We’re already ending the month of July, but that means another weekend full of summer tradition in Northern Michigan.
First, Rendezvous in the Sault.
It’s is a living history event that will take place along historic Water Street, at the City Hall grounds, and at historic homes in Sault Ste. Marie this Saturday and Sunday.
More than 100 visiting historical re-enactors, musicians, entertainers and merchants will set up camps and displays with presentations and demonstrations on military and civilian life in the period of 1668-1840.
9&10 News will be there this weekend, too!
The 18th Annual Fine Art and Fine Crafts Festival is happening Friday and Saturday at The Village at Bay Harbor.
This show encourages all levels of artists and crafters to apply for a booth.
This year, kids are encouraged to make artwork in the “Make & Take Tent” at no cost.
You can get your “art passport” filled out for a chance to win prizes, and enjoy the live music on Saturday, as well as a magician to entertain the kids.
The 16th Annual Blueberry Festival is set for Friday in downtown Marquette.
It includes sidewalk sales, food vendors, pony rides, inflatable arcade games and activities for children and families.
From blueberry pizza to blueberry beer, many downtown shops offer will offer “blue” specials.
Local farmers will be on-hand throughout the day selling fresh produce, and live musicians will be performing throughout the day.