No matter how much we wish it were so, summer won’t last forever. As August marches on, parents face the reality that the kids will be headed back to school before we know it. For many parents, that means it’s time to start thinking about what fun and nutritious lunches to send their children with.
There’s nothing like taking a big breath of crisp, clean air at sunrise in Northern Michigan. Preferably, of course, out in the woods with a hot cup of coffee.
Beginning on Saturday, July 2, the National Cherry Festival kicks off in Traverse City, filling eight days of summer fun in Traverse City. While many locals think they have a good grasp of the festival’s roots, you may be surprised at some of the interesting history of this incredibly popular Michigan tradition.