What’s Happening in Northern Michigan: Vine to Wine, New Years at Boyne, Winter Warm Up

Christmas has come and gone but there are plenty of events coming up to ring in the New Year.

Adrienne Brown-Reasner from the West Michigan Tourist Association has details on What’s Happening in Northern Michigan.

Vine to Wine Snowshoe Tour

This winter, Grand Traverse Bike Tours of Suttons Bay is partnering with local wineries to offer a “Vine to Wine” Snowshoe Tour.

It’s a guided snowshoe hike between the wineries, with hiking along a private trail through scenic vineyards and orchards.

Vine to wine snowshoe tours will take place on Saturdays between December 28 and February 29.

Tickets for the day long guided tours are $59 per person and includes a professionally guided tour, snowshoe rental, and a catered lunch along with a wine purchase pick up service.

This event is for adults ages 21 and older and will require ID verification at each winery.

Tour attendees should wear comfortable winter boots, warm layers, gloves, and expect to be outdoors in winter conditions for a combined total of about two hours on the three mile loop trail.

New Years at Boyne Mountain

Ring in the New Year Boyne Mountain Style with a firework display, parties for the whole family, and much more.

Celebration options include a dinner party in Stein Eriksen’s, a family buffet in the Civic Center, a children’s party, and a family dance party.

Top off the night with a torch parade and view the fireworks from the base of Victor slope.

With so much to do before the year ends you simply can’t go wrong at Boyne Mountain!

Old Mission Peninsula Winter Warm Up 

Mark your calendar and get ready to beat the winter blues with the wineries of Old Mission Peninsula in Traverse City at the Winter Warm Up on January 18.

Savor delicious comfort food creations, paired with wine at ten wineries along the Old Mission Peninsula wine trail.

A variety of Old Mission Peninsula based restaurants and businesses are getting in on the fun, too, with dining and retail specials for event guests.

Advance tickets, including a souvenir glass, are on sale now through Eventbrite for $30 or $35 the day of.

Designated driver tickets are also available for purchase, which include food and non-alcoholic beverages.

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