May 21, 2022 Events in Northern Michigan
May 21 | 1950s Murder Mystery Dinner | gaylord
This 1950s ball is a doo-wop disaster! When a death on the dance floor turns prom night into a party, it’s up to you to find the culprit. Held at the Otsego Resort, break out your puff sleeves and tuxedos for this thrilling evening. Tickets include dinner, a show and cash bar will be available. Learn more and get tickets for this event here.
May 21 | Crafts and Vendors Fair | The Village to the Commons, Traverse City
Stop for a day of shopping on the historic lawn of The Village at Grand Traverse Commons. Be sure to visit Haven for the best spring fashion!
May 21 | Art Night: Fundraising for the Roaring 20s | Maple City
Put on your favorite 1920s outfit and rock the night away! The Leelanau Montessori Forever Foundation will host its annual fundraiser this Saturday at Nature, a beautiful Northern Michigan event center located in Maple City. Spend an evening in Leelanau County with appetizers, dessert, live and silent auction, beer and wine, and dancing, 6-11 p.m. Get your tickets from the MyNorth Tickets website.
Can’t come in person? Buy a $25 ticket to access the auction. Local pickup and shipping will be available for those who are out of town or live out of town.
May 21 | Guided Wildflower Hike | Empire
Get the most out of your spring visit to Northern Michigan with a Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore adventure led by a professional guide. During this leisurely hike along a trail teeming with early wildflowers, participants will explore early bloomers, wildlife, and more. This series of hikes from Sleeping Bear Dunes Tours will also include another hike to end the month on May 28. Get tickets for this event on the MyNorth Tickets website.