In this town on the Mackinac Straits, there's a snow-sculpting competition, sleigh rides, a poker run and outhouse races.
This free pageant at Colonial Michilimackinac features a cast of more than 400, re-enacting events that took place between the French, British and Indian tribes on June 2, 1763.
There are also 18th-century fashion shows, voyageur contests, kids' games, a Saturday parade and fireworks.
This city on the Mackinac Straits marks the launch of the pirate ship Good Fortune with music, pirate trivia, costume and "talk like a pirate'' contests and an evening cruise under the Mackinac Bridge (tickets are 2-for-1 if you're dressed like a pirate).
Once a year, on Labor Day, people can walk across the five-mile span, the third-longest suspension bridge in the world.
Canceled in 2020.