Join us for a wonderful afternoon of Wine on the Water on Saturday, July 20, 2019, from 1-7pm at Suttons Bay Marina Park.
The Leelanau Peninsula Wine on the Water Festival features tastes from local Leelanau wineries, cideries and breweries as well as delicious food from local restaurants. Enjoy drinks, food and all-day musical entertainment. Experience unforgettable wine, food and music beside the cool breeze from Grand Traverse Bay!
Tickets are $20 in advance or $30 at the gate. Each ticket includes a commemorative wine glass. Tasting tickets and food are available for purchase during the event.
Modales Wines opened a temporary tasting room outside Fennville in western Michigan this past summer inside of a remodeled cinder block building that sits on their 74-acre estate, void of vineyards. Already, thousands of tourists have stopped by to sample familiar red and white varietals, including....
Join us for the 11th Annual Friends of Fishtown 5K Sat, July 20, 2019 • 9:00am
Our beautiful course winds through Leland’s neighborhoods and along the Leland River, starting and finishing in the heart of Fishtown. Gradual climbs and descents make this an event for the serious runner or the whole family! Proceeds help us preserve and maintain the historical integrity of Fishtown, and ensure that it remains publicly accessible.
Corral Starting Line – Fastest runners at front
RFID Chip Timing* – Timed by Endurance Evolution of Traverse City
$35 per participant – July 1-20:* Thursday and Friday, July 18-19 (in-person only) –10:00am-4:00pm at the FPS office (203 E Cedar, Leland) – and 10:00am-6:00pm at the Welcome Center in Fishtown – Saturday, July 20 before 8:30am on race morning in Fishtown * You MUST be registered prior to 8:30am on race day to be chip timed. ** Registrations through Sunday, June 30 will receive preferred t-shirt size.
Fishtown 5K athletic tee**
Reusable water bottle
Chance to win incredible race medals unique to Fishtown!
Entry in “Run Like a Fish” Costume Contest for medals and prizes
The 2019 Traverse City Film Festival will be held July 30 – August 4, 2019.
The Traverse City Film Festival was founded by Oscar winning filmmaker Michael Moore as a charitable, educational, nonprofit organization committed to showing “Just Great Movies” and helping to save one of America’s few indigenous art forms — the cinema.
The festival brings films and filmmakers from around the world to northern Michigan for the annual film festival in late July to early August, and also owns and operates a year-round, community-based, mission-driven art house movie theater, the State Theatre.
Congrats to our two biggest award winners at the 2019 festival who both just received Academy Awards nominations for Best Documentary Film. It was such a pleasure having them here in Traverse City! ... See MoreSee Less
Incredible news for our 2019 Grand Prize winner For Sama. It just received FOUR BAFTA NOMINATIONS: Best Documentary, Outstanding British Film, Film Not in English Language and Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer! ... See MoreSee Less
Traverse City Film Festival – Photos From Instagram
Here are the latest photos of the Traverse City Film Festival via instagram. If you have an instagram photo to share of your visit to the Traverse City Film Festival, choose “Traverse City Film Festival” as your location and your photos will appear in the photo stream below.
June 30 – July 7, 2018 in beautiful Traverse City, Michigan!
The Grand Traverse region, known for its world-record tart cherry harvest, bursts with visitors eager to savor the flavor of cherries tucked into everything imaginable. Each day Festival goers find cherry delights along with parades, family and kids events and entertainment. In all, there are more than 150 events along the shores of Lake Michigan’s Grand Traverse Bay.
The Festival has been named in USA Todays top ten festivals for several years running.
This truly is the *cherry* on top of an already amazing festival! *Candice
Oh my goodness!! This would totally be worth it! One of my favorite 80's bands 🤩😍🤩
Question- are they still good???? I watched the Steve Miller Band years ago at the fairgrounds- wasn't good.... trainwreck 🥴😂😂😂😂
Oh my goodness!!! They were my very first contest about 30 years ago!! Too fun!
How much are they?
I've seen them twice, once with Lindsey, they opened for Ted Nugent and both were amoung the best concerts I've been to. That said, Yeah Buddy let's do it, always jazzed to see and hear music from
Whence I come.
It's a locked down date!!
Please book Yacht Rock Revue for the NCF they are amazing!!!
Cool. Glad they're coming back
I'm so old, I remember when there was free music in the Open Space and everyone wasn't so quick to monetize everything. Why not fence off downtown and charge admission?
Still pretty good but will never be the same without Gary Richrath! RIP Gary!
One of the last 2 bands on my bucket list woo hoo. Gotta get tickets. Seeing kiss in sept. Saw foreigner and styx last summer. After REO. Night ranger is the last.
I’m so excited!!
Valerie - coming to TC this summer. 🙂
They were just here a couple years ago and they can still Rock Out!🤗
Perfect!! I love reo speedwagon!!
They were great the last time but why have them again so soon?
Music for us old people!!!
Ryan, Chelsea, Madison, all in favor for a creative lunch and learn? 😂😱
Get the auto tune ready.
Seen them multiple times. They put on a good show.
We have seen them no big deal lololo
I heard that from a friend.
Presented by AARP
Jerry DeRousse looks like I know what I'm getting you for your birthday.
Janet Eisner!! 4 tickets.. or 5 if Kris wants to go 😉
We had a wonderful day at the Northwest Michigan Orchard and Vineyard Show today! We were able to learn and share knowledge about our favorite fruit. Thank you to all involved with a special thanks to the Cherry Marketing Institute and the MSU Horticulture Research Institute. 🍒❤️ #cherryfestival#cherry#superfruit#choosecherries @ Grand Traverse Resort and Spa ... See MoreSee Less