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May 2019

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Friday, May 3rd, 10am-1pm

Artisans and Farmers Markets
Seasonal produce, baked goods, textiles, pottery, music and more. Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
www.crookedtree.org

Sunday, May 5th, 1pm

Mother's Day Gift Class
Make 3x5" wood blocks with favorite photos attached. Gather, Harbor Springs.
Gift Class

Friday, May 10th, 10am-1pm

Artisans and Farmers Markets
Seasonal produce, baked goods, textiles, pottery, music and more. Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
www.crookedtree.org

Saturday, May 11th, 12pm

Live in HD presents Dialogues des Carmélites
Metropolitan Opera live performance, Harbor Springs Lyric Theatre.
www.lyricharborsprings.org

Thursday, May 16th - Sunday, May 19th

Morel Mushroom Festival
Boyne City hosts the National Morel Mushroom Festival and the Boyne Valley Lion's National Morel Mushroom Hunt each year with mushroom hunting, special restaurant offerings, celebrations, and more.
Morel Festival

Friday, May 17th, 10am-1pm

Artisans and Farmers Market
Seasonal produce, baked goods, textiles, pottery, music and more. Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
www.crookedtree.org

Saturday, May 18th - Sunday, May 19th

Zoo-De-Mack
Ride your bicycle 51 miles from Boyne Highlands to Mackinaw City through the Tunnel of Trees and Cross Village. A weekend of fun and with an overnight on Mackinac Island.
Zoo-de-Mack

Friday, May 24th, 10am-1pm

Artisans and Farmers Market
Seasonal produce, baked goods, textiles, pottery, music and more. Crooked Tree Arts Center, Petoskey. 231-347-4337.
www.crookedtree.org

Saturday, May 25th - Monday, May 27th

Memorial Weekend Pageant
Over 400 cast members will re-create events that took place between the French, British, and Indian tribes, on June 2, 1763. The Fort Michilimackinac Pageant is the longest running, free historical Memorial Day performance in the Nation. Visitors will meet famous Indian Chiefs: Minavavans and Matchekewis of the Ojibwa tribe and will Wawatam who becomes a blood brother to Alexander Henry and later saves his life. Lots of activities throughout the weekend. Live the history in Mackinaw! 231-439-4100.
Reenactment