What’s Happening in Northern Michigan: Car Show, Pottery & Wine, Breakfast Sail
The weather’s getting warmer and we’re well into the month of June, which means it’s time to get out and enjoy those summer activities!
Courtney Sheffer from the West Michigan Tourist Association has more on some of the events taking place.
Head to St. Ignace from June 27-30 to experience St. Ignace Car Show Weekend.
With a new four-day format this year, you can enjoy antique cars on the bay and a drive-in movie on Thursday, a parade on Friday, and the big show and bridge crossing on Saturday.
There, you’ll find live music, a kids zone, and over 800 vehicles for your viewing pleasure.
This annual event is one of the largest all-make, all-model car shows in the country, with hundreds of antique, custom, and celebrity automobiles on display.
Embrace your artistic side with the Pottery and Wine event at Castle Farms in Charlevoix on Wednesday, June 26.
The event takes place in the 1918 Cellars Wine Tasting Room, where you’ll choose between three different pottery pieces to paint, with all supplies and instructions included.
A glass of 1918 Cellars wine is also included with your ticket, to help inspire your artistic senses!
Join the Inland Seas Education Association in Suttons Bay for a special breakfast sail aboard their 77-foot schooner!
Taking place Saturday, June 22, you’ll enjoy a two-and-a-half hour sail from Suttons Bay to Traverse City while breakfast is prepared for you right on board the ship!
You’ll have the option to help hoist the sails and steer the ship, or just sit back and enjoy your breakfast of pancakes, sausage, fruit, and more.