Events

There's always something to celebrate here! Whether you're into out-there extravaganzas like Bringin' Back the 80's or the Linwood Pickle Festival, or some of Michigan's oldest and most traditional festivals like Frankenmuth Bavarian Festival and Chesaning Showboat Music Festival, one thing's for sure-Michigan's Great Lakes Bay Region knows how to keep the good times rolling.

Know when you're visiting? Just select your dates from the drop-down calendars below to see what's happening while you're here!  Or, if you're already here, scope out this week's events!

 

 

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08/29/2014

Events

The Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum will host the 2014 Regional Biennial Juried Sculpture Exhibition from June 7 to September 13, 2014. …more

In 1933 Alden B Dow began designing his Home and Studio, a powerful and exciting statement of his architecture and one of the most important structu... …more

Learn how to shoot archery and then compete in a fun competition! All equipment is provided. …more

Join us on this family friendly sail, aboard the Appledore IV, for a fun and relaxing evening of cruising along the Saginaw River and setting sail i... …more

View birds up close from the Bird Observation Room and get tips on where to watch for wildlife in the park. …more

Here at the Market we strive to bring you the best fresh produce, locally grown, from Michigan and around the world!  Whether you need fresh fr... …more

The Frankenmuth Farmers Market's downtown Saturday Market is a festival of food, fun, farming and festivity. Fresh produce, local artisanal crafts, l... …more

The Great Lakes Loons (Dodgers) and the Lake County Captains (Indians) take to the field at 7:05 pm each evening, admission.  Thursday enjoy $1... …more

This exhibition by Scot Thompson, Michigan LEGO® Users Group president and LEGO® enthusiast, is a display of architectual structures of t... …more

Art quilts submitted by artists across the state of Michigan will be on view at the Museum.  The quilts will be juried by Janna Getzin who has be... …more

Take a self-guided tour of our trails and discover a different theme each week! Pick up a guide at the Visitor Center. …more

Learn about "Leave No Trace" ethics through various hands-on activities. Topics include biking, hiking, camping, and fishing! …more

This exhibition features a series of bold and vibrant non-traditional watercolor paintings and is on display as part of Art @ the Andersen. …more

Bring the family out for stock car racing, on a 3/8 mile clay oval track, providing on the edge of your seat action for fans of all ages.  Food... …more

Add a special element to your visit this summer by exploring Sensational Summer Days! This indoor program includes a variety of self-guided, hands-on ... …more

08/30/2014

The Marshall M. Fredericks Sculpture Museum will host the 2014 Regional Biennial Juried Sculpture Exhibition from June 7 to September 13, 2014. …more

In 1933 Alden B Dow began designing his Home and Studio, a powerful and exciting statement of his architecture and one of the most important structu... …more

Animalopolis will take you on a voyage into the magical world of animals. A bit fanciful, a bit "Seussian" perhaps, a place of good natured ... …more

Learn how to shoot archery and participate in a fun competition. All equipment is provided. …more

Join us for an unforgettable evening of sailing on the Saginaw Bay. Enjoy the sails, the sunset, and a delicious dinner catered by one of our local ... …more

Wednesdays and Saturdays from 7 a.m. until 12 noon, May thru October. The Farmers Market, located at the end of Ashman Street near the Tridge, offer... …more

Here at the Market we strive to bring you the best fresh produce, locally grown, from Michigan and around the world!  Whether you need fresh fr... …more

 
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