What’s Happening in Northern Michigan: Space Day, Wine on the Water, Fish Feast
Summer is in full swing, and there’s plenty of ways you can get the most out of the season of sun!
Courtney Sheffer from the West Michigan Tourist Association shares details on a few fun events coming up in this week’s What’s Happening in Northern Michigan.
Celebrate Space Day: To the Moon and Beyond at Raven Hill Discovery Center in East Jordan on Saturday, July 20.
This event celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Apollo landing on the moon, and you’ll be treated to a variety of hands-on, minds-on activity stations to learn more about space.
See if you can package a delicate egg to survive a 1,000 foot drop, and work together to help a rocket travel from the earth to the moon.
Wine on the Water Festival
Enjoy offerings from area wineries, cideries, breweries, and restaurants at the Leelanau Peninsula Wine on the Water Festival on Saturday, July 20.
Taking place in Suttons Bay Marina Park, you’ll find unforgettable wines, local food, and live music at the festival, all while enjoying a cool breeze off of Grand Traverse Bay.
Your ticket includes a souvenir wine glass and three tasting tickets, and you can save $10 by purchasing your ticket in advance.
Head to St. Ignace on July 20 for the 13th Annual Fish Feast!
Taking place at the public marina and celebrating the area’s rich fishing history and culture, you’ll find a whole day of fishy fun.
Start off with the Blessing of the Fisherman’s Memorial, followed by kids games like a fishing pond, live music, and locally-caught fish prepared by the area’s best restaurants.
Wrap up your evening with fireworks, and you’ve got the recipe for a perfect summer day!