Michigan's Upper Peninsula Calendar of Events

Winter, spring summer or fall - you are sure to find something to do in Michigan's Upper Peninsula! Have an event that is not listed on our calendar? You can Add Your Event to our calendar.

This calendar of events has been compiled from information provided to the Upper Peninsula Travel & Recreation Association from local Chambers of Commerce, Tourist Associations and tourist related facilities. Please check local areas for detailed and updated information on dates and locations.

 

Oct 2 - 4, 2014

Stal-Fest Fall Festival

Festivals
Location: Stalwart
Oct 4, 2014

Fayette Historic State Park - Fall Fest

Festivals
Location: Fayette Historic Townsite, Garden
Activities include hay rides, Halloween style fun, campsite decorating and kid's activities - that adults will enjoy, too!! All campers and day visitors are welcome to join in on the fun. This year's theme is: Still to be determined!
Phone: 906-644-2603
Oct 11, 2014

UPtoberfest

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02:00 PM To 07:00 PM
Location: Escanaba
UPtoberfest is the U.P.'s first and only wine and beer festival, held on the beautiful lakefront in downtown Escanaba, MI. 2014 marks the ninth year of the festival, and we hope the most successful as well! This is the sixth year that the festival is being organized by Escanaba's homebrew club, the Bay de Noc Brewers. 100% of the proceeds benefit The United Way of Delta County
Contact Information: Ben Harris
Phone: 906-399-9336
Oct 18, 2014

The Marquette Regional History Center presents: International Archaeology Day Family Fair

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12:00 PM To 03:00 PM
Location: The Marquette Regional History Center, Marquette
Spend a fun afternoon learning all about archaeology. This Family Fair will introduce youth and adults to archaeology through hands-on activities, storytelling, games and displays. Local experts will be here to share their work (artifacts!) and expertise. Come discover archaeology throughout the whole museum on this day, through our galleries and many interactive fair booths. Some activities include: Displays of artifacts both old and “new” and the stories behind them, learn about local sites and identifying, play hands-on games and challenge puzzles, explore myths and legends that have some basis in research, make your own pictograph and a clay pot, win prizes, enjoy the museum galleries. Fair included with the cost of admission. Please visit www.marquettehistory.org or call 906-226-3571 for more info.
Contact Information: Betsy Rutz
Phone: 906-226-3571
Jul 1 - 4, 2016

Amasa 125th Celebration

Festivals
Location: Amasa