Since the early 1880’s the first Monday of September has been recognized as a time to salute America’s workers with picnics and parades on "a day off for the working man." With school starting after the Monday, September 5 holiday, the long Labor Day Weekend is an ideal time to squeeze in some last-minute summertime fun.
Traverse City is already famous as a great place for winter fun.
The countdown to fall color is on as Michigan’s 19.3 million acres of forests prepare to reveal their annual extravaganza. And, like the best things in life, the dazzling display is offered free of charge.
Try something wonderfully different for this year’s holiday shopping—indulge yourself in the charming shops, friendly service and the soothing ambience of a beautiful Traverse City shopping retreat.
Depending on Mother Nature's mood (and, if need be, the assist of snowmaking equipment), this Pure Michigan ski season will linger into spring.
From coast to coast a wave of patriotic festivities will greet travelers for a Pure Michigan Fourth of July holiday.
April in Pure Michigan marks the start of spring festivals and outdoor events.
The holiday season is quickly approaching and with it comes an abundance of holiday events and activities all across the state for the entire family to enjoy
Wherever you go in Traverse City, you’ll find charming shops, friendly service, and handcrafted, one-of-a-kind items that will make you a gift-giving legend!
Ann Arbor is a hot destination this fall as thousands flock to Tree Town to cheer on the University of Michigan Wolverines. But what else is there to do between kick off and the final score? Plenty!
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