Wine, Art and Song, plus a chance to get active all month long!

Enjoy a midweek break at Beard’s Brewery…or plan a month of stops along the Leelanau Peninsula Wine trail! You can get out and get active this month in Grand Traverse County, and you can also see it’s beauty on canvas at the Crooked Tree Arts Center. Or, if you’re looking for more fine art, head to Harbor Springs this weekend!


Live Music at Beards Brewery

Wednesday, September 9th, 7-9pm

Enjoy a hearty pub dinner and cold brew accompanied by the music of local musicians every Wednesday night. This week, it’s Lite 96.3 favorite Pete Kehoe! For more info, go to


Harvest Days on the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail

All through September

Ticket holders will receive access to Wine Club Member benefits at each of the 26 participating wineries, along the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail.  Each experience should be slightly unique, as each winery has different offerings for their respective clubs.  Your $35 ticket will be good for one visit to each winery throughout the month of September. Get more info, and buy tickets at:


Walk and Roll Grand Traverse

All through September

Walk & Roll Grand Traverse is a community-wide wellness challenge that runs through September 27 and aims to increase physical activity by challenging participants to walk, run, bike, skate, or roll to boost physical and mental health! Register individually or as a group online, then Walk & Roll in your own neighborhood, some of the beautiful parks and trails in Grand Traverse County, or anywhere you please! Learn more at:


Paint Grand Traverse 2020

Through Saturday, September 12th, Crooked Tree Arts Center, Traverse City

Recently, local artists spent a summer weekend painting in Downtown Traverse City and the Old Mission Peninsula…now, the resulting works are on display and for sale at the Crooked Tree Arts Center. The show and sale runs through this Saturday. Get more info at


The Invitational at Harbor Springs

September 12th & 13th,  10am-5pm, Zorn Park

Enjoy unique shopping as dozens of juried artists and crafters have their works on display at Zorn park this Saturday and Sunday. Masks required, and socials distancing guidelines followed. There will be early shopping at 9am both days for seniors and those at-risk. Get more details online at