7th Annual Taste of Benzie –
Taste food samples from local restaurants and caterers. 11:30am – 3pm. Mineral Springs Park, Frankfort. 231-352-7251
Bring your fiddle or other non electric instruments! Callers welcome! Friday night 5-9 Potluck, Jam & Dancing at the Hall. Dry camping at Hall. Public Welcome. – Saturday – Jamboree. 1-5pm., Dinner 5-6:30pm. Square & Round Dancing 6:30-9:30pm. Platte River Association Hall 12990 Honor Hwy., 49640 – East of Honor. Sponsored by: Original Michigan Fiddlers Association. For additional call Howard or Mabel Foust at 231-325-3252 or 231-651-9764 or Oscar Jaquish at 231-275-7381
Weigh in everday @ 1PM at the Mineral Springs Park
231-352 7251 for more info
Nature Photography Tour: Sleeping Bear Dunes 08/23/13 – 9am – 4pm Glen Arbor – The Homestead & Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore
SUMMER DUNES ECO-PHOTO EXCURSION Experience the natural beauty of the world largest freshwater sand dunes that juts 450 feet from Lake Michigan. Take inspiring photos of aqua-blue water, sweeping dunes and spectacular vistas in a single day. Explore area forests to capture dazzling photos of native wildflowers, ponds and birds and more. Enjoy close ups to telephoto opportunities.
Join naturalist photographer, Mark S. Carlson and digital photography expert, Bob Grzesiak to: • Learn fundamental photography skills • Learn your camera’s features and operation • Enjoy expert group instruction while in the field • Experience unique habitats and eco-systems
Open to all photographers regardless of skill, experience or camera equipment. Driving and walking tour; 9am to 4pm. Limit 20. Departing from The Homestead Resort; lodging available. Tuition: $149 per person; $50 deposit req. Non-photographer spouse welcome at reduced rates.
Great Lakes Photo Tours 506 W. Main, DeWitt, MI 48820 Phone: 517-230-1655 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Web Site: http://greatlakesphototours.com
Honor Coho Salmon Festival
This annual festival in Honor began in 1967, celebrating the ‘salmon run’ up the Benzie County rivers. Honor, considered the ‘birthplace’ of salmon in the state of Michigan, is the first salmon were planted, in the Platte River. Parade, Carnival, Car show, Arts & Crafts, Flea Market, Beer tent, Horseshoe tournament, Smoked fish contest & more for the young. 5K-Walk/Run. For more info call 231-651-0914 or email email@example.com
The annual Harvest Stompede is the weekend of September 7 & 8, 2013. Tickets are limited & we will sell out!
This annual weekend features a spectacular race through Leelanau’s vineyards followed by a self guided wine tour of LPVA member wineries featuring world class wines and culinary delights that reflect the season’s bounty. In 2013 we are once again highlighting local foods, and each winery’s food pairing will feature locally sourced items www.lpwines.com/harvest for tickets
Port Oneida Rural and Cultural Fair 08/09/13 – 10:00am – 4:00pm each day Glen Arbor – Charles and Hattie Olsen Farmhouse
Every second Friday and Saturday of August, the Port Oneida Rural Historic District awakens from its peaceful slumber and comes alive with activity true to the period when it was a community of robust settlers.
Visitors take a step back in time at the two-day Port Oneida Fair to experience life as it was in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
Take the trolley, hike, bike or drive (if you must!) to the select historic sites where a variety of traditional rural crafts and activities take place. Over 100 demonstrators will be hard at work.
Children can try their hand at crosscut sawing and other farm implements. Oxen cut hay in the fields while artists create paintings inspired by the cultural landscape. Take in a display of antique bicycles, cameras and phonographs. Learn about basket weaving, soapmaking, buttermaking, candle dipping, spinning, and fur trapping. Satisfy your curiosity and walk through many of the historic farmhouses and barns that will be open for tours.
Preserve Historic Sleeping Bear 3164 W Harbor Hwy Phone: 2313346103 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web Site: http://www.phsb.org/
Downtown area of Frankfort near the Mineral Springs Park
PHSB Chicken BBQ 08/09/13 – 3:00pm – 5:30pm Glen Arbor – Charles and Hattie Olsen Farmhouse
Spend your day at the Port Oneida Fair and then sit down for our 2nd annual old-fashioned chicken dinner at the Charles and Hattie Olsen Farm! Dinner includes 1/2 a chicken, potato salad, corn on the cob, roll, beverage and dessert. Proceeds benefit the Port Oneida Fair so we can “keep it FREE”!
Tickets will go on sale in July online and at the M-22 store/chamber of commerce in Glen Arbor or with a check at the Olsen House (see directions).
BUY YOUR TICKETS BY 9am August 6th to guarantee a dinner.
Dinner: 4:30 – 6:30
Music and Dancing until 8:00 pm
We’ll have great music again to entertain you during dinner for some toe-tapping fun! Take the family through the farm fields on the tractor haywagon rides while you’re here, and try for first place at our cherry pie eating contest! And definitely stay to dance to down-home fiddle music.
About 200 people enjoyed the event last year and we’re expecting an even bigger crowd this year so get your tickets now
Preserve Historic Sleeping Bear 3164 W Harbor Hwy Phone: 2313346103 Email: email@example.com Web Site: http://www.phsb.org