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ArtPrize Makes Your Opinion Count

ArtPrize is a radically open international art competition that lets you add your voice to a fascinating conversation about the nature of art and why it matters.


Birding in Traverse City

Every spring, Traverse City witnesses the return of its snowbirds the hundreds of part-time residents who spend their winters farther south. But they're not the only birds who start arriving with the spring thaws.


Cabin Fever Remedies

Now that spring is just around the corner, we have a line-up of fun, educational and even taste-teasing ways to get out and about to see, explore, savor or just have fun. So, forget clipping coupons, signing up for daily specials and waiting for the right season. Check out these suggestions and almost all are free to take advantage of right now!


Come to Traverse City for Fall Color - and More

For generations, leaf-peepers have been coming to Traverse City for its annual autumn display. They know that its rolling ridges, lush forests and brilliantly blue lakes are the perfect backdrop for fall color.


Experience the Waterfront of Tall Ships Port of the Year, Bay City

This spring, a small, waterfront town on Lake Hurons Saginaw Bay made big waves in the world of sailing as it once again climbed the mast to the top of the Tall Ship world.


Explore, Hear and FeelMichigan Arts

Embrace a richer appreciation for the world around you. Spring is the perfect time to experience unmatched bursts of color, uncommon creativity, unexpected passion and unusual presentation when you visit Michigan's fine art galleries, cultural institutions and performing arts venues located in every corner across the state.


For the Love of the Arts

Mackinac Arts Council has enhanced Michigan’s picturesque Mackinac Island with world-class programs encompassing music, film, workshops and more.


Gear up for the 19th Annual Deer Widows Weekend at the Midwest’s Largest Outlet Mall

Here in Pure Michigan, deer hunting is serious business. But, believe it or not, there are some who take opening day just as seriously as the hunters themselves. The brave. The many. The Deer Widows.


Get a Taste of Ann Arbor

The Ann Arbor area is a veritable Foodie Paradise, offering a wealth of options for absolutely every taste.


Get in the Swing

Tee off this summer at one of our many golf courses and plan to make your outing a memorable event with an affordable package to include lodging, spa services, meals, cart rental and a number of great summer recreational activities from your favorite golf destination. Go ahead, hit the green get your swing on.


Grand Rapids – #1 in Summer Fun

Lonely Planet named Grand Rapids and Lake Michigan’s Gold Coast the #1 U.S. travel destination for 2014 – and summer is a perfect time to explore the reasons why.


Great Lakes

Michigans very name is rooted in the Ojibwa (Chippewa) Indian word for large lake, and its handprint on the earth, the mitten-like Lower Peninsula and jagged-edged Upper Peninsula, is shaped by four of the five Great Lakes: Erie, Huron, Michigan and Superior. Sailors called them the Sweetwater Seas.


Harness the Horsepower

Saddle up and see the Michigan countryside on a short trail ride, day trip or overnight adventure. Whether you’re an old hand or a greenhorn, the horse handlers will do their best to match a mount to your level of experience on guided trails, open pasture lands and indoor arenas. So, go ahead and harness the horsepower, partner!


Hiking

No matter where you decide to vacation in Michigan there is a hiking, biking or water trail ready and waiting.


Insider Tips for Wolverine Game Days

While some are heading back to school — in Ann Arbor, we’re preparing for our favorite team to return to the gridiron! Whether you’re coming to town to cheer on the Wolverines or representing the opposition, game day in Ann Arbor is a major event. Check out our list of insider tips to get the most out of football in Wolverine country.


It's Cider Time

Gala, Honeycrisp, Red Delicious, Paula Red, Winesap—a beautiful crimson palette sweeps over Michigan farm markets, produce stands and cider mills as summer makes its exit. As autumn paints Michigan in vibrant hues of russet and gold, you’ll agree it’s time to head out to any of the more than100 cider mills that welcome visitors in September and October.


Learn Your Game or Bring Your Game to Mackinac Island

Bring the entire family to Mackinac Island—Michigan’s premier summer resort destination--to either enjoy the Island’s outdoor activities or to learn, play and master sports like golf, tennis and horseback riding. From beginner to novice, you can improve your skills level of these outdoor activities while enjoying this one-of-a-kind, world-class vacation venue.


Mackinac Island 2014 Summer Preview

Enchanted weddings, Victorian hospitality, mouth-watering fudge, lilac blossoms, military and maritime history, romantic horse-drawn carriage tours the lure of Mackinac Island is absolutely mesmerizing. Known as one of the worlds best island destinations, Mackinac Island is one of the most unique tourist locations you'll ever experience.


Mackinac Island’s Women’s Wellness and a Wee Bit ‘O Wine Weekend

Mackinac Island’s Women’s Wellness and a Wee Bit ‘O Wine Weekend -- October 17-19, 2014 -- a special retreat centered on living a healthy lifestyle in a hectic world.


Michigan's Freshwater Seas

Take advantage of sunny skies and warm days to explore our Great Lakes and experience the many activities, sites and pleasures that our lakes and beaches make possible. From lighthouse tours to sand dunes, from shipwrecks to scuba diving and from deep-sea fishing to yacht racesour Great Lakes beckon you to our shores.


Mustang is 50

On April 17, 1964, something monumental happened in America. It was the day the Ford Mustang officially went on sale and immediately it seemed an American icon was born.


Savor Summer During Restaurant Week Grand Rapids

Here’s a perfectly delicious idea for summer: treat yourself to amazing meals made with fresh, local ingredients – for a price that can’t be beat!


Scuba Diving and Underwater Exploration

Break out your diving gear and explore sunken ships, take a virtual tour of shipwrecks via live video feeds, or enroll in a class to learn basic scuba diving skills.


Splash and Slide at an Indoor Water Playground

Got cabin fever? Is your family looking for a wet and wild adventure for Spring Break? With a number of exciting indoor water parks right here in our state, there's no need to travel far for some great family fun. Michigans aquatic include an 88,000-square-foot water playground, four-story water park, water basketball, lazy rivers and geysers, giant water slides, hot tubs and so much more.


Spring Birding Tours at Michigan's Wetland Wonders

Celebrate spring and explore Michigans Wetland Wonders with a birding tour at one of the Department of Natural Resources' seven managed waterfowl areas in April and May. Nothing says spring like the conk-a-ree call of a red-winged blackbird or the raucous sounds of a sandhill crane.


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