Walstrom Marine Showroom, Harbor Springs, 6 p.m. 231-347-0991.
26 Music on Main, Kellerville Live music and more, Main Street, Village of Bay Harbor, 6 p.m. 888-229-4272.
26-28 Antique Flywheelers Show The Walloon Lake Antique Flywheelers celebrate all things flywheeler. Events include demonstrations, an arts and crafts show and a parade. Festival grounds between Walloon Lake and Boyne Falls.
27 Kellerville Concerts in the Park, Pennsylvania Park, Petoskey, 12 p.m. 231-347-4337.
27 Blues Traveler, Grammy award winner artists perform in John Hall Auditorium, Bay View, 8 p.m.
27-28 Bay Harbor Arts Festival Annual art fair in the Village at Bay Harbor. 231-439-2000.
27-29 Little Traverse Yacht Club’s Ugotta Regatta Spectacular sailboat racing on Little Traverse Bay. 231-526-7919.
28 Geocaching at the Headlands This version of hide and seek will take place throughout the 600-acre wood and two miles of shoreline at Headlands Dark Sky Park featuring new geocaches published only during the event, 10 a.m.
28 An Evening with Sara Evans—Sold Out! Academy of Country Music’s Top Female Vocalist Award-winning performer, Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor. 231-439-2610.
28 Celestial Observation Discover the artful balance of the nature world. No charge, space is limited, Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, Harbor Springs, 10 p.m. 231-526-6401.
31-4 Young Americans Summer Camp Third grade-college students take part in workshops, lessons, and performance, Harbor Springs Performing Arts Center.

August

1 Kirby Snively Concerts in the Park, Pennsylvania Park, Petoskey, 12 p.m. 231-347-4337.
1 Lighted Twig Chandelier Workshop
Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, Harbor Springs, 7 p.m. 231-526-6401.
2 Music on Main, Holy August
Live music and more, Main Street, Village of Bay Harbor, 6 p.m. 888-229-4272.
2 Great Lakes Music Festival
Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor, 8 p.m. 231-439-2610.
2-3 The Marriage of Figaro Fully
staged, hilarious production of Mozart’s popular opera, accompanied by orchestra, Bay View’s John Hall Auditorium.
2-5 Rendezvous in Mackinaw & 18th Century Trade Fair
Conkling Heritage Park, Mackinaw City. 231-436-5664.
3 A Brighter Bloom
Concerts in the Park, Pennsylvania Park, Petoskey, 12 p.m. 231-347-4337.
3-4 Mackinaw City Historical Festival
The Mackinaw Area Historical Society invites everyone to an old-fashioned celebration of summer, 1880’s style, Heritage Village, Mackinaw City.
3-5 Boyne Falls Polish Festival
This annual festival includes a carnival, entertainment/polka tent, parades, and much more!
4 Summer Fun Run
A run through the flora and fauna of the nearly 600 acres of the Headlands Dark Sky Park, 2 p.m.
4 Ben Folds
Bay View’s John Hall Auditorium, 8 p.m.
4-5 Antiques at the Fairgrounds
More than 150 antique dealers at the Emmet County Fairgrounds, Petoskey. 231-564-1971.
4-5 Portside Art Fair
On Lake Charlevoix, East Jordan. 231-536-3282.
5 Medicinal and Edible Plants Hike
Gathering methods, preparation, and some taste testing, Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, Harbor Springs. 231-526-6401.
5 Charles Krauthammer
Syndicated columnist for the Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor, 4 p.m. 231-439-2610.
6 Open Mic Night
Harbor Springs Library, 6 p.m. 231-526-6413.
7 Coffee at Ten 
Words and Images with Lynn Crawford, Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
7 Celestial Observation
Learn about the motions of the heavens, how to read star charts, and simply view the night sky. Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, Harbor Springs, 9:30 p.m. 231-526-6401.
7-8 The Marriage of Figaro: Bay View Opera
The Marriage of Figaro Fully staged, hilarious production of Mozart’s popular opera, accompanied by orchestra, Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor, 8 p.m. 231-439-2610.
8 Kid’s Camp
Stories, crafts and more, Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, Harbor Springs, 10:30 a.m. 231-526-6401.
8 Keith Scott
Concerts in the Park, Pennsylvania Park, Petoskey, 12 p.m.
9 Car Festival
Gorgeous cars in Zorn Park, Harbor Springs, 5 p.m.-dusk. 231-526-7999.
9 Music on Main, Kellerville
Live music and more, Main Street, Village of Bay Harbor, 6 p.m. 888-229-4272.
9-11 Northern Michigan Astronomy Club Star Party
Join enthusiasts, hobbyists, and professionals in gazing deeply into the sky, Headlands Dark Sky Park.
10 Indigo Moon
Concerts in the Park, Pennsylvania Park, Petoskey, 12 p.m. 231-347-4337.
10-12 Alanson Riverfest
Art/craft show, flea market, raffles, music and more.
10-12 Ironworkers Festival
Knot tying, rod tying, rivet toss, spud throw, column, and the World Championship Column Climb, Mackinaw City. 231-436-5574.
10-12 Boyne City PirateFest
Celebrate pirates in Boyne City at this new festival with music, food, kid’s activities, costumes, and more.
11 Matthew Morrison
Emmy, Tony and Golden Globe-nominated star Matthew Morrison, backed by his five-piece band, will perform Broadway standards and numbers from his past productions, Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor, 8 p.m. 231-439-2610.
11 Lights Out Challenge For Perseid Meteor Shower
A challenge for communities around Northern Michigan to a friendly competition to see who can achieve greatest darkness as the Perseid Meteor shower comes to its’ peak activity, Headlands Dark Sky Park, 8 p.m.
11-12 Odawa Homecoming Pow Wow
Native American dancing, drumming, food, and crafts at the Odawa government center, Harbor Springs. 231-242-1427.
12 Fairy House Workshops
Make a fairy house for the garden or home, Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, Harbor Springs, 7 p.m. 231-526-6401.
13 Crescent Moon Monday
Headlands Dark Sky Park, 8:30 p.m.
15 Pete Kehoe
Concerts in the Park, Pennsylvania Park, Petoskey, 12 p.m. 231-347-4337.
16 Music on Main, Holy August
Live music and more, Main Street, Village of Bay Harbor, 6 p.m. 888-229-4272.
17 Lara Fullford
Concerts in the Park, Pennsylvania Park, Petoskey, 12 p.m. 231-347-4337.
17-18 Festival on the Bay
Live music, triathlon, bay cruises, an arts and crafts Show, a nightly celebration of our “Million Dollar Sunsets,” and more. On the waterfront, Petoskey. 231-347-4150.
17-18 Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story
Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor. 231-439-2610.
18 Howl at the Moon
Annual fundraiser for Little Traverse Bay Humane Society, Walstrom Marine Boat Warehouse, Harbor Springs Airport, 6 p.m.
20 Open Mic Night
Harbor Springs Library, 6 p.m. 231-526-6413.
24-25 Corvette Show
Downtown Mackinaw City. 231-436-5574.
25 Comedian Tom Papa
Host of the hit podcast and SiriusXM show “Come to Papa,” a weekly, hour-long show featuring Papa exploring the funny side of life, with guests like Mel Brooks, Ray Romano, Carl Reiner and Jerry Seinfeld. Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor, 8 p.m. 231-439-2610.
28 Coffee at Ten
With Brian Conway & James Haefner: Michigan Modern: An Architectural Legacy Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
30 Music on Main
Live music and more, Main Street, Village of Bay Harbor, 6 p.m. 888-229-4272.
30 Great Lakes Conservatory Night
The new Chamber Music Department of the University of Michigan’s School of Music, Theatre & Dance, Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor, 8 p.m. 231-439-2610.
31-September 1 Sidewalk Sales
Village of Bay Harbor. 231-439-2000.

September

1 Street Sales Downtown Harbor Springs is the place to be with sidewalk sales. 231-526-7999.
2 Celebrate the The Journey Tribute Band, of Traverse City, Great Lakes Center for the Arts, Bay Harbor, 8 p.m. 231-439-2610.
3 Labor Day Mackinac Bridge Walk 5 mile walk across the world’s longest bridge of this kind! 888-455-8100.
3 Open Mic Night Harbor Springs Library, 6:30 p.m. 231-526-6413.
8 Harbor Springs Cycling Classic Ride the Tunnel of Trees. 231-526-2151.
8 Beer & Wine Festival Food, wine, beer, entertainment and fun, Mackinaw Crossings, Mackinaw City. 231-436-5030.
14-16 Richard Crane Truck Show See these awesome semi-trucks with customized cabs, extraordinary paint/artwork and neon light displays. Parade of lights across the Mackinac Bridge.
15 Bay Harbor Home Tour Village at Bay Harbor. 231-439-2700.
17 Open Mic Night Harbor Springs Library, 6:30 p.m. 231-526-6413.
22 Taste of Harbor Springs On the waterfront, 12-3 p.m. 231-526-7999.
22 Harvest Moon Dance Headlands Dark Sky Park.
28-30 Festival of the Book A three-day gathering of nationally known presenters with Festival attendees for a celebration of books, and the stories that make them great, Harbor Springs. 231-838-2725.
29 Little Traverse Half Marathon and 10K Run/Walk Starts in the Village of Bay Harbor, the 10k starts in Petoskey State Park, with both races finishing at Zorn Park in Harbor Springs. Sponsored by The Outfitter, Harbor Springs. 231-526-2621.

October

1 Open Mic Night Harbor Springs Library, 6:30 p.m. 231-526-6413.
6 Great Lakes Glass Pumpkin Patch Day Glass pumpkins made by glass artists Harry Boyer and Lynn Dinning on display (and for sale) at Boyer Glassworks and Three Pines Studio. Pumpkin glass blowing demonstrations at Boyer Glassworks, Harbor Springs. 231-526-6359 and 231-526-9447.
6 Harbor Springs Brew Festival Beer tastings and food on the Harbor Springs waterfront, 3-8 p.m. 231-526-7999.
12-14 Apple Fest On the waterfront, Charlevoix. 231-547-2101.
15 Open Mic Night Harbor Springs Library, 6:30 p.m. 231-526-6413.
20 Orionid Meteor Shower Headlands Dark Sky Park, 7:30 p.m.
31 Halloween Parade The school children in costume parade the streets of Harbor Springs, 1 p.m. 231-526-7999.
31 Trunk ‘R Treat Village of Bay Harbor stores will be passing out treats and Main Street will be closed to vehicle traffic (but shops will be open to foot traffic) and lined up with trunks filled with goodies for the children, 4 p.m.

November

15 Ladies Night Out Celebrate while the guys are hunting with shopping and dining, Harbor Springs. 231-526-7999.
23 Christmas in Indian River Craft show, story hour, parade, children’s game and activities, tree lighting, Petoskey Steel Drum Band performance. 231-238-9325.
22 Turkey Leg 5K Run/Walk Get ready for a turkey dinner with a run, Harbor Springs, 9 a.m., sponsored by the Outfitter.
22 Kiwanis Turkey Trot 5k and 1-mile Fun Run Veterans Park, Boyne City. 231-582-6222.
23 Charlevoix Parade & Tree Lighting East Park, Charlevoix, 5:30 p.m. 231-547-2101.
23 Christmas Tree Lighting Music, food, and festivities at Three Pines Studio, Cross Village, 5:30 p.m. 231-526-9447.
24 Harbor Springs Christmas Tree Lighting Community caroling and ceremonies, downtown Harbor Springs, 6:30 p.m. 231-526-7999.

December

1 Holiday Open House Downtown Harbor Springs. 231-526-7999.
7 Holiday Open House Downtown Petoskey. 231-622-8501.
17-21 Countdown to Christmas Hot chocolate, music, shopping, Santa and more, Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
31 Charlevoix Bridge Drop New Year’s Eve Fireworks, celebrations and more, downtown Charlevoix.
31 New Year’s Eve at the Arts Center An all age, alcohol free celebration featuring performances and workshops by Crooked Tree Arts Center’s instructors and artists and organizations. Concludes with Midnight at 9 p.m. Times Square style! Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
31 New Year’s Eve Torchlight Parade Nub’s Nob, 6 p.m. 800-SKI-NUBS.
31 New Year’s Eve Torchlight Parade and Fireworks Celebrate the new year on skis, Boyne Highlands, 9 p.m. 800-GO-BOYNE.
31 Torchlight Parade and Fireworks Extravaganza New Year’s Eve celebrations, Boyne Mountain. 800-GO-BOYNE.

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