This exhibition celebrates one of the Detroit Institute of Art’s most iconic paintings, Pieter Bruegel’s “The Wedding Dance” (1566) on the occasion of the 450th anniversary of the artist’s death.
This exhibition features over 100 design objects drawn from GRAM’s permanent collection together with select loans. On view are furniture, glassware, ceramics and industrial design objects.
Makings its Midwest debut at Henry Ford Museum, this exhibit features more than 300 artifacts, from comics to film, including some of Marvel’s most sought-after pages, costumes and props.
Visit this native plant sale 9 a.m.-noon at Rotary Park. AFFEW raises environmental awareness and action through volunteer efforts in Mason County. A Beach Sweep is planned June 17 at Stearns Park and invasive plant removal on June 30 at Ludington Central Park Bark Park.
This is one of Michigan’s best freshwater fishing tournaments, plus other festivities including live bands, beer tent, family fun day, or watching the fish weigh-in.
A celebration of inventor Ephraim Shay, enjoy tours of the Hexagon House, live model steam trains, kids crafts and games and more marking the 179th anniversary of the inventor’s birthday.
Every Saturday, a local chef provides cooking demonstrations using market produce. Pick up produce, herbs, baked goods, meats, cheeses and more.
Artists from all over the U.S. descend on Petoskey to show off their wares at this popular event in Pennsylvania Park.
Learn the intricacies of these carefree but hardy perennials that add beauty to any garden. The graceful summer-flowering daylily blooms in a variety of colors, plus unique displays of hostas at Frederik Meijer Gardens.
This outdoor festival closes Washington Avenue in REO Town so you can sip, sample and walk around, enjoying 100 craft beers plus ciders, spirits, food trucks, live music, vendors and more.