St. Ignace Heritage Week
The history of St. Ignace is featured in a week long celebration. Fort de Baude Indian Museum and the Museum of Ojibwa Culture will be offering presentations, community walking tours, historical fashion shows, genealogy activities, Native American singing, and more.
Thursday, August 23rd is the day of the All-Family Reunion feast at the St. Ignace City Marina. Enjoy food, drinks, and entertainment among the stories of our heritage.
Heritage week caps off Friday evening with the Heritage Week parade.
St. Ignace Visitors Bureau
Luce West Mackinac County Fair
Exhibits, live music, pageants, vendors, contests, crafts, raffles, antiques, inflatables, mud drags, grandstand events, pet shows, livestock exhbits, and the ever popular much more. Expect to see vendors from all over the area. For more, please visit the fair website.
Amateur Photo Tours at Seney(Thu. )
Look for spectacular shots to call your own within the Refuge. Pre-register by noon on the day before you attend by calling (906) 586-9851 ext. 15 or stop by The Visitor Center.
Pickford Farmers' Market
Vegetables, plants, fruits, homemade jams and jellies, jewelry, reusable cloth bags, maple syrup, handcrafted soaps, natural perfumes and salves, baked pastries and sweets, hearty breads, fresh eggs and more! An ever-changing variety of items. The Pickford Farmers' Market is Thursday evenings from June through October, 4-7 pm. Come to friendly downtown Pickford for local food, original art, live music and the nicest folks around!