What’s Happening in Northern Michigan: Ladies of the Lights, Anni Party 15, Petoskey Uncorked
Spring has sprung in Northern Michigan, and there’s plenty of ways to soak it all in.
Courtney Sheffer from the West Michigan Tourist Association has more on What’s Happening in Northern Michigan.
Brush up on your local lighthouse history with the upcoming “Ladies of the Lights” presentation on April 28.
Dianna Stampfler of Promote Michigan will showcase the 40-some women who have been identified as lighthouse keepers over the years, who took on this romantic, yet dangerous and physically demanding job.
Dianna will also have copies of her new book, “Michigan’s Haunted Lighthouses” available for purchase at this event, which takes place at the Alden District Library.
Short’s Brewing Company in Bellaire is celebrating its 15th anniversary party on April 27, and will be transforming the streets of Bellaire into an entire block of local love and awesomeness with Short’s brews, Starcut Ciders, live music, and scrumptious local foods.
To share the love, they will once again be donating revenue from the Anni Party 15 celebration to the village of Bellaire to assist with improvements and beautification within the village.
The newly-rebranded Petoskey Wine Region invites you to join them for Petoskey Uncorked on Thursday, May 9 to celebrate.
All 12 wineries will be present to uncork the new name, new mobile app, and, of course, amazing wines.
The Petoskey area’s grapes are rich and robust, and produce deep, inviting flavors that have won national and international awards.
Admission is $15 in advance, and includes an evening of wine tastings, hors d’oeuvres, and live music.