Last weekend, two northern Michigan breweries brought back medals from the premier craft brewing event in the country, the Great American Beer Festival.
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The Grand Traverse Edible Trails Project invites you to join them this Sunday at 3 PM for the Public Perennial Polyculture Parade with Seth Bernard!
This Saturday (October 4) the village of Empire goes straight to the heart of craft brewing with the first annual Empire Hops Festival featuring 7 Michigan breweries.
National Geographic has a great article on America’s aging farmers that features several Leelanau County farmers!
The Master Gardener Association of Northwest Michigan is hosting a fun and educational event celebrating the latest trend in backyard gardening…chickens on Sunday, October 19th!
On Saturday, September 27th a brand new event debuts in Traverse City, the River’s End Block Party featuring great music, excellent food, fantastic beer & wine and lots of fun!
Sorry folks – this has been cancelled!
From 5-9 TONIGHT, Downtown Traverse City will be hosting their Fall Art Walk. The commemorative glass is only $5 and will get you a free pour from local wineries in the 25 participating retail locations!
Next Thursday, September 18th The Little Fleet hosts the first of their offseason dinners: The Clean Plate Club Vegan Dinner with Epicure Catering.
On Wednesday, September 17th Black Star Farms will celebrate the 2014 Michigan Schooner Festival with a Great Lakes Fish Boil at their Suttons Bay location.
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- 2017 Shorts Brewing Anniversary Party
- 2016 Traverse City Beer Week – November 11-17
- Farmers Market Brunches during Cherry Festival
- Selden Standard chef Andy Hollyday and The Cooks’ House Guest Chef Series
- 2016 Short’s Anniversary Party
- Short’s Space Rock now gluten free
- Morel Dinner (and Hunt!) at Black Star Farms
- Morel Love
- Wild Food Wednesday: Morels
- Wild Food Wednesday: Ramps or Wild Leeks